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Americans Appear At NGO Trial In Egypt

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Egyptian-American Dawat Soulam wanted to be a part her country's revolution and got a job training political parties with the democracy promotion group, the International Republican Institute. Soulam quit soon after, complaining that the U.S.-funded group refused to work with Islamist parties. She raised concerns with Egyptian authorities about that and questioned IRI's other activities. Months later, the IRI and other U.S. and Egyptian NGO's had their offices raided and shut. These revelations come at a complicated time as U.S. and Egyptian NGO's are back in court in Cairo.
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'We're Mostly Republicans': New Hampshire Voters Explained By 'Our Town'

After NPR's Bob Mondello used The Music Man to help explain the Iowa caucuses, he wished there was a musical of Our Town so he could do the same for New Hampshire. It turns out there is one.
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Gulf Of Mexico Open For Fish-Farming Business

For the first time, companies can apply to set up fish farms in U.S. federal waters. The government says the move will help reduce American dependence on foreign seafood and improve security.
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5 Things To Know About President Obama's Budget

This is Obama's last chance to give Congress his full policy wish list in budget form.
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Blocked: Twitter's Role In Combating Violent Extremism

Over the course of seven months, Twitter has suspended over 125,000 accounts for threatening or promoting terrorist acts.

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