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Siobhán O’Grady writes about foreign affairs for the Washington Post. She previously freelanced across Africa and worked as a staff writer at Foreign Policy magazine.
State schools will now be required to teach LGBTI history and terminology, which will be embedded into the curriculum.
The university has found itself in the midst of a sexism scandal related to its admission process.
"When people were selling the politics of fear and division and destruction, we were talking about hope," Ilhan Omar said.
Their arrests came after a government official threatened to round up LGBT people in the country's economic capital.
The island was uninhabited, but no one seems to know how long it's been gone.
Hint: The campaign apparently googled "deprived town."
She was caught on camera tripping refugees fleeing in Hungary in 2015.
Charles Wesco was killed around 14 kilometers from the city of Bamenda.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was "heartbroken and appalled by the murderous attack" in Pittsburgh.
The centuries-old Anglican cathedral isn't used to getting so much attention.
Many Cameroonians are angry about their longtime president's grip on the reins, and a separatist movement is gaining steam.
The committee determined that the ban actually confines women to their homes and does not protect them.
Some senators said World Wrestling Entertainment should reconsider its relationship with the kingdom.
The trip was only four days long.
The humanitarian group had been providing psychological care to refugees on Nauru since last year.
The zookeeper at Japan's Hirakawa Zoological Park was found bleeding from his neck.
Many Spanish infants were taken away from their birth parents during Francisco Franco's regime.
Dr. Denis Mukwege, the Congolese gynecologist who shared the Nobel Peace Prize this year, has treated ten of thousands of rape victims
The guidelines made suggestions for behavior that critics said should be obvious.
The Ugandan prime minister said the government is not "malicious" enough to trump up charges against the controversial lawmaker.