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Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 25, 2019

For US friends and rivals, vexing questions about Iran endgame
As America's friends and rivals gather for the Group of 20 summit, they are set to be preoccupied with the endgame of U.S.-Iran tensions.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 25, 2019

Cuba restores its oldest Jewish cemetery
As the city's 500th anniversary approaches, Havana is renovating long-forgotten historic sites. Many of the Jews buried in Cuba escaped fascism in Europe during World War II and were the founders of the present-day Jewish community on the Island.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 25, 2019

Verbal sparring continues as Iran calls US sanctions 'idiotic'
Responding to new U.S. sanctions against Iran's top leadership, Tehran says the measures signaled a "permanent closure" for future diplomacy. As tensions rise, members of the White House maintain the door to a diplomatic solution is still open. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 24, 2019

US-Iran standoff: Mutual provocations, and moves to de-escalate
Iran has shot down a U.S. drone. The U.S. is adding sanctions. But both sides show interest in pulling back from the risk of an unintentional war.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 24, 2019

Why an opposition win in Istanbul weakens Erdogan's grip
Turkey's ruling party lost a rerun of Istanbul's mayoral election, giving opponents a platform to challenge President Erdogan's grip on power. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 24, 2019

‘Fly less' movement: Can forgoing flights help save the planet?
For those looking to reduce their carbon footprint, air travel is often the biggest problem. That's why the ‘fly less' movement began.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 24, 2019

How do you challenge the mainstream media? Czech startups are finding out.
The Czech Republic media landscape is dominated by oligarchs, so journalists are starting independent outlets to keep the free press alive.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 24, 2019

He's a reader on the run - a 56-mile run
To support school libraries, Marukgwane Moremogolo combines his two passions - running and reading - at South Africa's grueling Comrades Marathon.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 24, 2019

Iranians stuck between US sanctions and Tehran's hardline stance
Iran's 80 million residents struggle to cope with devaluation, inflation, and unemployment made worse by U.S. sanctions. Iranians blame their own government as well as Washington.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 21, 2019

Good for business and nature, kelp grows on Maine fishermen
As climate change and shifting industry practices reshape the fishing business in Maine, seaweed is becoming an attractive alternative crop.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 21, 2019

EU refuses to renegotiate Brexit deal
EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker restated that the bloc unanimously refuses to renegotiate its thrice-rejected deal with Britain. His statement comes as the Conservative party enters the final stages of selecting the U.K.'s new prime minister.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 21, 2019

Georgia protests lead to speaker resignation, stir tensions with Russia
Protesters Thursday called for the resignation of Georgia's parliamentary speaker and foreign minister, in addition to changes in election law. Georgia and Russia each blame the other for the violent protests sparked by the visit of a Russian lawmaker.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 21, 2019

Points of Progress: Blue crab populations rebound, and more
Chesapeake Bay's blue crab population is bouncing back, and global mortality rates are at an all-time low. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 20, 2019

In N. Korea nuclear talks, what about human rights?
As U.S. and South Korean officials seek to persuade North Korea to halt its nuclear weapons program, the issue of human rights remains largely in the background.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 20, 2019

Iran shoots down info-gathering US drone
Iran launched its first acknowledged attack against the U.S. in the two countries' current standoff, downing an American drone. Washington and Tehran dispute the circumstances, but the episode is intensifying a growing conflict. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 20, 2019

Mexico's Senate approves trade bill with U.S. and Canada
Mexico's upper chamber of its Senate overwhelmingly approved a new United States-Mexico-Canada trade bill. The bill still needs approval from the U.S. and Canada.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 20, 2019

‘Hope to move forward': One refugee's story of resolve
When we think of refugees, we often think of hardship and dependency. One refugee's story turns that perception on its head. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 19, 2019

For Hong Kong's leader, pressure isn't just from protesters
Hong Kong protesters are increasingly frustrated with Chief Executive Carrie Lam's handling of a controversial bill. But so is Beijing, analysts say.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 19, 2019

UN: Record 71 million people displaced by war and violence
The number of misplaced people has risen by 65% in the past decade. In recent years, about 4 million people have left Venezuela, 13 million have been forcibly displaced from Syria, and more than 41 million people are displaced with their own home countries.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 19, 2019

