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Sudan protests: Why a photo of a woman chanting went viral

It’s a stunning image. A crowd of Sudanese protesters — mainly women — necks craned, phones held up to capture…

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‘Our children are gasping’ – Senegal’s toxic air battle

Two-year-old Thayi loves the aerosol therapy room at Senegal’s Albert Royer Children’s Hospital, where she gets to fall asleep on…

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Theresa May gambles it all in last-ditch bid to deliver Brexit

Now, May is about to make her biggest gamble yet, and whatever happens, it is likely to be her last…

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America in the making, and replacing ‘wall’ with ‘bridge’

America in the making Scott Armstrong’s headline prompt in the Jan. 21 Upfront column, to complete the sentence “Making America…

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Rwanda genocide 25 years on: Why I forgave my children's killer

Anne-Marie watched as her neighbour killed two of her children in the Rwandan genocide 25 years ago. Source link

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Theresa May under fire as MPs move to block no-deal Brexit: Live updates

Any further delay to Brexit will inevitably be long and the UK will have to prepare to hold European elections…

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In Turkey vote, ruling party’s recipe for trouble: too much Erdoğan

When the Turkish electrician, a longtime supporter of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s party, backed the opposition Sunday in Istanbul, his…

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Letter from Africa: ‘We’re not cleaners’ – sexism amid Sudan protests

Image copyright AFP In our series of letters from African journalists, Zeinab Mohammed Salih considers why female protesters are angry…

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In Ukraine’s election, a comedian might win (Opinion)

Ukrainian voters will be greeted with a mesmerizing docket in the voting booth: a dermatologist, a trained spy, a former…

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Why Republicans are balking at replacing Obamacare, again

Gasps went up from the Senate floor two years ago when Republican Sen. John McCain gave his late-night thumbs-down to…