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  • Can Diplomacy Stop the War in Libya?
    In the conflict over Libya, a North African country of considerable strategic importance for Europe, three countries have been setting the agenda with their military: Russia, the United Arab Emirates and Turkey. Does diplomacy still have a chance?
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    Published on 01-17-20
    20 hours ago
  • Lake Chad: A War Fueled By Global Warming
    The region between Chad, Niger, Nigeria and Cameroon is dominated by violence, poverty and hunger and it is home to one of the most complex humanitarian crises in the world. Now, climate change is intensifying the problem.
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    Published on 01-16-20
    2 days ago
  • Germany’s Greens Hit Adulthood
    Once self-identified as the "anti-party party," Germany's Greens now have aspirations of moving into the Chancellery before long. At age 40, their story is one of astonishing success -- and change.
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    Published on 01-16-20
    2 days ago
  • Germany: Can New Organ Donor Law Save Lives?
    German lawmakers are considering making the country's organ donor program opt-out rather than opt-in. Their decision could save many lives, but it's deeply controversial. A transplant recipient and a father who had to choose whether to donate his son's organs share their views on the life and death legislation.
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    Published on 01-15-20
    3 days ago
  • American Withdraws from Trial after Questions about His Background
    An American witness in a Holocaust trial drew global attention after making a conciliatory gesture to a concentration camp guard. After questions about whether the joint plaintiff had even been held in a concentration camp, he has now withdrawn from the proceedings.
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    Published on 01-14-20
    4 days ago
  • Germany Plans to Repatriate Ebola Patients
    The German government, doctors and Lufthansa have come up with a novel solution for bringing aid workers back to Europe for treatment if they contract Ebola in Africa. The plan involves modular isolation chambers that could be loaded onto conventional freight planes.
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    Published on 01-08-20
    1 week ago
  • Dissendent Describes ‘Cultural Genocide’ Against Uighurs
    The Chinese government is currently interning hundreds of thousands of the country's Uighur Muslim minority. In an interview, Jewher Ilham, the daughter of human rights activist Ilham Tohti, who has been sentenced to life in prison, calls on the European Union to take action against Beijing.
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    Published on 01-03-20
    2 weeks ago
  • Karl Rove on Donald Trump: “We Will Lose”
    In an interview, former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, a longtime adviser to former President George W. Bush, argues the Republican Party will lose in the long term if it continues following Donald Trump's path.
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    Published on 01-02-20
    2 weeks ago
  • Shiori Ito Rape Case Has Japan Talking about Sexual Assault
    The journalist Shiori Ito woke up in a hotel room naked and with no memory of what had happened. She is suing the man who brought her there and allegedly sexually assaulted her. It is a case that has divided Japan. On Wednesday, she won.
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    Published on 12-18-19
    1 month ago
  • Bangladeshi Textile Workers: Parenting for 11 Days a Year
    Women like Tasnia Begum work in Bangladesh's cities and sew clothes for Western consumers. Often, the only time they see their children is during the holidays.
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    Published on 12-17-19
    1 month ago