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Stories

  1. Article: Iran's Poorly Paid Teachers on Nationwide Strike for Second Day
    Education

    Iran's Poorly Paid Teachers on Nationwide Strike for Second Day

    Nov. 16, 2018|Voice of America

    Teachers staged a second round of strikes to push the government to carry out educational reforms. Read more

  2. Article: 400,000 Malnourished Children Are at Risk of Dying in War-Torn Yemen
    Food & Hunger

    400,000 Malnourished Children Are at Risk of Dying in War-Torn Yemen

    Nov. 8, 2018|Voice of America

    Fourteen million people are on the brink of famine, and the main casualties are the children. Read more

  3. Article: 16-Year-Old Girl in South Sudan Auctioned on Facebook for Marriage
    Girls & Women

    16-Year-Old Girl in South Sudan Auctioned on Facebook for Marriage

    Nov. 7, 2018|Voice of America

    A Facebook photo shows an expressionless girl next to a short, smiling older man. Read more

  4. Article: Tanzanian Government Distances Itself From Calls for LGBTQ Crackdown
    Citizenship

    Tanzanian Government Distances Itself From Calls for LGBTQ Crackdown

    Nov. 5, 2018|Voice of America

    Last week, a public official asked people to send him the names of anyone "suspected of being gay." Read more

  5. Article: Aid Workers Can Finally Give Vaccines in This Remote Syrian Camp
    Citizenship

    Aid Workers Can Finally Give Vaccines in This Remote Syrian Camp

    Nov. 5, 2018|Voice of America

    Aid workers have never entered the 3-year-old Rukban Camp due to security concerns. Read more

  6. Article: UN Official Urges Justice for Myanmar’s Rohingya
    Citizenship

    UN Official Urges Justice for Myanmar’s Rohingya

    Oct. 26, 2018|Voice of America

    The UN has called the atrocities “a textbook case” of ethnic cleansing. Read more

  7. Article: Syria's Food Production Hits 29-Year Low
    Food & Hunger

    Syria's Food Production Hits 29-Year Low

    Oct. 25, 2018|Voice of America

    Erratic weather has caused a sharp decline in crop production this year, compared to last. Read more

  8. Article: Indonesian Village Bans 3 Orphans With HIV From Going to School
    Health

    Indonesian Village Bans 3 Orphans With HIV From Going to School

    Oct. 25, 2018|Voice of America

    The virus was transmitted to the children through their mothers. Read more

  9. Article: Zimbabwe's Economic Crisis Drives Medicine to the Black Market
    Health

    Zimbabwe's Economic Crisis Drives Medicine to the Black Market

    Oct. 24, 2018|Voice of America

    "Those medicines are being smuggled into the country, we have not tested them for safety." Read more

  10. Article: UN Refugee Agency Staff Will Help 'Caravan' Migrants Make Asylum Claims
    Citizenship

    UN Refugee Agency Staff Will Help 'Caravan' Migrants Make Asylum Claims

    Oct. 24, 2018|Voice of America

    More than 45 UN refugee staff have arrived in Tapachulas, Chiapas State, Mexico. Read more