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After the 2010 earthquake, NGOs dumped hundreds of thousands of gallons of raw sewage at the end of the Port-au-Prince city landfill, which borders the sea and is not lined with an impermeable material. Marie Arago for NPR hide caption

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You Probably Don't Want To Know About Haiti's Sewage Problems

What went wrong with Haiti's sanitation plan? The story involves the queen of Spain, the "sanitation champion" and the man with the worst job in the world.

The morning sun illuminates the Grand Tetons, in Grand Teton National Park, Wyo., Saturday, Aug 27, 2016. Brennan Linsley/AP hide caption

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I've Been Everywhere: A Political Reporter's Landmark Moment

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Back in the USA Chuck Berry
Instrumental Chuck Berry
Surf Medley Junior Brown
Don't Let the Joneses Get You Down The Temptations

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After Surviving A Nashville Flood, Raul Malo's Gibson Guitar Gets A New Lease On Life

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Since When Raul Malo
Yesterdays Wes Montgomery

People watch as coverage of an ICBM missile test is displayed on a screen in a public square in Pyongyang on July 29, 2017. Kim Won-Jin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Analysts: North Korea Improves Its Capabilities With Each Missile Test

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Since Then Pablie
How Long Charles Bradley

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You Probably Don't Want To Know About Haiti's Sewage Problems

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False Dawn The Album Leaf

At the Girls Build summer camps in Oregon, Araceli Eide, Kandyce Brown and Aleeyah Coleman learn how to pour concrete, shingle sandbox roofs and use power tools, but instructors say the real skills these young girls gain are increased confidence and fearlessness. Deena Prichep for NPR hide caption

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At Summer Camp, Girls Build Sandboxes And Confidence In Their Own Abilities

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Marfa Lights Steelism
Culturalist
Strasbourg/St. Denis Roy Hargrove
Fly Fly Away Kero One & Hero One

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