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Vietnam's Expensive Housing Risks Affordability Crisis2019-10-15
In some Vietnamese cities, it is not hard to find apartments that cost millions of dollars. But on the same streets, small, poor houses made of metal sheets can be seen.
Bow Hunters Target Asian Carp for Sport on the Illinois River2019-10-15
Nathan Wallick is a firefighter in the American city of Peoria, Illinois. He also likes to use bows and arrows for sport. Now, that sport is helping him make extra money and improve the local environment. People pay Wallick to lead hunts on the Illinois R
US Officials: Twin Births Drop to Lowest Level in 10 Years2019-10-15
United States health officials say the number of twin births nationwide has dropped to their lowest level in 10 years.
Treasure Hunt Draws Thousands to Western US2019-10-14
Thousands of people have headed to an area in the western United States to search for a hidden treasure.
Who Really ‘Discovered’ America?2019-10-14
This Monday, the United States celebrates Columbus Day. The government established Columbus Day as a national holiday long ago to honor the Italian explorer Christopher Columbus. It recognizes his arrival in what Europeans called the New World in 1492.
Chinese Ship Aims to Spread Goodwill, Show Strength2019-10-13
A Chinese military ship is traveling in the disputed South China Sea to train its sailors and visit other countries. China hopes to spread goodwill, strengthen its claim to the disputed sea and reduce Australia’s influence in the area.
Turkey's New Internet Rules Raise Fears of More Press Restrictions2019-10-13
Turkey’s new controls on internet use have taken effect. The Turkish government says all broadcasters now have to follow the rules required for all radio and television stations on the internet.
Free, Fair, Peaceful Election for Mozambique?2019-10-13
An escalating rebel movement, attacks on political campaigners and a frightened population have people worrying about Mozambique’s elections.
Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed Wins Nobel Peace Prize2019-10-12
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has won the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of his efforts to end his country’s border conflict with Eritrea.
Apple Says 'Goodbye' to iTunes2019-10-12
Apple is saying goodbye to iTunes: once the company’s revolutionary music program.
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?
Zero-Waste Movement Aims to Reduce Trash
US Concerns about Chinese Tech Slow Some Silicon Valley Deals
How Did the Animals Cross the Road?
Sea-Crossing Bridge Connects Hong Kong, Mainland China
Japan to Restart Commercial Whale Hunts in 2019
State Funeral to Honor Former US President George H.W. Bush
Huawei Says US Controls Have Little Effect
Astronauts Make Emergency Landing in Failed Russian Space Launch
Vietnam's Expensive Housing Risks Affordability Crisis
Bow Hunters Target Asian Carp for Sport on the Illinois River
US Officials: Twin Births Drop to Lowest Level in 10 Years
Treasure Hunt Draws Thousands to Western US
Who Really ‘Discovered’ America?
Chinese Ship Aims to Spread Goodwill, Show Strength
Turkey's New Internet Rules Raise Fears of More Press Restrictions
Free, Fair, Peaceful Election for Mozambique?
Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed Wins Nobel Peace Prize
Apple Says 'Goodbye' to iTunes
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