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Biden makes new postal appointments.

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Young protesters are using gender as a weapon to mock and shame the military dictatorship.

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Chinese banks have been restructuring African debt for the past two decades.

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How citizens view taxation could be critical to government responses to emergencies such as the coronavirus.

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With tens of thousands of articles on the subject, individual efforts can go only so far — unless others join in.

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Democrats and Republicans weren't always divided on abortion funding. That has changed.

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Mario Draghi will have to grapple with deep north-south divisions.

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New data takes stock of the targeting of agriculture, fisheries, health care, energy and other facilities.

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Indigenous women have been demanding justice ever since.

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Our research examines why so few people with HIV hold public office.

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This new series explores what’s really going on in debt relief, infrastructure and other critical issues across the continent.

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They're very useful tools for majority party leaders.

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A relatively obscure Senate official — the parliamentarian — is poised to play a key role in deciding whether the bill’s provisions qualify for passage under reconciliation.

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We looked at which Republican primary voters are most likely to vote based on support for former president Donald Trump's false election claims.

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In the United States, private property owners have a great deal of power to block or delay major public works.

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The ICC’s future will rest on the new prosecutor’s success in opening, trying and closing cases — and being fair.

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We asked about their views on the Israel-Palestine conflict, Iran’s nuclear program and more.

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Egyptians are facing much the same conditions: military rule, harsh repression and economic difficulties. Here's what makes the difference.

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President Yoweri Museveni’s recent criticism of ‘Western elements’ could complicate his reliance on foreign donors.

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Democracies where women got the vote went to war less and spent more on health and education.

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