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Here are some notable examples of famous (and not-so famous) refugees who resettled in the U.S., and went on to achieve success.
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The Chinese government censors newspapers, television, social media and the internet to control their citizens. Here is a list of words you can't say.
The governments of countries around the world are formally recognizing Juan Guaidó as the interim president of Venezuela.
In China's Xinjiang province, many Uyghur women face an impossible choice: marry a Han Chinese man or face imprisonment in an internment camp.