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Africa
3:45 am
Thu November 28, 2013

Church Shelters Those From Central African Republic Violence

Originally published on Thu November 28, 2013 4:11 am

David Greene talk to UNICEF Emergency Coordinator Bob McCarthy about the situation at a Catholic church in Bossangoa in the Central African Republic. Thousands of people are seeking shelter in the compound of the church. They are fleeing the violence that has engulfed the country after militias overthrew the government earlier this year.

World
3:45 am
Thu November 28, 2013

By Accident, Scientists Discover Lakes Beneath Greenland

Originally published on Thu November 28, 2013 4:34 am

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LINDA WERTHEIMER, HOST:

Flying to or from Europe, many a transatlantic traveler has gazed down at the brilliant white surface of Greenland and maybe wondered what is beneath those massive sheets of ice. Well, scientists have discovered jagged mountains, ravines that rival the Grand Canyon.

And now NPR's Richard Harris reports that for the first time they've come across some lakes under the ice as well.

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Middle East
3:45 am
Thu November 28, 2013

Secret Talks Pave Way For Interim Iranian Nuclear Deal

Originally published on Thu November 28, 2013 4:28 am

Linda Wertheimer talks to Laura Rozen, a reporter for Al-Monitor.com, about her reporting on the secret talks between the U.S. and Iran. Those talks preceded the interim nuclear deal reached in Geneva last weekend.

Africa
3:45 am
Thu November 28, 2013

Nigerian City Recovers After Militants Are Driven Out

Originally published on Thu November 28, 2013 4:17 am

The northeastern city Maiduguri is the birthplace of the Islamist militant movement Boko Haram. Until earlier this year, when President Goodluck Jonathan imposed a state of emergency in three northeastern states, the extremists regularly hit targets there.

Economy
3:45 am
Thu November 28, 2013

Greece's Economy Predicted To Shrink In 2014

Originally published on Thu November 28, 2013 4:08 am

The forecast, by the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, was issued on Wednesday. It contrasts with that of the Greek government which says the economy will grow next year.

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