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    Obama Makes History, Confronts Past in Hiroshima

    President comes to the city’s Memorial Peace Park with a message of reconciliation and moral awakening


    FILE - A U.S. Navy crew stands on the USS Michigan, an Ohio-class guided-missile submarine, as it prepares to dock at Subic Freeport, a former US naval base west of Manila, Philippines, March 25, 2014. The sub was on a routine port call.

    Stealth Subs 'Absolutely Essential' for US Military

    Ohio-class nuclear subs are key to Navy's ability to respond to aggression, but that ability will be threatened if program is not funded in time to replace aging fleet

    Syrian torture survivor Jalal Nofal. (Photo: Jamie Dettmer for VOA)

    Syrian Torture Victim Recounts Horrors

    'You make them think you have surrendered' says Jalal Nofal, a doctor who was jailed and survived repeated interrogations in Syria

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    Wheelchair Technology in Tune With Timesi
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    George Putic
    May 26, 2016 10:04 PM
    Technologies for the disabled, including wheelchair technology, are advancing just as quickly as everything else in the digital age. Two new advances in wheelchairs offer improved control and a more comfortable fit. VOA's George Putic reports.

    Wheelchair Technology in Tune With Times

    Technologies for the disabled, including wheelchair technology, are advancing just as quickly as everything else in the digital age. Two new advances in wheelchairs offer improved control and a more comfortable fit. VOA's George Putic reports.


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