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Help Wanted: Must Like Big Stones, Work Well With Druids

Stonehenge is seeking general manager to maintain "dignity of stones" and speak to Druids. Robert Siegel and Audie Cornish have more on what the job entails and how the selection is made.
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Relatives Of Bombing Suspects Shocked By Attacks

The Tsarnaev brothers' relatives in Russia's Dagestan republic reacted differently to the Boston Marathon bombings and subsequent shootout. Their mother saw pictures of Tamerlan's body on YouTube and is said to be in shock, unable to speak. More distant relatives share their thoughts. People at the mosque that Tamerlan visited in 2012 say the mosque is in no way responsible for his actions.
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Canada Case Raises Concern About Link Between Al-Qaida, Iran

Robert Siegel speaks with Peter Bergen, CNN's national security analyst and author of Manhunt: The Ten-Year Search for Bin Laden — from 9/11 to Abbottabad, about the alleged link between al-Qaida and Iran.
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Venezuela Deeply Divided After Chavez Death, Recent Election

The death of Hugo Chavez and the election of his successor in a tightly-fought race has left Venezuela more deeply divided than ever. Now it's fueling instability in one of the world's great oil powers.
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Bolivia Tries To Regain Sea Access It Lost To Chile In 1904

Bolivia, a landlocked nation since 1904, is hoping to reach the sea once again by suing Chile at the International Court of Justice for the land it lost in the War of the Pacific.

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