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Africa and the Fight Against Terrorism

Why are some African countries seeing more terrorist attacks? And what is the world doing to stop it? Host Jim Malone takes a look at how extremist groups are exploiting ethnic divisions, poverty, and political instability to sow fear, chaos and death in the African continent~VOA NEWS

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Posted on: Friday, June 7, 2019 | By: crimeandmoreworld - Copy Editing Desk

D-Day + 75 Years

Seventy five years ago, Allied forces launched a massive naval, air and land assault to liberate Europe from the shackles of Nazi Germany. What lessons did we learn from D-Day and World War II? And what are the U.S. and the rest of world doing to prevent future global conflicts?

Posted on: Thursday, June 6, 2019 | By: crimeandmoreworld - News Desk

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News from the World of Entertainment,Television,Music Industry from across the World

Posted on: Saturday, June 1, 2019 | By: crimeandmoreworld - Copy Editing Desk

Alvie and the Ozarks

Meet Alvie Dooms! An 89 year old musician who’s collected about 250 instruments over the past 40 years. Learn more about his life and the Ozark culture while sitting in the front row with Alvie and his friends!

Posted on: Thursday, May 30, 2019 | By: crimeandmoreworld - Copy Editing Desk

Food Bites

One bite of sushi from chef and owner of Sushi Gayku, Yoshihisa “Yoshi” Ota, will take you on a journey from capital of the United States to Hokkaido Japan. Just outside Washington, DC is a little piece of the Himalayas called Royal Nepal. One bite of their momos might just have you coming back for more.Chef de Cuisine of Kaliwa, Paolo Dungca talks about what food reminds him of growing up in the Philippines and what it takes to run a restaurant on a daily basis

Posted on: Thursday, May 23, 2019 | By: crimeandmoreworld - Copy Editing Desk

Resentment Over Land Payments, Jobs Shadow Kenya’s Year-Old Railway

The Kenyan government promised jobs for locals and compensation for landowners along the route of its new Chinese-built train, the Madaraka Express. But with Chinese builders blasting and bulldozing their way forward, some Kenyans say they are still waiting. Others say the railway construction has damaged their homes and ruined their views — making their lives worse. Three-part VOA series looks at what happened to Kenyans along the route

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