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Pedestrians pass a barricade outside a hotel at Taksim Square, Istanbul. Business people say they are nervous that protests are cutting deep into tourism. Thanassis Stavrakis/AP hide caption

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Turks Worry Leader's Response To Protests Hurt Economy

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Sunrise in Aries God Is an Astronaut
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Making The Switch: An American Woman's Journey To Islam

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Isabel Narvaez, in El Placer, says she is still traumatized by the rape she suffered. The small hamlet in Colombia is just one place where women were victims of violent crimes during the civil conflict. Paul Smith for NPR hide caption

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In Colombia, A Town Badly Scarred By Wartime Rape

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Hide and Seek Antoine Dufour & Antoine Defour
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Cicada: (A) Eonian/(b) Chimera/(c) The Virus-Waltz Infra
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Laura Osnes, Santino Fontana and the ensemble of Cinderella — one of the Broadway season's more lavish musicals, whose costume designer, William Ivey Long, is nominated for his sixth Tony Award. Carol Rosegg/ hide caption

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Clothes Make The Man (And The Woman, And The Show) On Broadway

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Can't Stop The Beat: Three New Caribbean Artists Making Waves

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Gray Salt Marsh Lawrence Blatt
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The High Park wildfire swept through the rural area northwest of Fort Colins, Colo., last June, leaving one person dead. Ed Andrieski/AP hide caption

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A Year Later, Few Residents Have Rebuilt After Colorado Fire

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Palestinian performer Mohammad Assaf is a finalist on Arab Idol, which is filmed in the Lebanese city of Jounieh north of the capital Beirut. Anwar Amro/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Arab Idol' Finalist Delivers Sweet Music, Palestinian Pride

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How High the Moon Chet Baker
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Tim McGraw: 'I'm Just Now Learning How To Be Good'

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Scuttle Buttin' Stevie Ray Vaughan
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