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Objects from the Past Evolve into Futuristic Robots
Old vacuum cleaners and car parts find new life in robots
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As Russians Protest to Save Navalny, Nationwide Turnout is Key
In Russia, thousands took to the streets in Moscow and across the country to protest the continued detention of jailed — and reportedly ailing — opposition leader Alexey Navalny, now on the third
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Remembering Walter Mondale’s ‘Good Fight’
Mondale, who characterized himself as 'an old liberal,' said he had no regrets about his career #WalterMondale
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Environmentalists Warn Dead Sea is Shrinking
As the world observes Earth Day later this week, Israeli environmentalists worry that the Dead Sea, the lowest place on Earth, is disappearing.
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The Week in Space
NASA makes history on Mars, and a new commander takes over the International Space Station #internationalspacestation #SpaceJunk #mars
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Biden Sets Ambitious CO2 Target at Virtual Global Summit on Climate Change
President Joe Biden has kicked off a two-day virtual global Summit on Climate with a pledge to substantially reduce U.S.
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Minneapolis Friends, Neighbors Share Memories of Floyd
Those who knew him intimately welcomed Derek Chauvin's conviction but continue to mourn the loss of their friend #GeorgeFloyd
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Massive Sinkholes Open Across Turkish Farmland
Massive sinkholes opened across the breadbasket of the Turkish plains, worrying farmers as the sinkholes creep closer to residential homes.
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Israel Troops Mobilize at Border With Syria
Israeli troops and artillery mobilized in the annexed Golan Heights, Thursday, April 22, as cross-border strikes raise tensions between Israel and Syria.
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Hundreds March Against Military Takeover in Myanmar
Hundreds of locals and students marched through the streets of Myanmar’s Dawei, as protests against February’s military coup continue, Thursday, April 22.
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India’s Hospitals Buckle Under Second Pandemic Wave
Doctors say it is India’s worst public health emergency as hospitals run desperately short of beds, oxygen and key drugs
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Relocating from Big City to Small Town During COVID Times
Meet a family who moved from San Diego, California to a small town in Nevada in search of a simpler life
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Citizen Scientists Worldwide Collect Environmental Data for NASA
Volunteers use mobile phones to share height and width of local trees
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Biden's Earth Day Summit Aims for Reset on Climate Change
The United States is in a precarious position internationally after the Trump administration withdrew from the UN Paris climate agreement
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Kenyan Ladies’ Soccer Clubs’ Goal to Reduce Teen Pregnancy
They became so good they are about to join Kenya's professional women's soccer league
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Biden Under Pressure to Improve Global Vaccine Equity
White House won’t say if it supports waiving patent requirements to allow countries to produce generic vaccines
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Chauvin Case Ends in Rare Police Conviction
Advocates call for police reform, stricter use-of-force rules
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Russian Protesters, Human Rights Leaders Fear for Navalny’s Life
Human rights leaders are calling for the US and other Western countries to hold Russian President Vladimir Putin accountable before opposition leader Alexey Navalny dies without access to
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World Reacts to Chauvin's Conviction in Floyd's Death
Police killing of George Floyd triggered ‘Black Lives Matter’ protests across globe; many activists say conviction of Derek Chauvin is one step toward justice      #GeorgeFloyd #DerekChauvin
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FACT CHECK: Venezuela’s VP Says Rich Countries Are Not Giving Vaccines for Free. They Are.
In a televised speech on April 7, Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodriguez echoed the concerns voiced earlier this year by United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres about unequal global
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New Delhi Muslims Bury Dead as COVID-19 Deaths Climb in India
Muslims in New Delhi continue to bury their dead in an overcrowded graveyard, Wednesday, April 21, as coronavirus deaths there continue to reach new heights.
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U.S. Pullout from Afghanistan | Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren
This week on “Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren" for Wednesday, April 21, 2021: “U.S.
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Police Detain Navalny Supporters in Russia
Police detained eight people in the Russian city of Magadan, Wednesday, April 21, as protests erupted throughout the city over Alexei Navalny’s failing health.
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Thick Ash Layer Blankets St. Vincent Villages
The volcanic eruption on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent has blanketed the nearby forest and villages in ash, as seen in United Nations footage released Tuesday, April 21.
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Cameroonian Startup Creates Soil Analysis Kit for Farming Efficiency
An engineer creates technology to help farmers assess soil quality #Cameroon
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Hungry Ramadan: Refugees in Turkey See Steep Decline in Holiday Charity
Some families say they will try to flee to Europe — again — despite increasing danger #Turkey
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COVID-19, BLM Create New Interest, Opportunities for African Artists
Themes of suffering and hope, death and the afterlife infuse new work presented by Los Angeles outpost of Nigerian contemporary art gallery
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During Ramadan, Somalia's Displaced People Rely on Kindness of Others
Somalia's capital is home to more than 500,000 internally displaced people surviving in makeshift dwellings, amid a surge in COVID-19 infections  #Mogadishu #ramadan
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Democrats Push to Counter State-Level Voting Restrictions
The US state of Georgia is at the center of a national debate over alleged voter suppression
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