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Curfew lifted, Baltimore residents move forward

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Life in Baltimore is returning to normal after weeks of protest that followed the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray while in police custody. Continue reading

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Kurdish women take up fight against ISIL

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Women in Kurdistan, an independent region in Iraq, have joined the ranks of fighters battling the Islamic State (ISIL). Continue reading

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Remembering the end of the Vietnam War, 40 years later

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40 years after the Vietnam War ended, veterans and journalists visited the country to remember one of the most contentious wars in U.S. history. Continue reading

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What’s next for Nepal’s earthquake recovery?

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Nepal is struggling to recover after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake left thousands dead and wiped out much of the country’s roads, bridges and buildings. Continue reading

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Nepal devastated by deadly earthquake

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At least 3,700 people are dead and 6,500 injured after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on Saturday. Continue reading

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