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Lisa Curtis, former senior National Security Council official under the Trump administration, now director of the Indo-Pacific Security Program at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), and Michael Kugelman, senior associate for South Asia at The Wilson Center, discuss with host Carol Castiel the current state of play in Afghanistan where the Biden administration may consider extending a May 2021 deadline for US troop withdrawal.

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VOA Connect Episode 163 - A look at a remote community getting their COVID-19 vaccinations and how the pandemic has affected hobbies as diverse as baking and biking.  

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A look at a remote community getting their COVID-19 vaccinations and how the pandemic has affected hobbies as diverse as baking and biking.   

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We travel to the remote village of Seldovia, Alaska, as the COVID vaccine rollout continues.   Reporter/Camera: Gabrielle Weiss

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We connect with a woman living the slow life in a Nevada town.   Reporter/Camera: Arturo Martinez

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Ever since our ancient ancestors gazed into the night skies to look at stars, and other celestial objects, humans have wondered if we are alone in the cosmos. Seth Shostak, senior astronomer at the SETI Institute joins Rick Pantaleo on the Science Edition of Press Conference USA to talk about the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.

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Issues in the News moderator Dan Raviv talks with panelists Linda Feldmann, Washington Bureau Chief for the Christian Science Monitor and Tom DeFrank, Contributing Editor to the National Journal, about US President Joe Biden’s recent foreign policy initiatives, including his recent virtual summit with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and reviving talks with European allies over Iran’s nuclear program, among other major stories dominating the US political landscape.

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Airline was "providing falsified parcel delivery information over a period of years and accepting millions of dollars of payments to which the company was not entitled," Justice Department says

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Kataeb Hezbollah and Kataeb Sayyid al-Shuhada, two of the Iran-backed militias based in Iraq and operating in Syria, were struck Thursday by US military in eastern Syria

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Fake news about the coronavirus can do real harm. Polygraph.info is spotlighting fact-checks from other reliable sources here​.

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Ivory Coast becomes second nation to receive vaccines through COVAX; Nigeria set to receive 4 million doses next week 

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In an emotional appeal at the General Assembly, the envoy asked that 'any means necessary' be used to protect the people of Myanmar people

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Dissident and Washington Post journalist brutally murdered in 2018 in the Saudi consulate H in Istanbul

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Countries in all regions of the world are pursuing repressive, corrupt policies that inflict terrible suffering on their people, UN rights chief says

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Visar Duriqi was badly beaten outside his Pristina home as country’s journalist association warns violence against media is on the rise

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Interior secretary nominee Deb Haaland’s hearing left some people feeling she is being treated differently because she is a Native American

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Move comes days after the two countries pulled back thousands of troops that were facing off along their common frontier since a deadly clash in June

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Vote expected to be split along party lines

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Violations reportedly widespread and being perpetrated at an alarming rate as country enters its seventh year of civil war

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Report finds that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the 2018 killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi citizen and US resident

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Pentagon says strikes were retaliation for rocket attack in Iraq earlier this month that killed one civilian contractor and wounded US service member

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Blinken, Maas call on Russia to comply with international laws and end occupation of Crimea

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Detainees have complained of memory loss and other health impacts from the devices in their cells

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It raises the prospect of further dividing the world along the lines of wealth and vaccine access

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