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India's government will soon release a citizenship list in the state of Assam it hopes will stop unchecked immigration but could exclude millions.
Italy's populist and centrist parties on the left could form a coalition, preventing a general election and excluding Deputy Premiere Matteo Salvini.
A design update for communication towers is saving migratory birds, and women in Saudi Arabia are able to leave the country without male consent.
A South African court has banned many displays of the country’s former flag, ruling that they constituted hate speech, discrimination, and harassment.
Boris Johnson's move to prorogue Parliament was met with howls of disapproval from those against a no-deal Brexit. But it may not be a crisis yet.
Calgary’s Central Library opened last year to crowds drawn to its architecture, podcast studios, meeting spaces – and books.
Yemen's government accused the United Arab Emirates of an airstrike on its troops, which may spell the end of a fragile coalition led by Saudi Arabia.
There’s a long way to go, but there’s been a 38% reduction in child labor worldwide since the turn of the century.
The internal dispute over Turkey’s national identity explains the broad criticism of a new wave of educational reforms.
Sudan finally has momentum to democratize. But a weak economy, international isolation, internal conflict, and transitional justice stand in the way.
A cafe in Seattle doubles as a refuge for those in recovery from addiction. It’s part of a nationwide network serving around 1,500 people a month.
Hungary is pushing for larger families. But when those families experience domestic violence, the government’s interest seems to wane.
Here are four news events from this weekend: the G7 summit, Israel attacks drones, Hong Kong battles, and a huge pumice raft in the Pacific.
French President Emmanuel Macron said the G7 leaders were nearing an Amazon fires agreement to support Brazil with technical and financial mechanisms.
Some protesters said they're resorting to violence because the government has not responded to their peaceful demonstrations.
G7 Summit: Can the leaders of seven rich democracies come up with a unified road map on how to help global economic growth?
Israeli fighter jets attack targets in Syria on an almost weekly basis, including on Saturday night, to thwart a planned Iranian drone strike.
Recent shifts in the prolonged Yemen conflict show how the Trump-friendly Saudi-UAE power relationship, a bulwark against Iran, is fraying.
The Moscow protests show the political awakening of Russia’s professional class after being bluntly snubbed by Moscow city authorities.
Uganda motorcycle taxis multiplied to get around Kampala’s notorious traffic. But without adequate planning, unsafe transit is expected to worsen.
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