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Mar 02, 2015
What It's Like To Be Young And Muslim In Europe

Members of the Muslim minority communities In Britain, France and Germany discuss their feelings about how they fit into the culture of the countries in which they reside.

Mar 02, 2015
Health Experts Don't Always Sanitize Their Hands, Data Show

A massive analysis of hospital data finds doctors and nurses are not following guidelines on washing their hands before and after they come into contact with patients.

Mar 02, 2015
50 Years Ago, Selma's Bloody Sunday Sparked Voting Rights Act

The year 1965 was an important one for civil rights. One of the biggest events happened in Selma, Alabama. It was in March, 50 years ago, that peaceful marchers were attacked by Alabama state troopers at the Edmund Pettus Bridge. It became known as Bloody Sunday and later led to the passage of the Voting Rights Act.

Mar 02, 2015
Euthanasia Is Illegal In Chile; Young Patient Wants Right To Die

In Chile, a 14-year-old girl suffering from cystic fibrosis has posted an online video asking the country's president to allow her to die. The case prompted a raging discussion on assisted suicide.

Mar 02, 2015
Russians March In Memory Of Murdered Opposition Leader Nemtsov

Boris Nemtsov, an outspoken critic of President Putin, was shot and killed in Moscow on Friday. David Greene talks to NPR's Corey Flintoff and independent political analyst Masha Lipman.

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