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  • Algeria: Algerians Lose Hope for Change Two Years after Protest Movement
    Many in Algeria had hoped that the country would become a democracy after the toppling of authoritarian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika in 2019. But the repression didn't end with the new government. Now many are leaving the country for Europe.
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    Published on 01-19-22
    8 hours ago
  • Putin's Russia: Alexei Navalny Remains Unbroken after a Year in Prison
    Alexei Navalny is locked away in one of the most notorious prisons in Russia, and it isn't clear when he might ever be released. The Kremlin has destroyed his opposition movement, but the Putin opponent remains steadfast. How does he do it?
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    Published on 01-18-22
    23 hours ago
  • Faltering Foreign Policy: Germany Has a Russia Problem
    Russian President Vladimir Putin is seeking to shift the balance of power in Europe and is even threatening war. So far, the German government hasn’t provided a clear answer to that threat. The problem is primarily a product of the party of Chancellor Olaf Scholz.
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    Published on 01-18-22
    1 day ago
  • An Interview with Anthony Fauci about Omicron: “The Virus Did What Viruses Tend To Do: It Surprised Us”
    Infection rates are skyrocketing, though symptoms appear to be milder. Nevertheless, Anthony Fauci, an adviser to the U.S. president, warns in an interview against playing down the dangers of Omicron. He also expresses his hope that we are approaching the end of the pandemic.
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    Published on 01-15-22
    4 days ago
  • The Ukraine Crisis: NATO Insiders Fear Attack on Multiple Fronts
    Hopes are waning within NATO that Russian President Vladimir Putin can be stopped from invading Ukraine. At the military alliance’s headquarters in Brussels, officials are increasingly alarmed by even worse scenarios.
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    Published on 01-14-22
    5 days ago
  • Novak Djoković: Were the Results of His Positive PCR Test Manipulated?
    Tennis star Novak Djoković claims that he tested positive for the coronavirus on Dec. 16. But the digital test result suggests otherwise. This and a suspected false statement could create new visa problems for the athlete in Australia.
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    Published on 01-11-22
    1 week ago
  • Escaping Corona: A Community of German Anti-Vaxxers on the Black Sea Coast
    A number of Germans have sought refuge on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast from what they view as dictatorial anti-coronavirus measures back home. It has developed into a kind of alternative reality for conspiracy theorists.
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    Published on 01-04-22
    2 weeks ago
  • A Chronicle of Refugee Deaths along the Border Between Poland and Belarus
    At least 17 people have died at the border between Poland and Belarus. European politicians have described the refugees as "weapons" in a "hybrid war." In fact, they were people with dreams, fears and aspirations. Here are their stories.
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    Published on 12-22-21
    4 weeks ago
  • How a Prestigious Scientific Organization Came Under Suspicion of Treating Women Unequally
    In a dispute over the removal of the female director of an important scientific institution, Germany's prestigious Max Planck Society suffered a setback in court recently. The organization's president is facing allegations of gender discrimination and calls for his resignation.
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    Published on 12-18-21
    1 month ago
  • New Insights into the New Variant: The Omicron Wave Hits Europe
    The latest variant of the coronavirus is rapidly spreading across Europe, and health-care systems in some countries are already overwhelmed. Fears are growing that Omicron will unleash the worst wave yet seen in the pandemic.
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    Published on 12-17-21
    1 month ago