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Domitilia, 57, is a diabetic patient in the Dominican Republic who contracted tuberculosis. She's now cured of TB after two years of treatment. Javier Galeano/The Union hide caption

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These scuba divers are among the 2 million tourists who visit the Great Barrier Reef each year. They contribute about $5.6 billion to Australia's economy, according to the Queensland government. Steve Dorsey for NPR hide caption

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As Great Barrier Reef Ails, Australia Scrambles To Save It

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The author's mother, Reba Roy (far left), dancing on stage in a sari as a young woman. Courtesy of Sandip Roy hide caption

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Love Is Saying 'Sari': The Quest To Save A South Asian Tradition

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After deleting tweets from a Hong Kong protest site, Kenny G said he was "not trying to defy government orders." Tomasz Gzell/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Tweets In Hong Kong Put Kenny G In Jam With Communist Party

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Hong Kong Protests Pull Attention From China's Self-Reflection

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A customer sets up her new iPhone 6 at an Apple store in Beijing on Friday. A group says the Chinese government backed an attack against users of Apple's iCloud service, but the government denies the claim. Feng Li/Getty Images hide caption

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Cloud Data Security Concerns Raised After Reported Attack In China

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Thai surrogate mother Pattaramon Chanbua with her baby Gammy, who was born with Down Syndrome. An Australian couple who'd arranged for Pattaramon to serve as their surrogate rejected the child. Nicolas Asfouri/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Surrogacy Storm In Thailand: A Rejected Baby, A Busy Babymaker

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