Friday, August 18, 2017
World Features

World Features

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When Wael and his relatives from Syria climbed into an inflatable boat in the dead of night to cross the sea from Turkey to...

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Many of America's air traffic controllers suffer from chronic fatigue, potentially putting fliers at risk, according to a study conducted by NASA.   Air traffic controllers...

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International Labor organization (ILO) Director-General Guy Ryder said there are 200 million unemployed people in the world, an increase of 30 million since the...

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The Afghan government is investigating reports that Mullah Omar, leader of the Afghan Taliban, is dead, a spokesman for the president's office said on...

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Growing up as a young gay man in South Korea in the 1970s and 80s, film director Kim Jho Gwang-Soo was warned that his...

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"The first time she hit me was pay day; she told me to sign my name on a piece of paper, but I asked,...

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At least 19.3 million people were forced to flee their homes in 2014, with at least one person every second displaced by a disaster...

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Addressing his congregation on the Eid al-Fitr holiday celebrating the end of Ramadan, Imam Mohamed Abdul-Azeez implored worshipers to combat Muslim extremism in the...

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Greece's affair with the euro began with the grandest of hopes. But then it all went terribly wrong.   In talks over the weekend, Greek Prime...

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Vinuta Gopal, acting head of Greenpeace India, has had more than a few sleepless nights over the past year worrying about the future of...