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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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MERS In South Korea Is Bad News But It's Not Yet Time To Panic

Fears that Middle East respiratory syndrome could sweep through the region seem to be overblown. But researchers say there's still a lot they don't know about the potentially fatal virus.
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Gen. Martin Dempsey On Iraq: A Fight That Will Take 'Multiple Years'

The Joint Chiefs chairman has been deeply involved in Iraq for more than a decade. In an NPR interview, he says he's not surprised by the slow going against ISIS, calling it a "long campaign."
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Former U.N. Envoy To Syria: Iran Has 'Too Much Influence In The Region'

Veteran diplomat Lakhdar Brahimi has taken on tough gigs, but being an envoy to Syria during the civil war topped them all. He now works with The Elders, a group of global leaders working for peace.
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In Search Of The Red Cross' $500 Million In Haiti Relief

An investigation by NPR and ProPublica finds a string of poorly managed projects, questionable spending and dubious claims of success, according to a review of the charity's internal documents.
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Nestlé India In Hot Water Over Reports Of Excess Lead In Noodle Soup

Sales of the popular instant soup, sold under the brand Maggi, have plunged since the food safety dispute erupted in India.

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