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United States

Carlos Barria

'Built by my family': America's grand buildings constructed by slaves

Aug 30 2019

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. Monticello, the expansive brick home of Thomas Jefferson, sits atop a hill overlooking farmland, trees and the University of Virginia, the institution founded by the third U.S. president.

Migrant family who fled tear gas at U.S. border seeks asylum

Dec 18 2018

TIJUANA, Mexico Members of a group of Honduran migrants, which included a mother who had been photographed running with her daughters from tear gas several weeks ago, began seeking asylum at the U.S. border with Mexico on Monday, according to a Reuters witness and lawyers for the group. | Video

A tale of two Guantanamos

Feb 03 2018

GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba On the eastern edge of Cuba, lies the tale of two cities, Guantanamo the city and Guantanamo the U.S. naval base. Both are testament to the gulf between the two countries and their cultures. | Video

Hong Kong police use pepper spray on protesters, anger simmers over beating

Oct 15 2014

HONG KONG Hong Kong police used pepper spray early on Thursday to stop pro-democracy protesters from blocking a major road near the office of the city's embattled leader amid public anger over the police beating of a protester a day earlier.

Hong Kong police use pepper spray on protesters, anger simmers over beating

Oct 15 2014

HONG KONG Hong Kong police used pepper spray early on Thursday to stop pro-democracy protesters from blocking a major road near the office of the city's embattled leader amid public anger over the police beating of a protester a day earlier. | Video

Hong Kong police use pepper spray on protesters, anger simmers over beating

Oct 15 2014

HONG KONG Hong Kong police used pepper spray early on Thursday to stop pro-democracy protesters from blocking a major road near the office of the city's embattled leader amid public anger over the police beating of a protester a day earlier. | Video

China family planning: decades of putting all eggs in one basket

Oct 06 2014

BEIJING China's Communist Party leaders have praised their one-child policy for preventing the population from spiraling out of control, but critics say it has spawned decades of forced abortions, infanticide and child trafficking. | Video

China family planning - decades of putting all eggs in one basket

Oct 06 2014

BEIJING China's Communist Party leaders have praised their one-child policy for preventing the population from spiralling out of control, but critics say it has spawned decades of forced abortions, infanticide and child trafficking. | Video

China family planning: decades of putting all eggs in one basket

Oct 06 2014

BEIJING China's Communist Party leaders have praised their one-child policy for preventing the population from spiralling out of control, but critics say it has spawned decades of forced abortions, infanticide and child trafficking.

As attitudes change in China, people look to the sea for burial

May 15 2014

SHANGHAI Before Li Zhenxuan died at the age 101, the former chief officer of a Chinese riverboat told his son he wanted his ashes to be spread at sea along with those of his mother, who passed away in 1965, and his wife, who died in 1995.

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