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Three women wearing black body suits and holding helmets (© Obi Grant)

The world’s first Nigerian Olympic bobsled team

Three Nigerian-American women are making history as the first bobsled team from an African country to compete in the Winter Olympics.
Portrait of woman holding two flags in her hands (U.S. Embassy Seoul)

These U.S. athletes will see you in South Korea

From skiers to skaters, learn about the experiences and passions that drive U.S. Olympians and Paralympians to compete on the world stage.
Don Moffatt covered in white paint and wearing sunglasses and plastic cape (© Dave Sandford/NHLI/Getty Images)

American ice masters will keep rinks frosty for Olympic hockey

The world's best hockey is played on the best ice. Americans Don Moffatt and Brandon Klement are in South Korea to make it happen for the 2018 Winter Games.
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U.S. mine-removal program defuses ISIS remnants

U.S. mine-removal efforts are clearing a path for Iraqis displaced by ISIS to return home, according to the latest edition of "To Walk the Earth in Safety."
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Talking down the HIV/AIDS stigma in sub-Saharan Africa

Overcoming stigma around HIV/AIDS is an essential step toward controlling the epidemic. A doctor from Botswana hosts panels on taboo topics to help.
Mahindra sign outside large building (© AP Images)

Indian car maker sets up shop in Motor City

Indian manufacturing giant Mahindra & Mahindra has "doubled its bets" on America by opening Detroit's newest automotive assembly plant in 25 years.
The words 'Help me' written into condensation on car window (© Thinkstock)

Truckers, flight attendants catch human traffickers on the move

People working in the transportation industry have a unique opportunity to report human trafficking as it happens. Now they're being trained to do that.
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She’s in the business of teaching women to fight back

Megha Vora's self-defense course has empowered thousands of women and girls across India. One of Google's top talents is helping her further her cause.
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The positive power of an MTV teen drama

"MTV Shuga" has achieved remarkable results as a public health campaign that persuades viewers to adopt safer behavior that limits the spread of HIV.