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Tagged with “last week” (8)

  1. Pope Francis Suggests Translation Change To The Lord’s Prayer : NPR

    Last week, Pope Francis weighed in on how the line "lead us not into temptation" in the Lord’s Prayer might be improved. NPR’s Robert Siegel speaks with Rev. James Martin,

    editor-at-large of America Magazine, about the translation changes Pope Francis has proposed.

    https://www.npr.org/2017/12/11/569983706/pope-francis-suggests-translation-change-to-the-lords-prayer

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  2. MPR Cutting Ties With Longtime Business Partner Garrison Keillor : NPR

    Last week, Minnesota Public Radio announced it was severing ties with Prairie Home Companion host Garrison Keillor. Separating long-term business arrangements also carries emotional baggage.

    https://www.npr.org/2017/12/07/569222240/mpr-cutting-ties-with-longtime-business-partner-garrison-keillor

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  3. Japan’s Hokkaido Island Prepares For North Korean Missiles With Drills : Parallels : NPR

    Last week, a North Korean missile flew over Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido. Normally a peaceful place known for its ski resorts, its residents are rethinking the threat.

    http://www.npr.org/sections/parallels/2017/09/08/549360220/in-hokkaido-being-in-north-korea-s-missile-flight-path-means-cold-war-era-drills

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  4. ‘Unite The Right’: Charlottesville Rally Represented Collection Of Alt-Right Groups : NPR

    Last weekend, white supremacists gathered in Charlottesville, Va., under one banner: "Unite the Right." But in reality, it was a patchwork of different alt-right groups attempting to show a unified front. NPR’s Audie Cornish talks with Professor George Hawley of the University of Alabama about the current landscape of alt-right organizations.

    http://www.npr.org/2017/08/15/543730227/unite-the-right-charlottesville-rally-represented-collection-of-alt-right-groups

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  5. Massachusetts Goes Dutch To Protect Cyclists From Injury : NPR

    Last week, Massachusetts became the first state to promote the Dutch Reach — a method that originated in the Netherlands to prevent injuring a cyclist from opening the car door. The technique requires using the far hand from the door rather than the one that’s closest.

    http://www.npr.org/2017/06/05/531629183/massachusetts-goes-dutch-to-protect-cyclists-from-injury

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  6. Massachusetts Goes Dutch To Protect Cyclists From Injury : NPR

    Last week, Massachusetts became the first state to promote the Dutch Reach — a method that originated in the Netherlands to prevent injuring a cyclist from opening the car door. The technique requires using the far hand from the door rather than the one that’s closest.

    http://www.npr.org/2017/06/05/531629183/massachusetts-goes-dutch-to-protect-cyclists-from-injury

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  7. Cambodian Government Closes Investigation Into Murder Of Activist : NPR

    In Cambodia, the brutal murder of a prominent activist and government critic six months ago shocked many. But the whitewash that’s followed hasn’t surprised anyone in a country where the culture of impunity remains strong. Last week, investigators closed their case and said they have the man who did it. But many say it’s just the latest in a series of murders of political opponents in the run up to elections later this year.

    http://www.npr.org/2017/01/03/508075250/cambodian-government-closes-investigation-into-murder-of-activist

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  8. Amid Economic Crisis, Venezuelans Try To Find Food In Colombia : NPR

    Last week the Venezuelan government reopened its border with Colombia for the first time in over a year, allowing Venezuelans to cross in search of supplies. The AP’s Hannah Dreier has an update.

    http://www.npr.org/2016/08/14/489997269/amid-economic-crisis-venezuelans-try-to-find-food-in-colombia

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  9. Car-Battery Cooking Is Actually A Bad Idea — Here Are Some Better Ones : NPR

    Last weekend we offered some bad advice about using your car battery to cook cake in a tin. That’s dangerous. The Sporkful host Dan Pashman tells Rachel Martin about safer ways to eat on the road.

    http://www.npr.org/2016/08/14/489964093/car-battery-cooking-is-actually-a-bad-idea-here-are-some-better-ones

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