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In Chile, Protesters Continue To Defy The President And Military

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

The country has been gripped by mass demonstrations and planned union strikes over inequality, prompting President SebastiƔn PiƱera to offer economic reforms.

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Chile Starts Implementing Ban On Stores Giving Customers Plastic Bags

Sunday, December 16, 2018

It's the first country in Latin America with such a ban, which takes full effect in August 2020. For Chileans, who on average were using 200 bags per person every year, it's taking time to adjust.

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Opioid Crisis Is Top Issue As Voters Head To The Polls In New Hampshire

Monday, November 06, 2017

New Hampshire's largest city saw record breaking numbers in both drug fatalities and overdoses. So this crisis remains the number one issue for many voters heading to the polls for local elections.

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Rape Trial Raises Questions About 'Senior Salute' At N.H. Boarding School

Thursday, September 03, 2015

Families affiliated with St. Paul's School are defending it. A rape trial involving a student at the Episcopal boarding school shed light on a culture of sexual conquest at the elite institution.

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Prep School Rape Trial Puts Spotlight On High School Assaults

Saturday, August 29, 2015

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