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NPR News: 06-05-2022 11PM ET

NPR News: 06-05-2022 11PM ET
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NPR News: 06-05-2022 10PM ET

NPR News: 06-05-2022 10PM ET
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Stories from NPR : NPR: Catholic church closures spread in the Northeast and Midwest. Not all are upset

Catholic churches are closing and merging in response to dropping participation and giving. It’s a trend exacerbated and accelerated by COVID-19 and will affect U.S. worship life for years to come.

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Stories from NPR : NPR: Kyiv opera house reopens after 3 months

Ukraine’s National Opera was built to celebrate Russian opera at the height of the imperial era. Performances were suspended after the war began but have recently re-started.

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Stories from NPR : NPR: Immigrants are suing the U.S. government over delays in citizenship process

A group of immigrants say their U.S. citizenship applications are stuck in storage. NPR’s Elissa Nadworny discusses why with attorney Kate Melloy Goettel.

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Stories from NPR : NPR: Indie-pop band Lucius talks new album ‘Second Nature’

NPR’s Elissa Nadworny sits down with the two frontwomen of Lucius, Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe, to talk about their latest album.

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Stories from NPR : NPR: Jan. 6 hearings hit primetime TV this week

NPR’s Elissa Nadworny speaks with Harry Litman, a law professor and former DOJ official, about the upcoming hearings from the committee investigating the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

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10PM ET 06/05/2022 Newscast

10PM ET 06/05/2022 Newscast

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100 days of war in Ukraine – podcast

On 24 February Russia began its assault on Ukraine. The explosions that day marked the end of an era in Europe and changed the lives of millions for ever. Michael Safi talks to Vlodomor Ksienich and Kyrylo Demchenko, two of thousands of young Ukrainians who answered a call to protect their country, as well as hearing from Guardian correspondents Emma Graham-Harrison and Shaun Walker, who have been reporting on the ground

On 24 February, the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, announced a ‘special military operation’ aimed at the ‘demilitarisation and denazification’ of Ukraine. It was the the end of three decades of peace between Europe’s major powers.

Over the past 100 days thousands of Ukrainians have lost their lives and millions have fled their country in the fastest-growing refugee crisis in Europe since the second world war. Today in Focus host Michael Safi talks to Vlodomor Ksienich and Kyrylo Demchenko, who overnight became one of the thousands of young Ukrainians who answered a call to protect their country.

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NPR News: 06-05-2022 9PM ET

NPR News: 06-05-2022 9PM ET
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