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Tunisian Women Turn Revolution Into Opportunity

In the year since Tunisia touched off the Arab Spring, women have assumed a number of high-profile positions. As part of his Revolutionary Road Trip across North Africa, Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep looks at how the roles of women are changing.
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What China's Thinkers Need Most Is Also Most Elusive

Chinese artist Yang Weidong has devoted the past four years to asking more than 300 Chinese intellectuals a deceptively simple question: "What do you need?" The resounding answer is "freedom." The results reflect both a sense of crisis and progress, in that such criticism can be openly voiced.
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High School Draws Chinese Students, Tuition Dollars

A record number of Chinese students are attending U.S. colleges and universities. In Michigan, a public high school is getting in on the trend. Lake Shore High School will host 88 full-time students from Beijing during the 2012-2013 academic year.
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Ending Violence Against Women Worldwide

The public execution of an Afghan woman falsely accused of adultery has prompted international outrage. New efforts to curb violence against women.

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'Today,' 'Tomorrow,' and Nine Other Words You Can't Search For In China

It's the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown. China's Internet censors are blocking even more than usual.

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