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Zimbabwe's new liberation struggle
In Africa, a popular Twitter hashtag in recent days has been #Zimbabwe. It is rare for Africans to witness a dictator like Robert Mugabe being sidelined s... >
Wounded vets force disability rethink in Ukraine
As he approaches the finish line of the Marine Corps 10K race, Vadym Svyrydenko breaks into a broad smile: He has picked out the blue and yellow of his cou... >
Congress has an 'et tu?' moment as it grapples with sexual harrassment
Now, it’s the US Capitol – where a wave of complaints about sexual abuse and harassment have flooded the stately halls and engulfed a sitting senator, ... >
In Latin America, no more women presidents – for now
In a part of the world known for its rampant machismo, the recent Presidenta period marked a hopeful turning point for Latin America. There have been sign... >
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US needs corporate tax reform. Does the GOP deliver it?
Ask Americans what bothers them the most about taxes, and they typically don’t talk about their own tax bill. Polls this year suggest that roughly two-thirds of Americans believe corporate taxes should go up. As the Senate Finance Committee voted Thur... >
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Mumbai museum challenges Indians' self image
Such intriguing juxtapositions, unexpected stories, and global connections form the essence of an ambitious new exhibition that recounts India’s history ... >
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Protecting the innocent from cyber warriors
In new warnings about cyberattacks by foreign entities, Britain and the United States have lately left the impression that innocent civilians, and not just... >
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New refrain in Washington: Is this the Saudi Arabia we wanted?
From the outset of his presidency, Donald Trump has signaled his intention to refashion Middle East policy in a big way – and to return Saudi Arabia, sid... >
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Why Jordanian mothers still can't give citizenship to their children
Ahmed Zubeidi is a living ghost.... >
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'Thoughts and prayers': For devout, what does it mean to pray after tragedy?
It’s a familiar performance in a long-running drama: Following a mass shooting, proponents and opponents of gun control take to the national stage, find ... >
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In 2017, transgender community sees record political gains – and violent hostility
Lisa Middleton ran for city council in Palm Springs, Calif., this year, she says, because she felt the time was right for her as a civil servant. Recommen... >