Voice of America: Indonesian Presidential Race Heats up Around Human Rights

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Mugiyanto remembers very well how the event that nearly cost him his life unfolded in March 1998.

At that time, he was a 25-year-old student at Gajah Mada University and a member of Indonesian Students Solidarity for Democracy (SMID), a student organization that actively campaigned for democracy.

One afternoon, Mugiyanto went home to the apartment he shared with other activists.

“We thought the place was safe, but on March 13, I discovered no one was home and our laptop was gone,”…

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World: Venezuelan power struggle creates diplomatic duel abroad

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As Venezuela’s power struggle stretches on, a parallel dispute over who should control embassy buildings and carry out basic consular functions in the countries recognizing Guaido as the country’s true president has taken root

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Voice of America: American Moms Fight for a More Family-Friendly Country

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MomsRising is one of the largest women’s organizations in the U.S. The group’s goal is to ease challenges women and mothers face on a daily basis. Tatiana Vorozhko spent a day on Capitol Hill with organization members and saw for herself how they’re fighting for a more family-friendly America. Elona Voytovych narrates.

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Voice of America: Ocean Heatwaves Become More Frequent

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Parts of our oceans routinely go through temperature swings. The El Nino and La Nina effects in the Pacific are perhaps the best known. But new research in Britain suggests that those heat waves are becoming more common and more extreme. And that spells trouble for the world’s waters. VOA’s Kevin Enochs reports.

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Top stories – Google News: Rep. Ilhan Omar faces hundreds of protesters outside CAIR fundraiser in California – Fox News

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Rep. Ilhan Omar faces hundreds of protesters outside CAIR fundraiser in California  Fox News

U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar faced hundreds of protesters Saturday outside a Southern California fundraising event for the local chapter of a major advocacy group …

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