Jason Beaubien Jason Beaubien is NPR's Global Health and Development Correspondent on the Science Desk.
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Port Arthur Residents Remain Stranded, Holed Up In Bowling Alley Amid Floods

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Emergency Officials Begin Responding To Calls For Help As Harvey Hits Louisiana

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Harvey Moves Toward Louisiana As State Marks 12 Years Since Katrina

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Louisiana's Governor Warns Residents To Brace For Harvey

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Louisiana, Texas Prepare For More Rain From Tropical Storm Harvey

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Children walk through a rice field outside the town of Kelilalina in eastern Madagascar. Rice is the dominant food and the dominant crop on the Indian Ocean island, but changing weather patterns are disrupting production in some parts of the country. Samantha Reinders for NPR hide caption

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Erratic Weather Threatens Livelihood Of Rice Farmers In Madagascar

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The Bentiu displaced persons camp in South Sudan holds more than 100,000 people who fled fighting in the country's 4-year-old civil war. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Unhappy Anniversary, South Sudan

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Nurses give the oral polio vaccine to a Syrian child in a refugee camp in Turkey. The oral polio vaccine used throughout most of the developing world contains a form of the virus that has been weakened in the laboratory. But it's still a live virus. Carsten Koall/Getty Images hide caption

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More People Living As Refugees Now Than Anytime Since WWII, New U.N. Reports Says

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