Monthly Archives: October 2017

  • Analysis

A list of academics accused of assault has caused a frenzy among India's intellectuals.

Tokyo police arrested 27-year-old Takahiro Shiraishi, saying he had confessed to killing one of the victims, dismembering the body and putting the remains in coolers.

  • Analysis

Victims of climate change are so far not officially recognized as refugees. New Zealand could change that.

In the difficult aftermath of the vote, Kurds who live in the Iraqi capital are asking what it means to be both Kurdish and Iraqi.

  • Analysis

A day of bombshell indictments puts pressure on the White House.

Kim Wall boarded Peter Madsen's submarine for a reporting project on Aug. 10 and was never seen alive again.

A brief history of Paul Manafort's firm's political consulting in Eastern Europe.

A controversial mural of President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sharing a kiss was painted on Israel's separation wall in the West Bank.

Superstitions are odd — and creepy. Tell us yours.

If Poland were to push ahead with its reform proposals, other countries could follow.

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