NEWS: CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR--WORLD
Setup News Ticker
   NEWS: CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR--WORLD
Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 25, 2019

By playing Korean peacemaker, Putin seeks to revive Russia's Far East
Vladimir Putin is hoping to use his summit with Kim Jong Un to insert himself into U.S.-North Korea denuclearization talks.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 25, 2019

Amid government repression, Nicaraguans get creative
One year after the start of mass protests and Nicaragua's political crisis, activists aren't letting the clampdown quiet their cause.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 25, 2019

From combat to cornfields: In farming, veterans find new purpose
Air Force veteran Sara Creech found new purpose on an Indiana farm. Now, she's showing other veterans how to find this path, too.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 25, 2019

Spain's far-right Vox party gains edge before Sunday elections
Spain could see further fragmentation of its politics after the country's third vote in less than four years. The far-right Vox party is set to put its lawmakers in the lower house for the first time since the 1980s.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 25, 2019

The Venezuelan who's feeding thousands of youths in his hungry country
Roberto Patiño is a Harvard-educated Venezuelan who has established more than 100 free dining halls around his country in the past three years.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 24, 2019

She helps her fellow veterans sow seeds of peace and recovery
Air Force veteran Sara Creech found new life on an Indiana farm. Now, she's showing other veterans how to find this path, too.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 24, 2019

In Notre Dame fire, a reminder of history's complexity
The Notre Dame fire fueled an intensive debate over how we restore iconic buildings. It offers important lessons about how we view history as well.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 24, 2019

ISIS legacy haunts Iraqi women, children seeking new life
Thousands of Iraqis face discrimination because their male relatives were seen as affiliated with or supporting ISIS. Many of the wives, widows, and children have been disowned by their families and abandoned by the state. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 24, 2019

Journalist slain in Northern Ireland riot honored by UK, Irish politicians
Lyra McKee was the first journalist killed on the job in the U.K. in almost 20 years. Her death caused wide shock in Northern Ireland, a country still shaken by tremors from decades of violence.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 23, 2019

After the bombings, searching for sense in Sri Lanka
In the wake of the Easter bombings, a reporter who covered the Sri Lankan civil war unpacks some pressing questions.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 23, 2019

Why the Arab battle for democracy now runs through Sudan
Sudan has suddenly emerged as the focus of the Arab world's battle for democracy, with a Saudi-UAE alliance backing the military.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 23, 2019

Bosnian Serb businessman, a nationalist party critic, slain
A prominent Bosnian Serb businessman who criticized the ruling Bosnian Serb nationalist party was shot dead in a Mafia-style killing. He hired and served all Bosnian ethnicities, even as tensions rise in the country's Serb-run region. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 23, 2019

Bosnian Serb businessman and nationalist party critic slain
A prominent Bosnian Serb businessman who criticized the ruling Bosnian Serb nationalist party was shot dead in a Mafia-style killing. He hired and served all Bosnian ethnicities, even as tensions rise in the country's Serb-run region. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 22, 2019

Comedian cruises to landslide victory in Ukraine
Ukrainians voted overwhelmingly to elect Volodymyr Zelenskiy, a comedian turned politician, to be their next president on Sunday. The victory is seen as a rebuke to entrenched political corruption and a persistent low standard of living.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 22, 2019

In new Ikea line, African designers are more than ‘inspiration'
Ten African designers have paired up with furniture giant Ikea to create the Överallt, or "everywhere," collection.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 22, 2019

US-bound migrants struggle as Mexican support fades
Reports from the latest Central American migrant caravan indicate a growing lack of food and shelter. Support from Mexican towns and officials for continuous waves of migrants is drying up.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 21, 2019

Deadly explosions rock churches, hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday
The Easter Sunday bombings in and around Sri Lanka's capital left hundreds dead and injured. No one immediately claim responsibility for the blasts.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 19, 2019

North Macedonia's election: a victory for Western diplomacy?
North Macedonia votes on Sunday for a new president. But more important may be how the United States and European Union made this possible.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 19, 2019

Why frustrated Ukrainians may elect a comedian as president
Ukraine's presidential election looks in the bag for comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy. But that reflects disappointment in incumbent Petro Poroshenko.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 19, 2019

Notre Dame fire further stokes anti-rich sentiments in France
The French government's speedy response to the Notre Dame fire triggered backlash from yellow vest protesters, saying they feel even more overlooked after months of protests. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 19, 2019