Xi reassures Kim ahead of North Korea visit
Chinese President Xi Jinping set the tone for his North Korea visit, the first of its kind in 14 years, with an op-ed touting the relationship between the two countries. Mr. Xi to is likely seeking leverage in the ongoing U.S.-China trade war, experts say. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 19, 2019

Iran: Europe has until July 8 to save nuclear deal
Iran wants European powers to save its economy by buying Iranian oil to counteract U.S. sanctions. It threatened to enrich uranium to a higher level than allowed by its 2015 nuclear deal if Europe does not step in.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 18, 2019

Mohamed Morsi and the fall of Egypt's ‘honorable' revolution
Mohamed Morsi was not Egypt's George Washington. But his faults showed the Muslim Brotherhood political pitfalls to avoid elsewhere in the region. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 18, 2019

Can the US protect the Persian Gulf if Iran wants to target tankers?
Tensions between the U.S. and Iran are high after a half-dozen oil tankers were attacked in the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 18, 2019

Bunny chow: South African history in a loaf of bread
Bunny chow may sound like it's for rabbits - or made of them - but neither is true. It's an iconic South African meal, and an edible history lesson.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 17, 2019

Guatemala election: What campaign chaos has to do with migration north
Guatemala voted Sunday, after a campaign season in which five of more than 20 candidates were disqualified. A final election is expected in August.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 17, 2019

In Trump peace conference, a perilous balancing act for Jordan
Phase One of President Trump's Middle East peace plan, an economic summit in Bahrain, has put Jordan and Egypt in a delicate position.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 17, 2019

Iran to exceed uranium stockpile limit as nuclear deal continues to stumble
Iran will soon exceed the stockpile limit set by the 2015 nuclear deal, and is nearing weapons-grade enrichment. World leaders are striving to find improved terms for the deal, which unraveled after the U.S. pulled out to pursue sanctions.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 17, 2019

Hong Kong protestors demand Lam's resignation
Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced her government would suspend attempts to pass a controversial extradition bill after enormous island-wide protests. The protests, though, seem to have only gotten stronger, with many now calling for her resignation.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 17, 2019

Cambodia's islands are under threat. This woman is trying to save them.
Decades of overfishing and indiscriminate waste disposal have taken a deep toll on Cambodia's coastal and island communities. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 14, 2019

Russian internet giant Yandex takes rare stand against state snooping
Internet company Yandex is key to Russian economic success, but it has encryption keys that the FSB wants. Can Russia balance security and economy?



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 14, 2019

Why Cuba's zip lines and B&B's have fallen on hard times
Many tourism businesses have struggled over the past year in the face of President Trump's vows to restrict U.S. travel to Cuba.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 14, 2019

Notre Dame restoration pushes on as US donors replace French billionaires
Promises from wealthy French businessmen for extravagant donations to rebuild the Notre Dame Cathedral have yet to materialize. The billionaires blame French bureaucracy. Meanwhile, U.S. donors are largely funding clean-up efforts.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 14, 2019

In Sudan, blast of Arab ‘winter' freezes spirit of Arab Spring
Protesters followed Arab Spring lessons of peaceful pressure on the military. But Arab neighbors have helped short-circuit those efforts.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 14, 2019

Baby love: A lost dugong has found home in the arms of Thai vets
A baby dugong, which resembles the American manatee, was found separated from her mother in April near Thailand. Marium has developed a close bond with her caretakers, and warmed hearts across the internet. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 14, 2019

Points of Progress: Indigenous peoples' history acknowledged, and more
The genocide of Canadian indigenous peoples is acknowledged in a human rights museum, and gender equality is being enforced in Fiji's rugby teams.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 13, 2019

For Afghan midwife, saving women's lives is a lifelong passion
Women's health, education, and power are still advancing in Afghanistan. This midwife has opened doors to play a valuable role.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 13, 2019

School counselors more available on mental health ‘front lines'
There are more school counselors available to students today than at any time in the last 30 years, meaning that kids have increased access to help.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 13, 2019

Road-melting heat becomes another part of the job for India's day laborers
Record-breaking heat has driven many of India's well-heeled into the comfort of air conditioning. But not everyone enjoys that luxury.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 13, 2019

Oil tanker incident stokes concerns over US-Iran relations
The U.S. Navy believes two tankers were targeted in a suspected June 13 attack near a key oil trade route. The incident comes a month after the U.S. alleged Iran perpetrated a similar attack, and some fear escalating tensions in the region.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 12, 2019

