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3 Face Charges In Turkey's Worst Mining Disaster

The operations manager of a mining company is said to be among three people arrested on charges of negligence in last weeks' mining disaster that killed 301 people in Turkey.
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Revolution, Fatherhood And 5 Years In The Middle East

From 2008 to 2013, Nathan Deuel and his family lived in the Middle East. His new memoir about his experience is titled Friday Was the Bomb.
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In Sea Change Election, Young India Ushers In A New Political Era

Guest host Tess Vigeland checks in with NPR's Julie McCarthy about the elections in India and the country's new prime minister, Narendra Modi.
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Nairobi Bombings Are A Sign Of Spreading Militant Influence

A pair of bombs killed at least 10 people in Kenya's capital on Friday. What do these and a slew of other attacks in Kenya say about the security situation in the country and the region?
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A Giant Among Dinosaurs Discovered In Argentina

Paleontologists say the titanosaur fossils are from the biggest dinosaur ever to walk the planet.
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Nigerian Church Spreads African-Style Zeal Across North America

White missionaries used to travel to Africa to save souls. Today, the trend is reversed, as evangelists from the global south target Americans and Europeans they say are ripe for Christian renewal.
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Unity Is A Difficult Mission For Christians In Israel

In Israel, Christians make up just 2 percent of the population. Their numbers are rising and the population diversifying.
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Voters Hope Modi Can Revive India's Economy

NPR's Lynn Neary talks to Sadanand Dhume of the American Enterprise Institute about the results of the Indian election.
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Child Soldiers Freed In Central African Republic Struggle To Adapt

The U.N. has negotiated the release of more than 1,000 child soldiers in CAR. NPR's Lynn Neary talks to Alexandra Zavis, a reporter who met with some of the former child fighters.
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Safety Of Ukraine's Presidential Election In Doubt In The East

Ukraine votes next week in a presidential election, but there's still separatist unrest in the east. NPR's Corey Flintoff tells NPR's Lynn Neary how a local oligarch restored peace in one city.

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