Daily essentials scarce in Cuba, as economic crisis looms
Routine staples have disappeared from Cuban markets as the country struggles with a weak domestic economy and new U.S. sanctions.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 19, 2019

Ai Weiwei exhibit honors unsolved case of missing Mexican students
Large colorful portraits in Mexico's capital depict 43 students who disappeared at the hands of police five years ago. Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei was inspired to create the exhibit after meeting the students' relatives.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 18, 2019

North Korea says it tested new weapon amid stalemate with US
North Korea test-fired a new type of "tactical guided weapon," it said Thursday, and demanded the removal of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from nuclear talks. Pyongyang said Washington has until end of 2019 to reach an acceptable deal.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 18, 2019

Is populism waning in Germany? The steady rise of The Greens party
In Germany, the populist backlash has become a galvanizing force for The Greens party, now the country's second largest party.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 17, 2019

Tangle of church and state roils Ukraine's Orthodox parishes
Ukraine's Orthodox parishes are being riven as they decide whether to retain a traditional affiliation with Moscow or join a new national church.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 17, 2019

In Jordan, a place for animals to forget the trauma of war
In Jordan, an animal shelter offers four-legged victims of Mideast conflict a place to recover their physical and mental health.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 17, 2019

How to defy apartheid? For journalist Juby Mayet, with pen in hand.
Reporter Juby Mayet knew apartheid's toll on South Africa all too well. But she defied the regime with vivid descriptions of black communities.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 17, 2019

Indonesia's Widodo eyes election victory, despite objections
Indonesian President Joko Widodo is likely headed to a second term, according to initial results Wednesday. The moderate Muslim survived a campaign marked by the growing influence of conservative Islam in the world's biggest Muslim-majority nation.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 16, 2019

Paris can learn others' lessons in loss after Notre Dame fire
The Notre Dame fire is a major cultural loss for Paris. But communities around the world, from Warsaw to New York, show that recovery is possible.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 16, 2019

At a new university, Syrian Kurds build their own future
In the autonomous region of northern Syria, a Kurdish university is providing a new generation with the tools to build their society.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 16, 2019

As smoke clears, Paris reckons with charred Notre Dame
The Notre Dame cathedral in Paris lost its spire and roof to a fire on Monday, but firefighters were able to put out the blaze after 12 hours, sparing the iconic twin bell towers and other treasures within the nearly 900-year-old structure. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 16, 2019

Syria oil shortages, worsened by US sanctions, spark anger at Assad
The shortages have led to rare and widespread public criticism of President Bashar Assad's government, even on state media and in parliament. The purchase of fuel has been rationed since earlier this month.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 15, 2019

Tumbling toward community: The ‘blossoming' circus of Addis Ababa
The Fekat Circus, like Addis Ababa itself, is many things at once: a professional troupe, a community circus school, and daily dose of happiness.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 15, 2019

Militaristic and anti-democratic, Ukraine's far-right bides its time
Ukraine's right-wing groups like Right Sector and the National Corps pose a danger to the country's still unstable democracy.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 12, 2019

Bashir out, military in. But for Sudan's protesters, the story's not over.
Ousting Omar al-Bashir is only step one of the revolution, Sudan's protesters say. Their next challenge: avoiding military rule and civil conflict.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 12, 2019

Points of Progress: Carnivores are bouncing back, and more
This is more than feel-good news - it's where the world is making concrete progress. A roundup of positive stories to end your week.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 11, 2019

It's a deal: Spanish fixer-uppers for tenants willing to work
A nonprofit in Spain matches owners willing to discount the rent with tenants in need of affordable housing, who help with maintenance and repair.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 11, 2019

Mexico to US: You think caravans are tough for you?
The U.S. has pressured Mexico to block more migrants from reaching the border. But Mexico may be poised to crack down anyway.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 11, 2019

Sudan's military ousts President Bashir after 30 years in power
Eight years after the Arab Spring, protests have helped topple Algeria's president, and now Sudan's Bashir. A struggle over the aftermath remains.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 11, 2019

Meanwhile in … Greenland, a glacier is growing instead of shrinking.
And in Philadelphia, a $50 million esports arena will be built by 2021.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 10, 2019

In northeast Syria, a Christian community fights for survival
Northeastern Syria's ancient Assyrian Christian community has been ravaged by war. But its mostly elderly members are determined it survive.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 10, 2019

