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Late Photographer Saw The Inner Lives Of Soldiers

War photographer Tim Hetherington was killed in Misrata, Libya, a year ago this week, and friends and family are still mourning their loss. At a show of his photographs in Washington, D.C., one of his friends tells us what made Hetherington a different kind of photographer.

Norway 'Still Shattered' As Extremist Goes On Trial

Norwegians will be confronted again with the terrible details and trauma of the worst peacetime attack in the country's history. Anders Behring Breivik, who has confessed to killing 77 people in a bombing and shooting spree last July, will start his trial in Oslo on Monday.

At Americas Summit, Allies Nudge U.S. To Change

In recent weeks, the Obama administration has faced criticism from some presidents who say the U.S. approach to the drugs trade has simply generated more violence in Latin America. That wasn't the only thorny issue the president faced during the Summit of the Americas in Colombia.

Greek Orthodox Easter In A Time Of Austerity

At midnight Saturday, Greek Orthodox Christians will celebrate Easter and the resurrection of Christ. Reporter Joanna Kakissis sends us this postcard from Athens and the inner-city cathedral of Saint Lucas.

World Powers Meet With Iran For Nuclear Talks

Envoys from six world powers meet Iranian officials in Istanbul Saturday. It's the latest attempt to resolve the growing confrontation over Tehran's suspect nuclear program. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.

As Brazil Grows, U.S. Refits Relationship

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff visited the White House this week, and the two nations are meeting again at this weekend's Summit of the Americas. Guest host Linda Wertheimer speaks with Paulo Sotero, director of the Brazil Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center, about developments in U.S.-Brazil relations.