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Half a Million Marchers Rally in DC Against President Trump

Reported by VOA News
What began with one woman’s Facebook post calling for action after the election of Donald Trump, culminated in a march the city government estimated to be 500,000 people in Washington, D.C., Saturday, the day after his inauguration. VOA’s Katherine Gypson has more on the marchers who gathered on.. »more

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Dalai Lama Hopes President Trump, Putin Will Work for Peace

The Dalai Lama said he hopes that President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin will work together for global peace. The exiled spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhists said the world needed leaders with compassion. He made the remarks Saturday at a program in New Delhi organized by the..
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Top seed Kerber knocked out of Australian Open

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Reigning champion and top seed Angelique Kerber was knocked out of the fourth round of the Australian Open on Sunday, losing 6-2 6-3 to American Coco Vandeweghe on Rod Laver Arena.
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Trump Visits CIA, Tells Intel Agents 'I am so Behind You'

President Donald Trump, who sharply criticized the U.S. intelligence community before he was sworn in, Saturday told workers at the Central Intelligence Agency he is behind them. The president made a trip to the agency’s headquarters in Langley, Virginia, one day after taking office. VOA White..
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Vowel sounds made by baboons show that the roots of human speech may go back 25 million years

Listen closely to those baboon calls. They may tell you a thing or two about human speech.

Scientists who studied baboons’ wahoos, yaks, barks and other vocalizations have found evidence of five vowel-like sounds — a sign that the physical capacity for speech may have evolved over..
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Fiery Warner helps Australia seal ODI series win over Pakistan
SYDNEY (Reuters) - David Warner's 12th one-day international hundred and brisk fifties from Glenn Maxwell and Travis Head set up Australia for an 86-run win over Pakistan in the fourth match on Sunday as the hosts secured an unassailable 3-1 lead in the series.
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Chelsea see off Hull to extend EPL lead
Chelsea have moved eight points clear at the top of the EPL, with Arsenal rising to second after a last-gasp win over Burnley.
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Quake Strikes Near Papua New Guinea; Tsunami Possible
A magnitude 8 earthquake has hit the Solomon Islands and the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says it could generate tsunami waves on nearby islands.    The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake hit near Arawa in Papua New Guinea at a depth of 167 kilometers (103 miles).    There are no immediate..
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Tsonga ends Evans' fairytale to add to British pain
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Jo-Wilfried Tsonga ended the fairytale run of Dan Evans to reach the quarter-finals of the Australian Open on Sunday and deliver a second blow for British tennis after the shock elimination of Andy Murray.
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