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|3 January 2018 (9:14AM)|
Dozens Die in Peru Bus Crash
More than 40 people died when a bus tumbled down a cliff onto a rocky beach Dec. 2, 2018, along a narrow stretch of highway known as the "Devil's Curve," Peruvian police and fire officials said.
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|18 February 2018 (2:36AM)|
Big Rigs Almost Driving Themselves on the Highway
Arash Arabasadi, VOA News
Four automakers in Japan, including Mitsubishi and Isuzu, have road-tested a form of driverless technology. The big rigs are all equipped with a type of adaptive cruise-control system as a step toward removing the one feature you'd expect to see in the cab: a driver. Arash Arabasadi reports.
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|9 February 2018 (4:23PM)|
StoryCorps: Bookmobile Brings Hope, Opportunity to Migrant Girl
StoryCorps, VOA News
Storm Reyes grew up in Native American migrant camps in the northwestern part of the U.S. Watch as she tells the story of how books opened up her world and let her leave the migrant camps, eventually leading to a career helping others find and enjoy books.
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|20 February 2018 (2:25PM)|
High School Students Who Survived Mass Shooting En Route to Tallahassee
A group of students who survived the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida sit on bus en route to the state capital, Tallahassee, where they aim to ask lawmakers to adopt stricter gun laws.
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|25 March 2018 (12:13PM)|
StoryCorps: Clean Streets
StoryCorps, VOA News
A New York garbage collector talks about the unexpected lessons he learned along the way and what he still misses about the job.
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|4 April 2018 (2:37AM)|
Data Analysis Guides Mobile Clinics to Where They're Needed Most
Faith Lapidus, VOA News
Health care in the United States doesn’t have to take place in a doctor’s office or clinic building. There are some 2000 mobile health clinics around the country, delivering medical, dental, pre-natal and pediatric care, preventive screenings and more. These vans go where the patients are – libraries, schools, grocery store parking lots, especially in low-income communities. As Faith Lapidus reports.
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|5 April 2018 (10:10AM)|
American Diplomats Depart Moscow
Buses likely carrying expelled American diplomats departed from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow on Thursday. People were spotted leaving the residences at the embassy compound, placing luggage on trucks.
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