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Elephant Poaching In Africa Is On The Rise

Africa is in the middle of what Jeffrey Gettleman of The New York Times calls an epic elephant slaughter. He says poachers are killing more elephants now than at any time in the last two decades. He talks to Steve Inskeep about what's behind the resurgence in poaching and where the ivory is going.
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No Breakthroughs In Clinton's Trip To China

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in China as part of her six-nation Asia trip. Despite mounting tensions, Clinton emphasized mutual cooperation and strong ties as she visited Beijing.
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1 Shot Dead At Rally For New Quebec Premier

In Montreal, Canada, one person is dead and another wounded in an apparent political assassination attempt. The shooting happened at a midnight victory rally to celebrate the election of Quebec's separatist party. David Greene talks to Sue Montgomery, a political reporter with the Montreal Gazette.
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A Syrian Village Is Oasis Of Calm Amid Conflict

The Syrian helicopter gunships and fighter planes that regularly strike villages nearby don't fly over Kfar Ghan. Turkey warned that any Syrian military aircraft near the border would be a target. The difference from the rest of Syria is evident: The shops are open, and there are kids on the street and a crowd of shoppers.

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