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The Mood In Germany Turns Tense After Recent Attacks

Renee Montagne speaks with German journalist Birgit Frank about how Germans are coping in the wake of multiple terror attacks in recent days.
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Mummified Egyptian Was Just As Sedentary And Carb-Hungry As Modern Men

A 2,200-year-old mummy going on display in Israel shows some of the same ailments modern people suffer from: osteoporosis, tooth decay and other effects of an inactive, carbohydrate-rich lifestyle.
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Solar-Powered Plane Completes Historic Circumnavigation

The Solar Impulse 2 landed in Abu Dhabi, where its journey began 17 flights ago in March 2015. Alternating with another pilot, Bertrand Piccard flew around the world with no fuel.
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Three Dead After Attack On French Church; The Islamic State Claims Responsibility

Two men attacked a church in Normandy, France, Tuesday morning during Mass. They took five people hostage and killed a priest before French police shot and killed them. The Islamic State claimed responsibility.
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Reflecting On Three Years In Jerusalem

NPR's Emily Harris reviews the past three years in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, which have been marked by a lack of serious peace talks and new, sometimes extreme, approaches by both sides.
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French Army Asks Citizens To Enlist — But No Muslim Headscarves, Please.

Two sisters, devout Muslims and French patriots, wanted to help the military in the wake of a terrorist attack. They were told they had to remove their headscarves. So what did they do?
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Disturbing Images Of Juvenile Prisoners Being Abused In Australia

Australia's prime minister asked for an investigation into how teenage prisoners are treated after a national news program broadcast video of young people hooded and shackled.
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Swaziland's Secret Weapon Against Child Abuse: Grandmothers

In 2008, it ranked as one of the worst African countries for child abuse. Now it's one of the 10 best in protecting its kids. How did Swaziland do it?
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2 Men Take Hostages, Kill Priest In French Church; Attack Claimed By ISIS

Two men attacked a church near Rouen during Tuesday Mass, killing an elderly priest before being shot to death by police. One of the assailants had tried to travel to Syria and was under surveillance.
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Suicide Bombings In Somalia's Capital Kill 13 Near Peacekeeping Base

Car bombs detonated at checkpoints near the entrance to one of the African Union bases in Mogadishu, killed more than a dozen people. The base is used by the Union's peacekeeping troops.

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