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The Most Talked About Non-Topic at the Vatican? Homosexuality.

As Pope Francis gathered church leaders to discuss the abuse of children, the topic most buzzing at meeting margins was not even on the agenda.
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Charles Dickens Tried to Banish His Wife to an Asylum, Letters Show

Newly published correspondence gives Catherine Dickens’s account of a great Victorian scandal.
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Marella Agnelli, Society’s ‘Last Swan’ and a Passionate Gardener, Is Dead at 91

Mrs. Agnelli, descended from Neapolitan nobility, glided through the Italian aristocracy as an artist’s muse and subject of fashion-world fascination.
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Exclusive: SpaceX Accuses Europe's Ariane Of Unfair Competition

Worldcrunch.com / LES ECHOS *PARIS* — In a less tense geopolitical and commercial context between the US and Europe, the situation might generate a hearty laugh. SpaceX, the rocket manufacturer..
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Amid Brexit Strains, Anglo-Irish Relations Are ‘Fraying’

As the debate grinds toward a climax, Ireland is getting a familiar feeling: “The British,” as one person said, “are about to kick us in the teeth again.”
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Catholic Leaders at Meeting on Sex Abuse Hear Proposal for Removing Bishops

Cardinal Blase Cupich, archbishop of Chicago, proposed new global procedures on sexual abuse cases, saying local churches should not expect Rome to handle everything for them.
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Gauging Saudi Stakes On Pakistan And India

Worldcrunch.com / THE WIRE *NEW DELHI* — Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman's visits to India and Pakistan in the immediate aftermath of a deadly suicide attack on Indian security personnel in..
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Watch: OneShot — Raising The Flag On Iwo Jima, A Look Back

Worldcrunch.com / ONESHOT Six men, one flag: it is the defining image of the Greatest Generation. No bodies, no planes or tanks, and yet it has become one of the most recognizable images of that..
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In the Catholic Church’s Homeland, Clerical Abuse Is Barely a Scandal

While other countries have taken a hard look at the abuse of children by priests, Italy’s approach has been something closer to a media blackout.
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Heirs To El Chapo: Who Will Be Sinaloa Drug Cartel's Next Boss?

Worldcrunch.com / CLARIN *BUENOS AIRES* — Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán, the 61-year-old crime boss from Mexico, will probably spend the rest of his life in jail after a New York jury found him guilty..
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If Only Marie Kondo Could Clean Up My Social Life

Worldcrunch.com / SUDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG -Essay- I have a friend I can't stand. It sounds mean, but that's how she makes me feel. Every time she writes me, calls me, wants to visit me, I'm annoyed...
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Seweryn Bialer, 92, Defector and Soviet Union Scholar, Dies

An author who knew his subject firsthand from his years as an official in Communist Poland, he became a sought-after voice on Soviet affairs.
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Woman Dies, Others Fall Ill, After Eating at RiFF Restaurant in Spain

Bernd Knöller, head chef of the Michelin-starred restaurant, said he had closed it while the death of a woman who ate there was investigated.
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Social Media Posts Reveal NATO Soldiers’ Activities, Report Says

Researchers found sensitive details about a NATO military exercise through social media platforms like Facebook, exposing vulnerabilities and privacy loopholes.
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Woody Allen Is Shooting a New Movie in Spain

The director may have a tarnished reputation in the United States, but he has been able to secure funding from a Barcelona-based company for a new project.
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For U.K.’s Labour, Anti-Semitism Is as Divisive and Damaging as Brexit

As another party lawmaker left for an independent grouping, leaders struggled to combat charges that Labour is “institutionally anti-Semitic.”
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Pope Francis Opens Summit on Sexual Abuse: ‘Hear the Cry of the Little Ones’

Addressing 190 bishops and Roman Catholic Church leaders from around the world, Francis said the faithful were owed “concrete and effective measures.”
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Pope Francis Opens Summit on Sexual Abuse

Pope Francis opened a historic summit on child protection and the Catholic Church’s sexual abuse crisis, saying, “We hear the cry of the little ones asking for justice.”
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Critic’s Pick: ‘The Competition’ Review: Vying for a Slot in an Elite Film School

In Claire Simon’s engaging, provocative documentary, future filmmakers go through a grueling process.
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Chinese Students In Latin America: Barriers Beyond Language 

Worldcrunch.com / AMERICA ECONOMIA *VALPARAÍSO *—* *The concept of transit implies the idea of passing from one point to another — a transfer. In recent years, we have observed the transit of..
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Gay Priests, Secret Rules and the Abuse of Nuns: Some of the Vatican Controversies as Bishops Meet

As a historic Vatican conference on child sexual abuses gets underway, a swirl of recent scandals are threatening to overshadow the agenda.
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French Yellow Vests: How Social Unrest Begets Anti-Semitism

Worldcrunch.com / LE MONDE *PARIS* — European history has shown, time and again, that anti-Semitism is an indicator that the social state has become unstable. It’s therefore not shocking that..
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Poroshenko Builds Support Among Ukrainians Abroad in Visit to U.S.

The president is facing an election in which the diaspora vote is seen as pivotal. His popularity, dented by accusations of corruption, has dipped at home.
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For the Vatican, Solving Clergy Sex Abuse Is ‘Not So Simple’

As church leaders convene at the Vatican, they say that a diversity of views and legal and cultural barriers around the world, as well as denial, make one global standard impossible.
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A U.S. Ambassador Promises a Global Push to Decriminalize Homosexuality

The ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, the most prominent openly gay diplomat in the Trump administration, is leading the effort. Critics are skeptical.
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Huawei Risks to Britain Can Be Blunted, U.K. Official Says, in a Rebuff to U.S.

