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Egyptian Officials Continue Investigation Into EgyptAir Crash

Egyptian officials are urging the world to await facts before concluding what brought down a Cairo-bound airliner. But families and the public clamor for news about another Egyptian aviation incident.

Boxing Great Manny Pacquiao Wins Senate Seat In The Philippines

The political victory brings the 37-year-old, who had previously served in the Philippines' House of Representatives, ever closer to an eventual shot at the presidency.

Condoms By Drone: A New Way To Get Birth Control To Remote Areas

A pilot project in Ghana is one of several experiments to see if drones can deliver everything from contraceptives to blood for transfusions.

PHOTOS: Rain Hampers Search For Families Missing After Sri Lankan Landslides

Landslides in Sri Lanka on Tuesday night crushed three villages and left more than 200 families missing. Fresh rains have impaired rescue operations.

A Reporter On The Panama Papers: The Basic Idea Is 'To Hide True Ownership'

Documents leaked from a Panama-based law firm have offered new insight into how easy it is for the rich and corrupt to hide their assets. McClatchy's Kevin Hall has been reporting on the documents.

Amid Search For Missing Airliner, EgyptAir Resumes Flights From Paris

Mary Louise Kelly talks with Associated Press reporter Raphael Satter, who's at the airport in Paris where Flight 804 took off Wednesday bound for Cairo. It's believed to have crashed into the sea.

EgyptAir Flight 804 Reportedly Swerved And Spun Before Disappearing

NPR's Russell Lewis, who covers aviation, and Emily Harris in Cairo have the latest on the airliner that went missing en route from Paris with 66 people aboard.

Missing EgyptAir Flight 804: Investigations Under Way In Cairo, Paris

David Kirkpatrick of the New York Times in Cairo and NPR's Eleanor Beardsley in Paris have the latest on the missing EgyptAir airliner.

EgyptAir Flight 804 Was Being Tracked As It Descended And Fell Off Radar

Aviation analyst Alex Macheras in London and NPR's Emily Harris in Cairo have the latest on the missing airliner that's presumed to have crashed into the ocean.
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Roger Thurow: "The First 1,000 Days: A Crucial Time For Mothers And Children—And The World"

A new book tells the story of the First 1,000 Days movement, an international effort to end malnutrition during the most crucial time of development, from the beginning of a woman’s pregnancy to her child’s second birthday.