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Happy Ann-iversary! 15 top moments from 15 years

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  Highlights from Ann’s TODAY career
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Ann Curry announces new role at NBC News

Curry willl lead a new NBC News team as TODAY Anchor at Large and National and International correspondent, covering stories around the globe.

Pakistan

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Mukhtar's Mission: Watch full segment

  Dateline NBC joins New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof as he reports on one Pakistani woman's struggle for justice and her determination to change the lives of women around her.

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Iran

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A day in the life of Iran’s president

  TODAY’s Ann Curry is in Iran, where she was given exclusive, behind-the-scenes access to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, one of the world’s most secretive and controversial leaders.

Ahmadinejad refuses to rule out weapons
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Serbia

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    Serbia's mental institutions a relic of the past

    A generation ago, mentally disabled people were often quietly sent away to bleak  government institutions, left to live out their days on the isolated fringes of society. Halfway across the world in Serbia, the conditions haven't improved.

    Shunned: Photos from inside Serbia's mental institutions

    Congo

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      Armed and victimized: Congo's child soldiers

      Transcript: The image of two teenage boys playing serenely is a picture of peace uncommon in eastern Congo — and deceptive. Because it masks some of the worst horrors of a vicious ethnic war for land and resources: a war often fought with children.

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      A journey once impossible

        July 3: Tobha Nzima lost her 8-year-old son and two partners to AIDS and was near death herself, but after taking free antiretroviral drugs she got better. Tobha's story and many others are depicted by Magnum photographers.