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Looking back on 2022: The year in global news, scientific … – NPR

From upheaval in Haiti to protests in Iran, we recount the top stories in global news from 2022. Foreign Policy’s Jennifer Williams joins us.
Then, even though more electric vehicles are hitting the roads, charging stations are still hard to come by. Drivers of electric cars especially have trouble in urban areas. Reporter Jordan Pascale of WAMU joins us.
And, 2022 saw some promising developments in science and technology. Staff writer for The Atlantic Derek Thompson joins us to break down the top developments of the year.
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