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  • Stop scapegoating Christopher Columbus

  • Why are we so eager to search out scapegoats for the injustices of history? Whatever the reason, Christopher Columbus is now the fall guy for the sins of slavery, the exploitation of indigenous peoples, the rape of natural resources and most of the legal, financial and territorial abuses that followed the first European steps in...
  • Nationalists look set for second term as Poles vote

  • Turnout was high in Poland's parliamentary election on Sunday, as voters decided whether to award a second term to the nationalists amid growing unease within the European Union about their commitment to democratic standards.
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  • Kurdish forces announce deal with Damascus after US pullout

  • Nearly a week after the U.S. announced its decision to pull out troops from northern Syria to make way for a Turkish incursion, Kurdish forces in the country have reportedly agreed to a new deal with Damascus in a desperate bid to face off against Ankara's offensive.
  • Kurdish political leader among nine civilians ‘executed’ by Turkish-backed forces

  • A Kurdish political leader was among nine civilians “executed” by Turkish-backed fighters in Syria on Saturday, a Syrian human rights group said. Hevrin Khalaf, 35, the secretary-general of the pro-Kurdish Future Syria Party, and her driver, were among the victims, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. “The nine civilians were executed at different...
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  • Cold War Bunker Serves as Chilling Reminder of the Past’s Future

  • Nine hundred feet below ground, near the Bosnian town of Konjic, a once secret fallout shelter lies in wait. Welcome to Tito’s Bunker, a distilled version of the Cold War zeitgeist preserved in time. Created at the height of the Cold War by Josip Broz Tito, the late leader of the former Yugoslavia, today it protects rare art and serves as a chilling reminder of what humanity’s fate could have been.
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  • David Cameron's response to Trump Ukraine call

  • Former British Prime Minister David Cameron expresses disapproval for asking a foreign leader to dig out dirt on a political opponent, claiming "we should fight our political battles at home."
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  • Welcome to Estonia’s Isle of Women

  • What would life be like without men? On this tiny Baltic island, it’s business as usual. But its colorful, folkloric way of life is threatened by a dwindling population.
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  • Simone Biles sets medal mark at gymnastics world championships

  • STUTTGART, Germany — Simone Biles broke the all-time record for most medals by any gymnast at the world championships by winning the balance beam and floor exercise Sunday. Biles won her 24th medal on the beam, breaking a tie on 23 with the Belarusian men’s gymnast Vitaly Scherbo, and added her 25th less than two...
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