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The freedom driving North Korea to the table
Just a year ago, the world was tracking how much North Korea might be a threat as it tested new missiles and nuclear weapons. President Trump even promise... >
With nowhere to run, Idlib residents reach for life, but prepare to fight
The sight of his three-year-old twins pains Ibrahim, but he thanks God they are both alive.... >
No whispering, just horses and city kids, learning on a farm
Jacqui is a draft horse with hoofs the size of dinner plates. “Great job, Matthew,” says Dale Perkins, who’s holding Jacqui’s lead line and giving... >
With no verdict, how survivors of child sex abuse find own sense of justice
Brown was among a number of survivors of childhood sexual abuse by religious figures who shared their stories with Monitor. Each of them, in their own way... >
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How one North Carolina town stayed dry during Florence
Neighbors J.W. Raburn and Henry Williams are political polar opposites. Mr. Raburn says he may have been the only one in this sound-side hamlet to have voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016. Nearby Oriental, New Bern, and large parts of central North Caroli... >
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Kavanaugh twist shows rising influence of MeToo
Just one day after the accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, revealed her identity to The Washington Post, Ms. Conway on Monday said she had it straight from Pre... >
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Why Arabic is flowering in Israel even as it’s officially demoted
It was advertised as the largest Arabic lesson in the world. On a summer night in a square in central Tel Aviv, several thousand Israelis heeded the call ... >
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Meanwhile in ... Africa, more young people are being drawn to the sport of fencing
Africa, more young people are being drawn to the sport of fencing. The International Fencing Federation (FIE), lured by the potential of large pools of unt... >
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Amazon’s Bezos clicks on homelessness
The world’s richest man, Jeff Bezos, is shopping for solutions to homelessness. Last week, the founder of Amazon announced a special fund of around $1 b... >
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‘Returnships’: how the cousin of internships is about giving back
When I was growing up, you might have had an internship or two. Internships are a must if you want to show you have business experience and get a job afte... >
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Canada needs to make a statement about Aung San Suu Kyi, Question easy loans from China, Working mothers are assets, not liabilities, Tourism bump is
“But the real outrage is that ... the slaughter ... continues unabated.... [T]his ethnic cleansing is taking place in a country whose elected civilian le... >