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ISIS isn't just recruiting radicals. It's using its huge tax and oil revenues to target the Middle East's unemployed with promises of cash and benefits.
The high expectations for the Brazilian Paralympics team and the attention brought by hosting the Games for athletes with disabilities could raise new awareness about daily challenges many face here.
The Monitor's Paris bureau chief finds that even French kindergartners get cuisine that would look at home in a trendy bistro.
Duterte said that while his "strong comments" in response "elicited concern and distress, we also regret it came across as a personal attack on the U.S. president."
Officials opened 18 shelters at schools in the two resorts and 38 more in other parts of Baja California Sur state, while warning people against panic buying.
The action appeared to pay off as the region's top state official reassured the huge, makeshift camp would be dismantled.
In a rare, self-critical reflection over a state election defeat, Merkel insisted that her decision to open the gate for refugees last year was right.
Local residents and Buddhist monks joined the protest, challenging what they perceived as "foreigners' biased intervention" from the nine-member panel.
When the petition first surfaced, observers said the possibility of another vote was 'unimaginable.' But on Monday, British lawmakers agreed to debate a second referendum.
President Obama is reconsidering plans to meet with Rodrigo Duterte after the Filipino president lashed out at the US leader for criticism of Duterte's extrajudicial killings.
Army and police personnel as well as civilians rushing to help victims of the first blast were caught in the second explosion, triggered when a suicide bomber blew himself up.
The launch of three ballistic missiles is an unwanted distraction for world leaders attending the G20 summit in China.
Since the conservative Law and Justice party came to power last year, Polish politics have become extremely polarized – to the point that it is tearing apart families and friendships.
Merkel's approval rating has plunged to a five-year low of 45 percent, down from 67 percent a year ago.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu halted maintenance on the country's train system Saturday, affecting thousands of commuters the next day.
Mother Teresa, the nun known for her work helping the poor in India, entered into sainthod on Sunday.
Elections for the Hong Kong Legislative Council were held Sunday with near-record turnout in the city. Many are voting for younger, more democratic candidates who want to become more independent from increasingly authoritative mainland China.
This is Hong Kong's most crucial election since the handover from Britain in 1997.
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