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    After New Hampshire Win, Sanders, Trump Eye Next Primaries

    Vermont senator Sanders routed Hillary Clinton by 60-38 percent margin; Trump collected 35 percent of Republican vote, more than double that of his nearest challenger, Ohio Governor John Kasich

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    Syrian Ejnad Akkad, a fighter for the Syrian opposition Free Syrian Army, who was wounded by a mine planted by the Islamic State group near the border with Turkey, lays on his bed at a hospital in Kilis, Turkey, Feb. 9, 2016.

    'We Are Fighting Everyone' Syrian Rebels Complain

    Rebels fear opposition-areas Aleppo be cut off soon, and that Russian warplanes will expand their bombing runs

    FILE - A security guard talks to a visitor at the entrance to the Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands in Rancho Mirage, Calif., Wednesday, June 5, 2013.

    ASEAN-US Summit Viewed as More Symbolic Than Substantive

    Obama administration officials see ASEAN as a key pillar in America's geo-strategic rebalancing to Asia and the Pacific

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    Nuclear Arms, Terrorism, Cyberespionage Challenge US Security in 2016i
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    February 10, 2016 5:28 AM
    U.S. intelligence officials say nuclear arms programs, terrorism and cyber espionage are among the top national security challenges facing the United States this year. U.S. national intelligence chief James Clapper and the head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, James Stewart, told the Senate Armed Services Committee Tuesday the array of challenges and crises that confront the United States is more diverse than ever. Zlatica Hoke reports.

    Nuclear Arms, Terrorism, Cyberespionage Challenge US Security in 2016

    US National Intelligence Chief James Clapper and the head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, James Stewart, told the Senate Armed Services Committee Tuesday the array of challenges and crises that confront the United States is more diverse than ever.


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    Migrant Crisis Fuels Debate Over Britain’s Future in EUi
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    Henry Ridgwell
    February 09, 2016 10:48 PM
    The migrant crisis in Europe is fueling the debate in Britain ahead of a referendum on staying in the European Union that may be held this year. Prime Minister David Cameron warns that leaving the EU could lead to thousands more migrants arriving in the country. Meanwhile, tension is rising in Calais, France, where thousands of migrants are living in squalid camps. VOA's Henry Ridgwell reports.
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    Valentine's Day Stinks for Lebanese Clownsi
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    February 09, 2016 8:04 PM
    This weekend, on Valentine's Day in Lebanon, love is not the only thing in the air. More than half a year after the country's trash crisis began, the stink of uncollected garbage remains on the streets. Step forward "Clown Me In," a group of clowns who use their skills for activism. Before the most romantic day of the year the clowns have released their unusual take on love in Lebanon -- in a bid to keep the pressure up and get the trash off the streets. John Owens reports from Beirut.

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