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NPR News: The Kremlin Is Employing Unusual Tactics In Upcoming Russian Duma Election

The Kremlin Is Employing Unusual Tactics In Upcoming Russian Duma Election
Russia’s three days of voting for its parliament and city governments begin Friday. This political season has seen unusual tactics to keep Putin’s opposition from running and off the ballot entirely.

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NPR News: Witnesses Of Alleged War Crimes In Syria Testify Despite Feeling They're In Danger

Witnesses Of Alleged War Crimes In Syria Testify Despite Feeling They’re In Danger
Witnesses to a Syrian intelligence officer’s alleged war crimes are being intimidated as they testify in landmark trial in Germany — but they continue to tell the story.

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NPR News: Are COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters Necessary?

Are COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters Necessary?
The FDA is set to rule on Pfizer boosters on Friday. Some scientists say they aren’t needed for healthy people and the doses would more helpful for the unvaccinated in countries with limited supplies.

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NPR News: The Best And Worst So Far From The Not-Very-Festive Toronto International Film Fest

The Best And Worst So Far From The Not-Very-Festive Toronto International Film Fest
The Toronto International Film Fest is usually mobbed with over a thousand industry types from all over the world. 15 palabras más

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NPR News: France Kills Top West Africa ISIS Leader In Drone Strike

France Kills Top West Africa ISIS Leader In Drone Strike
French forces killed the leader of the West African ISIS affiliate in a drone strike in southern Mali in August. 19 palabras más

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NPR News: Why Britain Has Been Eager To Join The U.S. Deal With Australia — And France Hasn't

Why Britain Has Been Eager To Join The U.S. Deal With Australia — And France Hasn’t
The new deal between the U.S. with the U.K. and Australia counters China but it’s viewed differently by key allies. 21 palabras más

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NPR News: The Jobs That Await Afghans In The U.S. Are Often Far Below Their Skill Level

The Jobs That Await Afghans In The U.S. Are Often Far Below Their Skill Level
Many Afghans who have come to the U.S. through the Special Immigrant Visa program are educated and skilled, yet they end up in low wage jobs — a missed opportunity for both workers and employers.

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