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What Happens to Millions of Syrian Refugees if Assad Remains in Power?

Reported by VOA News
The Syrian conflict has uprooted more than five million Syrians who have fled to neighboring states and Europe to maintain resistance against President Bashar al-Assad or to escape the airstrikes and barrel bombs, as well as fighting in their war-torn country. With the balance of battlefield power.. »more

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News video: Fidel Castro Won't Get Any Monuments in Cuba
Fidel Castro Won't Get Any Monuments in Cuba 00:47

News video: How Go-Jek Is Shaking Up Ride-Sharing in Indonesia
How Go-Jek Is Shaking Up Ride-Sharing in Indonesia 04:15

News video: Pakistan Releases Incredible Readout of Trump's Fawning Call with Prime Minister
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News video: PoK refugees welcome Centre's Rs. 2000 cr package welfare
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News video: Trump Speaks With Taiwan's President In Direct Violation Of Policy
Trump Speaks With Taiwan's President In Direct Violation Of Policy 00:39


Report: Toll in China Coal Mine Blast 32

Thirty-two people have died in an explosion in a coal mine in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, according to state media. The explosion happened Saturday at the Baoma Mining Company in the city of Chifeng, Xinhua reports. A gas explosion has been confirmed as the cause of the accident...
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Fidel Castro: Dictator, Revolutionary Remembered

Former Cuban President Fidel Castro is dead at the age of 90. His communist government survived a U.S.-backed invasion of Cuban exiles, a superpower missile crisis, assassination plots and decades of U.S. economic sanctions. But Castro lived long enough to see Washington announce the re-establishment..
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Global cancer cases up by 33% in last decade: Study

The report by Christina Fitzmaurice from the University of Washington said cancer is the second leading cause of death worldwide.


Pence Says Trump's Taiwan Call Just a Courtesy, Not Necessarily a Shift in China Policy

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's phone conversation with the Taiwanese leader was simply a "courtesy call," and not necessarily a shift in American policy toward China, Vice President-elect Mike Pence said Sunday. Pence told news shows that Trump's acceptance Friday of a call from Taiwan President..
VOA News

Stein Turns to US Federal Court for Help With Pennsylvania Recount
Former U.S. Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein is turning to a federal court in her effort to recount the state of Pennsylvania's ballots from the recent presidential election that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was widely expected to win, but lost to billionaire businessman..
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Austria Wraps Up Ugly, Divisive Presidential Campaign
Austrians prepared to go to the polls Sunday in an election that could see the country, one of Europe's most stable democracies, get its first far-right president since World War II. Analysts said the race between far-right candidate Norbert Hofer of the anti-Islamist Freedom Party and his opponent,..
VOA News

Thousands Rally in Indonesia for Tolerance After Blasphemy Protests
Tens of thousands of Indonesians rallied Sunday in the center of the capital Jakarta, calling for tolerance and unity after massive protests by conservative Muslims against the city’s minority Christian governor. The crowds filled a major traffic circle in the heart of the city and sprawled into..
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