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'Hamburglar' Pulls Off Spellbinding NHL Cinderella Story

Andrew the "Hamburglar" Hammond is a goalie for the Ottawa Senators, and he's on a winning streak. David Greene talks to Roy MacGregor, a columnist for Canada's The Globe and Mail newspaper.

South African Mercenaries Play Crucial Role In Fight Against Boko Haram

The Islamist group Boko Haram has recently been pushed out of villages and towns in northern Nigeria. Renee Montagne talks to Adam Nossiter, the West Africa bureau chief for The New York Times.

Migrants Try To Enter Europe Through Spanish Territory In Africa

The Spanish city of Ceuta on North Africa's coast is surrounded by fences separating Spanish soil from Morocco. That fence is where thousands of migrants try to jump into Spanish territory each year.

Chinese Couple's Marriage Is A Mix Of Old And New China

In our Streets of Shanghai series, we hear about Charles who met his wife through a social networking app. The couple consulted a fortune teller before tying the knot.

Separatists In Eastern Ukraine Expected To Target Mariupol

If Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine want a viable economy in their regions, they'll need Mariupol as a seaport.

After Foreign Intervention, Yemen Faces Additional Uncertainty

For an update on the situation in Yemen, where there have been numerous foreign air strikes, Steve Inskeep talks to Jonathan Bartolozzi of the international development organization Mercy Corps.

Don't Torpedo The Dam, Full Speed Ahead For Ethiopia's Nile Project

Egypt was ready to go to war over Ethiopia's planned Renaissance Dam. A new agreement has ended the tension. But that doesn't mean everyone's a winner.

Investigators Still Looking For Black Box Data From Germanwings Plane

The latest on the investigation of the Germanwings commercial flight that crashed in the French Alps Tuesday. All 150 people on board were killed.

App Helps Syrian Refugees Adapt To Life Away From Home

A Syrian refugee has developed a phone app and website to help refugees get information on services and seek other help in their long journeys in limbo.

Yemen's President Flees As Rebels Move South, Reports Say

Yemen's president fled the country Wednesday after Houthi rebels advanced on the port city of Aden and captured the city's airport.