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From London To The Welsh Coast, Sharp Disagreements On 'Brexit'

The United Kingdom's cultural makeup has shifted many times through the centuries, but for some struggling in England, the latest changes are coming too fast.
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In Southeastern England, Residents Make The Case For Brexit

On Thursday, the United Kingdom will vote on whether to continue its membership in the European Union. In southeastern England, many residents support leaving the EU.
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In Syria, Underground Efforts To Train Doctors Amid Regime Attacks

NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to reporter Ben Taub of The New Yorker about efforts to spread medical knowledge in Syria. Taub chronicles underground efforts to train doctors in Syria amid ongoing attacks by regime forces against medical personnel and facilities.
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U.S. Soccer Team Faces Argentina In Copa Semifinal

The United States soccer team faces off against Argentina in the Copa semifinal game Tuesday night. NPR's Audie Cornish interviews Houston Chronicle reporter Martin Hajovsky about the match.
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Venezuelan Opposition Moves On Maduro Recall Amid Food Crisis

NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Girish Gupta of Reuters about the growing food crisis in Venezuela, and the state of the recall effort against President Nicolas Maduro.
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Video Of Chinese Bank Employees Being Spanked Prompts Suspensions

Outrage greeted video that showed a trainer going up and down a row of employees, drawing clearly pained reactions from participants he was spanking.
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U.S. Mounts Daring Rescue Mission At The South Pole

A sick worker at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station must be evacuated by plane at the height of the Antarctic winter. The current temperature is -70 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Bendy Bananas And Barmaid Bosoms: The U.K.'s Crazy Anti-EU Food Myths

British tabloids have long exploited the U.K.'s ambivalent ties to the European Union with exaggerated, funny and often unfounded stories about regulations aiming to undo English food culture.
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Boeing Says It Has Agreed To Sell Passenger Jets To Iranian Airline

The Chicago-based aircraft manufacturer is the first major U.S. company to do business in Iran since sanctions were lifted earlier this year as part of the international nuclear accord.
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IOC Backs Ban Of Russia's Track Team, But Leaves Door Open For Athletes

International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach says individual athletes will have chances to prove that they're "clean," in the face of doping allegations that have embroiled the Russian team.

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