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    Turkey to Extend Strikes on Kurdish Fighters in Syria

    Turkish PM Davutoğlu, in telephone talks Sunday, tells German Chancellor Merkel that Turkish forces will 'not permit' Kurdish People's Protection Units fighters, of the Democratic Union Party (PYD) 'to carry out aggressive acts'


    Washington Braces for Brawl Over Supreme Court Vacancy

    Video Washington Braces for Brawl Over Supreme Court Vacancy

    Death of Supreme Court Justice Scalia sets off legal and political earthquake in Washington and beyond; confrontation on successor expected between White House and Republican-led Senate

    Republican presidential candidates, from left, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, businessman Donald Trump, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson participate during the CBS News Republican presidential debate at the Peace Center in Greenville, South Carolina, Feb. 13, 2016.

    US Fact Checkers Debunk Some Republican Candidate Claims 

    Slim evidence for several claims made by Republican presidential candidates at their last debate ahead of next Saturday's key nominating election in South Carolina

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    Two-thirds of World Faces Water Shortagei
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    February 12, 2016 7:31 PM
    Four billion people — or two out of every three on the planet — do not have enough water to meet their basic needs. That is far greater than previously thought, according to a new study that presents a more accurate picture of the problem. As VOA's Rosanne Skirble reports, the findings will help policymakers and the public craft solutions to address the threat.

    Two-thirds of World Faces Water Shortage

    Four billion people — or two out of every three on the planet — do not have enough water to meet their basic needs. That is far greater than previously thought, according to a new study that presents a more accurate picture of the problem. The findings will help policymakers and the public craft solutions to address the threat.


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    In Uganda, Love (and Elections) in the Air on Valentine’s Dayi
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    Jill Craig
    February 14, 2016 7:51 PM
    Red and pink flowers, chocolates, and heart-shaped gifts mark Valentine’s Day around the world. But here in Uganda, where voters are gearing up for presidential elections on Thursday, people are preoccupied with the campaign season, in addition to love.
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