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Legendary Chocolatiers Leave War-Torn Syria For Hungary
The Ghraoui chocolate shop in Damascus was a place fit for queens — literally. But in 2015, the family that owned it moved from war-torn Syria to Hungary, which isn't known for welcoming refugees.
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Leading journalist arrested in Manila, Hungary for Hungarians, 52 polar bears roam northern Russian town
Journalist Maria Ressa, the head of Rappler, a news website critical of the government in the Philippines, is facing an accusation of cyber libel from the government of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, and Duterte has denounced Rappler as "fake news." Also, we conclude our series on politics in Hungary. Today, how the rise for far-right parties has kept women out of positions of power in the country. Plus, a town in the Russian Arctic struggles to cope with a polar bear invasion.
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Anti-immigrant sentiment in Hungary, crossing the Drake Passage, humanitarian aid in Syria
What's behind the latest stumbling block in Washington over border security? Democrats are pushing for a cap on the number of immigrants detained by ICE, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. Also, the rise of anti-immigrant sentiment in Hungary, spearheaded by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. And what it feels like to cross one of the roughest stretches of ocean in the world — the notorious Drake Passage.
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