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Fewer Babies Concerns Central European Leaders

VOAPOD March 2, 2020

Central European and Balkan leaders are worried about falling demographics. So, they are calling on families to have more children to stop the decrease. Some of the appeals for more babies are like those made many years ago in Fascist or Communist countries. They include appeals to nationalism and family values as well […]

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Egypt’s Street Dogs Getting Chance at a Better Life

VOAPOD March 2, 2020

Karim Hegazi spends his days at an Egyptian clinic taking care of animals long considered troublesome in the country: street dogs. Stray – or wild – dogs can be found in almost every neighborhood in Cairo, Egypt’s capital. They run around building developments. They search through trash for food. They cry out nightly on […]

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Does Higher Education Help Some Groups More than Others?

VOAPOD March 1, 2020

A recent study suggests that higher education in the United States helps white people more financially than it does other groups. The finding makes some education experts question the effectiveness of U.S. efforts to fight racial injustice. At the same time, other experts note that systemic inequality and racial discrimination […]

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Hippopotamus Population Rises in Small Colombian Town

VOAPOD March 1, 2020

People in a small Colombian town are reporting increased sightings of hippopotamuses in the area. The hippopotamus is native to Africa, not South America. But a local population of the animals developed from a private collection brought to Colombia by infamous drug trafficker Pablo Escobar. Escobar was the leader of Colombia’s Medellin […]