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Stories

  1. Video: Rohingya Refugees in India Rattled After First-Ever Deportations
    Citizenship

    Rohingya Refugees in India Rattled After First-Ever Deportations

    Oct. 15, 2018|Voice of America

    India plans to send 40,000 Rohingya people back to Myanmar in a crackdown on "illegal immigration." Read more

  2. Article: South Sudanese Women Call for 35% of Government Positions to Be Female
    Girls & Women

    South Sudanese Women Call for 35% of Government Positions to Be Female

    Sept. 28, 2018|Voice of America

    Only 1 in 10 recently appointed committee members are women. Read more

  3. Article: International Organizations Join Tech Powerhouses to Fight Famine
    Food & Hunger

    International Organizations Join Tech Powerhouses to Fight Famine

    Sept. 26, 2018|Voice of America

    There are 124 million people experiencing crisis-level food insecurity in the world today. Read more

  4. Article: Kavanaugh's Supreme Court Fight Unfolds in Spotlight of #MeToo
    Girls & Women

    Kavanaugh's Supreme Court Fight Unfolds in Spotlight of #MeToo

    Sept. 21, 2018|Voice of America

    Allegations of sexual misconduct against US Supreme Court nominee causes turmoil. Read more

  5. Article: Vietnamese People Are Taking the Fight Against Plastic Waste Into Their Own Hands
    Environment

    Vietnamese People Are Taking the Fight Against Plastic Waste Into Their Own Hands

    Sept. 19, 2018|Voice of America

    Vietnam ranks among the top five countries sending plastic trash into the ocean. Read more

  6. Article: Zimbabwe Is Facing a 'Very Dire' Cholera Outbreak
    Health

    Zimbabwe Is Facing a 'Very Dire' Cholera Outbreak

    Sept. 14, 2018|Voice of America

    More than 2,000 cases of cholera and other waterborne diseases have been reported. Read more

  7. Article: Half of Syria's Children Can't Return to School This Month
    Education

    Half of Syria's Children Can't Return to School This Month

    Sept. 10, 2018|Voice of America

    Millions of Syrian children cannot return to school due to conflict and lack of funds. Read more

  8. Article: These Rwandan Preschools Were Built With Bitcoin
    Education

    These Rwandan Preschools Were Built With Bitcoin

    Sept. 6, 2018|Voice of America

    Just 10% of young Rwandan children were enrolled in preschool programs in 2011. Read more

  9. Article: US Worries That Lower Numbers of Resettled Refugees Could Hurt National Security
    Citizenship

    US Worries That Lower Numbers of Resettled Refugees Could Hurt National Security

    Aug. 24, 2018|Voice of America

    The downturn in the US coincides with a record number of refugees and displaced people worldwide. Read more

  10. Article: The US Is Facing a Shortage of Teachers
    Education

    The US Is Facing a Shortage of Teachers

    Aug. 23, 2018|Voice of America

    The US has seen increased demand for teachers in recent years, some blame the shortage on low wages. Read more