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Growing Economic Fractures Threaten Eurozone

Europe's debt crisis seems to grow more dire every day as borrowing coasts for Spain and Italy soar. Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel holds the purse strings, and says that although saving the single European currency will be a Herculean task, it must be done.
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David Cameron Grilled Over Murdoch Ties

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron spent the Thursday being grilled over the nature of his relationship with media magnate Rupert Murdoch. He dismissed as "nonsense" the suggestion that they had made tacit deals to look after one another's interests.
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Egyptian Lawmaker: People Won't Stand For A Coup

Audie Cornish talks to Egyptian parliamentarian Abdul Mawgoud Rageh Dardery. He is a member of Egypt's "Freedom & Justice Party," which is the Muslim Brotherhood's political arm. They talk about the decision by Egypt's highest court to dissolve parliament.
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Dissolution Of Egyptian Parliament Inflames Election

A ruling from Egypt's highest court Thursday morning will allow former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq to remain on the ballot for the upcoming presidential run-off. Troops are deployed around the Supreme Court building in anticipation of protests against the ruling. Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson talks to Audie Cornish for more.
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Mozambique Farmland Is Prize In Land Grab Fever

Villagers say they're getting a raw deal as companies rush to buy up African land to form mega-farms. Farmers complain they've been ousted from the land while promises to improve water systems and schools and replant uprooted crops are not being kept.
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Can You ID Germany's 'Forest Boy'?

He walked into a German police department last year, saying he'd been living in the woods with his father for five years and that his dad had just died. Now authorities have released his photo.
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On The Ground With Troops In Afghanistan

NPR's Pentagon correspondent, Tom Bowman, recently spent several weeks in Afghanistan following the last major combat offensive in the region. He and Andrew Exum of the Center for a New American Security talk about the situation on the ground just two years shy of the withdrawal deadline.
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The Future Of Democracy In Egypt

Egypt's Supreme Court declared recent elections illegal and ordered the Islamist-led parliament dissolved. The decision, by judges who were appointed by former dictator Hosni Mubarak, escalates the power struggle between the military government and the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamists.

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