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Best Cartoons Mocking Trump’s Muslim Ban

While demonstrators staged nationwide protests to reject President Donald J. Trump's ban on immigrants from 7 Muslim-majority countries, the controversial executive order has been...
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Turkey Is Building 50 New Prisons For Gulenists

The Turkish authorities are building more than 50 new prisons to accommodate expected new arrests of members of the Gulen movement, a senior government...
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Russian Presidential Elections: Authorities to Give Out Prizes for Votes

A new Russian government marketing campaign asks young people to take selfies at polling stations after voting in the March 2018 presidential election.

Conor McGregor Banned From Kicking Floyd Mayweather

Conor McGregor is prohibited from kicking or elbowing his rival Floyd Mayweather in a highly anticipated boxing match on Aug. 26. Ultimate Fighting Championship star...

Turkey Fires 4,000 Public Workers In Latest Purge

The Turkish president has signed twin executive decrees to fire nearly 4,000 public employees, shut down one newspaper and one magazine as well as...

Turkey Blocks Social Media To Curb Street Protests

It is now a tradition: A bombing attack, media crackdown or mass arrest of dissenting voices is quickly followed by an assault on the...
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With Jerusalem Decision, Anti-Western Fervor Sweeps up Turkey

People in Turkey are currently swept up in nationalistic fervor, whipped up by country's populist president Erdogan, following Trump's Jerusalem decision.
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Bangladesh Authorities: UN to Take Part in Rohingya Repatriation

The United Nations will be involved in the controversial process of returning Rohingya refugees from Bangladesh to Myanmar, a minister said Monday.
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UN: More Than 32,000 Yemenis Forced to Flee Homes in 2 Months

Intensified hostilities in Yemen have forced more than 32,000 people to flee their homes in the past two months, the United Nations said.


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In Landmark Move, Saudi Arabia Will Let Women Drive

Saudi Arabia has announced that it would let women acquire a driving license, putting an end to a policy that tarnished the kingdom's international reputation and...

Now is Not the Time to Call for Trump’s Impeachment

Democrats have been calling for the impeachment of President Trump due to his bombastic comments and ties to Russia, but these talks only weaken the US more.

Trump Signs ‘Seriously Flawed’ Russian Sanctions Bill

President Donald J. Trump has reluctantly signed a bill on Wednesday imposing new sanctions on Russia, complaining that the bill is “seriously flawed” since...

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