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    Tiny Towns Kick Off New Hampshire Presidential Primary

    Latest polling shows Sanders with a shrinking but still comfortable lead over Clinton in the Democratic race; Trump appears to be leading the Republican field


    Republican presidential candidate John Kasich answers Debbie Repson's question at a town hall event in New Hampshire, Feb. 8, 2016. (K. Gypson/VOA)

    Voters Weigh Choices in Final Hours

    According to polls, up to fifty percent of New Hampshire voters were still making up their minds in the days before the election

    Senator Marco Rubio, a Republican presidential candidate, greets diners at Norton's Classic Cafe while campaigning in Nashua, New Hampshire, Feb. 8, 2016.

    How US Presidential Primary, Caucus Process Works

    New Hampshire’s semi-open primary is expected to draw more than 500,000 voters to polls Tuesday

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    Bhutanese Refugees in New Hampshire Closely Watching Primary Electioni
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    February 08, 2016 9:43 PM
    They fled their country and lived in refugee camps in neighboring Nepal for decades before being resettled in the northeastern U.S. state of New Hampshire -- now the focus of the U.S. presidential contest. VOA correspondent Aru Pande spoke with members of the Bhutanese community, including new American citizens, about the campaign and the strong anti-immigrant rhetoric of some of the candidates.

    Bhutanese Refugees in New Hampshire Closely Watching Primary Election

    They fled their country and lived in refugee camps in neighboring Nepal for decades before being resettled in the northeastern U.S. state of New Hampshire. Like other New Hampshire residents, the new American citizens are following the presidential campaign closely.


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    'No Means No' Program Targets Sexual Violence in Kenyai
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    February 08, 2016 4:30 PM
    The organizers of an initiative to reduce and stop rape in the informal settlements around Kenya's capital say their program is having marked success. Girls are taking self-defense classes while the boys are learning how to protect the girls and respect them. Lenny Ruvaga reports from Nairobi.
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    Helping the Blind 'See' Great Arti
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    February 08, 2016 4:26 PM
    There are 285 million blind and visually impaired people in the world who are unable to enjoy visual art at a museum. One New York photographer is trying to fix this situation by making tangible copies of the world’s masterpieces. VOA correspondent Victoria Kupchinetsky was there as visually impaired people got a feel for great art. Joy Wagner narrates her report.

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