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A pro-Morsi supporter stands with other demonstrators in Cairo's Abbassiya neighborhood on Friday. Mohammed Abdel Moneim/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Despite Bloodshed, Many Egyptians Support Military

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If the 325 lines from Thomas Kyd's play The Spanish Tragedy become accepted as William Shakespeare's work, it will be the first time new work has been added to Shakespeare's canon since Edward III was acknowledged as his in the 1990s. Library of Congress hide caption

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Might Bad Handwriting Lead To 'Lend Me Your Beers'?

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Lita and her son, Myke, now live in Houston together. She still works as a nanny and Myke is an interior designer. Lita's two daughters have also immigrated to the United States. Ashley Westerman/For NPR hide caption

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To Care For U.S. Kids, Filipinas Leave Their Own Behind

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Riad Abdel-Gawad creates new Sufi music by translating sacred chants to the violin. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Sufi Mystics Get A Modern Soundtrack

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Rebels hold the central Syrian region of Al Houleh, but the area is surrounded by government troops. Supplies have to be smuggled in, like these fruits and vegetables that are being transported across Houleh Lake. Rasha Elass hide caption

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A Syrian Village Surrounded By Civil War

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Marchers kick off a 21-day march calling for immigration reform in Sacramento, Calif. on Monday. The 285-mile walk through California's Central Valley ended in Bakersfield at the district office of House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Immigration Reform Activists March To Calif. Farm Country

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