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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.
Marvin DeJear’s Evelyn K. Davis Center shows that social service organizations can strengthen whole communities – one person at a time.
The resignation of Italy’s prime minister Tuesday blocked snap elections that could have put far-right pol Matteo Salvini in the country’s top office.
More people are experiencing what some researchers call “ecological grief,” whether or not they believe climate change is caused by humans.
As Afghanistan seeks to restore full ownership of its carpet industry, merchants talk of the soul captured in the modern versions of this ancient art.
The development of increasingly sophisticated high-tech tools that can quash dissent is raising questions about technology development.
Ungersheim’s environmentally friendly initiatives include ones that promote renewable energy. Local leaders across Europe are taking notes.
Four centuries after the first African slaves reached the U.S., Americans exploring their ancestry are boosting Ghana's sluggish economy.
In Uganda’s Mabira Forest, women birders are their own guides. One helped our reporter train his gaze on a feathery find.
Almost everyone in eastern Ukraine wants a peace plan that will end the fighting, but what that peace will look like can vary dramatically.
Here are four news events this weekend: A big, peaceful protest in Hong Kong, secret talks about Venezuela, and an “alt-right” rally in Portland.
The large turnout showed that the Hong Kong pro-democracy protests still have broad support despite the ugly scenes at the city's airport last week.
The U.S. is conducting secret talks with Diosdado Cabello and other top officials as Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro's grip on power weakens.
Facing a recalcitrant North, South Korea President Moon Jae-in called for an end to the South's standoff with Japan – a product of history and trade.
Shanghai introduced its first trash sorting program, and islands in the Caribbean are taking measures to protect their coral reefs.
As tensions rise, Beijing is signaling that it’s considering a military option to end the Hong Kong protests. Why that’s not the most-likely path.
Revoking Kashmir’s autonomy has been a Hindu nationalist dream for decades. Today’s global political atmosphere provided India the right moment.
Water quality in the Chesapeake Bay is improving after years of cleanup efforts and an EPA regulation.
British and U.S. trade officials met in Washington last week, as Britain sweats the risks of a “no deal Brexit” that undercuts its trade with Europe.
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