The unimaginable has become reality in the United States. Buffoonish mobs desecrating the U.S. Capitol building, tanks parading down
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People were crammed into small living rooms. There was often only standing room, if at all. There, they listened to lectures
Populist leaders meet in Poland to discuss the continent's future.
F.W. de Klerk, who dramatically dismantled the apartheid system in South Africa that he and his ancestors had helped put
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The United Nations has released a report providing scientific proof that climate change is moving faster than predicted.
The manager of a looted supermarket in Soweto and a man who joined in ransacking it reflect on the causes
The agency says the rise is a warning sign that hospitals in affected countries are reaching a 'breaking point'.
A NASA-University of Hawaii study warns that upcoming changes in the moon’s orbit coupled with higher ocean levels could lead