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New Ground For Peace Corps

Doctors and nurses from the U.S. are heading to Africa with the Peace Corps. Host Michel Martin discusses the new program and what it means for the Peace Corps' mission.
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Guantanamo Bay Still Unresolved

President Obama is a week away from getting sworn into a second term in office — but he still has plenty of unfinished business. Four years ago, he vowed to shut down the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. But the facility is still up and running. Host Michel Martin discusses what's next for Guantanamo.
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As French Claim Gains In Mali, Islamists Vow To Strike Back

Looking to rout Islamist militants who might try to make Mali a base for terrorist operations elsewhere, French forces have been mounting air and ground attacks. The militants pushed back on Monday and said they would take the fight to French soil.
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6 Months Of Combat, And No Victor In Syria's Biggest City

The northern city of Aleppo is split along a front line that's been stagnant recently. The rebels believe they will eventually take the city, but there's no end in sight.
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Thousands In France Protest Gay Marriage

Opponents of the French government's plans to legalize same-sex marriage and adoption took to the streets of Paris Sunday. With an estimated 350,000 marchers, the demonstration was considered one of the largest in years. The French government took note, but says it will go ahead with its plans for the law anyway.

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