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Afghan Students in Wuhan Grow Despondent

More than 60 Afghan students are among foreigners stranded in Wuhan, China. Their families in Afghanistan say these students are hurting psychologically since the city has been on lockdown. Food and supplies are running out, and they are losing hope of leaving the city. Today, the Afghan government asked China to keep the students in Wuhan and not send them back to Afghanistan

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Thai Tourism Industry on Alert to Stop Spread of Coronavirus

Thailand has announced the 10th case of the coronavirus as government authorities say the outbreak is still under control. Meanwhile, Asian airlines such as Chinese Eastern Airline are still taking passengers home to China’s epicentre in Wuhan, despite a ban on outgoing flights from the epicentre

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As the world remembers basketball great Kobe Bryant, killed in helicopter crash on Sunday, fans in Los Angeles paid tribute to the sports legend who made the city his home

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Remembering Late Basketball Star Kobe Bryant

Cheik Thiero of VOA’s French to Africa Service is one of the lucky few basketball players who met the late NBA star, Kobe Bryant, who was killed in a plane crash Sunday. He tells VOA Africa 54 Host Esther Githui-Ewart that in the short time he Bryant, he learnt some valuable life lessons

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Afghan Baby Loses Legs In Attack That Also Killed Her Family

baby girl, just 1 month old, has lost both legs in an attack by an unknown gunman in Afghanistan’s Faryab Province that also killed six members of the girl’s family. Afghan authorities said the Taliban was to blame, but the militant group has denied responsibility

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