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As Global Economic Picture Dims, Solutions Seem Out of Reach | Voice of America

WASHINGTON - As global leaders gather on two continents to take account of a darkening economic outlook, this is the picture they face: Factories...

Pacific Fishermen Report Best King Salmon Season in Years | Voice of America

SAN FRANCISCO - Trolling off the California coast, Sarah Bates leans over the side of her boat and pulls out a long,...

Indonesia Arrests 34, Blocks Internet in Papua to Curb Protests | Voice of America

TIMIKA/JAKARTA, INDONESIA - Indonesia has arrested 34 people and cut internet access in its easternmost region of Papua to rein in violence after protesters...

Fallout Swift for Planned Parenthood After Quitting Program | Voice of America

SALT LAKE CITY - Planned Parenthood clinics in several states are charging new fees, tapping into financial reserves, intensifying fundraising and warning of more...

MALDEF Settles First Amendment Lawsuit Against School District

SACRAMENTO, CA – A federal court dismissed a First Amendment lawsuit today after a Northern California school district agreed to a settlement with a...

As Trump Questions US Jews’ Loyalty, Israeli PM Is Quiet | Voice of America

JERUSALEM - Israel's prime minister on Wednesday steered clear of Donald Trump's comments questioning the loyalty of American Jews who support the Democratic Party,...

US Drone Shot Down Over Yemen | Voice of America

PENTAGON - A U.S. MQ-9 drone was shot down over Yemen by Houthi rebels late Tuesday, a U.S. official told VOA. "It's the Houthis, but...
Ending Polio, Not Assured, But Seemingly In Progress

Ending Polio, Not Assured, But Seemingly In Progress

We may be a step closer to wiping polio off the face of the earth. The virus is a scourge that attacks children and...
Envoy Says US Ready to Restart North Korea Nuclear Talks | Voice of America

Envoy Says US Ready to Restart North Korea Nuclear Talks | Voice of America

U.S. envoy for North Korea Stephen Biegun says the Trump administration is ready to resume stalled negotiations over North Korea's nuclear program. Speaking Wednesday in...
Faced Wth Floods and Suicides, US Readies for Warmer World | Voice of America

Faced Wth Floods and Suicides, US Readies for Warmer World | Voice of America

ELLICOTT CITY, MARYLAND - Julia Sanger, whose tiny ice cream shop flooded twice in two years in Maryland's historic Ellicott City, joked darkly that...
Cours de change du franc CFA d’Afrique centrale

A Delegação da União Europeia no Brasil lançará um concurso, recorrendo a um procedimento...

A Delegação da União Europeia no Brasil lançará um concurso, recorrendo a um procedimento por negociação para contratação de uma empresa de Comunicação e...
In South Korea, a Small But Notable Backlash Against Trump | Voice of America

In South Korea, a Small But Notable Backlash Against Trump | Voice of America

SEOUL - It’s no secret U.S. President Donald Trump can sometimes be nicer to his country's perceived enemies than its friends. But Trump’s...
NASA Data: Russia's Norilsk and S. African Coal Town Kriel Top SO2 Emissions Hot Spots | Voice of America

NASA Data: Russia’s Norilsk and S. African Coal Town Kriel Top SO2 Emissions Hot...

JOHANNESBURG - Russia's Norilsk smelter complex and a town in South Africa's eastern coal mining province have the highest sulphur dioxide (SO2) emissions...
Romney Says Climate Change Happening, Humans Contribute | Voice of America

Romney Says Climate Change Happening, Humans Contribute | Voice of America

WASHINGTON - U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney said Monday that he believes climate change is happening and human activity is a significant contributor. During a...

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