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James McAuley is Paris correspondent for The Washington Post. He holds a PhD in French history from the University of Oxford, where he was a Marshall Scholar.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) said her trip would have required her to sign a pledge not to “promote boycotts against Israel” while there.
Muftiyah Tlaib lives in the same house in the same West Bank village she has called home since 1974.
A century ago, Kafka asked that his papers be destroyed. Instead they were passed from hand to hand and hidden away.
The pushback to Europe’s latest burqa ban highlighted a new challenge in restricting how Muslim women dress: logistics rather than legality
A French law to tax large U.S. tech companies has outraged the White House.
Cities and regions largely without air conditioning are sweltering in life-threatening conditions.
Washington’s proposal has less backing than one conceived by London, but Tehran opposes both.
The levies, which Washington asserts are discriminatory, would be imposed on large companies such as Facebook, Google and Amazon.
The tax, which Washington calls discriminatory, is to be imposed on companies such as Facebook, Google and Amazon.
Marie Laguerre took to social media to transform her experience into the latest illustration of the dangers that target women even in the most innocuous of public spaces.