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Official says suspects had enough explosives to destroy the capital, Khartoum

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Lack of new stimulus plan from US Federal Reserve sends markets in US and Asia into tailspin

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Data collected between February and July shows Hispanics, Blacks and Native Americans made up 75% of children who died from virus in US

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He’s been charged with terrorism, complicity in murder and forming an armed rebel group

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Military general with no health credentials becomes Brazil's latest health minister

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Seeking to draw a contrast with President Donald Trump’s approach to combating the pandemic, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden laid out plans for developing and distributing a vaccine if he wins in the November election

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In VOA interview, lawyer Saleh Nikbakht criticized Iran’s Supreme Court for rejecting his request to retry Heydar Ghorbani, sentenced to death for 2016 killings of military officers

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President Cyril Ramaphosa reopens borders

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More than 50 historically Black communities once thrived in the state, but that number has dwindled to just 13

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There are laws to be sustained and the legislature should question national ministers about their behaviors

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Top US officials seek to reassure voters with less than 50 days until the November presidential election

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The annual flood of influenza cases could overwhelm the US health care system already struggling with the coronavirus pandemic, experts warn

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Residents of the eastern US are seeing unusually hazy skies and remarkable sunsets

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Secretary of State Pompeo calls for ‘snapback,’ but British, EU support unclear

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US universities look for options to extend life of face masks, shields

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After the rice crop is harvested on a farm in Nakhon Pathom province, a flock of around 10,000 ducks is released from a pen and instinctively stream towards the flooded fields to devour pests such as snails hiding in the rice stubble.

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The meeting came as Human Rights Watch accused the Belarusian government of unlawful detentions and torture

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100 million-year-old sample found preserved in amber in an ancient crustacean

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The move comes as the economy continues to recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic

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Conflicts surface during congressional hearing examining the firing of agency’s inspector general

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New Yorkers are happy about UN having virtual session with less traffic, congestion

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Qatar has no objection to normalizing ties with Israel if there is a commitment to a two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinians, Sheikh Meshal Bin Hamad Al-Thani tells VOA

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Disney's live-action remake of "Mulan" is drawing criticism beyond what's on the screen. Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren examines China's influence on Hollywood movies and the convergence of economics and entertainment with movie industry executive Chris Fenton and Aynne Kokas, University of Virginia communications professor and expert on  the intersections of the U.S.

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Failure this week of talks between ECOWAS and leaders of Mali's coup raises concerns about political standoff and regional security in that country

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