Hong Kong protests: ‘We have the power to demand democracy'
Mass protests surrounded government headquarters on Wednesday, as residents continued to fight a bill intensifying concerns over Beijing's influence. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 12, 2019

Want to live in the city? Try buying a house with five friends.
Six millennials pooled their finances to buy a home in Toronto's pricey market - an alternative approach to city living and its intrinsic loneliness.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 12, 2019

How horrors in Sudan undermined US trust in its top Arab allies
America's Gulf Arab allies back Sudan's military. But after a horrifying massacre, the U.S. has had to dispatch a top diplomat to ‘clean up their mess.'



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 12, 2019

Russian journalist freed, authorities pledge to discipline police
Investigative reporter Ivan Golunov was freed June 11 as authorities, in a rare admission of error, pledged to take action against the police who framed him. His arrest had received international attention and raised concerns over the difficulties Russian journalists face.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 11, 2019

In historic shift, Botswana declares homosexuality is not a crime
The Botswana High Court overturned a colonial-era law against homosexuality Tuesday. LGBTQ activists hope it will set a precedent for the region.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 11, 2019

Can religious tolerance help an aspiring Muslim power?
As the United Arab Emirates asserts itself as a rising Gulf power, its tradition of religious tolerance toward non-Muslims is emerging as an asset.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 11, 2019

Indonesian Islamist group provides aid when government falls short
An Indonesian Islamist group with a history of violence has repurposed its militia to help disaster victims, among other charitable acts. As the government faces criticism for neglecting peripheral regions, this "persuasive and peaceful" group offers hope to some.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 11, 2019

Iran frees detained US resident
Nizar Zakka, an internet freedom advocate, was detained in Tehran in 2015. Mr. Zakka, who has been released to his native Lebanon, was accused of being an American spy and sentenced to 10 years in prison. Motivations behind his release remain unclear.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 10, 2019

‘We are Ivan Golunov': Russian media fights back after reporter's arrest
The detention of investigative journalist Ivan Golunov has spurred the Russian news media to rally to his defense in a rare display of unity.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 10, 2019

Massive protests fail to stop Hong Kong extradition bill
Hundreds of thousands took to the streets of Hong Kong over the weekend to protest amended extradition laws that would allow criminals to be sent to the mainland. Chief Executive Carrie Lam remains firm that changes to the law will proceed. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 07, 2019

All of Britain's messy politics go on display in one little by-election
The Brexit Party finished second in Peterborough, falling short of a seat in Parliament. But it still has Labour and the Tories on their heels.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 07, 2019

American University in Kabul: Wielding soft power, in an age of war
In Kabul, a U.S.-funded university offers students a perspective-changing liberal arts education, a counterpoint to the destructive Afghanistan War.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 07, 2019

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Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 07, 2019

Sharing your favorite food with the world isn't easy. Ask Ethiopia.
Teff grain is a staple in Ethiopia, used in the spongy injera bread now enjoyed around the world. But its global rise comes with challenges.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 07, 2019

Rights group pushes for worker safety at the Tokyo Olympics
A former Olympian is leading an investigation into the working conditions of construction for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. A report published in May details patterns of overwork and neglect of migrant workers. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 07, 2019

Theresa May steps down after years of conflict and compromise
After a shocking referendum, snap elections, tense negotiations, and failed votes, Theresa May is finished as the Conservative Party leader. But it's unclear whether her successor will have any new answers.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 07, 2019

Points of Progress: Afghanistan's historic district revival, and more
Afghanistan's historic district in Kabul is experiencing a revival, and supermarkets in Thailand are using green food packaging.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 06, 2019

Finding humanity in dangerous places - a reporter's story
If you've been a Monitor reader for a while, you are probably aware that spinning through the heart of this organization is the pursuit of stories that find hope and humanity even in seemingly hopeless places - such as war-torn Syria where Dominique Soguel has found ways to penetrate the violence to discover people who possess boundless resilience and strength of spirit.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 06, 2019

Are US tariffs pushing China and Russia together?
Russia and China are feeling new incentive to expand their economic cooperation, due to the Western sanctions and U.S. tariffs they respectively face.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 06, 2019