A top security official outlined an alternative approach to the Trump administration’s call to keep the Chinese company Huawei out of 5G networks.
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Oil On Canvas? Art As Seen Through Black Gold

Worldcrunch.com / MADA MASR *DUBAI* — “Oil is magical and insidious,” writes Murtaza Vali, curator of Crude*, the inaugural exhibition at Dubai’s Jameel Arts Centre. Oil’s influence was..
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Putin Doubles Down on Threats Against the U.S.

In his annual state-of-the-nation speech, President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia warned that if American missiles were deployed in Europe, Russia would aim its weapons at those missiles and at targets..
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Threatening U.S., Putin Promises Russians Both Missiles and Butter

President Vladimir V. Putin, facing falling popularity, talked of huge social spending and updated weapons. He did not say how he would pay for it all.
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Trying to Stop Brexit, Using Catchy Songs and Washboard Abs

The Breunion Boys are wading into a bitter debate with a clear mission: “We just want to show the real love between Britain and Europe.”
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Flying (And Landing) High In La Paz

Worldcrunch.com / WORLDCRUNCH La Paz's airport delivers on its name: El Alto is indeed the highest international airport in the world. Luckily neither my wife Claudine (pictured here in the..
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Three Lawmakers Quit Britain’s Conservative Party, Joining Labour Defectors

The three Tories resigned over Brexit policy, weakening Theresa May’s precarious government. Eleven members of Parliament have bolted the two main parties this week.
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Bernie's Ready For Another Run — Are Democrats Ready For Him?

Worldcrunch.com / THE WASHINGTON POST -Analysis- *WASHINGTON* — Bernie Sanders just made it official, announcing that he'll be a candidate for president in 2020. His candidacy brings lots of..
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As a ‘No Deal’ Brexit Looms, the Art World Prepares for the Fallout

British dealers, auctioneers and artists are bracing for the departure from the European Union. Some see advantages to life outside the bloc.
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Why Latin America Shouldn't Take Sides In U.S.-China Rivalry

Worldcrunch.com / CLARIN -Analysis- *BUENOS AIRES* — Until last year, the triangular relationship between China, the United States and Latin America offered the possibility of cooperation,..
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Russian Hackers Targeted European Research Groups, Microsoft Says

The attacks, which come ahead of elections in May, reflect the spread of a broad online campaign linked to Moscow to disrupt its political opponents.
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Just How Endangered Is Watchmaking?

Advocates in Switzerland and Britain are trying to get the skill added to a Unesco cultural heritage list.
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Would You Die for Europe? A Binational Battalion Offers an Answer

A German-led tank battalion with Dutch soldiers gives a glimpse of what a “real European army” may look like one day, though the obstacles are huge.
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Thousands Rally Against Anti-Semitism in France After Vandalism of Jewish Cemetery

France’s major political parties and Jewish organizations organized rallies across the country against anti-Semitism, responding to a sharp spike in incidents targeting Jewish people and sites.
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Family of Shamima Begum, ISIS Teenager, Says Britain Plans to Revoke Her Citizenship

Ms. Begum’s family said it was “very disappointed with the Home Office’s intention to have an order made depriving Shamima of her citizenship.”
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E.U. Parliament Chief Asked to Step Down Over Divisive Remarks

Comments made at a ceremony commemorating Italian victims of World War II massacres led to calls for Antonio Tajani to resign.
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The Violent Roots Of India's Subjugation Of Women

Worldcrunch.com / THE WIRE *NEW DELHI* — Recent confrontations at the Sabarimala temple have alerted us yet again to the persistent power of brahmanical Hinduism. Not only the Bharatiya Janata..
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Virginie Viard Takes the Helm of Chanel After Karl Lagerfeld

Ms. Viard, who was Mr. Lagerfeld’s right and left hand, is the new creative director of the fashion house.
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Nonfiction: The Life-or-Death Struggle of Refugees Braving the Mediterranean Crossing

In “Notes on a Shipwreck,” the Italian journalist Davide Enia bears witness to the suffering of migrants fleeing Africa for the island of Lampedusa.
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Russia Votes to Ban Smartphone Use by Military, Trying to Hide Digital Traces

Online posts, including pictures and videos, have given away the locations and activities of Russian troops, exposing Kremlin falsehoods about actions in Ukraine and Syria.
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5 Brexit Blunders: From David Cameron’s Hum to Theresa May’s Jam

A collection of Brexit slip-ups that make British politics look a bit like satire.
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French Ministers’ Bid to Reach Young People: An 11-Hour Online Debate

Ten top government officials joined live discussions on Twitch, a platform best known for showing people playing video games.
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Watch: OneShot — The Kaiser Of Fashion Leaves The Runway

Worldcrunch.com / ONESHOT "Legendary," "pioneering," "the savior of Chanel," "fashion icon..." Superlatives abound in international headlines as news outlets take a moment to pay homage to the..
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Karl Lagerfeld, Designer Who Defined Luxury Fashion, Dies at 85

“He represents the soul of fashion,” said Anna Wintour of Vogue, “restless, forward-looking and voraciously attentive to our changing culture.”
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Russians, Feeling Poor and Protesting Garbage, Suffer Winter Blues

A plurality in Russia say it is moving in the wrong direction, and support for President Vladimir V. Putin has dropped. What will that mean for Russian politics?
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