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As Israel and Hamas continue to negotiate, NPR's A Martinez asks Middle East scholar Shibley Telhami how hostages and prisoners have been used in the long-term conflict.
Israelis and Palestinians are waiting to see how much longer the cease-fire could be extended, and how many more hostages and prisoners will go home.
A handwritten lyric sheet for two of his songs will be auctioned off in the U.K. on Tuesday. It includes notes on the 1972 track "Suffragette City." The page is expected to go for over $100,000.
The New Orleans native was best known for her 1971 hit single, "Mr. Big Stuff." The song reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was nominated for a Grammy in 1972.
The Netherlands is the latest country in Europe to give a far-right party the most votes in a national election, though not enough to govern. Concern over migration is often cited as the cause.
Israel and Hamas agree to extend Gaza truce. Vermont man accused of shooting three students of Palestinian origin charged with attempted murder. There are fewer than 50 days until the Iowa caucuses.
In the 1960s and 70s, Marty Krofft and his older brother Sid made trippy children's shows with huge, oddball puppets. They created shows such as H.R. Pufnstuf and Land of the Lost.
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to author Suleika Jaouad and musician Jon Batiste about his music career, her returning cancer and their marriage — at the heart of the Netflix documentary American Symphony.
After the war with Hamas began, Israel warned Palestinians in north Gaza to flee to south. Families fled homes in north Gaza for the south — only to find their lives are still in danger.
The war has led to wild ups and downs for some small businesses. A Mediterranean restaurant in Washington, D.C., which is owned by Israelis, was hit with a boycott and then an outpouring of support.
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