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Tsunami's Ghosts Haunt Japanese Earthquake Survivors
After the 2011 tsunami in Japan, there was a jump in the number of people believing they were possessed. NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Richard Lloyd Parry of the Times of London about this story.
Authors Tighten Up Their Stories For Twitter Fiction Festival
Can fiction really be told in 140 characters or less? NPR's Rachel Martin asks best-selling author Brad Meltzer, who participated in this year's Twitter Fiction Festival, that very question.
Making Your Device Your Best Travel Companion
With all the travel apps to pick from, how do you know which ones to are the most useful? NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Tom Samiljan, tech correspondent for Travel and Leisure magazine.
Saudi Aid Boost To Syrian Rebels Puts Jordan At Risk
Convoys of humanitarian aid trucks from Saudi Arabia are rolling through Jordan toward Syria. That puts Jordan in a precarious situation on the front line of the war.
When Loved Ones Go Missing, Ambiguity Can Hold Grief Captive
As families of those on the missing jetliner struggle to get answers, one grief counselor says moving forward requires accepting the unknown. But right now, she says, they're in survival mode.
Eastern Sounds Go West
Some prominent musicians from the Arab world have been trading notes with European artists — and DJ Betto Arcos has been paying close attention.
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