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Security forces have used excessive force against peaceful protests in Khuzestan Province over water shortage and mismanagement

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Algerian athlete withdraws to avoid Israeli athlete

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‘Barry Crocker’ and ‘Noah’s Ark’ – additions to the national dictionary

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Austin aims to unify allies concerned by China’s growing military abilities as the global coronavirus pandemic continues to cripple the region

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US governor: The unvaccinated 'are letting us down'

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Modi: ‘Anguished by the loss of lives’

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The Islamic State and al-Qaida extremist groups and their affiliates are spreading their influence

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Athlete and coach likely to face sanctions beyond the Olympics

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The US expresses its support for the Afghan people and president, while leaders of parliament ask for funding, mechanical aid for security forces, and drones

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At Friday’s funeral, the leader’s wife speaks publicly for the first time since the attack that killed her husband and left her wounded

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White House says it wants to be prepared for possible future needs

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Official cites ‘constant abuses and frequent abuses to the institutionality’ of the ministry

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Belarusian authorities raid more news outlets and detain reporters, but journalists say they will continue to report the truth

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Cases were part of initiative begun under Trump administration to prevent transfer of US technology to China; Justice Department says it wants to drop cases in 'interest of justice'

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Tennis, men’s gymnastics, women’s soccer, women’s basketball, swimming and more commence this weekend

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Final death toll stands at 97, with one person missing

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Thousands risk retaliation from Taliban insurgents because they worked for the US government

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New book combines fiction with analysis to lay out a scenario in which the Chinese leader is deposed 

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On this edition of Encounter, Ambassador Michelle Gavin, senior fellow for Africa Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations and former Ambassador to Botswana, and Frans Cronje, CEO of the Johannesburg-based Institute of Race Relations, analyze with host Carol Castiel the political, economic and social situation in South Africa following the arrest and detention of former South African president Jacob Zuma given the protests, looting and violence which this incident triggered.

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Protests, sounds of gunfire prompt US delegation to leave early

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On the eve of the funeral for slain Haitian president, Jovenel Moïse, host Carol Castiel and assistant producer at the Current Affairs Desk, Sydney Sherry, speak with Haiti expert Georges Fauriol, senior associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and fellow at the Caribbean Policy Consortium, about the chaos following Moïse’s assassination, the breakdown of democratic institutions in Haiti, and the power struggle that ensued over who would become Haiti’s next leader.

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Issues in the News moderator Kim Lewis talks with VOA senior diplomatic correspondent, Cindy Saine, and senior reporter for Marketplace, Nancy Marshall-Genzer, about growing congressional challenges on infrastructure, police reform, COVID-19 and the economy facing the Biden administration, the ramifications of a widespread cyber-attack on Microsoft allegedly conducted by China, and the controversial Israeli phone surveillance software allegedly misused amid a global hacking scandal.

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Economy continues to recover at a torrid pace, with the question being how much growth will slow in coming months and years

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While high temperatures fuel blazes, most are caused by humans — through accidents, arson, illegal timbering or even controlled burns that get out of control

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