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Some Mexico Fans Feel Unfairly Targeted For World Cup Chants

Mexico and Croatia square off today in World Cup play. On the sidelines, both nations are among the targets of a FIFA probe into alleged homophobic and racist chants.
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John Kerry Arrives In Baghdad

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has arrives in Baghdad as Iraq reels from insurgent onslaught. On Sunday, Kerry was in Cairo, where he met with President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi.
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With Changes To Guantanamo Trials, A New Feel To Proceedings

The case of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the self-confessed architect of the Sept. 11 attacks, is moving slowly. NPR's Arun Rath talks with Carol Rosenberg of the Miami Herald about the latest in that legal process and other Guantanamo trials.
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Eastern Ukraine Torn By Allegations Of Cease-Fire Violations

Government forces and separatist rebels in Eastern Ukraine are each blaming the other for alleged violations of a cease-fire announced Friday. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with correspondent Corey Flintoff in Kiev about how the conflict is playing out on the ground.
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'I'm An Iraqi': A Family Attacked, A Brother Missing

In 2005, Iqbal al-Juboori's family in Iraq was attacked at home and her brother was kidnapped. "As an Iraqi, you get violated," she says. "You don't have a lot of rights."
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Quebec Police Capture 3 Inmates Who Escaped Using Helicopter

The three men, charged with murder and drug trafficking, were captured in a luxury condo in Montreal. The suspects escaped June 7.
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Women Have An Edge In Gaza Startup Market

The Gaza Strip is no easy place to start a business, but some of the logistical challenges of running a business there work in favor of female entrepreneurs.
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Tensions Rise As Afghan Candidate Rejects Election Results

Before the results are even in, Abdullah Abdullah says he won't recognize the outcome of Afghan's presidential election. The one-time front-runner risks pushing the country into political crisis.
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Verdict Due Monday For 3 Al Jazeera Journalists In Cairo

An Egyptian court will issue a verdict Monday in the case of three journalists who have been in jail for months. Correspondent Leila Fadel talks to NPR's Lynn Neary about the controversial case.
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As Iraq-Syria Borders Blur, Fears Of A Wider Mideast War Grow

As Sunni fighters gain more territory, the entire region faces the prospect of a wider conflict. Correspondent Peter Kenyon gives NPR's Lynn Neary an update on the situation in neighboring countries.

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