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Fethullah Gulen sits in a room at his compound in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania. He has lived in exile in the United States since the late 1990s. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan blames Gulen for last year's failed coup and is seeking his extradition. Bryan Thomas for NPR hide caption

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Cleric Accused Of Plotting Turkish Coup Attempt: 'I Have Stood Against All Coups'

Nearing the anniversary of the coup attempt in Turkey, Fethullah Gulen tells NPR's Robert Siegel that if he were to be extradited, he'd "go willingly." As for Turkey's president: "I want to spit in his face."

A photograph of Jaluit Atoll was published in Umi no seimeisen : Waga nannyou no sugata, a photo book in Japan's national library. The book's publication date is listed as 1935. National Diet Library Digital Collections hide caption

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Japanese Blogger Points Out Timeline Flaw In Supposed Earhart Photo

An undated photo in the U.S. National Archives ignited speculation that Amelia Earhart survived her 1937 crash. But the same photo appears in a book published two years before Earhart disappeared.

Eloise's dog, Weenie, wasn't always a pug, as evidenced by this 1954 Hilary Knight drawing. Collection of Hilary Knight/ Copyright Kay Thompston/ New York Historical Society hide caption

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Book News & Features

'Eloise At The Museum' Tells The Story Behind The Beloved Mischief-Maker

The 6-year-old children's book character struck a chord when she debuted in the 1950s. Now a new exhibition shines a light on how Eloise came to be.

'Eloise At The Museum' Tells The Story Behind The Beloved Mischief-Maker

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French President Emmanuel Macron speaks a Press conference after a meeting of European Union leaders at the Chancellery on June 29, 2017 in Berlin, Germany. Michele Tantussi/Getty Images hide caption

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Commentary: Macron Got A Lot Wrong About Africa ... But Made One Good Point

In answering a reporter's question, the French president characterized Africa as a continent of failing states with high birth rates. Viviane Rutabingwa shares her perspective.

There's a severe shortage of professional mental health care providers in Texas. Peer specialists — certified and paid — have begun to bridge the gap. Texas is one of more than 35 states that finance peer services through Medicaid. Martin Barraud/Getty Images hide caption

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In Texas, People With Mental Illness Are Finding Work Helping Peers

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Giving people who have serious mental illness peer support has proved so helpful that some states are starting to pay these peer specialists to bridge the gap when there aren't enough professionals.

In Texas, People With Mental Illness Are Finding Work Helping Peers

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A young woman wears the niqab, or full face veil, as she sits in a park in Brussels in 2010. On Tuesday, the European Court of Human Rights upheld Belgium's 2011 ban on wearing partial or full face veils in public. Yves Logghe/AP hide caption

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European Court Of Human Rights Upholds Belgium's Ban On Full-Face Veils

The 2011 law, which bars wearing clothing that "partially or totally covers the face" in public, had come under fire for allegedly violating Muslim women's rights to privacy and freedom of religion.

Hundreds of pro-EU supporters gather on Whitehall on the first anniversary of the Brexit referendum to protest against the process of Britain leaving the European Union. Wiktor Szymanowicz/Barcroft Media via Getty Images hide caption

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In Britain, New Dating Apps Let Brexit Opponents 'Remain' With Each Other

Voting in favor of the Brexit referendum has proved to be a dating deal-breaker for many who wanted Britain to stay in the European Union. New dating apps connect those seeking other pro-EU voters.

In Britain, New Dating Apps Let Brexit Opponents 'Remain' With Each Other

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Steve Whitmire sits beside his famous colleague Kermit the Frog, the puppet he voiced for 27 years, at the 2015 Comic-Con in San Diego. Tonya Wise/Tonya Wise/Invision/AP hide caption

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After 27 Years, Kermit The Frog Is Getting A New Voice

Puppeteer Steve Whitmire has voiced the iconic star of the Muppets since 1990, when he took over after show creator Jim Henson's death. Now, Muppets veteran Matt Vogel is assuming the mantle.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (from left), IOC President Thomas Bach and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo raise hands Tuesday in Lausanne, Switzerland, after the IOC voted the cities can work out a deal to host the 2024 and 2028 Olympics. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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IOC Expects To Award Paris And Los Angeles 2024 And 2028 Olympics

Paris and Los Angeles are the only remaining contestants for 2024 after four other cities dropped out. The committee's decision means the 2024 loser can avoid mounting an arduous new bid for 2028.

"I lost the first good novel I ever wrote to a computer disaster. It happened at a crucial time in my life, when I was still figuring out if I could even do this thing — become a writer." Katie Edwards/Getty Images/Ikon Images hide caption

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All Tech Considered

A Novelist Forces Himself To Press On After Losing 100 Pages In A Tech Glitch

Fresh Air

Mat Johnson's recent hard-drive failure wasn't the first time he experienced data loss. This time, despite losing more work than ever before, he's less panicked: "I can write new words," he says.

A Novelist Forces Himself To Press On After Losing 100 Pages In A Tech Glitch

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Indian paramilitary troopers search the bags of Hindu pilgrims during the annual pilgrimage to the shrine at Amarnath cave on Tuesday. Security forces protect the pilgrims, but police say the bus that was attacked was not authorized and thus not protected. Tauseef Mustafa/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Militants Kill 7 Pilgrims In Kashmir — But The Pilgrimage Carries On

A bus came under gunfire Monday evening in the disputed region. Indian politicians condemned the violence Tuesday, yet praised the actions of the driver who carried the rest of the pilgrims to safety.

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