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Sebastian Junger: 'Which Way' To Turn After Hetherington's Death

In a new documentary premiering on HBO, the journalist explores the life of his friend, the war photographer Tim Hetherington. The two collaborated on the 2010 documentary Restrepo, and Junger was profoundly changed after Hetherington was killed by shrapnel in Libya in 2011.
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App Helps Icelanders Avoid Dating Family

Dating can be tough in a small country like Iceland. There are only 320,00 people and many are distant relatives. So the government created a genealogy website.
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South Korean Public Broadcaster Bans Psy Video

In the video, Psy dances up the street and kicking an orange cone that reads "no parking." State-funded KBS says abusing public property does not meet its standards.
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Ex-Pakistani Strongman Musharraf Flees Courtroom

Pervez Musharraf, who was on trial on treason charges related to his 2007 order to arrest dozens of judges, is holed up at his residence on the outskirts of the capital, Islamabad.
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In 'Which Way,' A War Photographer In His Element

Writer-director Sebastian Junger remembers his friend and colleague Tim Hetherington, killed in April 2011 by mortar fire in the Libyan city of Misrata.
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On Independence Day, A Subdued Syrian Capital

Damascus would normally host a parade on independence day. But the streets are largely empty, aside from jittery government security forces manning checkpoints.
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Guantanamo Bay, One Piece Of Torturous Puzzle?

Several Guantanamo Bay detainees are on a months-long hunger strike. But the U.S. may have bigger problems when it comes to detainee treatment. A bipartisan study says it's undeniable that the U.S. tortured people after 9/11. Host Michel Martin speaks with former Congressman Asa Hutchinson, a Republican, and one of the co-chairs of the study.

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