Daily Edition Archive

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Gearing up for the eclipse, not worried in South Korea, a global ice cream tour of LA

A new smartphone app is designed to help blind people experience the Aug. 21 total eclipse. Also, a young South African woman who was born HIV-positive but now calls herself an "H-I-Victor." Plus, a T-shirt that can get you arrested in Turkey.

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Assessing the North Korean threat, soldiers patrol the streets of Rio, South Africa's 'blesser' culture

A reality check on the threat posed by North Korea. Also, a Native tribe fears being split by President Donald Trump's border wall. And a young Japanese writer breaks through the silence on autism.

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North Korea threatens Guam, dog airlift, Glen Campbell

The hostile rhetoric between the US and North Korea just went up another notch — we take a look today. Also, Ghana's first satellite is now in orbit. And the global reach of late country music legend Glen Campbell.

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Draft climate report puts pressure on Trump, Zuma survives no-confidence vote, a shortage of bomb-sniffing dogs

How would you do under President Donald Trump's points-based immigration system? Also, the link between HIV and domestic abuse in South Africa. Plus, we remember the man inside the original Godzilla suit.

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North Korean defiance, sex talk and a dip in a Paris canal

Today, we look at North Korea as it vows to defy new UN sanctions and promises to take revenge against the US. Also, our new Across Women's Lives series kicks off with a look at how radio plays a key role in HIV prevention in South Africa. Plus, how Cubans surf the net.

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Young women and HIV in South Africa, Spain's siesta, North Korea's underground railroad

Today we start our look at young women left behind in South Africa's fight against HIV. Plus, one year after the 2016 Summer Games in Rio, many of the promises made by organizers have not been kept. And, a musical tribute for the soon-to-be retired "fastest man in the world."

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Merit-based immigration, temporary work visas, all-woman police unit in India

How merit-based immigration works in Canada and Australia. The language of the alt-right seeps into the immigration debate. And an African American Shakespearean actor in 19th-century England.

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Afghan women demand recognition, Yemen and Indian troops at Dunkirk

Today we look at a movement by Afghan women demanding to be called by their own names. Plus, we examine the role Indian soldiers played in Dunkirk and other World War II battles in the wake of a controversial movie. And a Mexican street vendor in Los Angeles gets the folk hero treatment after someone overturns his cart.

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Filling Kelly's shoes at DHS, former Arizona sheriff found guilty, thumb piano meets electronica

Whoever succeeds John Kelly as secretary of Homeland Security will have a big to-do list. Also, why some American scientists are heading to France to do their research. And South Bend, Indiana, tries to reinvent itself as a center of high-tech innovation.

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Putin's gamble, the Mooch is out, Islamic Jesus

If Russian President Vladimir Putin gambled that a Donald Trump presidency would lead to better relations with the US, well, that wager seems to have backfired now. Also, how Jesus is described in Islamic scripture? Plus, a new women's soccer league gets underway in Mexico.

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