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New York City :: NY :: USA | 6 days ago

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A child's shoe is seen in the railway tracks in Atitalaquia, outskirts of Mexico City June 26, 2014. Immigration rights groups filed a federal complaint on Tuesday against a Texas city they said violated civil rights laws by placing a ban on housing

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Stuttgart :: Germany | 6 days ago

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I feel sorry for the tens of thousands of unaccompanied children who have crossed our Southern border, desperate to escape the widespread violence and poverty in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. But the people I pity are the adults in this

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San Diego :: CA :: USA | 6 days ago

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Immigrants who have been caught crossing the border illegally are housed inside the McAllen Border Patrol Station in McAllen, Texas July 15, 2014, where they are processed. A Southern California city could find itself at the center of a nationwide

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Wellington :: New Zealand | 6 days ago

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Southern dairy farmers are being asked to contribute $2 million towards the proposed Southern Dairy Hub. Southern Dairy Development Trust chairman Matthew Richards is urging the almost 1000 dairy farmers in Southland and South and West Otago to dig

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London :: United Kingdom | 6 days ago

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Two restaurants in Chelsea are getting creative when it comes to growing fresh vegetables. As NY1's Jon Weinstein reports, they're making the most their limited space. Everyone's heard of the "farm to table" concept, but at Gallow Green and The Heath,

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Vancouver :: Canada | 6 days ago

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Metro Vancouver mayors seek answers following 2nd SkyTrain shutdown Search for missing hiker Sylvia Apps baffles searchers in Strathcona Park Land Claims Who owns the parkland? Vancouver Scene 4 ways Vancouverites are using Virtual Reality B.C. First

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New Delhi :: India | 6 days ago

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The dwindling numbers of Indian girls, caused by the illegal abortion of millions of babies, has reached "emergency proportions", fuelling an increase in crimes such as kidnapping and trafficking, the United Nations warned on Tuesday. Despite laws

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Mumbai :: India | 6 days ago

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Rajesh Kumar Singh 2.1 is a magic number, one that for years looked unimaginable for India. The average number of children any given woman in a country's population is expected to have during her lifetime is known as the Total Fertility Rate (TFR).

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Beijing :: China | 6 days ago

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China announced it will speed up renovation and construction of urban roads and bridges in order to improve traffic safety. China's urban roads spanned 336,000 kilometers with 60,000 bridges at the end of 2013, according to a statement issued by the

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Vancouver :: Canada | 6 days ago

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Vancouver, already known for a public art program that has spawned works such as Bill Reid's Killer Whale, Yue Minjun's A-maze-ing Laughter (the laughing men), Liz Magor's Lightshed, and a legion of other lesser-known pieces, is about to unleash new

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