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Britain’s Boris Johnson jokes about New Zealand greeting
Washington Post • Associated Press
How McKinsey quietly shaped Europe’s response to the refugee crisis
Washington Post • Isaac Stanley-Becker
Two ultra-Orthodox feminists challenge Israel’s political landscape
Washington Post • Ruth Eglash
Behind the front lines in the fight to ‘annihilate’ ISIS in Afghanistan
Washington Post • Max Bearak
In France, murder of a Jewish woman ignites debate over the word ‘terrorism’
Washington Post • James Mcauley
How to make $100,000 a month in China, live-streaming your life
Washington Post • Emily Rauhala
Alcohol poisoning kills 3 in southern Iran, 48 hospitalized
Washington Post • Associated Press
5.4 magnitude earthquake jolts southern Iran
Washington Post • Associated Press
Yemen’s president sacks governor accused of ties to al-Qaida
Washington Post • Associated Press
The Latest: Turkey’s president talks Qatar in Saudi, Kuwait
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Britain’s Boris Johnson jokes about New Zealand greeting
Washington PostAssociated Press
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson joked on his visit to New Zealand on Monday that a traditional Maori greeting could be misinterpreted as a head butt elsewhere.
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International Security, McKinsey & Company
How McKinsey quietly shaped Europe’s response to the refugee crisis
Washington PostIsaac Stanley-Becker
The company’s work in Germany is illustrative where it helped cut wait times, but at a cost.
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International Security, World Politics
Two ultra-Orthodox feminists challenge Israel’s political landscape
Washington PostRuth Eglash
A nonprofit organization is trying to pressure the Haredi leadership to give women a voice.
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International Security, World Politics
Behind the front lines in the fight to ‘annihilate’ ISIS in Afghanistan
Washington PostMax Bearak
Children make their way home through a violent storm in Afghanistan’s Nangahar Province. They and their mother, a woman named Shaguftar, fled their home in another district of Nangahar after their father, Mohammad Karim, a chef working for the Afghan government, was...
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International Security, World Politics
In France, murder of a Jewish woman ignites debate over the word ‘terrorism’
Washington PostJames Mcauley
Nation grapples with profound questions — as political as they are existential — following Sarah Halimi’s vicious slaying.
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International Security, World Politics
How to make $100,000 a month in China, live-streaming your life
Washington PostEmily Rauhala
Lu Yongzhi, 26, returns to his home on a farm in Gongzhuling, China, which he left to become a live-streamer. (Gilles Sabrie/For The ) Lu Mingming, known as Bei Bei, 25, live-streams herself singing at her home in Gongzhuling. (Gilles Sabrie/For The...
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International Security, World Politics
Alcohol poisoning kills 3 in southern Iran, 48 hospitalized
Washington PostAssociated Press
Iran’s semi-official ISNA news agency is reporting that alcohol poisoning has killed three and left more than 40 people hospitalized in southern Iran.
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International Security, World Politics
5.4 magnitude earthquake jolts southern Iran
Washington PostAssociated Press
Iranian state TV is reporting a strong 5.4 magnitude earthquake has led to a power outage in a remote area in the country’s south.
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International Security, World Politics
Yemen’s president sacks governor accused of ties to al-Qaida
Washington PostAssociated Press
Yemen’s president has sacked a governor who was sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury Department for his ties with al-Qaida.
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Diplomacy, International Security
The Latest: Turkey’s president talks Qatar in Saudi, Kuwait
Washington PostAssociated Press
The Latest on the crisis diplomatic crisis between Qatar and four Arab countries (all times local):
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