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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, shown on Capitol Hill on Thursday, is heading to Egypt and Tunisia as the U.S. tries to stay on top of what's happening in the Arab world. Jonathan Ernst/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Struggles To Keep Up With Arab World Changes

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An Iraqi cuts a pomegranate on his fruit stall at the Al-Shorja market, central Baghdad, in 2007. In her book Day of Honey, author Annia Ciazadlo says she visited the local Bagdhad markets when first arriving as a reporter in order "to to comprehend the place I've landed in, to touch and feel and take in the raw materials of my new surroundings." Ali Yussef/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Day Of Honey': The Unifying Sweetness Of Food

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Ani Choying Drolma sits with her students. In 2000, Drolma founded The Arya Tara school — the first school in Nepal to offer both Western and traditional Tibetan studies to nuns. Courtesy of Ani Choying Drolma hide caption

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Buddhist Nun Shares The Sound Of Music

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