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Cricket Star Imran Khan Leads Anti-Drone March Into Volatile Pakistan Region

In Pakistan, anti-war marchers led by Pakistani cricket star-turned politician Imran Khan, are hoping to enter the tribal territory of South Waziristan Sunday to protest against U.S. drone attacks on Islamist militants there. NPR's Philip Reeves reports.
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Venezuela Election Critical Test For Divided Nation And President Chavez

Venezuelans go to the polls to decide their next president. Hugo Chavez is facing his stiffest competition in 14 years of rule. NPR's Juan Forero has the latest on the election.
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Stateless And Stranded On American Samoa

Mikhail Sebastian is stateless. Born ethnically Armenian in what was then the U.S.S.R. and today is Azerbaijan, he came to the U.S. and was eventually allowed to stay and work. Now, he is stranded on American Samoa where immigration officials say he "self-deported."
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French Bees Produce Mysterious Technicolor Honey

Host Rachel Martin reports that in France, some local bees have been producing colorful honey, the result of a nearby factory that processes waste from an M&M's plant.
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Scottish Dialect's Last Speaker Dies

In the tiny fishing village of Cromarty, on the tip of Scotland's Black Isle, the last speaker of the local dialect has died. Host Rachel Martin speaks with language expert Kelly McGill, about Bobby Hogg and his 600-year-old dialect.

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