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7:52 am
Wed March 4, 2015

Researchers Explain Why Indian Cuisine Is Exquisite

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World
7:52 am
Wed March 4, 2015

2 Stories Of Law And Order

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Middle East
5:16 am
Wed March 4, 2015

How Jewish Should Israel Be? 2 Israelis Voters Have Answers

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Europe
4:57 am
Wed March 4, 2015

Without Apprenticeships, Migrant Germans Lack Career Opportunties

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NPR Story
4:53 am
Wed March 4, 2015

Did Netanyahu's Capitol Hill Speech Affect Nuclear Talks In Switzerland?

Originally published on Wed March 4, 2015 9:09 am

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The Salt
4:40 pm
Tue March 3, 2015

Tea Tuesdays: Kenyan Farmers See Green In The Color Purple

Three varieties of Kenyan purple tea from What-Cha: silver needle purple varietal white tea (from left), hand-rolled purple varietal oolong, steamed purple varietal green tea-style tea.
Jeff Koehler for NPR

Originally published on Wed March 4, 2015 10:21 am

Across the picturesque highlands of Kenya's Great Rift Valley, fields of tea shimmer in shades of emerald, lime and moss under the equatorial sky.

Some of these fields, though, are now darkened with patches of purple. The purple comes from leaves with high levels of anthocyanins, natural pigments that also give cranberries, blueberries and grapes their color.

These purple leaves are Africa's newest — and most intriguing — tea.

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Parallels
4:34 pm
Tue March 3, 2015

In France, Young Muslims Often Straddle Two Worlds

Ismael Medjdoub grew up in one of Paris' banlieues. He spends up to two hours a day commuting from his home in Tremblay en France to work and to school at the prestigious Sorbonne in Paris.
Bilal Qureshi NPR

Originally published on Thu March 5, 2015 10:40 am

The French, with their national motto of "liberty, equality, fraternity," are so against religious and ethnic divisions that the government doesn't even collect this kind of data on its citizens, but it's believed that nearly 40 percent of the country's 7 million Muslims live in and around Paris.

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Commentary
4:10 pm
Tue March 3, 2015

Debate About French Muslim Identity Plays Out In Hip-Hop

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U.S.
4:10 pm
Tue March 3, 2015

Netanyahu Urges U.S. To Hold Out For Better Nuclear Deal With Iran

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Europe
4:10 pm
Tue March 3, 2015

Life Still Uncomfortable For Many Of France's Jews

Originally published on Tue March 3, 2015 6:25 pm

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