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According to reports in the Saudi press, more than 50 people may be executed in one day.

The director, who decades ago pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl, is now free to live and work in Poland.

It may be more evidence of the shifting realities in the Middle East.



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Chinese mistranslation renders turkey's name not as one syllable Abe, but as two syllable "ah-bay" -- as in Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

This year, the real Thanksgiving takes places thousands of miles away from the U.S., in Germany.

The Saudi justice ministry is reportedly planning to take a Twitter critic to court.

George R. R. Martin wrote an impassioned plea on behalf of Syrian refugees.

The Canadian initiative stands in stark contrast to what is taking place south of the border.

And it may have initially been created as a joke.

Bollywood star Aamir Khan says he felt alarmed by recent incidents of intolerance in India and sparks an angry debate.

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