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    UN Security Council Meeting Over North Korea Rocket Launch

    UN Security Council president tells reporters on way to council meeting that he expects 'consensus to condemn this kind of violation of the sanctions'


    A passenger walks past a TV screen broadcasting a news report on North Korea's long range rocket launch at a railway station in Seoul, South Korea, Feb. 7, 2016.

    South Korea, US to Discuss Deploying Missile Defense System

    Formal discussion about deploying Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system, known as THAAD, comes after North Korea launches long-range rocket

    Members of the media view the Republican presidential primary debate hosted by ABC News at the St. Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., Feb. 6, 2016.

    Video Republican Hopefuls Tussle at Debate Ahead of NH Primary

    Candidates talk tough on foreign policy, launch fierce attacks ahead of primary that could make or break several candidates’ presidential bids

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    Researchers Use 3-D Printer to Produce Transplantable Body Partsi
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    Greg Flakus
    February 07, 2016 12:49 PM
    Human organ transplants have become fairly common around the world in the past few decades. Researchers at various universities are coordinating their efforts to find solutions -- including teams at the University of Pennsylvania and Rice University in Houston that are experimenting with a 3-D printer -- to make blood vessels and other structures for implant. As VOA’s Greg Flakus reports from Houston, they are also using these artificial body parts to seek ways of defeating cancerous tumors.

    Researchers Use 3-D Printer to Produce Transplantable Body Parts

    Human organ transplants have become fairly common around the world in the past few decades. Researchers at various universities are coordinating their efforts to find solutions -- including teams that are experimenting with a 3-D printer -- to make blood vessels and other structures for implant. They are also using these artificial body parts to seek ways of defeating cancerous tumors.


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    Once a Lifeline for Cold War Berlin, Disused Airport Becomes Emergency Refugee Shelteri
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    February 05, 2016 10:00 PM
    A German airport made famous during the Cold War is being used as emergency accommodation to house refugees, as the country struggles to cope with the continued arrival of thousands of asylum seekers. Henry Ridgwell reports from Berlin.
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    Aging Breadwinner Hauls More Than His Weight In Flouri
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    RFE/RL
    February 06, 2016 7:42 PM
    Syed Abdul Ghani treks a kilometer every day with 100 kilograms of flour on his back. He earns just 300 Pakistani rupees ($3) selling the flour to a bakery in his native Peshawar. He's been making the trip every day for the past 25 years.

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