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401. Denial and Outrage in Russia at Latest Anti-Doping Report
December 10, 2016


In the runup to the release of the World Anti-Doping Agency report, Match TV, a Kremlin-sponsored national sports channel launched earlier this year, rightly labeled the stakes involved. The WADA findings, the channel’s lead noted, would “determine the future of Russian sport.” It may prove the only point on which Russia and the rest of the world agree. No good news  After a full year of doping scandals and a partial ban on Russian athletes to the Olympic Games in Rio de...... (read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Charles Maynes)

402. Nobel Laureates, Others Gather to Fight Child Slavery
December 10, 2016


Seven-year-old Siam stands speechless when asked what he would like to do when he grows up. He stares blankly as if being asked the most ridiculous of questions. The boy, dressed in a faded red T-shirt with a picture of a superhero and tattered blue shorts, has never been to school and cannot see a world beyond the narrow, filthy lanes of Shrill Nixa’s Purim, the slum settlement he has lived in all his life. For as long as he can remember, he has stayed at home to look after his four...(read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Reuters)

403. Russians, Saudis Confident Deal Will Cut Oil Output
December 10, 2016


Russia and Saudi Arabia said they expect OPEC and non-OPEC producers to reach an agreement Saturday to curtail oil output and prop up prices in the first such joint move since 2001. “We have a deal already. We are just putting the final touches. Everything is good!” Khalid al-Falih, energy minister of OPEC’s de facto leader and top oil exporter Saudi Arabia, told reporters. Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak, speaking as he joined a breakfast with OPEC and non-OPEC ministers in...(read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Reuters)

404. Scandal, Impeachment Tarnish Park’s Family Legacy
December 10, 2016


Park Geun-hye could always rely on one unwavering gift throughout a political career that saw a triumphant return as South Korea’s first female president to the palatial Blue House where she’d lived as a girl: She enjoyed the reflected devotion, some might say worship, that half the country felt for her late dictator father. In the end, isolated, mocked and loathed by millions of protesters who swarmed the streets around her presidential fortress on the side of a sacred granite mountain,...(read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Associated Press)

405. Myanmar Farmers Hope NLD Can End Suffering of Junta-era Land Grabs
December 10, 2016


The siblings Kaw Nan and La Moi appear glum and still shocked when asked to explain what happened to their father after he removed some fences that a company had built on his farmland in Phang Meti Village. In early August, they said, police suddenly summoned Nhkum Naw Bawk, 58, and two other farmers who had experienced similar problems, because the company had filed a criminal complaint against them for trespassing and destroying private property. “The police told us: ‘Don’t worry,...(read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Paul Vrieze)

406. On Human Rights Day, UN Urges Everyone to Stand Up for Universal Rights 
December 10, 2016


Countries around the world mark International Human Rights Day December 10. As disrespect for basic human rights continues to be widespread in many parts of the globe, the United Nations is calling on everyone to stand up for universal rights. “The time for this is now. We the peoples can take a stand for rights. And together, we can take a stand for more humanity,” the world body said in a statement. “Upholding human rights is in the interest of all. Respect for human rights...(read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Isabela Cocoli)

407. Actor Kirk Douglas Celebrates 100 with Family, Friends
December 10, 2016


Kirk Douglas knows how to make an entrance.  With boxing gloves in every centerpiece and the theme from Rocky blaring over the speakers, Douglas, one of the golden age of Hollywood’s last living legends, walked confidently into the Sunset Room at the Beverly Hills Hotel Friday afternoon to celebrate his 100th birthday at an intimate gathering of friends and family.    Flanked by Anne Douglas, his wife of more than 62 years, his son Michael Douglas, his daughter-in-law...... (read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Associated Press)

408. Carter: US Sending 200 Troops to Syria to Help Capture Raqqa
December 10, 2016


U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter says as many as 200 more American troops are being sent to Syria to help Kurdish and Arab fighters capture the Islamic State group’s key stronghold of Raqqa.   Carter made the announcement Saturday at a security conference in Manama, Bahrain.    The extra troops will include special operations forces and are in addition to 300 U.S. troops already authorized for the effort to recruit, organize, train and advise local Syrian forces to combat...... (read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Associated Press)

