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A Voice for India's 'Untouchables'
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One man's quest to give his fellow dalit community members, shunned and oppressed for generations, a voice in the world's largest democracy.
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Pyongyang Park Life: North Koreans Escape Summer Heat
Along with its towering monuments to socialism and sprawling plazas for military parades, North Korea's showcase capital is a city of parks.
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Longest Laugh: Minister Mocked for Pole-Dance Rant
Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç previously urged women not to laugh in public to "protect moral values."
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Devastating Delicacy: Shark Population Threatened by Finning
China is one of the world's biggest markets for shark fins, where the delicacy is commonly served as a soup during wedding banquets and parties.
Woman Writes Simultaneously With Hands and Feet
Chen Siyuan writes Chinese poems, as well as Chinese characters and Roman alphabets. Chen hopes her talents will bring about new results in education and scientific research.
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U.N. Rights Chief Slams Israel, U.S. Over Gaza
"They appear to be defying... deliberate defiance of obligations that international law imposes on Israel," Navi Pillay said Thursday.
Ukraine Plane Crash
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Finally! Investigators Gain Access to MH17 Site
Fighting between rebels and government has prevented monitors and crash investigators traveling along the route to the wreckage in eastern Ukraine.
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What Would the U.S. Do? Israeli Ambassador Asks
The Israeli ambassador to the United States continued to defend his nation’s military actions, insisting Thursday that Israel must strike back against Hamas rather than cowering in bomb shelters.
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Retail Therapy? Kerry Buys Rugs After Gaza Strain
John Kerry indulged in a some retail therapy Thursday, buying three rugs during a visit to India after failing to secure a cease-fire deal in Gaza.
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