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Russia Holds Center Stage In Syrian Peace Talks
02/13/2016 10:52 PM
Talks on the brutal Syrian conflict have ended in Munich with the West and Russia far apart. Russia, whose planes are carrying out deadly bombing raids, seems to hold the cards.
Burundian Peacekeeping Abroad Can Fuel Conflict At Home
02/13/2016 9:40 PM
Serving as a U.N. peacekeeper can be a lucrative profession for young Africans. But Burundians seeking such work must pledge loyalty to their government, which is implicated in human rights abuses.
In Historic Trial, Mayan Women Accuse Ex-Military Officers Of Sex Slavery
02/13/2016 9:29 PM
For the first time, sex slavery is being acknowledged in court as a war crime. The 11 alleged victims are using the trial platform to condemn this kind of abuse, for fear it could happen again.
Al-Shabab Claims Responsibility For Bombing Of Somali Jet Last Week
02/13/2016 6:48 PM
The al-Qaida-linked militant group says it was responsible for the Feb. 2 bombing of a jet. The bomber was the only casualty of the attack; despite a hole in its fuselage, the plane landed safely.
Peace Corps Volunteer Values Staying Active In Old Age
02/13/2016 3:35 PM
"You can have a really good time in the Peace Corps when you're old," says Alice Carter, who at age 87 is the oldest volunteer in the Peace Corps.
Brazilian Military Takes Aim At Mosquito Problem
02/13/2016 1:51 PM
On Saturday, 220,000 soldiers across Brazil are going door to door to raise awareness about the Zika virus, and promote mosquito control efforts that could slow the disease's spread.
The Carpet Weaver Of Shiraz
02/13/2016 12:49 PM
A carpet weaver in the ancient city of Shiraz continues her family tradition, but doesn't earn enough to support her large family. Will the easing of economic sanctions on Iran make a difference?
Central African Republic To Elect New Leaders Amid Violent Conditions
02/13/2016 12:49 PM
NPR's Linda Wertheimer speaks with Hillary Margolis of Human Rights Watch about Sunday's vote and a report that says U.N. troops abused young women and girls.
NATO, Russia Aiming For Syria Cease-Fire
02/13/2016 12:49 PM
Last year's war in Ukraine dominated the Munich Security Conference. This year, Russia's intervention in the Middle East has put the focus on Syria. Michele Kelemen speaks to NPR's Linda Wertheimer.
Opposition In Venezuelan Legislature Drives New Direction ? And Resistance
02/13/2016 12:49 PM
There's a revolution underway in Venezuela ? not on the streets, where uprisings have failed, but in the halls of Congress. For the first time in nearly two decades, the opposition is in charge.
The Last Of Nazi War Convictions Will Not End Fight Against Anti-Semitism
02/13/2016 12:49 PM
One of the last of the trials of Nazi guards has begun in Germany. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to Rabbi Marvin Hier of the Simon Wiesenthal Center about their future after these prosecutions end.
Fact-Check: Could The Next President Bring Back Waterboarding?
02/13/2016 12:31 PM
Ted Cruz said he doesn't consider waterboarding torture, and Donald Trump said he would bring back "worse" methods. We break down whether that would be an option under the law.
#NPRreads: 4 Eye-Opening Stories To Read This Weekend
02/13/2016 12:00 PM
A medical mystery that started in Brazil. Nairobi's bustling food scene. Women and guns. And the man behind a new literary movement.
Puzzling Proverbs: So Why Did The Goat Go Home After It Broke A Leg?
02/13/2016 12:00 PM
Ghana is a land of many sayings, often starring an animal. Only the meaning is not always clear. We turned to our correspondent on the ground for answers.
In Trump's German Ancestral Village, The Locals Are Not Impressed
02/13/2016 10:31 AM
"Ich bin ein Kallstadter," Donald Trump likes to say. But many of the villagers are more proud of other famous American descendants with links to Kallstadt: the Heinz family, of ketchup fame.




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