409. Reports: CIA Believes Russia Helped Trump Win White House
December 10, 2016


U.S. President Barack Obama has ordered the intelligence community to conduct a full review of “hacking-related activity aimed at disrupting the 2016 U.S. presidential election.” After his announcement Friday, two leading U.S. newspapers — The New York Times and The Washington Post — reported Russia intervened in the recent U.S. presidential election to help Donald Trump win. The Times reported Russians hacked the computers of both the Republican National Committee and the Democratic...(read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (VOA News)

410. Gala Nobel Prize Ceremonies in Sweden, Norway 
December 09, 2016


Saturday night in Scandinavia, a group of world-famous prizes will be awarded in physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, economics and world peace, all funded by the legacy of an industrialist best known for inventing dynamite. For each of these winners, the prestige of the title “Nobel Prize laureate” — named for Alfred Nobel, Swedish inventor and philanthropist — will accompany their names henceforth. This year the biggest item of contention is the awarding of the literature prize...... (read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (VOA News)

411. Judges: Wisconsin Recount to Continue; Michigan’s Will Not
December 09, 2016


A U.S. judge in Wisconsin Friday rejected a request by supporters of President-elect Donald Trump to stop a recount of votes, while the Michigan Supreme Court denied an appeal by Green Party candidate Jill Stein to restart that state’s recount. The results of the November 8 election have been challenged in three states by Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who finished fourth in the presidential poll. In Pennsylvania, the third state, a judge said he would rule Monday on whether to allow a...(read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Reuters)

412. Speedy Shell Growers Show Medical Promise
December 09, 2016


Calcium is one of the human body's main building blocks. As the body ages, a deficiency of the mineral is likely. The easiest calcium supplement for the body to absorb, amorphous calcium, is also harder to find. Now, scientists say there's a cheap available source in their local freshwater lakes. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports.... (read more)

Author: VOA News

413. World's First True Jet Backpack
December 09, 2016


Technological advances in the last decade have made possible a dream of a usable, lightweight, jet-powered backpack that can fly for at least 10 minutes. A California-based firm demonstrated a turbine-powered device that anyone could fly around. VOA's George Putic reports.... (read more)

Author: VOA News

414. Scenes from the Market in Qayyarah
December 09, 2016


Fruits and vegetables abound at a local market in Qayyarah town, south of Mosul.... (read more)

Author: VOA News

415. Election Brings No Hope to Macedonia's Roma-run 'Ghetto,' say Voters
December 09, 2016


As Sunday's election in Macedonia draws close, Amet Yashar jokes that politicians' newfound concern for his home, one of Europe's largest Roma communities, might not be wholly sincere. Suto Orizari district, a ramshackle settlement of more than 20,000 people, in the capital Skopje is among a handful of Roma-majority municipalities in the world and one of the few places where Romanes is an official language. But Yashar said the community, known as Shutka locally, remains...... (read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Reuters)

416. Researcher: Breast Cancer Deaths Decline in Many Countries
December 09, 2016


A new study says the rates of breast cancer mortality are dropping across much of the world, but not everywhere. Using data from the World Health Organization, researchers at the International Prevention Research Institute in Lyon, France, calculated mortality rates in 47 countries between 1987 and 2013. They found a drop in mortality rates in 39 countries. Declines in breast cancer deaths were most prominent in developed countries, with England and Wales experiencing the biggest...... (read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Jessica Berman)

417. Pictures of Splendors Past: Aleppo Before the War
December 09, 2016


A millennium-old minaret towering above Aleppo's Umayyad mosque, an imposing citadel overlooking the old city center, a medieval covered market and a 21st century shopping mall. Before Syria's ruinous civil war struck Aleppo, the country's largest city was a busy commercial powerhouse and a proud historic center - its long heritage on display in ancient landmarks still used by modern day traders, travelers or worshippers. But the war that erupted across Syria in 2011...... (read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Reuters)