Netanyahu headed to fifth term as Israeli Prime Minister
The corruption scandals facing Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu didn't prevent him from being elected the country's longest-serving leader on Wednesday.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 10, 2019

Venezuela's embattled Maduro finally grants Red Cross entry
The Red Cross, which visit inmates worldwide to monitor conditions, has been blocked from entering Venezuela since at least 2012. Some say the move by President Maduro is an attempt to counter growing criticism against his government.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 10, 2019

Walking in their shoes: a Venezuelan expat's humanitarian feat
Amid the Venezuela crisis, a grassroots effort to provide humanitarian aid has one woman in the Venezuelan diaspora shipping shoes to meet a need.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 10, 2019

Why India, Chile, and Jordan lead the way on renewable energy
India, Chile, and Jordan are leaders in the race to find renewable energy sources. How are they pivoting away from fossil fuels so efficiently?



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 09, 2019

Libya's hopes for diplomacy fade as warlord closes on Tripoli
Libya has long been torn between a UN-recognized government and the forces of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, who is now moving on Tripoli.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 09, 2019

Why India, Chile, and Jordan lead the way on renewable power
India, Chile, and Jordan are leaders in the race to find clean energy sources. How are they pivoting away from fossil fuels so efficiently?



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 09, 2019

An old mission helps aging NATO find new purpose
An assertive Russia is giving NATO renewed relevance. But the alliance must find ways to address challenges that didn't exist when it was formed.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 09, 2019

As new channels emerge, Russia plans ambitious Arctic expansion
Russia keeps expanding its sphere of influence - this time, north. As shrinking polar ice creates new opportunities for resource exploration, Russia, the U.S., and other countries have been jockeying for jurisdiction in a region owned by no country. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 09, 2019

When mining companies work abroad, should justice follow them home?
When abuses happen at multinational corporations' sites around the world, where and how can victims seek justice?



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 09, 2019

Israel election gambit: Netanyahu puts annexing West Bank on ballot
In a high stakes gambit to fend off defeat, Benjamin Netanyahu makes West Bank annexation an election issue.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 08, 2019

Netanyahu election gambit: annexing West Bank on Israel's ballot
In a high stakes gambit to fend off defeat, Benjamin Netanyahu makes West Bank annexation an election issue.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 08, 2019

Why is Brexit so messy? The tension of party vs. country
As Brexit nears, Labour and the Tories are both finding party matters are derailing their focus on getting the U.K. out of the European Union.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 08, 2019

Chile, India, and Jordan set the green standard
Three developing nations are leaders in the race to find clean energy sources. How are they pivoting away from fossil fuels so efficiently?



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 05, 2019

Libyan army commander orders troops to march on Tripoli
Just days before Libya's various factions were scheduled to meet in peace talks, Libyan army commander Khalifa Haftar on Thursday ordered forces to march on Tripoli, the capital of the U.N.-backed government. The move sparked fears of another civil war.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 05, 2019

Northern composure: Can Canada stave off the West's populist anger?
While anti-globalist populism plagues the West, it hasn't yet broken into Canada's mainstream due to geography, history, and centuries-old politics.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 05, 2019

Points of Progress: Robots replace child camel jockeys, and more
This is more than feel-good news - it's where the world is making concrete progress. A roundup of positive stories to end your week.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 04, 2019

Why Central American aid cuts could mean more migration, not less
President Donald Trump has announced cuts to $450 million in aid to Central America. But will that help or hurt his goal of stemming migration?



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 04, 2019

Surviving ISIS: Young Yazidi conscripts begin long path to healing
After ISIS: Yazidi boys who survived conscripted service face a new test of their resilience as they arrive "home" to heal



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 04, 2019

Preliminary report: Ethiopia flight crew followed Boeing procedures
The deadly plane crash in Ethiopia last month wasn't the pilots' fault, according to a preliminary report released by the Ethiopian government. The initial findings raises questions about Boeing and U.S. regulators' claims that pilots could regain control by following certain protocol. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 04, 2019

Shoes for all: How a Venezuelan expatriate helps her country
Martha Convers launched Shoes for Venezuela, which sends shoes to schools, nursing homes, churches, and nonprofits. It's one example of how those in the Venezuelan diaspora are aiding their country in crisis.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 04, 2019

Meanwhile in … Tel Aviv, crosswalk lights are saving cellphone zombies.
And in San Francisco, the U. S. Department of Energy announced the production of a $500 million supercomputer.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 03, 2019

