In Algeria And Sudan, Protesters Reject Military Rule In Regime Transitions

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MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: Finally today, let's talk about tap dance. And we're not talking about politicians trying to get out of answering hard questions. And we're not even talking about another image you might have of old guys in tuxedos from the 1940s. No, we're talking about the Syncopated Ladies, an all-female tap squad that has become an Internet sensation for their tight moves set to popular music, think Prince and Beyonce. (SOUNDBITE OF SYNCOPATED LADIES PERFORMANCE) MARTIN: You might have caught them on the TV show "So You Think You Can Dance" or featured on Beyonce's home page. Two sisters, Maud and Chloe Arnold, founded the group. They're here in Washington, D.C., this weekend for their annual concert and showcase. So we thought this was a good...

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In Algeria And Sudan, Protesters Reject Military Rule In Regime Transitions

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