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Freed From Boko Haram, Hostages Now Held By Nigeria's Military
The nearly 300 people rescued last month from Boko Haram are in military custody. There are suspicions that some are working with the extremist group. Renee Montagne talks to the AP's Michelle Faul.
U.S. Engagment Against ISIS Can't Be Timid, Retired Marine General Says
Steve Inskeep talks to retired Marine General Gregory Newbold about what the U.S. is doing right, or wrong, in its efforts to militarily contain the so-called Islamic State, also known as ISIS.
Revelations Of British Pedophile Ring Spur Flood Of Abuse Reports
There were whispers of a pedophile ring at the highest levels of British government. Revelations suggest those rumors had substance and that a culture of deference helped hide child abuse for decades.
U.S.-Cuba Talks To Resume On Re-Establishing Diplomatic Relations
The U.S.-Cuban thaw announced last December raised expectations of a new diplomatic relationship. But talks, which resume Thursday, are moving slowly on the first step: re-opening embassies.
U.S.: Venezuelan Officials Involved In Drug Trafficking, Money Laundering
Steve Inskeep talks to Juan Forero of The Wall Street Journal about his report that officials are being investigated for allegedly turning the country into a hub for cocaine and money laundering.
Sen. Rand Paul Ends 'Filibuster' Over NSA Surveillance Program
Rand Paul voiced his opposition to the Patriot Act, which authorizes bulk collection of Americans' phone records by the government. Paul says collecting the records is an assault on civil liberties.
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