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Myanmar Allows Ship With Migrants To Dock In Rakhine State

The ship with 700 migrants on board was allowed to dock after being kept at sea for several days. Those on board are believed to be economic migrants from Bangladesh and Muslim Rohingya from Myanmar.
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China Tries To Put A More Positive Spin On Cruise Ship Sinking

China's government is trying to control coverage of the sinking of a cruise ship in the Yangtze River. Dozens are confirmed dead and the number is expected to pass 400.
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Former Vigilante Campaigns In Dangerous Mexican State Ahead Of Sunday's Election

Hipolito Mora, who began a vigilante movement in the restive state of Michoacan, has not only laid down arms, but wants to be the local congressman. He was jailed twice for murder but was released.
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Canadian Commission Releases 'Damning' Report On Treatment Of Aboriginal Children

A Truth and Reconciliation Commission reports on the cruelty toward aboriginal children forced to attend church-run Indian residential schools. Renee Montagne talks to Chairman Murray Sinclair.
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Gen. Allen Navigates Complicated Political Landscape To Fight ISIS

Retired Marine General John Allen was appointed by President Obama to build a coalition against the self-proclaimed Islamic State, also known as ISIS. Last month, Ramadi fell to ISIS militants.
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'Morning Edition' Listeners Share 'Love Lock' Stories

Hundreds of thousands of "love locks" were removed from a Paris bridge. Officials say the bridge can no longer handle the locks' weight. We asked listeners to share memories of love on the bridge.
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Fisherman By Day, Human Smuggler By Night

An Egyptian fisherman describes his low-level but profitable roll in the migrant smuggling business. He helps place desperate Syrians on boats to Europe.
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Warmer Weather Triggers More African Migrants To Try To Reach Europe

Europe is increasing search and rescue missions in the Mediterranean after hundreds of African migrants drowned en route to European shores. We go out on patrol with Spain's maritime rescue service.
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How To Make A Living In Cash-Poor Zimbabwe

The country's in crisis. But Fortunate Nyakupinda manages to earn a living by selling secondhand clothes. Although she'll be the first to tell you: A $10 profit disappears in a flash.
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'I Think FIFA Stinks,' Says Reporter Who Exposed Corruption Scandal

NPR's Melissa Block speaks with Andrew Jennings, a journalist and author who has written extensively about the culture of corruption in FIFA that went all the way up to the president, Sepp Blatter.

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