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  • Australia Sees Rush of Hong Kong Millionaires
    The turmoil in the Chinese-ruled territory is sending its wealthy in search of safe harbor
  • Fallout Swift for Planned Parenthood After Quitting Program
    The health care provider was among those to leave the Title X program after rules changes surrounding abortion
  • No Rohingya Come for Repatriation to Myanmar
    The long-oppressed mostly Muslim minority won't return to Myanmar without citizenship and a guarantee of safety
  • Greenland Controversy Continues as Trump Cancels Copenhagen Trip, Calls Danish PM 'Nasty'
    The controversy over U.S. President Donald Trump abruptly postponing his trip to Copenhagen continues, as he criticized Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, calling her "nasty" and "inappropriate." The Danish leader had rebuffed Trump's overture to buy Greenland, the Arctic country that is part of the kingdom of Denmark. White House correspondent Patsy Widakuswara has the story.
  • South Sudan's Men4Women Takes on Cultural Taboos of Menstruation
    In South Sudan, a group of men and boys is trying to break cultural taboos on a topic that often drives young girls out of school — menstruation. Men4Women is distributing menstrual pads to girls while also encouraging boys and men to engage in conversations and advocate policies that make sanitary hygiene products more accessible to girls. Sheila Ponnie reports from Juba.
  • Dancing Through Depression in Beach Therapy in Los Angeles
    Spending time on the beach and dancing away pain, fear and despair is what Los Angeles dance movement therapist Julia Vishnepolsky helps her patients do to reduce stress and anxiety while learning how to be at peace with their lives. Angelina Bagdasaryan met with the therapist to learn more about the power of dance. Anna Rice narrates her story.
  • Greenland Controversy Continues as Trump Cancels Copenhagen Trip, Calls Danish PM 'Nasty'
    The controversy over U.S. President Donald Trump abruptly postponing his trip to Copenhagen continues, as he criticized Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, calling her “nasty” and “inappropriate.” The Danish leader had rebuffed Trump’s overture to buy Greenland, the Arctic country that is part of the kingdom of Denmark. White House correspondent Patsy Widakuswara has the story.
  • Trump Insists Democrats are 'Bad' for Israel
    U.S. President Donald Trump again insisted American Jews should vote Republican because voting for a Democrat would show ignorance or a lack of loyalty. His original statement was part of an attack on four Democratic lawmakers, of whom two are not allowed to visit Israel, apparently at his behest. Many American Jews say Trump's questioning of their loyalty is akin to a historical trope that has fed xenophobia against Jews. VOA's Zlatica Hoke reports Israelis' reactions to Trump's remarks.
  • Coal Industry's Decline Hits Nation's Largest Producer
    Coal has powered progress since the Industrial Revolution. While coal-fired power is on the rise in Asia, it's declining in the United States and much of Europe as cheaper alternatives and climate concerns push it out of the market. While the fall has hit coal towns hard in the Appalachian region of the eastern United States, the Western state of Wyoming is the nation's leading coal producer. Now, coal's troubles have arrived in this energy-rich state, too. VOA's Steve Baragona has a look.
  • Conservationists Sue Over Changes to Endangered Species Act
    They accuse administration of failing to analyze the effects changing the act that protects threatened wildlife would have

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