'The Body And The Blood' Follows Exodus Of Christians In The Middle East

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A board at Heathrow Airport in London displays a slew of cancellations for British Airways flights on Saturday. An IT systems failure laid waste to flyers' plans at the U.K.'s two major airports over the weekend, and the situation is yet to be completely resolved as of Monday. Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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French President Emmanuel Macron (right) and Russian President Vladimir Putin walk in the Galerie des Batailles (Gallery of Battles) at the Palace of Versailles as they arrive for a joint press conference following their meeting near Paris on Monday. Stephane de Sakutin/AP hide caption

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A new ad in India shows women mocking men who answer nature's call in nature. It's part of a national effort to encourage men to put a toilet in the family home. Astral Pipes/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Morning News Brief: Kushner And Russia Reports, Europe Tries To Go It Alone

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Musicians Lead Protest Against Brazil's President

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New Show 'Black Crows' To Tell Stories Of Life Under ISIS

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France And Germany Stake Out New Priorities After Trump Visit

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Philippine Military Tries To Regain Control Of City From ISIS Allies

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Dali Shonia, left, and Tariel Kolbaia were among the half-dozen protesters asking for new houses. Kolbaia threatened to light himself on fire if the Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons did not address the protesters' demands. Stephanie Joyce/NPR hide caption

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Uprooted By Conflict, Stuck In Limbo, Yearning For A Place To Call Home

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