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This installment in a series focuses on a group of volunteer paramedics who respond to the medical needs of civilians and soldiers.

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Two years after its coup, the military regime in Burma continues to carry out a brutal campaign of violence against its own people.

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Device transmits radio waves with almost no power – without violating the laws of physics

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How some enslaved Black people stayed in Southern slaveholding states – and found freedom

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