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Sharks Might Not Be To Blame In North Carolina Attacks
North Carolina beaches usually see one shark attack a summer, if any. This year, they've already seen seven. NPR's Lynn Neary speaks with George Burgess of the International Shark Attack File.
Diversify Your Playlist And Find The Song Of The Summer
As of now, there's no frontrunner for Song of the Summer. Ann Powers, NPR Music's critic and correspondent, talks to NPR's Lynn Neary about the open field and some songs that shouldn't be overlooked.
With Referendum Looming, Greeks Ponder Their Personal Prospects
The fate of Greece depends on a yes or no vote. NPR's Lynn Neary speaks with elementary teacher Stathis Kirillidis and start-up cofounder Thanos Kosmidis about how the vote could affect their future.
Reforms May Help North Korea Survive An Imminent Drought
North Korea is facing the worst drought in a century. NPR's Lynn Neary speaks with Greg Scarlatoui of the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea.
Scottish Village Bans Bananas For Boat Festival
A village of Portsoy is reviving an old seamen's superstition by banning bananas during it's annual boat festival. NPR's Lynn Neary talks to festival chairman Roger Goodyear.
The Week In Sports: The World Cup Conclusion
England took bronze Saturday in the Women's World Cup. NPR's Lynn Neary talks to Mike Pesca of Slate's The Gist podcast about Sunday's final game to decide who will win gold.
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