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The United Arab Emirates says it will contribute $50.4 million to fund the restoration in the Iraqi city. UNESCO called it an "unprecedented cooperation to rebuild cultural heritage in Iraq."
24.04.2018 21:27
A commission appointed to investigate the events leading up to and the response to the shooting in Parkland, Fla., began work Tuesday. Among the first areas of focus was the lack of coordination between law enforcement, which hampered their response to the shootings.
24.04.2018 21:21
This week marks the 25th anniversary of the first real web browser, Mosaic, the tool that opened up the Internet to widespread use.
24.04.2018 21:21
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., about why the Senate confirmation hearing for President Trump's nominee to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, Ronny Jackson, has been delayed.
24.04.2018 21:21
Vermont dropped some charges against Jack Sawyer after the state supreme court ruled his alleged school shooting plot wasn't an attempted crime. Now state legislators are looking to rewrite the law.
24.04.2018 21:21
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with columnist Scott Gilmore about the non-violent arrest of the suspect in the Toronto van attack. Gilmore writes for the Canadian current affairs magazine Maclean's.
24.04.2018 21:21
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with contributing editor to The Atlantic, John Dickerson, about his new piece "The Hardest Job in the World," that looks at the job of the country's president.
24.04.2018 21:21
As the Supreme Court weighs the legality of the President's travel ban, immigrant rights advocates say the administration has already achieved the 'Muslim ban' Trump talked about during the campaign. Muslim immigration to the U.S. is down sharply in the past year.
24.04.2018 21:21
Closing arguments in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial took place Tuesday. He's accused of assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004, but five other women were allowed to testify about their own alleged assaults.
24.04.2018 21:21
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Joseph Bahout, a member of French President Macron's delegation. Bahout is a Middle East expert, and talks about Macron's agenda regarding the Iranian nuclear deal and Syria during his visit with President Trump.
24.04.2018 21:21
President Trump and French President Macron addressed their differences on the Iran nuclear agreement Tuesday as they took questions from reporters at the White House.
24.04.2018 21:21
For the first time in four years, the rate on the 10-year U.S. Treasury note crossed 3 percent. While it signals a stronger economy, it makes bonds more attractive investments, undermining stocks.
24.04.2018 20:51
Researchers investigate how the Bajau people of southeast Asia — aka "sea nomads" — can spend so much time under water without scuba gear as they hunt for seafood.
24.04.2018 20:50
Falcon pest control is gaining popularity, especially among eco-friendly farms. The raptors are trained to scare off pesky birds like starlings, which can cause thousands of dollars in crop damage.
24.04.2018 20:26
The fourth annual Tiny Desk Contest winner has been revealed. Get to know the Georgia-hailing guitarist who won over the hearts of our judges this year.
24.04.2018 19:53

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