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By Matt Slaughter - Jun 11, 2014 - Last updated at Jun 11, 2014 23:10
Ready or not, Brazil is rolling out the welcome mat for sports fans from around the world. ...
By Writers Writers - Jun 10, 2014 - Last updated at Jun 10, 2014 23:08
The recent European Parliament elections were dominated by disillusion and despair. ...
By Jacqueline Bhabha - Jun 09, 2014 - Last updated at Jun 09, 2014 23:04
The abduction of hundreds of young Nigerian girls by the Islamic militia Boko Haram has been front-page news for weeks. The global public i ...
By Serap Aksoy - Jun 07, 2014 - Last updated at Jun 07, 2014 22:55
Human African trypanosomiasis (HAT) — also known as sleeping sickness — has long plagued rural sub-Saharan African populations. ...
By Bogdan Klich - Jun 04, 2014 - Last updated at Jun 04, 2014 23:04
Russia’s aggression in Ukraine has called into question NATO’s willingness and ability to protect its East European flank. For ...
By Yun Byung-se - Jun 04, 2014 - Last updated at Jun 04, 2014 23:02
While the United Nations celebrates its 70th anniversary in 2015, Koreans will lament 70 years of national division. ...
By Bahjat Tabbara - Jun 04, 2014 - Last updated at Jun 04, 2014 23:01
Allegations that the “nuclear lobby” is derailing oil shale developments in Jordan have been heard for some time, but proponents ...
By Maen F. Nsour - Jun 03, 2014 - Last updated at Jun 03, 2014 23:00
The phenomenon of tax evasion is global, experienced by developed and developing countries alike. ...
By Dagfinn Høybråten - Jun 02, 2014 - Last updated at Jun 02, 2014 22:58
The plight of more than 200 girls abducted in northern Nigeria is a brutal reminder of just how vulnerable children in Africa — partic ...
By Michael Kryzanek - Jun 01, 2014 - Last updated at Jun 01, 2014 23:07
After being stung by conservative criticism and popular misgivings over what was viewed as a weak response to the civil war in Syria and the ...

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