On D-Day, one Native American is left standing for the hundreds who fought
D-Day veteran Charles Shay returns to Normandy beach 75 years later to commemorate 500 fellow Native American soldiers. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 06, 2019

At stake in Huawei's German bid, economic gain vs. national security
Huawei wants to build 5G infrastructure across the world. Decisions on whether to allow the Chinese firm access hinge on national security.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 06, 2019

From the archives: D-Day according to my French Resistance family


Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 06, 2019

As death toll rises, Sudanese protestors demand end to military government
The death toll has reportedly reached 108, with hundreds more wounded, in a state crackdown against pro-democracy protests. Sudanese demonstrators say their campaign will not end until a transitional civilian authority is in place. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 06, 2019

Hong Kong court: government can't deny same-sex couples benefits
Hong Kong's High Court overturned an earlier ruling that denied same-sex couples access to spousal benefits. The decision inches closer to legalizing same-sex marriage. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 06, 2019

Socialists up, populists down in Danish elections
After four years in opposition, the Danish Social Democrats emerged from Wednesday's elections with the largest vote share and a path toward minority government. The populist People's Party, meanwhile, lost more than half its votes from the previous election. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 05, 2019

Canada's indigenous seek to break vicious cycle tearing families apart
Canada's indigenous groups are using new means to stop ‘child apprehensions,' in which the government takes children from their mothers.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 05, 2019

Canada's indigenous try to break vicious cycle tearing families apart
Canada's indigenous groups are using new means to stop ‘child apprehensions,' in which the government takes children from their mothers.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 05, 2019

Conflict shut schools. A teen teaches himself, one toy car at a time.
Schools in Cameroon's Anglophone regions have been frequent targets in a separatist conflict. Nearly 1 million kids - like Bless - are out of school. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 05, 2019

In Netanyahu's Israel, concern for a democracy pushed to its limits
Benjamin Netanyahu's efforts to preserve his position in the face of corruption charges have heightened concerns for Israel's democracy.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 04, 2019

Tiananmen 30 years later: ‘Hope has not died,' say Chinese dissidents
The Tiananmen massacre of 1989 did more than quell protests; the ensuing crackdown froze China's pro-democracy movement for years to come.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 04, 2019

Russian grassroots democracy? Park-goers rally against church land grabs.
In cities around Russia, the Russian Orthodox Church is scooping up parkland. But urbanites are pushing back to try and hold on to green space.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 04, 2019

Australian soccer union: Women deserve equal reward in World Cup
The prize money for the 2019 Women's World Cup is $30 million. It's double the prize money awarded for the 2015 World Cup in Canada, but a fraction of the $400 million in prize money for the men's 2018 World Cup in Russia.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 04, 2019

Sudan protesters face new challenges after military retaliation
Sit-ins during the Eid al-Fitr holiday in Sudan ended in a violent crackdown by the military Monday. After removing Omar al-Bashir from power in April, pro-democracy protesters have pushed for three years of civilian-led authority before the next elections.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 04, 2019

China silences dissidents, blocks information on Tiananmen anniversary
China transported activists out of Beijing and blocked people overseas from posting to a social media site Monday. Analysts say the Communist Party's regime of repression has continued from the 1989 military crackdown and into the present.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 04, 2019

‘Radical hospitality': Helping those on the streets get a shower
To address part of the homeless challenge, Doniece Sandoval started Lava Mae, a nonprofit that provides mobile showers.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 03, 2019

In today's Cuba, can churches and LGBTQ rights each find path forward?
Cuba isn't known for tolerating much public religion, or public dissent. What does it look like when the two come together?



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 03, 2019

Tiananmen 30 years later: ‘Hope has not died' say Chinese dissidents
The Tiananmen massacre of 1989 did more than quell protests; the ensuing crackdown froze China's pro-democracy movement for years to come.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 03, 2019

As Morocco swells with migrants, music is a common language
For many Africans who have migrated to Morocco and met resistance, the arts have emerged as a way of finding common ground with locals.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 31, 2019

Ramadan culture takes a fashionable turn, straining budgets
Around the Arab world, a steady rise in Ramadan consumerism is putting a premium on appearances, straining many budgets.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 31, 2019

Japan loves its top tennis star. But do they think she's Japanese?
Companies are lining up to sponsor Naomi Osaka. But as Japan wrestles with diversity, much of the debate has fallen on the young champ's shoulders.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 31, 2019

