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'New York Times' Reporter On The Investigation Into U.S. Airstrikes In Iraq

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Kenyans Experience Deadly Violence Before Supreme Court Decision

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives at her Berlin party headquarters Friday for talks with members of potential coalition parties to form a new government. Kay Nietfeld/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Myriam Sidibe: Would Fewer Children Die of Disease If They Just Washed Their Hands?

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Amos Winter: How Do You Build An All-Terrain Wheelchair For Under $200?

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France's National Front Fades From Prominence

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Police In New Zealand Pull Over Driver Playing A Bagpipe

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Salvatore Riina, aka "Toto," the most important figure of the Sicilian mafia, is brought to justice after evading police for 23 years at the Aula Bunker of Palermo courthouse on March 4, 1993 in Palermo, Italy. Franco Origlia/Getty Images hide caption

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People gather at the site of a Saudi-led airstrike near Yemen's Defense Ministry complex in Sanaa, Yemen, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. Hani Mohammed/AP hide caption

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Special counsel Robert Mueller has brought the Foreign Agents Registration Act into the spotlight with indictments last month of Paul Manafort and his longtime business associate Rick Gates. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Zimbabweans Wonder What's Ahead For Mugabe And Their Country

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Grapes have been growing along the steep slopes of Germany's Mosel River for centuries. Now global warming is shifting the timing of the harvest. Daniella Cheslow for NPR hide caption

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Climate Change Ripens Prospects For German Winemakers

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Tourists Can Now Experience Northern Ireland's Violent Political History

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A technician examines the mirror on the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope. Scientists at two national laboratories are currently building the components for an enormous digital camera that will capture images from the telescope. Joe McNally/Getty Images hide caption

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The Largest Digital Camera In The World Takes Shape

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A member of the Syrian Democratic Forces, a group allied with the United States, walks through debris in Raqqa, Syria, formerly the de facto capital of Islamic State. Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Pentagon Says It's Staying In Syria, Even Though ISIS Appears Defeated

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has lifted a ban on importing sport-hunted trophies of elephants from Zimbabwe and Zambia. Jekesai Njikizana/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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