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Artificial limbs change lives for Gaza protesters

At Gaza Artificial Limp and Polio Centre, young people who lost their legs due to Israeli gunfire wounds in over a year of border protests sweat as they exercised to adopt to using new artificial limps that will help them quit their crutches.

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At Gaza Artificial Limp and Polio Centre, young people who lost their legs due to Israeli gunfire wounds in over a year of border protests sweat as they exercised to adopt to using new artificial limps that will help them quit their crutches.

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British diver who helped Thai cave boys is rescued himself

A British diver who disappeared while diving in a rural part of Tennessee was rescued on Wednesday (April 17). Edward Baran reports.

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A British diver who disappeared while diving in a rural part of Tennessee was rescued on Wednesday (April 17). Edward Baran reports.

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Slave history woven into Senegalese gold jewelery exhibit

The Smithsonian National Museum of African Art in Washington is showcasing an exhibition on the history of 18th and 19th century Senegalese women’s gold jewelery. But it also has a dark side. Serena Chaudhry reports.

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The Smithsonian National Museum of African Art in Washington is showcasing an exhibition on the history of 18th and 19th century Senegalese women’s gold jewelery. But it also has a dark side. Serena Chaudhry reports.

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South African game reserve turned into high-tech fortress

After rhino poaching in South Africa rose by 9,000 percent, one park has started using new defence techniques and they’ve had huge success. Sam Holder reports.

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After rhino poaching in South Africa rose by 9,000 percent, one park has started using new defence techniques and they’ve had huge success. Sam Holder reports.

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