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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

People sing the Ukrainian national anthem during a pro-Ukraine rally on April 15, 2014. (DIMITAR DILKOFF/AFP/Getty)

Ukraine Uses Force to Push Back Separatists | Ford Celebrates Mustang Anniversary Amid Changing Industry | Saturn Just Birthed a Baby Moon. How Does that Happen? | Boko Haram Continues Reign of Terror With Abductions, Explosions | This Is Where: 'All Arms Are Open' | A Bombing, a Neighborhood and a Community Forever Changed

Ukraine Uses Force to Push Back Separatists

Tensions in Eastern Ukraine have escalated, and some are saying the nation is on the brink of civil war. One public radio Ukraine correspondent fills us in on the escalating violence.

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The Future of the Mustang & the Auto Industry

Fifty years ago this week Ford Motor Company unveiled the Mustang. Ford is remembering that day in the company's history amid the changing future of the American auto industry.

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Saturn Just Birthed a Baby Moon Named 'Peggy'

New images NASA received from the Cassini spacecraft seem to show the small moon being born, a little icy rock dubbed “Peggy.”

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In Nigeria, Boko Haram Continues Reign of Terror

On Monday, a car bomb detonated during rush hour and killed at least 75, and many blamed Boko Haram, the Nigerian-based terrorist group, which was also likely behind the abduction of more than 100 school girls.

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This Is Where: 'All Arms Are Open'

It's National Poetry month and our friends at WLRN have launched a poetry project they're calling "This Is Where." We've asked you to submit your own poems about places that have had meaning. 

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Boston: A Community Forever Changed

Three local Boston area residents who didn't know each other were invited for a conversation about their changing community. They recount how the bombings a year ago changed the streets where they live.

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