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Teaching Kids In Vietnam To Avoid A Deadly, Everyday Legacy Of War

In Quang Tri province, the most heavily bombed during the Vietnam War, 10 percent of the ordnance never detonated. A former U.S. military intelligence analyst is part of a group cleaning up the bombs.
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Far-Right Candidate Loses Austrian Presidential Election

A far-right Austrian presidential candidate was narrowly defeated after an election that focused on the European migrant crisis.
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3 Days On Everest End With At Least 3 Climbers Dead, 2 Missing

Good weather has helped hundreds of people summit Mount Everest since May 11. But since Friday, at least three people died in three days, dashing hopes for a safe season after two years of tragedy.
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Where The Presidential Candidates Stand On Key Issues

Now that only three major candidates remain in the 2016 race for the White House, attention turns to the details of their policy proposals. Where the presidential candidates stand on key issues like job creation, healthcare, taxes and education.

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String Of Attacks In Pro-Regime Cities In Syria Leave Scores Dead

The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for bombings in Tartus and Jableh, strongholds of Bashar Assad's regime.
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Obama Announces U.S. Will Lift Arms Embargo Against Vietnam

During a visit to Hanoi, President Obama announced an end to the five-decades-long ban on selling weapons to Vietnam.
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Documenting Torture: Doctors Search For New Ways To Gather Evidence

Holding torturers to account requires evidence, the kind that doctors are learning to compile from countries at war, like Syria. But there are many challenges.
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With Mansour Dead, Taliban Must Select A New Leader

U.S. drones killed Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Akhtar Mansour in a remote area of Pakistan over the weekend. The death that was confirmed by President Obama and Afghan intelligence.
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Refugee Crisis Is The Largest Since WWII, World Bank President Says

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim delivers remarks at the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul. Renee Montagne talks to him about efforts to support countries hosting millions of Syrian refugees.
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Absentee Ballots Likely To Decide Austria's Presidential Election

Election officials in Austria say mail-in ballots being counted on Monday will help to determine the race. The election could produce Austria's first far-right president since World War II.

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