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From Alabama To ISIS
NPR's Arun Rath speaks with Ellie Hall of Buzzfeed News about a Yemeni-American student named Hoda who left Alabama to join the so-called Islamic State in Syria.
In Kabul, An Uneasy Springtime Equilibrium
At the start of Afghanistan's "fighting season," officially declared by the Taliban on Friday, NPR producer Rebecca Hersher meets a group of boys who just want to fly their kites.
Behind The Scenes At Eric Holder's Last Day At The Justice Department
The outgoing Attorney General bade farewell to the Justice Department, where he's worked on and off since 1976.
Why Some Native Actors Quit 'Ridiculous Six'
NPR's Arun Rath speaks with Native American journalist Vincent Schiller about what led a group of Native American actors to walk off the set of Adam Sandler's Netflix movie — and why others stayed.
The Armenian Diaspora Remembers And Mourns
The largest Armenian population in the United States lives in Glendale, Calif. NPR's Arun Rath attended a vigil to commemorate the centennial of mass killings of Armenians by the Ottoman Empire.
Beauty Pill's 'Steven and Tiwonge' Is And Isn't A Protest Song
Chad Clark of the band Beauty Pill walks us through creating "Steven and Tiwonge," a song about a gay couple in Malawi sentenced to 14 years in prison for their sexuality.
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