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Egyptian Singer, Meet Burundi Bassist. Play Among Yourselves!
The musicians who live in countries along the Nile rarely got to meet — until the Nile Project came along. Now they learn from each other, make records together and are currently touring the U.S.
Why Russia's Economic Slump Has Been Good For London
Britain's financial community was worried last year when the West began imposing sanctions on Russia. It turns out that only encouraged wealthy Russians to pump more money into Britain.
Apple Planning To Offer 'Skinny' TV Service, Reports Say
NPR's Don Gonyea interviews Meg James, a corporate media reporter for the Los Angeles Times, about reports that say Apple plans to offer a "skinny" package of channels for cable cord cutters.
Analysis Reveals Record Number Of FOIA Requests Filed Last Year
NPR's Don Gonyea speaks with Ted Bridis, investigative editor at the Associated Press, about the increasing amount of U.S. requests for government information under the Freedom of Information Act.
In Tikrit Offensive, Local Sunnis, Shiite Militias Are Unlikely Allies
The main forces fighting the self-declared Islamic State in Tikrit, Iraq, are Iran-backed Iraqi Shiite militias. Despite decades-long animosity between the nations, local Sunnis are joining them.
Prepare To Weep: 'Little Life' Follows 4 Friends' Path To Redemption
In Hanya Yanagihara's deeply moving novel, a group of college friends rise, lose their bearings, fall in love, squabble and wrestle with life's tragedies in New York City.
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