Trump urges NATO allies to spend even more on defense
President Donald Trump has taken credit for increased spending by U.S. NATO allies. But spending by the 29 countries has actually been rising since 2014 - before he took office. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 03, 2019

Turkey ruling party's recipe for election trouble: too much Erdogan
Turkey vote: In municipal elections, President Erdogan's previously tried-and-true divisive rhetoric proved alienating.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 03, 2019

She brings generations together for networking
Charlotte Japp saw how both younger and older people could benefit from cross-generational networking initiatives. Her organization's parties and cultural events serve the greater purpose of ending age segregation.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 02, 2019

In Turkey vote, ruling party's recipe for trouble: too much Erdogan
Politics rewards confidence, and punishes overconfidence. As President Erdogan ran around Turkey to bolster his party in municipal elections, his previously tried-and-true divisive rhetoric proved alienating.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 02, 2019

‘Groundhog Day,' Brexit edition: Will Britain ever leave?


Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 02, 2019

Hollywood finally gets the message - diversity is good for business
While women and people of color are still underrepresented in Hollywood - both on screen and behind the camera - diversity in the film industry hit record highs in 2018 as tools like inclusion riders gain popularity.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 02, 2019

Algeria's president, ceding to protests, will step down by April 28
After weeks of demonstrations against him, President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has agreed to resign. It is unclear whether this move will satisfy the young Algerians fueling the protests, many of whom want job opportunities and a stronger democracy in place.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 02, 2019

Hollywood finally gets the message: Diversity is good for business.
While women and people of color are still underrepresented in Hollywood - both on screen and behind the camera - diversity in the film industry hit record highs in 2018 as tools like inclusion riders gain popularity.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 01, 2019

Finding their voices: Music feeds the soul for women facing homelessness
It's easy to forget that vulnerable populations need more than food and shelter. As musician Kristo Kondakçi demonstrates, music provides respite, confidence, and joy for those in need - food for the soul.  



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 01, 2019

Finding their voices: Music feeds the soul for these unhoused Boston women
It's easy to forget that vulnerable populations need more than food and shelter. As musician Kristo Kondakçi demonstrates, music provides respite, confidence, and joy for those in need - food for the soul.  



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 01, 2019

Finding their voices: Music feeds the soul for these homeless Boston women
It's easy to forget that vulnerable populations need more than food and shelter. As musician Kristo Kondakçi demonstrates, music provides respite, confidence, and joy for those in need - food for the soul.  



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 01, 2019

Beijing club promises parents it will make their boys into men
The boot camps and sports-heavy classes at the Beijing True Boys' Club are unique. But the concerns that prompt parents to send their sons here are common, amid widespread debates about Chinese masculinity. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 01, 2019

Trump moves to cut aid to three Central American nations
In response to a surge of Central Americans fleeing north to the U.S. southern border, President Donald Trump vowed Saturday to cut direct aid to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. He also threatened to close the border and halt all trade with Mexico.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 01, 2019

Ukraine comedian leads presidential election, primed for runoff
Political newcomer Volodymyr Zelenskiy, known for his role in a TV sitcom, pulled ahead of 38 rivals in the presidential election's first round, according to early results. Sunday's voting seemed to reflect Ukrainians' desire for new blood in a political system mired in corruption.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 01, 2019

From living on the street, to getting paid to tell its tales
As Ireland copes with an increasing rate of homelessness, a tour company is employing those affected by it, creating jobs and giving visitors a unique view of Dublin.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 01, 2019

Calls for casting diversity are finally getting a response
While women and minorities are still underrepresented in Hollywood - both on screen and behind the camera - diversity in the film industry hit record highs in 2018 as tools like inclusion riders gain popularity.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 29, 2019

Millions march against Algerian president as protests enter sixth week
Algerians flooded the streets for the sixth straight Friday of nationwide protests against the president. Fueled by younger Algerians' discontent, the demonstrations are calling for President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down and for an end to the corrupt political system.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 29, 2019

In Ukraine's presidential election, one big issue: corruption
Ukraine's next president will face many issues, but perhaps the largest problem he or she will have to solve is the country's endemic corruption.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 29, 2019

UK Parliament rejects government's Brexit deal for third time
The EU said the latest rejection of the divorce terms made no-deal Brexit "a likely scenario," as Britain has two weeks left to scramble for a consensus. Lawmakers who favor a "soft Brexit" plan to hold votes Monday in an attempt to find a plan with majority support.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 29, 2019

