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President Obama Meets With Arab Allies At Camp David

President Obama meets with officials from six Persian Gulf countries at Camp David to reassure them about the emerging nuclear deal with Iran.
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Ice Cold U.S., Russia Relations Put Strain On Nuclear Agreements

As relations between the world's two biggest nuclear powers deteriorate, the treaties and dialogue that kept Russia and the U.S. from nuclear war are fraying.
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VIDEO: Migrants Adrift In Andaman Sea After Thailand Turns Them Away

Malaysia and Indonesia have also turned away the Rohingya, who have fled persecution in Myanmar. The migrants also include Bangladeshis who are escaping poverty in their country.
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What NATO Diplomats Do On Their Downtime: Sing 'We Are The World'

NATO foreign ministers in Antalya, Turkey, were persuaded at the end of their meeting this week to join in a rendition of the '80s-era pop anthem. At last check, they were all keeping their day jobs.
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Greece Says It Won't Take U.K. To Court For Return Of Elgin Marbles

Athens says taking the matter to the International Criminal Court would take too long and the outcome would be uncertain. Instead he says Greece will use diplomatic channels for their return.
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Nepal's Peaceful Revolution: Citizens Rise Up To Aid Mountain Villages

Villages and towns in the Himalayan foothills are the hardest hit. This week's aftershock made it even more challenging to get aid to those in need. But ordinary folks are figuring out how to help.
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Why Do Most Galaxies Die? It's A Case Of Strangulation, Scientists Say

A team in England looked at thousands of galaxies that had stopped forming stars and determined that the vast majority of them showed signs that their stellar fuel supply had been choked off.
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Are You Smarter Than A 15-Year-Old?

The results are out: 15-year-olds who took a skills assessment test had a hard time with it, no matter where they live. See how you might fare with some sample questions.
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Burundi's Army Chief Says Coup Attempt Failed

The announcement, on state-run radio, comes amid continued fighting a day after a lower-ranking general had declared a coup against President Pierre Nkurunziza.
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Violence Reported During Yemen's Humanitarian Ceasefire

Steve Inskeep talks to Andre Perache of Doctors Without Borders about the situation in Yemen, where a humanitarian ceasefire began on Tuesday. Houthi rebels have controlled the capital for months.

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