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By Paul van den IJseel - Mar 22, 2014 - Last updated at Mar 22, 2014 22:35
Imagine the headline of this paper would read, “Terrorist group threatens to detonate a nuclear bomb in Amman if its demands are not m ...
By Michael J. Boivin - Mar 19, 2014 - Last updated at Mar 19, 2014 22:35
Too many preventable diseases, from AIDS to yellow fever, have long afflicted sub-Saharan Africa. ...
By Sergio Aguayo - Mar 13, 2014 - Last updated at Mar 13, 2014 22:29
The capture of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán — one of the world’s most wanted criminals — is just on ...
By David Hone - Mar 12, 2014 - Last updated at Mar 12, 2014 22:50
Whether at United Nations climate-change summits or one of the many “green growth” forums, renewables and energy efficiency are ...
By Yasser Al Saleh - Mar 11, 2014 - Last updated at Mar 11, 2014 22:51
In recent years, an increasingly loud chorus of environmentalists, civil-society actors, and international institutions have been demanding ...
By David Roberts - Mar 10, 2014 - Last updated at Mar 10, 2014 22:47
Fearsome stories about migrating Indonesian haze, post-Diwali smog in northern India and the return of the “airpocalypse” in Chi ...
By Subir Gokarn - Mar 08, 2014 - Last updated at Mar 08, 2014 22:58
As India gears up for its general election next month, it has some cause to celebrate: extreme poverty is finally in retreat. In 2012 &mdas ...
By Ike Okonta - Mar 06, 2014 - Last updated at Mar 06, 2014 22:55
It was only a matter of time before Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan moved against Lamido Sanusi, the governor of the Central Bank of Ni ...
By Ronaldo Nazário de Lima - Mar 04, 2014 - Last updated at Mar 04, 2014 22:54
Just under 100 days. It is hard to believe it is so close. ...
By Mario Livio - Feb 26, 2014 - Last updated at Feb 26, 2014 22:53
Thomas Edison is reputed to have said: “I have not failed. ...

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