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Comedians have become politicians in countries from Guatemala to Iceland. The results aren't always funny.

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Just not in the way they wanted.

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A 1905 law separating church and state has a "sacred" place in France.

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Many Europeans are likely to share Democrats’ concerns. In the past, their own concerns over redactions have proved to be justified.

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Congress handed the president a way to extract the United States from the conflict, but instead of taking the out, he vetoed the bipartisan resolution.

Earlier this month, gay sex and adultery became punishable by death by stoning in Brunei.

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The sudden far-right obsession with Notre Dame as an eternal lodestone of Western civilization is a distortion of history.

As many as 1 million Uighurs and members of other minority groups — mostly Muslim ones — are being held without charges in brutal internment camps.

Last September, a fire destroyed most of the 20 million items at the national museum in Rio de Janeiro.

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The angry woman sitting on the hood of a red Mercedes was not just an angry woman sitting on the hood of a red Mercedes. She was a metaphor for some of the deeper injustices in Chinese society.

  • Liu Yang
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