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An American preacher detained in Turkey is not the only hostage: Brunson, the Sultan’s bargaining chip IT WAS all smiles and backslaps between
The world relies on Russia to build its nuclear power plants: IN MARCH 2011 a tsunami engulfed the Fukushima power plant in Japan,
Why Swedes are inserting microchips into their bodies: ON SOME Swedish trains, passengers carry their e-tickets in their hands—literally. About
Politics surpasses satire in Ukraine: ONE morning a history teacher wakes up in Kiev to find himself
Cheer up, Deutschland: A VISITOR to Germany this summer will find a country living well.
#MeToo casts long shadow over Cosby’s sexual assault retrial: (Reuters) – When Bill Cosby’s retrial on sexual assault charges begins on
Pianist Cecil Taylor, U.S. jazz innovator, dead at 89: media: NEW YORK (Reuters) – Cecil Taylor, a U.S. jazz pianist who plied
UK’s Prince Harry and fiancee Meghan visit Invictus Games trials: LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s Prince Harry and his American fiancee Meghan Markle
Japanese anime film director Isao Takahata dies at 82: TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese anime film director and writer Isao Takahata, co-founder
‘He’s Funny That Way’: Dylan, Kesha lend voices to LGBT songs: LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Bob Dylan, Kesha and Valerie June are among