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‘Let Them Call You Racists’: Bannon’s Pep Talk to National Front

“Let them call you racists. Let them call you xenophobes. Let them call you nativists,” he...

Trump’s ‘Bully’ Attack on Trudeau Outrages Canadians

He wrote on Twitter on Sunday that the agreement at Charlevoix would, among other things, strengthen “our economies,” and protect women and the environment....

In Brazil, 1,000 Protest Murder of Rio de Janeiro Councilwoman

Ms. Franco’s death came just a month after President Michel Temer of Brazil signed a decree...

After My U.N. Office Was Attacked, Our Somali Colleagues Went Back to Work the...

The blast wave thundered through the compound, ripping the expletive on my lips in two and cramming half of it back down my throat....

The farmers using sewage to make saris

India is one of the biggest users of groundwater in the world, extracting more than the USA and China combined. But as the population...

Pope Francis, the Accusations and the Back Story

What are the ideological divisions in the church?The most volatile disputes have to do with social issues on which public opinion in Western countries...

Japan Executes Cult Leader Behind Deadly 1995 Subway Attack

The leader of a cult in Japan whose followers released deadly gas in the Tokyo subway in 1995, killing 13 people and injuring thousands,...

Challenging Poland’s Leaders, Top Supreme Court Justice Takes a Defiant Stand

WARSAW — Surrounded by hundreds of cheering supporters, Poland’s top Supreme Court justice took a defiant stand on the courthouse steps here Wednesday morning...

Shinzo Abe Gets One Step Closer to Becoming Japan’s Longest-Serving Premier

TOKYO — Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won a commanding victory in a vote for the leadership of Japan’s governing party on Thursday, moving him...

Fed Up With Corruption, Fresh Faces Take On Brazil’s Political Old Guard

This year’s campaign “is just the beginning of the political renewal, not the end,” said Ilona Szabó, an academic and co-founder of Agora. “There...

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