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The lingerie factory was opened in the West Bank in the 1980s in an attempt to develop the Palestinian economy. The factory was shut in 1990 amid bouts of West Bank violence and troubles with Israeli military regulations. Racks of robes and camisoles still hang in the production room. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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Parallels

An Israeli-Palestinian Battle With Roots In Lingerie

A brief — and camisole — history behind the conflict over labeling products that are made in the West Bank.

The lingerie factory was opened in the West Bank in the 1980s in an attempt to develop the Palestinian economy. The factory was shut in 1990 amid bouts of West Bank violence and troubles with Israeli military regulations. Racks of robes and camisoles still hang in the production room. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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An Israeli-Palestinian Battle With Roots In Lingerie

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The Pacific beetle cockroach, which is native to Hawaii, gives birth to live young. Yasu Ueda/Flickr hide caption

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The Salt

Cockroach Milk: Yes. You Read That Right

Cockroach Milk: Yes. You Read That Right

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Bug enthusiast Anna Lindqvist uploads photos like this — of the Ailanthus Webworm Moth (Atteva aurea) to the iNaturalist app. Like a social network for wildlife, her location paired with the photo help both amateur and expert naturalists identify the species. Annika Lindqvist hide caption

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The App That Aims To Gamify Biology Has Amateurs Discovering New Species

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Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin (left) and Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Yasser Arafat (right) shake hands at the White House in front of President Bill Clinton in September 1993. The new play OSLO is a dramatization of events that led to a historic agreement. David Ake/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'OSLO' Tells The Surprising Story Behind A Historic Handshake

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Marin Alsop and John Adams at a performance of Adams' Dr. Atomic at the Cabrillo Festival in 2008. Cabrillo Festival hide caption

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Cabrillo Festival

A Parting Gift — With Legs — For Marin Alsop At The Cabrillo Festival

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