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Sun March 1, 2015

After Delays, Jury Selection To Wrap Up In Boston Bombing Trial

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Around the Nation
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Sun March 1, 2015

In Fourth Year Of Drought, Many Calif. Farms Won't Get Federal Water

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Iraq
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Sun March 1, 2015

ISIS Destroys Objects That Record Region's History Of Cultural Diversity

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Middle East
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Sun March 1, 2015

Israelis See Netanyahu's U.S. Speech As Last-Ditch Pitch For Votes

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Parallels
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Sun March 1, 2015

Spain's Muslim Business Owners Feel Squeezed By New Zoning Proposals

Muslim men attend Friday prayers at La Pau Islamic Center in Tarragona, a Mediterranean coastal town where Muslims comprise about 10 percent of the population.
Lauren Frayer NPR

Originally published on Sun March 1, 2015 7:44 am

Spain's Mediterranean coast is home to the country's biggest Muslim community. And in one town there, local politicians have proposed new zoning laws that have people pondering what it means to be Spanish, or Muslim, or both.

Ruling conservatives in the town of Tarragona want to limit the number of kebab shops and Internet cafes in the town center, keeping them 500 yards apart to "protect traditional Spanish businesses" and prevent what they call ghettos.

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