Tiananmen Square: 30 years later, what it means to next generation (audio)
The Monitor's Beijing bureau chief Ann Scott Tyson talks with two Chinese Monitor reporters about how the massacre reverberates in China today.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 31, 2019

Iraq's controversial Green Zone will soon be open to the public
U.S. soldiers and Iraqi officials have protected a 4-square-mile zone as an oasis from conflict, but Iraq's prime minister plans to open it to the public.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 31, 2019

Philippines protests waste dump, ships trash back to Canada
Philippine officials claim 69 containers of Canadian trash were illegally transported to the Philippines. In shipping the waste back, the Philippines joins other Asian countries dissatisfied with wealthier nations dumping trash at their ports.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 31, 2019

A new indigenous environmental strategy: Buying the pipeline
A Canada pipeline expansion has drawn protests from the First Nations. But an indigenous project is proposing buying the pipeline for the community.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 31, 2019

Points of Progress: Landmark win for indigenous rights, and more
Indigenous rights were acknowledged in Ecuador, and seaweed pods are introduced in marathons as a green alternative to single-use plastic bottles.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 30, 2019

Why Africa leads world in women's leadership
South Africa's president announced 50 percent of his new cabinet would be women. Since the 1990s, sub-Saharan Africa has led pushing women's rights.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 30, 2019

Truce crumbles in Syria's last refuge, and residents fear the worst
A Russian-Turkish agreement that has kept a tense peace in Syria's Idlib province has failed, and Bashar al-Assad's forces are advancing.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 30, 2019

US-China: A new cold war that's not like the other
China has greater economic might than the Soviet Union did. The emerging rivalry looks less predictable and harder to win.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 30, 2019

In the Americas, right to learn a second language gains support
Mexico recently cleared the way for citizens to learn a second language, and debate is going on in Canada as well. What is prompting the shift?



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 30, 2019

Sinking of South Korean tourist boat raises safety concerns
A South Korean sightseeing boat sank Wednesday in Budapest, with seven confirmed dead and rescue efforts continuing for 21 missing people. Some point to a lack of safety awareness in the tourism industry, noting the Danube River has long had safety issues.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 30, 2019

Norway vouches for progress in Venezuela talks
In spite of rising tensions at home, Venezuela's political opponents embattled over who should run the country say they made progress in finding a solution during talks in Norway this week.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 30, 2019

Netanyahu's future in jeopardy as Israel heads to snap elections
After 10 years in office, Benjamin Netanyahu looked certain for another term as prime minister. Now Israel faces an unprecedented repeat election.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 29, 2019

For Toronto immigrants, Raptors' rise to NBA Finals is personal
For the heavily immigrant and minority fanbase, the Toronto Raptors' rise to the NBA Finals already carries an air of victory.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 29, 2019

At a Georgia day care center, older neighbors find purpose, connection
Little Steps Community Daycare in rural Georgia has transformed the lives of children, parents, and senior volunteers.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 29, 2019

Trade war roils US, China, but it means jobs for rest of Asia
China is still an engine of global manufacturing, but tariffs are prompting a rebalancing of production. Other Asian nations stand to gain.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 29, 2019

South Africa has 11 official languages. Why the fuss over learning Mandarin?
Mandarin Chinese is the world's most widely spoken language, and South Africa's government wants more students to speak it. Not everyone agrees.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 29, 2019

Belgian king holds first-ever meeting with far-right
After large gains in Sunday's elections, the leader of the Flemish far-right met with Belgium's king on Wednesday, a first for the party in its 40-year history.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 29, 2019

Japan to provide economic aid to Bangladesh
Japan has promised $1.2 billion to support economic and infrastructural development as well as its own businesses in Bangladesh. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 28, 2019

Green politics comes surging into the mainstream in EU elections
European elections' biggest surprise was not the rise of the far-right, but that of the Greens, who seem to be riding a new European environmentalism.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 28, 2019

Afghanistan's stalemate: ‘talking and fighting'
A Taliban spring offensive and a U.S. and Afghan government counteroffensive have created yet another obstacle to talks to end the war in Afghanistan.



Christian Science Monitor--world
May 28, 2019

‘Chernobyl' TV miniseries: the reviews from ground zero
The dramatization of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster has gotten a mixed response in post-Soviet states.



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