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Malaysian Official: Search For MH370 To Continue Through May

The ill-fated airliner disappeared a year ago and despite an intensive search in the southern Indian Ocean, no definitive clues have turned up.
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For A French Rabbi And His Muslim Team, There's Work To Be Done

Rabbi Michel Serfaty and his Muslim assistants work in poor neighborhoods where many residents are immigrants from Islamic countries. January's terror attacks only made him more determined.
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Two Detained Over Murder Of Putin Critic

Russian authorities arrested two men in the murder of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, but mystery still surrounds the case.
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When All The Clocks Stopped In Swansea

Time stopped in Swansea, Wales last week as the city's contract with the local clock-winder lapsed. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Welsh horologist David Mitchell about why the clocks are stuck at 12.
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Boko Haram Bomber Hits Nigerian Market

Despite a regional military force, extremist Islamist militants in Nigeria continue to wage deadly attacks. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Ofeibea Quist-Arcton about preparations for the presidential elections.
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In Malta, Journalist Makes A Bridge Between Somalia And Asylum

After fleeing mortal threats in Somalia, a radio journalist found himself languishing in Malta. He's decided to settle in and is starting a radio program for the many other Somalis there in limbo.
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Russia Arrests 2 In Connection With Nemtsov Murder

The exact role of the suspects, both from the insurgency plagued North Caucuses region, is still unclear. Nemtsov, a fierce critic of President Vladimir Putin, was gunned down in Moscow last week.
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Having Loved And Lost, One Man Takes On Medical Malpractice In India

It's a country whose people are reluctant to report malpractice. But when a doctor prescribed "an astronomical dose of the wrong steroid" to his wife, Kunal Saha was determined to blow the whistle.
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Snowden: Asylum In Switzerland A 'Great Political Option'

The NSA leaker, living in exile in Russia, made the remark while speaking via video link to an audience in Geneva.
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Dresden Anti-Immigration Protests Cause Tension In Muslim Community

The German city of Dresden was at the center of large anti-immigration protests for months. Members of the city's Muslim community live with the tension caused by the protests.

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