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Stories

  1. Article: US Elected Officials Call for More Refugees
    Citizenship

    US Elected Officials Call for More Refugees

    Aug. 16, 2018|Voice of America

    “The significant decline in refugee arrivals this year has had a negative impact on communities.” Read more

  2. Article: Ebola Outbreak in Eastern DR Congo Potentially More Dangerous Than West African Epidemic
    Health

    Ebola Outbreak in Eastern DR Congo Potentially More Dangerous Than West African Epidemic

    Aug. 15, 2018|Voice of America

    More than 11,000 people died from the Ebola virus. Read more

  3. Article: UN Stepping Up Ebola Screening of Refugees Fleeing DR Congo
    Health

    UN Stepping Up Ebola Screening of Refugees Fleeing DR Congo

    Aug. 13, 2018|Voice of America

    The UN refugee agency is trying to reduce the risk of Ebola spreading. Read more

  4. Article: Human Rights Group Urges Against Plan to Move Rohingya to Uninhabited Island
    Citizenship

    Human Rights Group Urges Against Plan to Move Rohingya to Uninhabited Island

    Aug. 7, 2018|Voice of America

    Rohingya refugees are being pushed out of Bangladesh. Read more

  5. Article: US Immigration Agency Takes on Female Genital Mutilation
    Girls & Women

    US Immigration Agency Takes on Female Genital Mutilation

    Aug. 6, 2018|Voice of America

    ICE is educating new immigrants about the harmful practice. Read more

  6. Article: 'Dogs Have More Rights': Slavery Survivor Recalls Trafficking Horrors
    Citizenship

    'Dogs Have More Rights': Slavery Survivor Recalls Trafficking Horrors

    Aug. 3, 2018|Voice of America

    Nearly 17 years after her escape, Flor Molina tells her story. Read more

  7. Article: Father Still Defends FGM After 10-Year-Old Daughter Dies in Somalia
    Girls & Women

    Father Still Defends FGM After 10-Year-Old Daughter Dies in Somalia

    July 23, 2018|Voice of America

    Despite the death of his daughter, Dahir Nur defended the practice. Read more

  8. Article: This Female-Run Syrian TV Station Seeks to Empower Women
    Girls & Women

    This Female-Run Syrian TV Station Seeks to Empower Women

    July 16, 2018|Voice of America

    The content will "put a spotlight on issues that affect women in Syria and the region." Read more

  9. Article: Bangladesh Has Finally Begun Registering Rohingya Refugees
    Citizenship

    Bangladesh Has Finally Begun Registering Rohingya Refugees

    July 10, 2018|Voice of America

    The process for an estimated 900,000 Rohingya refugees will allow aid agencies to better help them. Read more

  10. Article: West African States Unite to Fight the 'Ebola' of Root Crops
    Food & Hunger

    West African States Unite to Fight the 'Ebola' of Root Crops

    July 9, 2018|Voice of America

    The viral disease could condemn millions to hunger. Read more