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Syria’s Aleppo Airport Restarts Flights as Fighting Continues Nearby2020-02-20
A passenger jet landed in the Syrian city of Aleppo Wednesday from Damascus. It was the first commercial flight between Syria’s two largest cities since 2012.
Photographers Document King Tides2020-02-19
Vacationers, nature lovers and other people are using their cameras to document the effects of extreme high tides.
Apple Lowers Sales Goals Because of Coronavirus Outbreak2020-02-19
Computer maker Apple is warning investors that it will not meet its three-month financial goal because of the coronavirus outbreak in China.
US Companies Bought Fewer Robots in 20192020-02-18
American companies put fewer robots in place during 2019 than they did the year before, Reuters news agency reports. That is the first decrease in shipped robots since 2015.
Dogs Smell Crop Disease Affecting Citrus Trees2020-02-17
New research suggests that dogs might be able to help save diseased citrus trees.A group of scientists trained dogs to use their sense of smell to detect a crop disease called citrus greening.
Scientists Aim to Explore Area of Life 1000 Meter Under the Sea2020-02-17
A team of scientists plans to explore a little-known part of the ocean to search for new sea life and to investigate the effects of pollution and climate change.
African Students Appeal for Help Leaving China as Coronavirus Spreads2020-02-14
Thousands of African students in China are watching as the coronavirus continues to spread. They are hoping that their governments will get them out of China soon.
Shrinking Country: Serbia Struggles with Falling Population2020-02-14
Uros Trainovic remembers when his small village in eastern Serbia was home to about 200 families.
Iran Marks 41 Years of Islamic Revolution2020-02-12
Hundreds of thousands of Iranians marked 41 years since the Islamic Revolution in the country as tensions with the U.S. and the world remain high.
US Agency Says Rebuilding Afghanistan Cost Thousands Of Lives2020-02-12
Rebuilding efforts in Afghanistan have left 5,135 people killed or injured since 2002, a new report by a U.S. government group says.
Japan Intensifying Pressure on China in the South China Sea
Hologram of Former US President Goes on Display
Being Killed for Their Work is a Growing Risk for Reporters
Vietnam's First National Car Company Seen as Possible Economic Engine
American, French, Canadian Scientists Win Nobel Physics Prize
Two Scientists Win Nobel Medicine Prize for Cancer Discoveries
India’s Top Court Ends Ban on Gay Sex
Who Is the Woman in Huawei Arrest?
Who Really ‘Discovered’ America?
Zero-Waste Movement Aims to Reduce Trash
US Concerns about Chinese Tech Slow Some Silicon Valley Deals
How Did the Animals Cross the Road?
Thailand's Anti-Fake News Center Fuels Concerns over Press Restrictions
Sea-Crossing Bridge Connects Hong Kong, Mainland China
US-China Trade War Is Good News for Some Countries
Japan to Restart Commercial Whale Hunts in 2019
Syria’s Aleppo Airport Restarts Flights as Fighting Continues Nearby
Photographers Document King Tides
Apple Lowers Sales Goals Because of Coronavirus Outbreak
US Companies Bought Fewer Robots in 2019
Dogs Smell Crop Disease Affecting Citrus Trees
Scientists Aim to Explore Area of Life 1000 Meter Under the Sea
African Students Appeal for Help Leaving China as Coronavirus Spreads
Shrinking Country: Serbia Struggles with Falling Population
Iran Marks 41 Years of Islamic Revolution
US Agency Says Rebuilding Afghanistan Cost Thousands Of Lives
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