418. Amazonian Tribe in Peru Says It Will Block New Oil Drilling Plans
December 09, 2016


An indigenous federation opposed to a recently approved plan for oil drilling in the Peruvian Amazon said on Friday that native communities will physically block any attempt by oil companies to operate on their lands. Last week the Peruvian government gave the green light for Santiago-based GeoPark Ltd. to produce oil in Block 64 with state-owned energy company Petroperu as its junior partner. The move is part of President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski's bid to “untangle” stalled investments...(read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Reuters)

419. Resignation Reigns Ahead of Romanian Parliamentary Vote
December 09, 2016


When Romania's leftist government collapsed a year ago amid outrage over a deadly nightclub fire, many people spied an opportunity for sweeping change in a country plagued by corruption and inept public services. But after the surge of public anger over the deaths of 64 people in the Club Colectiv, which lacked emergency exits and fire safety permits, the clamor for change to make Romania a safer, more secure and prosperous country has dimmed. Instead, the campaign for Sunday's...... (read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Reuters)

420. Beer-loving Czechs Approve Smoking Ban in Pubs, Restaurants
December 09, 2016


The Czech lower house of parliament on Friday approved a ban on smoking in restaurants, bars and pubs, overcoming years of wrangling and bringing the country in line with most others in the European Union. "This brings the Czech Republic [in line with] civilized countries that care for the health of their citizens," Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said. Parliament's upper house must sign off on the legislation but the lower house vote showed there was enough support to...... (read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Reuters)

421. Trump Proposals Could Start Trade War, Study Contends
December 09, 2016


Implementation of President-elect Donald Trump's proposals on international trade could unleash a trade war that would plunge the U.S. economy into recession and cost more than 4 million private sector American jobs, a review of his plans says. The analysis comes from the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan research institution devoted to the study of international economic policy. According to the Council on Foreign Relations, an...... (read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Jill Malandrino)

422. Algeria Deports Hundreds of West African Migrants to Niger
December 09, 2016


Algerian authorities have deported hundreds of West African migrants to Niger this week, trucking them thousands of miles across the desert in one of the biggest roundups seen this year, according to officials and human rights groups. Algeria has often sent migrants back to Niger since 2014 as the number of people taking the dangerous route to Europe from West Africa has swelled. But the latest group is different because it involves people from across the region, not just Niger, officials...(read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Reuters)

423. Ohio Lawmakers Approve College Campus Concealed-carry Bill
December 09, 2016


Lawmakers in Ohio approved a bill on Friday that opens the way for licensed gun owners to carry concealed weapons on college campuses, less than two weeks after a man injured 11 in a stabbing attack at Ohio State University. State senators passed the bill 22-8 after representatives approved it 68-25 late Thursday, sending the bill to the desk of Republican Governor John Kasich for his signature. If the bill is signed into law, the board of trustees at Ohio's public universities...... (read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Reuters)

424. Verdict on Haiti Vote Challenges Kicked Up to Highest Court
December 09, 2016


A Haitian electoral tribunal says it's incapable of ruling on legal challenges filed by three presidential candidates who lost a preliminary tally in a landslide.   The Friday decision means Haiti's highest electoral court will now have to examine challenges by losing factions in the Nov. 20 elections.   It's not clear how long it will take a panel of judges from the National Office of Electoral Disputes to issue a binding verdict.   Preliminary results...... (read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Associated Press)

425. Trump Team Memo on Climate Change Alarms Energy Department Staff
December 09, 2016


President-elect Donald Trump's Energy Department transition team sent the agency a memo this week asking for the names of people who have worked on climate change and the professional society memberships of lab workers, alarming employees and advisors. The memo sent to the Energy Department on Tuesday and seen by Reuters on Friday, contains 74 questions including a request for a list of all department employees and contractors who attended the annual global climate talks hosted by the...(read more)

Author: webdesk@voanews.com (Reuters)



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