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Judge Says Government May Have To Reunite More Migrant Families Separated At Border: NPR

An asylum-seeking boy wearing a San Diego American boy wearing an arragement center at San Diego in December 2018.                                                                            Gregory Bull / AP                                       hide caption toggle caption Gregory Bull / AP               An asylum-seeking boy attending Central American boy's arrival at an immigration detention center in San Diego in December 2018. Gregory Bull / …

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Newborn son of Shamima Begum has died in Syria: NPR

Shamima Begum was deprived of her citizenship last month, but her child, a boy, was still considered a British citizen. However, the government argued that it was too dangerous to fetch the baby from the vast refugee camp where the two lived. Metropolitan Police / AP Hide caption Caption switch Metropolitan Police / AP Shamima Begum was deprived of her …

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Adnan Syed, featured in "Serial" podcast, rejecting the repetition of Md. High Court: NPR

Maryland's Supreme Court ruled in a split-4 decision that there will be no new trial for convicted murderer Adnan Syed, the man who, as the subject of the popular Serial podcast, received national attention gained. The ruling puts an end to the Appellate Court's decision to reinstate Syed's 2000 conviction for strangling his former girlfriend, 17-year-old Han Min Lee, a …

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'We Will Not Be Going Back To Time Prior To 2001': NPR

"What makes me hopeful about women's rights in Afghanistan is," they have their own voice, "Roya Rahmani, Afghanistan's ambassador to the U.S., tells NPR.                                                                            Amr Alfiky / NPR                                       toggle caption Amr Alfiky / NPR               "What makes me hopeful about women's rights in Afghanistan is that they have their own voice," Roya Rahmani, Afghanistan's …

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Venezuela's blackout pulls its leaders into deeper tensions: NPR

In an extensive power outage in Venezuela on Thursday, relatives of a patient walk in the dark halls of a clinic in Caracas. Ariana Cubillos / AP Hide Caption Switch caption Ariana Cubillos / AP In a prolonged power outage in Venezuela on Thursday, relatives of a patient went to the dark halls of a clinic in Caracas. Ariana Cubillos …

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Researchers believe that Bone Tattoo Kit is the oldest in the world: NPR

Geoffrey Clark of the Australian National University keeps a bone crest from a tattoo set of about 2700 years old. Jack Fox / Australian National University Hide caption Caption switch Jack Fox / Australian National University Geoffrey Clark of the Australian National University keeps a bone crest from a tattoo set of about 2700 years old. Jack Fox / Australian …

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A Dark View Of Russia From U.S. NATO Commander: NPR

Russian military officers stand by the 9M729, center, its launcher, left, and the 9M728, right, land-based cruise missiles are displayed in Kubinka outside Moscow, in January. The Russian military rolled out its new missile and spelled out its specifications, seeking to dispel the U.S. claim that the weapon violates the INF Treaty.                                                                            Pavel Golovkin / AP                      …

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New Type Of Killer Whale Found In Southern Ocean: NPR

A rare photo of "type D" killer whales from South Georgia Island, located between South America and Antarctica, shows the whales' blunt heads and tiny eyepatches.                                                                            Courtesy of J.P. Sylvestre                                       hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of J.P. Sylvestre               A rare photo of "type D" killer whales from South Georgia Island, located between South …

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