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For Syrian Migrants, Many Reasons To Leave Turkey For Europe

Migrants in Turkey are increasingly worried about their prospects of settling in Europe. Many vow to keep going, despite the uncertainty and risk.
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Presidential Guard Announces Takeover Of Burkina Faso

A military coup has been announced in the West African country of Burkina Faso. The coup comes just weeks ahead of an election meant to complete a transition back to democratic rule.
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Migrant Crisis Puts Pressure On Project Of European Integration

Daniela Schwarzer, senior director for research and director of the Europe Program for the German Marshall Fund, explains how the influx of migrants could affect the project of European integration.
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Russian Aid To Syrian Regime Designed To Shift Focus From Ukraine

Russia's stepped up aid to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad puts the U.S. in an awkward spot. For years, the U.S. has argued Assad can't be part of a solution to the war. But it hasn't been able to convince Russia of that.
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'Sabado Gigante,' Longest-Running TV Variety Show, Ends This Weekend

The world's longest-running TV variety show ends Saturday. For more than half a century, Sabado Gigante loomed large in living rooms across the U.S. and Latin America. Commentator Cynthia Leonor Garza looks back.
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Why A Snakebite Victim In An Indian Village Won't Walk Through A Door

When doctors travel to remote regions, they have to understand local traditions and beliefs before they can successfully treat a patient.
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Obama: Trio That Thwarted Paris Train Attack 'Represent The Very Best Of America'

President Obama met with the three Americans credited with stopping an alleged terrorist attack on a Paris-bound train in the Oval Office to honor them for their actions.
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Why India Is A Hotbed Of Antibiotic Resistance And Sweden Is Not

In the developing world, antibiotics are now being overused — just like in the U.S. So antibiotic resistance is a growing global issue. But some countries have figured out a solution.
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Man Who Was Tripped By Camerawoman In Hungary Gets New Start In Spain

After learning that the Syrian man who was tripped at the Hungarian border last week was a soccer coach, a Spanish official offered him a place to live and work.
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Bergdahl Faces Hearing To Determine If Court-Martial Is Warranted

The Army sergeant, who has been charged with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy, is appearing before the military equivalent of a grand jury.

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