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Over 1.5 million students were homeless in US during 2017-2018

A new study has shown the number of students in the US experiencing homelessness is the highest that it's been in over a dozen years. How did that happen, and what can be done to reverse this trend? Lionel Donovan has more. #Homelessness #US #HomelessStudents

DC Direct - Homelessness in DC

DC Direct - Homelessness in DC

Village for homeless people

Village for homeless people

Homelessness in Germany: Berlin struggles with growing housing shortages

Homelessness in Germany: Berlin struggles with growing housing shortages

Poverty in Mongolia: Homeless people forced to live underground

Poverty in Mongolia: Homeless people forced to live underground

Anger after deadly Memphis police beating video released

Anger after deadly Memphis police beating video released

Concerns over escalating violence as Israel bombs Gaza

Concerns over escalating violence as Israel bombs Gaza

German foreign ministry in a pickle over leopard emoji faux pas

German foreign ministry in a pickle over leopard emoji faux pas

CCP – History of ushering change in China

CCP – History of ushering change in China

Muslims targeted in 51 percent of hate crimes in Sweden – report

Muslims targeted in 51 percent of hate crimes in Sweden – report

Uncovering the unexpected bond of Stockholm syndrome

Uncovering the unexpected bond of Stockholm syndrome

Researchers develop liquifying metal robots

Researchers develop liquifying metal robots

Sweden faces severe backlash over Quran-burning incident

Sweden faces severe backlash over Quran-burning incident

'RRR' makes history for India with Oscar nomination

'RRR' makes history for India with Oscar nomination

Palestinian man 'unnecessarily' killed by Israeli soldiers

Palestinian man 'unnecessarily' killed by Israeli soldiers

Rising attacks against Asian Americans in the US

Rising attacks against Asian Americans in the US

The UK faces its largest ambulance and NHS strikes yet

The UK faces its largest ambulance and NHS strikes yet

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