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Israel Discovers Tunnel Leading To Gaza, Army Says

Israeli military officials announced Sunday that they have discovered an underground tunnel that leads from the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip into Israel. They say the tunnel could have been used for an attack against Israelis.
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Seven Red Cross Relief Workers Seized In Syria

The Red Cross said the workers had been abducted in northwest Syria. On Sunday, the group's director-general, Yves Daccord, tweeted, "Our thoughts are with our colleagues and their families."
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The Blurry Tone Of 'Double Exposure'

Kelley Stoltz has been called the godfather of the hazy, washed out, poppy sound coming from the Bay Area. Host Rachel Martin talks with musician Kelley Stoltz about his new album, Double Exposure.
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'Flying Colours' Has No Fear Of Sincerity

Shadrach Kabango, also known as Shad, writes about music that's earnest without being corny. The Kenyan-born, Ontario-raised rapper talks with host Rachel Martin about his new album, Flying Colours.
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A Decade On, A Boy, A Ball And A West Bank Wall

Ishaq Amer's home was cut off from his Palestinian village when Israel erected a separation barrier around the West Bank. More important to the 13-year-old at the time was that he was cut off from his soccer buddies. An American boy saw a documentary about Ishaq's family and wanted to know what happened to them.
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Head Start Saved For Now; Shutdown Still Brings Uncertainty

Students who attend Head Start education programs will be able to go back to school, thanks to a private donation that filled in where the government hasn't been able to since the shutdown. But spokeswoman Sally Aman tells host Arun Rath that the funding is only a temporary fix.
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What Did The Arab Spring Cost? One Estimate Says $800 Billion

HSBC says in a new report that GDP in the seven states most affected by the Arab Spring will be 35 percent lower at the end of 2014 than if there had been no Arab Spring. But the damage to those countries is more than to their GDPs alone.
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Who's Carl This Time

Carl Kasell reads three quotes from the week's news: Nobody's Default But Our Own, A New Kind of Ms. Moneypenny and U-A-S! U-A-S!
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Panel Round One

Our panelists answer questions about the week's news: Stairmaster to Nowhere.
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Bluff The Listener

Our panelists tell three stories about an unusual family reunion, only one of which is true.

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