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China Formally Eases One Child Policy

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December 28, 2013
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In China, a family with more than one child may become a reality as the nation formally eases its decades-long one-child policy, according to Xinhua news agency. Gavino Garay reports.


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Russia Drops Charges Against Greenpeace Activists

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Reuters (Dec. 25, 2013) — Under a Kremlin amnesty, Russia formally drops criminal charges against Greenpeace activists arrested in a protest over Arctic oil drilling. Jillian Kitchener reports.
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Reuters - Business Video Online (May 15, 2014) — The Federal Communication Commission formally proposed "net neutrality" rules that could allow pay-for-priority access on the web. Bobbi Rebell reports. Video provided by Reuters
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Hope for Russia's Down Syndrome Children

Hope for Russia's Down Syndrome Children

AFP (Mar. 20, 2013) — In Russia most children suffering from Down Syndrome are given up for adoption and often end up in psychiatric hospitals. One woman is trying to change perceptions in a country where having a child with any sort of handicap is often perceived as shameful.
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