Originally published on Mon April 2, 2012 1:21 pm
On a recent evening, Les Enfants Terribles, a Paris restaurant that serves French cuisine cooked with halal meat, was brimming with customers.
Originally published on Mon April 2, 2012 4:12 pm
We can't tell you where Hussam and Rania live, but we can tell you they used to live in Syria's capital, Damascus.
Hussam was a creative director at a small marketing company he founded with a friend. Rania was the morning host for a radio station owned by the cousin of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Then came the protests all around Syria. Then came the phone call.
"The radio station called me, at home, and they said, 'Rania we have to say the truth,' " Rania says.
If you've spent any time around very young children, you know they can sometimes be pretty stinky. But particularly pungent urine in a child who is fussy or feverish could be a sign of infection.
Originally published on Mon April 2, 2012 1:00 pm
Syria will abide by the international peace plan and remove its troops from cities by April 10, Kofi Annan, the U.N. envoy to the country, told the Security Council.
The AP reports:
Originally published on Mon April 2, 2012 1:52 pm
Two "powerhouse" programs — Kansas and Kentucky.
Rosters full of potential NBA stars.
All the hype you would expect from an NCAA men's basketball championship.
But, alas, don't be surprised if there aren't as many "silky smooth jumpers" and other great shots as you might expect during tonight's big game, NPR's Mike Pesca reports.
Three things are working against the teams: