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In Egypt Referendum, Only the Turnout Seems in Doubt

The country began three days of voting on constitutional amendments that will effectively extend President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s hold on power until 2030.
NYTimes.com - Published

Israel’s ultra-Orthodox Parties Embrace Technology and Emerge Stronger

The rabbis’ instructions ruled the day in the country’s recent parliamentary elections. Now, the politicians are preparing for a clash over state and religion.
NYTimes.com - Published

Australian Fights to Save Her Grandchildren From Syrian Refugee Camp

Karen Nettleton spent the past five years searching for her grandchildren, whose father was an ISIS fighter. Now their fate has become a political football.
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In India, A Domestic Servant Rises To National Politics

Worldcrunch.com / THE WIRE *ODISHA* — On a hot summer afternoon in March, a surprise awaited 68-year-old Pramila Bisoi from Cheramaria village in Odisha's Ganjam district. After a brief telephone..
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Nonfiction: Why Did We Fight the Iraq War?

Michael J. Mazarr’s “Leap of Faith” argues that the tragedy was the result of a missionary impulse and wishful thinking.
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Trump Endorses an Aspiring Libyan Strongman, Reversing Policy

The United States had condemned the Libyan militia leader Khalifa Hifter for trying to depose a U.N.-backed government. Now President Trump has backed him.
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When A Korean-American Health And Fitness Nut Lands In France

Worldcrunch.com / RUE AMELOT *PARIS* — Paleo, keto, vegan, pescatarian. There are so many ways we can choose what, and what not, to eat. Give or take, I choose to eat roughly 160 grams of..
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'We Pray For The Caliphate To Return': ISIS Families Crowd Into Syrian Camps

"The women and children who have been raised on the mentality of ISIS and terrorism need to be rehabilitated," warns an official. "Otherwise, they will be the foundations of future terrorism."
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After Social Media Bans, Militant Groups Found Ways to Remain

Hezbollah and other groups classified as terrorist organizations by the United States have changed their social media strategies to stay on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
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Another Consequence Of Kenya's Drought: Obesity

Worldcrunch.com / SUDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG *TURKANA COUNTY* — Sand and scree wherever you look. Bushes that cling with difficulty to red, dusty earth that has long seen no water. Turkana County, in..
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Airline Warns of Measles After Flight Attendant Falls Ill

The woman is in a coma after contracting the disease, and passengers on a flight from J.F.K. to Tel Aviv are told to watch for symptoms.
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Notre Dame Fire: French Lessons In Risk Management

Worldcrunch.com / LES ECHOS -OpEd- *PARIS — *The fire that engulfed the Notre Dame cathedral is a national catastrophe. It has traumatized millions in France, regardless if they are Catholic or..
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U.S. Aid Agency Is Preparing To Lay Off Most Local Staff For Palestinian Projects

Under Trump administration orders, the U.S. Agency for International Development is readying to lay off most staff on Palestinian projects, according to U.S. government communications reviewed by NPR.
NPR - Published

All Greek To Them: How Three Colombians Found Athens In Italy

Worldcrunch.com / WORLDCRUNCH *PARIS* — Nobody would be happier than me if there were direct flights between Bogotá and Athens. As a native Colombian residing in Greece, I have had to make..
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Critic’s Notebook: In Soccer, Power’s Always in Play

A new exhibition at the Arab World Institute in Paris explores how the game embodies political and social changes in Africa, the Middle East and beyond.
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Turkey, India And Israel: The Changing Faces Of Populism

Worldcrunch.com / WORLDCRUNCH Political Scientist Soner Cagaptay once dubbed Recep Tayyip Erdogan the "inventor of 21st-century populism." There may be some truth to that, especially given the way..
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In Post-ISIS Iraq, Volunteering Can Quickly Become An Act Of Rebellion

In the aftermath of ISIS, a nurse in Mosul took it upon herself to clear the streets of corpses that had been there for weeks and months. It got her in trouble but helped spark a volunteer movement.
NPR - Published

Exit Strategy? Why Scaling Back Refugee Aid Is So Tricky

Worldcrunch.com / NEWS DEEPLY The New York* *Declaration and the Global Compact on Refugees have focused the world's attention on large-scale, protracted refugee situations. They emphasize..
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Israel Invokes Anti-Boycott Law to Order Human Rights Worker Deported

The case, involving a Human Rights Watch worker, tests the boundaries of criticism and protest in Israel. The advocacy group will appeal to Israel’s Supreme Court.
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El-Sisi Could Stay in Power Until 2030 Under Egypt Plan

The vote was seen by critics as another step back to authoritarianism, eight years after a pro-democracy uprising ended Hosni Mubarak’s three-decade rule.
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Sunshine State By Night

Worldcrunch.com / WORLDCRUNCH Before we were able to feast on these luscious oranges and grapefruit of Florida's many roadside stands, my wife and I had gotten off to a rather bumpy start in the..
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Art As Antidote To Xenophobia

Worldcrunch.com / EL ESPECTADOR -OpEd- *BOGOTÁ* — The massive exodus of Venezuelans has made us Colombians a little more sensitive to the phenomenon of migrants pushed out of their countries..
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Notre Dame: An Evolving Symbol Of France Is Bound To Live On

Worldcrunch.com / LE MONDE -Essay- *PARIS* — It is not only a monument that burned, it is Notre Dame de Paris. A major place of worship, a masterpiece of Gothic art and an eternal witness to..
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Notre Dame On Fire, 25 Front Pages From Around The World

Worldcrunch.com / WORLDCRUNCH PARIS — Firefighters said early Tuesday that they'd extinguished the final flames of the massive Notre Dame cathedral fire that began shortly before 7 p.m. local time..
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U.S. Risks Roiling Oil Markets in Trying to Tighten Sanctions

Oil purchases by China and India are undermining United States sanctions on Iran and Venezuela, but halting them could come at a cost.
NYTimes.com - Published

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