Pass the tofu: How eating vegan became a billion-dollar business
In the U.S. the plant-based food industry saw dollar sales growth of 20 percent in 2018 from the year before, worth more than $3.3 billion.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 29, 2019

He conducts a choir offering hope and healing to unhoused women
Kristo Kondakçi partnered with the shelter Women's Lunch Place, adding an extra element to the services it provides: He uses music to feed souls.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 29, 2019

Points of Progress: Saving the Alpuan Alps, and more
This is more than feel-good news - it's where the world is making concrete progress. A roundup of positive stories to end your week.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 28, 2019

Christian Science Monitor | World
Global Issues

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 28, 2019

Ukraine votes: The incumbent, the populist, or the comedian?
Ukraine goes to the polls on Sunday to vote in the first round of its presidential election, but the field of 39 candidates remains wide open.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 28, 2019

World politics in the age of deceptively easy answers
The idea that solutions to complex problems, such as Brexit, may require time is not resonating. That boosts an appetite for ‘quick fixes.'  



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 28, 2019

Battle of Britain's history: How the myth of WWII shaped Brexit
Brexit supporters use a lot of rhetoric that invokes World War II. But the "Blitz spirit" they cite offers a narrow view of history.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 28, 2019

From Louvre to Guggenheim: Why Abu Dhabi has big plans for art
Louvre Abu Dhabi: In the United Arab Emirates, promoting art is more than philanthropy, it's a national priority.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 28, 2019

Israel election: Is part of Netanyahu's base suddenly in play?
Israel elections: With Netanyahu's Likud trailing a new centrist coalition, Sephardic Jews are emerging as the swing vote.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 28, 2019

He conducts a choir offering hope and healing to homeless women
Kristo Kondakçi partnered with the shelter Women's Lunch Place, adding an extra element to the services it provides: He uses music to feed souls.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 28, 2019

Meanwhile in … Greenland, scientists found traces of an extreme solar storm.
And in northeastern Syria, a commune is helping Yazidi women heal. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 27, 2019

In Israeli election, a scramble for swing voters. Who are they?
Israel elections: With Netanyahu's Likud trailing a new centrist coalition, Sephardic Jews are emerging as the swing vote.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 27, 2019

Venezuelan opposition leader's wife key to his success abroad
Nations across the globe are backing Juan Guaidó's bid for the Venezuelan presidency. His wife, Fabiana Rosales, has been crucial in stoking that international appeal, traveling extensively to lobby for her husband and garner more support for Venezuela's opposition. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 27, 2019

Pride and profit: Why Mayan weavers fight for intellectual property rights
Mayan weavers say their designs are often used without fair compensation. Can a proposal to change intellectual property law change that?



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 26, 2019

‘It has to be us': How a diaspora rushed to raise aid after Cyclone Idai
In the week and a half since Cyclone Idai, a GoFundMe has raised more than $80,000 for relief, much of it from Zimbabweans living abroad. The scale presents new opportunities - and challenges - for organizers.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 26, 2019

Netanyahu huddles with army amid exchange of fire with Gaza
Israel and Hamas traded heavy fire for several hours Monday night after a surprise rocket fired from Gaza destroyed a house in central Israel. With the upcoming elections, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was swift to respond forcefully against Gaza militants.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 26, 2019

Netanyahu takes hardline stance after Gaza violence
Israel and Hamas traded heavy fire for several hours Monday night after a surprise rocket fired from Gaza destroyed a house in central Israel. With the upcoming elections, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was swift to respond forcefully against Gaza militants.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 26, 2019

UK lawmakers wrest control of Brexit agenda from government
Tuesday's vote gives Parliament the ability to vote on alternatives to Prime Minister Theresa May's deal to leave the EU. It may help break the deadlock created by what a Conservative legislator has called "the Death Star of politics."



Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 25, 2019

As ISIS fell, Syrian hospital inundated by wave of its children
ISIS children: As the world mulls the fate of the defeated jihadists, a Syrian hospital is caring for their malnourished offspring.



  • CEOExpress
  • 1 Boston Place | Suite 2600
    Boston MA 02108
  • 617 482 1200
    617 299 8649 (fax)
  • Contact
  • As an Amazon Associate
    CEOExpress earns from
    qualifying purchases.

©1999-2019 CEOExpress Company LLC