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North Korea Continues To Produce New Ballistic Missiles

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High-speed tracking dogs have been a game-changer in the fight against rhino poaching in South Africa. Their success depends on their ability to work as a team, which means they sleep and eat in the pack-sized enclosures shown above. David Fuchs hide caption

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To Combat Rhino Poaching, Dogs Are Giving South African Park Rangers A Crucial Assist

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A man in Tehran looks at a newspaper with a picture of President Trump on the front page on Tuesday. Iran's currency traded at a fresh record-low of 119,000 to the dollar today, a loss of nearly two-thirds of its value since the start of the year as U.S. sanctions loom. Trump says he's willing to meet with Iranian leaders, but Iran doesn't seem eager to sit down. Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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30-year-old Dai Xuan, who works as the editor of a luxury magazine in Shanghai – and is pictured at the helm of a private jet - says the reason why she hasn't married yet is economic. She says she loves her job and she makes more than enough to support herself, which has made her pickier about who she dates. NPR hide caption

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China's Marriage Rate Plummets As Women Choose To Stay Single Longer

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Why Young Chinese Aren't Rushing Into Marriage

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Trump Comment Appears To Catch Tehran Off-Guard

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North Korea Is Working On New Missiles, 'Washington Post' Reports

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Morning News Brief: Paul Manafort, California's Carr Fire

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State Department Funded Program Brings Middle Eastern TV Writers To Hollywood

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