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Charleston, S.C., Mayor Says Shooting Is 'Impossible To Digest'
NPR's Melissa Block talks to Charleston Mayor Joe Riley about the shootings at a historic black church on Wednesday. He says it is the saddest day in his 40 years as mayor.
When Charleston, S.C., Pastor Spoke, 'People Listened'
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with S.C. Rep. Bakari Sellers about the late Rev. Clementa Pinckney of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston who was a victim of Wednesday's shooting.
Despite Attack, Charleston, S.C., Congregation Remains Strong
Charleston mourns the loss of nine residents after a gunman shot them to death at a historic church Wednesday.
Pastor, 3 Other Ministers Among Victims Of Charleston, S.C., Shooting
Nine people were killed in Wednesday night's shooting at a church in Charleston, S.C. The Rev. Dr. Clementa Pinckney, three other ministers, and other members of the congregation are among the dead.
Pope Francis Uses Encyclical To Deliver Moral Message On Climate Change
NPR's Melissa Block speaks to John Carr of Georgetown University's Initiative on Catholic Thought and Public Life about Pope Francis' call to moral action on climate change.
In The West Bank, Facebook Posts Can Get You Arrested, Or Worse
A Palestinian man in Ramallah faces charges of insulting officials — based on his Facebook comments. This case and others point to the limits to free speech under the Palestinian Authority.
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