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When historic buildings are destroyed, says , “you also destroy the culture—you destroy the communities”
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Estonia wants to become the first country with free public transport, nationwide
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“Three Women” captures the pain and powerlessness of desire as well as its heady joys
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After protests over a law that could allow the president to stay in power until 2033, Chad's government banned social media
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Facebook seems eager to convince governments that it can be trusted, despite piles of evidence to the contrary
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Maori identity defines much of New Zealand's rugby—from the haka, to sleeve tattoos and the style of play
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Iran threatened to do exactly this after Britain seized an Iranian tanker off Gibraltar on July 4th
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Prospects for American companies have indeed dimmed
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Mike Pompeo is dismantling the approach to rights and diplomacy that was developed by Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of state
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Most of the migrants arriving at the American border must now appeal for asylum in Mexico, or somewhere further south, first
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Their zealousness and their wilful misreading of history notwithstanding, neo-Maoists have remained stubbornly influential
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A typical ceremony might set a groom’s family back $9,000, in a country where GDP per person is around $520
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Far-right extremism surged in Germany during the refugee crisis in 2015 and has not come down
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50 years after the first Moon landing, dozens of missions are planned to return. But who, if anyone, owns these lunar territories?
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More aerial skirmishing between Iran and America probably lies ahead
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After 9/11 Pakistan’s borderlands became a battleground
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“The Farewell” examines the differences between its disparate elements without needing to reconcile them
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America's trade war could result in companies moving out of China, cutting logistics and inventory costs
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America Inc mints $1bn every five hours. But the era of relentlessly expanding profits is under threat
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A hundred countries around the world have schemes that offer a “golden visa” in return for a big investment
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