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60 Million People Displaced By World Conflicts, U.N. Refugee Agency Says
The United Nation's refugee agency says there is a record number of people uprooted by war, conflict and persecution: nearly 60 million.
Charleston, S.C., Church Formed Around Anti-Slavery Movement
The Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., has a rich history closely tied to political activism. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Rev. Stephen Singleton about the 200-year-old congregation.
Obama On Charleston Shooting: I've Made This Kind Of Speech 'Too Many Times'
President Obama reacted Thursday to Wednesday night's mass shooting at an African-American church in Charleston, S.C. He said that he's had to make this kind of statement "too many times" during his presidency.
Small Cafe Offers Refuge To Desperate Migrants Entering Bulgaria On Foot
The Syrian refugees streaming across the border into Bulgaria have proved a boon for one kebab house. It's one spot in Europe where desperate migrants have found work and a welcome.
Authorities Arrest Suspect in South Carolina Church Shooting
Police say they have arrested Dylann Roof, the 21-year-old suspect, in Shelby, N.C. Robert Costa of The Washington Post joins Renee Montagne to offer the latest on the investigation.
Local Official: Charleston Residents Somber In Wake Of 'Unthinkable' Shooting
For the latest on how Charleston, S.C., residents are reacting to the shooting at a local church, which killed nine people, Renee Montagne speaks with Charleston County Council member Henry Darby.
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