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Quake's Effects Compounded By Poor Infrastructure, Political Issues
04/28/2015 9:15 AM
Subhash Ghimire, editor of the Nepalese newspaper Republica, says earthquake victims are growing frustrated by the slow response to help them. He says part of the problems are logistics and politics.
Nepal Earthquake Victims Are Desperate For Help
04/28/2015 9:15 AM
International aid groups have yet to reach the remote mountain villages where the expectation is that many may have been wiped off the map. In Kathmandu, there's anger that aid is too slow in coming.
Report: To Aid Combat, Russia Wages Cyberwar Against Ukraine
04/28/2015 9:00 AM
Cyberwarfare is a hidden world with few documented examples. In a new report, security researchers detail digital attacks against Ukraine's military, and charge the Russian military as the hacker.
On Their Own, The Afghan Army Takes The Fight To The Taliban
04/28/2015 7:53 AM
The Afghan army is now fully in charge of combat operations. NPR's Tom Bowman heads out on a mission with troops as they engage the Taliban in one of its strongholds near the Pakistani border.
Two Days Before Operation Babylift, 57 Children Were Evacuated To The U.S.
04/28/2015 7:52 AM
Despite controversy, a flight attendant and passenger say taking children out of Vietnam before the fall of Saigon in April, 1975, was the right thing to do.
The Past Haunts The Present For Japan's Shinzo Abe
04/28/2015 7:51 AM
As Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seeks to strengthen ties with America, he's facing tense times in his own neighborhood, mainly because of his views on World War II.
'Ashley's War' Details Vital Work Of Female Soldiers In Afghanistan
04/28/2015 7:49 AM
A new book looks at the female soldiers who served alongside elite special operations units in Afghanistan in order to connect with a population that was off-limits to male soldiers: Afghan women.
Nepal Death Toll Tops 4,350; At Least 1.4 Million Need Food Aid
04/28/2015 5:08 AM
The toll includes four Americans, all of whom died at an avalanche-struck Mount Everest base camp. In addition to food, the U.N. says medical supplies are desperately needed.
How Tech Firms Are Helping People In The Nepal Earthquake Zone
04/27/2015 11:17 PM
Tech and telecom companies stepped up with much needed services. Facebook and Google offered tools to help those in the region let family and friends know they're OK. Other firms cut calling costs.
Economic Impact Of Nepal Quake Likely To Be Massive
04/27/2015 10:06 PM
One estimate puts the reconstruction at more than $5 billion ? or about a quarter of the country's GDP. Countries ? and relief groups ? are pledging to help.
Big Aftershocks In Nepal Could Persist For Years
04/27/2015 9:27 PM
Saturday's magnitude-7.8 quake released stress that was building for 150 years, scientists say, and it reshuffled tension to nearby faults. There's a 50-50 chance of a strong aftershock within a year.
U.S., Japan Announce Updated Defense Guidelines
04/27/2015 8:22 PM
The updated 18-year-old guidelines reflect concern over China's growing influence and North Korea's nuclear capability. They also call for Japan to take a more active role in the Asia Pacific region.
President Obama Relaxed Drone Rules For CIA Operations In Pakistan
04/27/2015 8:22 PM
In 2013, President Obama tightened rules for drone strikes in order to reduce civilian casualties. NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Wall Street Journal correspondent Adam Entous who learned that the president secretly waived the new rules for CIA operations in Pakistan.
Authors Criticize Pen America's Decision To Honor 'Charlie Hebdo' Survivors
04/27/2015 8:22 PM
Some prominent authors are critical of the PEN American Center's decision to honor Charlie Hebdo staffers, saying the magazine denigrated the oppressed French Muslim population.
Kathmandu Residents Work To Help Communites Ravaged By Earthquake
04/27/2015 8:22 PM
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with residents of Kathmandu, Nepal, about Saturday's earthquake and their attempts to help communities recover from the disaster.

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