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Women In India Speak Out On Facebook. Trolls Threaten Rape And Murder

And the response from the police might be, well, you shouldn't have posted online in the first place.
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Friday News Roundup - International

The Obama administration announces it will accept at least 10,000 Syrian refugees over the next year. Russia defends an increased military presence in Syria. And China cracks down on investment firms in the wake of market turbulence. And Russia defends an increased military presence in Syria. A panel of journalists joins guest host Susan Page for analysis of the week's top international news stories.

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South Korean Man Who Slashed U.S. Ambassador Gets 12-Year Sentence

U.S. Ambassador Mark Lippert was at a performing arts center in Seoul preparing to give a speech on relations between the U.S. and the two Koreas when he was attacked.
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Northern Ireland's Government Teeters On Collapse After Resignations

Leading ministers resigned in a political crisis that has deepened along with allegations of the Provisional Irish Republican Army's role in a murder.
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Camerawoman Who Tripped Migrant In Hungary Apologizes

Petra Laszlo, who was caught on video sticking her leg out as a man ran from police while clutching a child to his chest, says she is sorry — and not "heartless."
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Trump's Immigration Comments Used In Mexican Soccer Commercial

Mexican broadcaster Azteca created a promo for the upcoming U.S. versus Mexico match that spliced snippets from Trump's controversial remarks with footage of the U.S. team losing to the Mexican side.
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At Least 22 People Remain Missing After Flooding In Japan

Nearly a million people are covered by a government evacuation order. The weather service is warning of more severe weather to the north.
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Why China's Official Economic Numbers Shouldn't Be Trusted

Economic news coming out of China often rattles or rallies global markets. But how reliable is that news? It turns out basic measures like Gross National Product may be far from accurate.
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Iraqi Boat Family Warns Others: Don't Risk It, It's Too Dangerous

An Iraqi family returns home and tells the story of risking a trip to Greece on a boat that sank, drowning two of their children. But images of people making the trip safely encourage others to try.
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Why Influx Of Migrants Could Be A Good Thing For Europe

One argument holds that migrants arriving in Europe is good for countries with an aging labor force and vast government debt. Steve Inskeep talks to Oliver August of The Economist about this idea.

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