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  1. More Clashes In Pakistan As Pressure On Government Grows

    Anti-government protesters in Pakistan briefly forced state TV off the air amid continuing clashes with police and renewed calls for Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's resignation.
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  2. After Discrimination Finding, Jury's Out On Memphis Juvenile Courts

    The U.S. Justice Department bashed the juvenile justice system in Shelby County, Tenn., in 2012. Now, Memphis courts are trying to find a way forward.
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  3. Experimental Vaccine For Chikungunya Passes First Test

    Using a new technology, scientists have created a vaccine for an emerging mosquito-borne virus. The vaccine was safe and produced some degree of immunity in a preliminary study.
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  4. John Walker Jr., Cold War Spy For Soviets, Dies At 77

    The U.S. Navy warrant officer recruited his son, his brother and a friend to help him steal and sell classified message keys to the USSR over a 17-year period.
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  5. These 5 Crops Are Still Hand-Harvested, And It's Hard Work

    Saffron, vanilla, palm oil, cacao and cottonseed oil are still picked by hand in some parts of the world. Sometimes that manual labor shows up in the price of the food; sometimes it doesn't.
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  6. Volunteer Docs In Peru Take A Shopping Trip To Look For Patients

    The medical students were in Iquitos. They could provide much-needed surgery for the residents of this remote Peruvian town. Just one problem: They didn't have enough patients.
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  8. One Year After The Coup, Egypt Is Still Divided

    A year ago, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi was ousted. Since then, a military man was elected president and budding insurgency has grown, as correspondent Leila Fadel tells NPR's Tamara Keith.
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  9. Hamas Executes Suspected Informants After Deadly Israeli Strike

    One day after an Israeli airstrike killed three of its senior military leaders, Hamas says it has killed more than a dozen people it believes were spying for Israel.
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  10. The Salmon Cannon: Easier Than Shooting Fish Out Of A Barrel

    Alarmed by the rapid decline of wild salmon populations, a company has invented a novel way to help migratory fish over blocked rivers. It uses air pressure to fire them out of a cannon.
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