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Reporter's Notebook: On edge of Sahara, camel is what's for dinner
Discerning taste buds in the West may be unfamiliar with camel meat. Perhaps what gives pause is the thought of converting ornery camels – the working e... >
Identity politics on the ropes in Iraq?
In a region rife with identity politics arising from ethnic and religious differences, Iraqis experienced something very universal in early October. A new... >
After charity sex
When Katie Meyler opened the tuition-free “More Than Me” school for girls in a smart green and white house in the center of Liberia’s capital in 2013... >
How Stacey Abrams has gotten within one point of Georgia governor’s mansion
With one point separating her and Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, Abrams could very well become not only the first black governor of Georgia, but t... >
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Russia wrestles with a US
Despite Russia’s already rather tough gun regulations, there are also calls to crack down harder. At the end of the day, and as is often the case in the US, there seems to be no clear explanation for why Vladislav Roslyakov, an 18-year-old student at K... >
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Why ‘the Kavanaugh effect’ on midterms is so unpredictable
When big political news occurs close to an impending election, Washington is usually awash in arguments about how it might affect the upcoming vote. As yo... >
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Amid complaints of a rigged system, one woman's effort to end gerrymandering
The post that changed Katie Fahey’s life came to her a couple of days after the 2016 presidential election. ... >
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Afghans choose ballots over bombs
Millions of people in Afghanistan will cast ballots this Saturday in an election whose outcome matters less than what it says about the Afghan people’s d... >
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Meanwhile in ... Afghanistan, fans are rejoicing over what’s being called the 'fairy tale' success story of the country’s cricket team
Afghanistan, fans are rejoicing over what’s being called the “fairy tale” success story of the country’s cricket team. In the United Arab Emirates... >
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In Florida's kaleidoscopic politics, a window into America's future
For Hannah Klein and William Joel Bravo, paid canvassers for the liberal NextGen America, that’s half the challenge – getting people to open the door a... >
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At stake in Khashoggi affair: control of the Arab world’s narrative
The disappearance and alleged murder of Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi has done more than strike fear in the hearts of Arab... >