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QUIZ: How Much Do You Know About War And Food?

Weapons have always been a central part of warfare. But humans have turned to another source of power as well: food. Take our quiz to test your knowledge about war and food.
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The Smoggy Seas: Cargo Ships Bring Pollution, Health Risks

Eight of the 10 busiest ports are in East Asia. A new study shows how the growing number of cargo ships are polluting the air and threatening health.
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Tour Bus Bursts Into Flames In Taiwan, Killing 26 People

Twenty-four of the people onboard were from China. Taiwanese media quoted officials as saying it is the country's deadliest incident involving tourists from mainland China.
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Olympic Committee Puts Off Final Decision On Barring Entire Russian Team

The International Olympic Committee said it would weigh collective punishment versus "the right to individual justice." This comes a day after the World Anti-Doping Agency called for a blanket ban.
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Update On The GOP Convention In Cleveland

GOP prime-time convention speakers in Cleveland focus on the theme of law and order. Join us for analysis of Donald Trump's message, its resonance with Republican voters and its possible appeal in the general election.

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African Union Approves Plan To Put Peacekeeping Force In South Sudan

South Sudan could see new troops from the African Union that have a broader mission than the U.N. peacekeeping force that has been in the country for years.
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World Anti-Doping Agency Finds Russia Endorsed Athletes Cheating

The International Olympic Committee will hold an emergency conference call for members of its Executive Board on Tuesday to discuss the latest revelations about Russian doping in international sport.
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Days After Failed Coup, Turkey's Epic Crackdown Persists

Renee Montagne talks to Tulin Daloglu, a freelance journalist based in Ankara, about the aftermath of an attempted coup in Turkey. Nine thousand police officers have been fired.
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Police Say Several People Injured In Attack On German Train

A 17-year-old Afghan was reportedly wielding a knife and an ax. He was shot dead by police.
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Fighting HIV In Two High-Risk Groups: Sex Workers And Truck Drivers

It's part of a pilot program from Doctors Without Borders in a part of Mozambique where roughly 1 in 10 adults is infected with the virus.

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