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Her remarks at the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee come a crucial time for U.S.-Israeli relationship.Read More

"The move has created bad blood between Netanyahu and Obama, and relations between the two countries have suffered," NPR's Jackie Northam reports.Read More

In remembrance of Leonard Nimoy who died last week, Canadians have revived the Spock $5. Those are Canadian $5 bills altered to show a pretty good facsimile of Nimoy's Spock.Read More

An Iraqi force has begun a large-scale operation to recapture Tikrit, according to state TV. Tikrit, the hometown of Saddam Hussein, lies between Baghdad and Mosul.Read More

Members of the Muslim minority communities In Britain, France and Germany discuss their feelings about how they fit into the culture of the countries in which they reside.Read More

In Chile, a 14-year-old girl suffering from cystic fibrosis has posted an online video asking the country's president to allow her to die. The case prompted a raging discussion on assisted suicide.Read More

Boris Nemtsov, an outspoken critic of President Putin, was shot and killed in Moscow on Friday. David Greene talks to NPR's Corey Flintoff and independent political analyst Masha Lipman.Read More

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in Washington, D.C, where he is expected to give a contentious speech before Congress on Tuesday. He appears before a powerful pro-Israeli lobby on Monday.Read More

In an exclusive interview, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf remembers how Liberia was "the poster child of everything that could go wrong." But people lived up to the local proverb: "Go fix it."Read More

Sikh temples traditionally offer meals to those in need. In suburban London, the homeless — regardless of their religion — are turning to a van run by Sikh volunteers for food.Read More


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