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A giant parrot fish greets visitors at the main entrance to the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. A bit farther on are a tufted puffin seabir...
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Several decades ago, fans of comic books and science fiction and fantasy genres in the United States started dressing up as characters from ...
Experts: NATO Prepared to Defend Its Members
Recent events in Eastern Europe and rising tensions with Russia have revived the debate over NATO enlargement, which Moscow considers a prov...
Eye Charity Takes Airborne Healing to World
International charity Orbis is helping the visually impaired through a flying hospital staffed by volunteer doctors and medical workers. It...
Migrant Arrivals in Italy Soar as Amnesty Warns of Libya Abuses
The number of migrants arriving in Italy from North Africa more than doubled from April to May, according to the latest figures from the Eur...
Iraqi Peshmerga Appeal for More Weapons for Anti-IS Fight
Backed by U.S.-led coalition airstrikes, Iraqi Kurdish fighters known as Peshmerga have been at the front lines of the war against Islamic S...
South Sudan Rapper Speaks Out Despite Threats
For South Sudanese rapper Lual D'awol, music can be an act of political defiance.
For Britain’s Polish Workers, Brexit Threatens ‘British Dream’
The debate in advance of Britain’s June 23 referendum on whether it will leave or remain in the European Union has focused largely on immig...
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South Sudan War Vets Find New Life in Wheelchair Basketball
In Juba, South Sudan, veterans of the 22-year-long civil war with Sudan meet once a week to play wheelchair basketball. Disabled people in S...
IS Attracting Rising Numbers of Balkan Youth
Europe has been hard hit by Islamist attacks in France and Belgium, but there is also concern about radicalization on the continent itself. ...
Forget Office Cubicles, Try ‘Co-working’
When you think of a workspace, the cubicles in a traditional office are probably the first thing that comes to mind. Following Uber and Airb...
Clinton Expected to Clinch Democratic Presidential Nomination Tuesday
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Pakistan Enforces New Border Crossing Regulation on Afghans
Pakistan has introduced new policies along its border with Afghanistan, ostensibly to reduce cross-border terrorism. But the measures are al...
Asian Americans Underrepresented in News Media
Recent controversies surrounding Hollywood’s casting of white actors to play Asian characters have some people wondering why popular media ...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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