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America Strong: Little girl defies the odds and takes her first steps

Lennyn Lyons was born 10 weeks premature, and after long stays in three different hospitals, four operations in 17 months, hydrocephalus treatment and lots of love, she takes her first steps walking. #AmericaStrong #LennynLyons #Walking #PrematureBirth #Hydrocephalus #ABCNews #WorldNewsTonight #DavidMuir WATCH FULL EPISODES OF WORLD NEWS TONIGHT: ALSO AVAILABLE TO …

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Extinction Rebellion digs up college's lawn in Cambridge

Climate protesters have dug up the lawn in front of Trinity’s 16th-century great gate, saying the Cambridge college must ‘cut ties with fossil fuel companies’. A spokeswoman for Trinity said a statement would be released later, as the week-long series of demonstrations gets underway Extinction Rebellion protesters dig up Cambridge …

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International community urged to help Afghan refugees in Pakistan

Pakistan and the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, are holding a conference to highlight the challenges facing Afghan refugees. It is estimated more than two million are sheltering in Pakistan, with some displaced since the 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Ongoing violence makes returning home dangerous. But a repatriation programme is …

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The economic cost of South Africa's rolling blackouts

Electricity blackouts in South Africa not only leave millions in the dark – they cost companies millions of dollars in lost business. The state-owned power utility has money problems of its own – being billions of dollars in debt and mired in corruption allegations. Critics say bureaucratic hurdles are making …

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