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VOA Special English, AS IT IS, Pandemic Pups Hit Dog Parks
VOA Special English, AS IT IS, In Nevada, Technology Firm Seeks Government Power
VOA Special English, AS IT IS, Restaurants Feed COVID Doctors, Nurses to Survive
VOA Special English, AS IT IS, In Lockdown, London Zoo Fights to Survive
VOA Special English, AS IT IS, US Needs to Do More to Prepare for Dangerous Weather, Experts Say
VOA Special English, AS IT IS, Experts Wonder Why Coronavirus Cases Drop in India
VOA Special English, AS IT IS, Mekong River Drops to ‘Worrying’ Levels
VOA Special English, AS IT IS, Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi Faces New Charge From Military Government
VOA Special English, AS IT IS, People Rediscover Old Hobbies During Pandemic
VOA Special English, AS IT IS, Younger Americans Leaving Cities for Low-cost Homes in Other Places
VOA Special English, AS IT IS, California Nurse Follows Mother’s Footsteps in Fighting Pandemic
VOA Special English, AS IT IS, Math Expert: All COVID Virus in the World Would Fit in a Soda Can
A books-for-food program in Guatemala is helping feed needy children as hunger rates rise during the coronavirus crisis.
A French religious worker who survived COVID-19 celebrated her 117th birthday on Thursday.
The Serene Haven private school in central Kenya is giving teenage mothers and pregnant girls a second chance to finish their education.
Most people who keep animals choose to have dogs, cats, fishes or small birds. But, Recep Mirzan keeps a different animal on his farm in Western Turkey.
A program supported by the United Nations says it is ready to deploy coronavirus vaccines to the neediest people, especially in poor countries. The COVAX program announced its plans last week to provide 100 million doses of vaccine by the end of March. It
A secret United Nations report says North Korea has used attacks over the internet to steal hundreds of millions of dollars. The money was then used to pay for the country's nuclear program and to improve its ability to develop ballistic missiles. The at
Hundreds of tour buses, boats and three-wheeled motorized "tuk tuks" sit unused across Thailand's capital, Bangkok. The coronavirus pandemic and a lack of foreign tourists have brought the transport industry to a halt.
Protests in Myanmar against the military overthrow of the elected government have grown in recent days. But the country's military rulers have taken steps to make organizing the protests difficult or even illegal.
The coronavirus most likely first infected humans after jumping from an animal, a team of international and Chinese scientists said Tuesday.
Indian rescuers searched on Monday for about 200 people missing after part of a Himalayan glacier broke away Sunday and caused major flooding.
Myanmar's military rulers on Monday ordered a curfew and banned gatherings in the country's two largest cities. The move follows days of protests against the military overthrow of the government last week.
A new Israeli policy permits people in The Gaza Strip to sell old metal and send it to Israel for processing. Gaza is a Palestinian area bordering Israel and Egypt. The territory has an estimated 49 percent unemployment rate.