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Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 22, 2019

Behind Iran spy drama, a broader escalation
The timing of Iran's declaration today that it captured 17 Iranians last year who were trained by the CIA signals a renewal of the US-Iran covert war.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 22, 2019

Six months of fading promises, but Venezuela's Guaidó hangs on
Juan Guaidó declared himself interim president in January, but has fallen short of many lofty promises. Why does he still have so many supporters?



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 22, 2019

Ukraine votes for reform. Will new president seize the opportunity?
President Volodymyr Zelenskiy now has the ability to make sweeping reforms in Ukraine, after Sunday's election gave him a majority in parliament.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 22, 2019

‘Hostage diplomacy' spat between China and Canada hits home
China's arrests of two Canadians, which followed the arrest of a Huawei executive in Vancouver, have some people rethinking their dealings in China.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 22, 2019

A Tory Tea Party? How fringe voters are reshaping British politics
In the U.K., tension between the Tory base and the elite has echoes of the Tea Party revolt that reshaped the GOP and blazed a path for Donald Trump.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 22, 2019

Duterte to deliver state of the nation address amid protests
Protesters criticized Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte before his his state of the nation address Monday. Mr. Duterte's violent anti-drug campaign has caused international alarm, but he remains popular in opinion polls and in the Philippine Congress.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 22, 2019

How to talk with kids about migration? Try picking up a book.
Our Mexico City correspondent shares the children's books her family uses to discuss migration - with a stamp of approval from her daughter.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 22, 2019

Monday Sunrise Edition: Is US heat wave a harbinger?


Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 22, 2019

Monday Sunrise Edition: Is U.S. heat wave a harbinger?


Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 22, 2019

Iran taunts British with videos of tanker ship seizure
Iran released video and audio recordings of the seizure of the HMS Stena Impero, suggesting Britain's once mighty Navy was unable to save the ship.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 19, 2019

Lebanese lose faith in politicians as economy falters
The public has grown distrustful of the political class widely considered corrupt and steeped in personal rivalries. Taxes, utility bills, and prices have increased in recent years while income has stagnated.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 19, 2019

Points of Progress: Refugees are getting a chance to shine, and more
An international show, "Refugees Got Talent," is putting a new light on the issue of immigration. And Mozambique's elephant herds are increasing.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 18, 2019

The ball is in Europe's court to save Iran nuclear deal
Europe may be the best hope for salvaging the Iran nuclear deal amid rising tensions between Tehran and Washington in the Persian Gulf.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 18, 2019

What Hong Kong's man without a mask wants you to know
On July 1, as Hong Kong's young protesters stormed the legislature, Brian Leung became a face of the movement's most controversial action yet.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 18, 2019

Congo ebola outbreak declared a global health emergency
An ebola outbreak in Congo was declared a global health emergency on July 17 after 1,600 deaths since August 2018. The closing of Congolese borders, however, could lead to economic problems in the future. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 18, 2019

Japanese anime studio hit by deadly suspected arson attack
A fire at Kyoto Animation, a popular Japanese anime studio, has left 33 dead and 36 injured, some critically. Anime fans around the world have expressed support for the company and anger for the suspected attack.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 18, 2019

Struggling with a sanctioned economy, Iranians turn to Bitcoin
Facing an economy crippled by U.S. sanctions, Iranians are turning to Bitcoin to make extra money. The currency's lack of regulations, however, are making some in the U.S. and Iranian governments wary. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 18, 2019

Human landlords, avian tenants: How purple martins survive
In the eastern half of the United States, few purple martins have natural nesting habitat left. But humans have stepped up to fill the housing void.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 17, 2019

A police killing puts racism on the agenda. This time in Israel.
The outrage and protests that followed the death of an Ethiopian Jew are forcing Israel to confront anti-black racism as a real problem.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 17, 2019

Moldova shows Russia and the West can work together. Can they do it again?
That Russia, the U.S., and the EU could oust an oligarch in Moldova is raising hopes that they can find solutions in Ukraine and Georgia too.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 17, 2019

Power-sharing deal marks progress in Sudan
After weeks of protests and a deadly crackdown, Sudan takes its first steps toward a more comprehensive democracy. A constitutional agreement that establishes a joint civilian-military sovereign is set to be adopted on Friday.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 17, 2019

As Japan, South Korea spar over trade, US plays peacemaker
The U.S. has sent a top diplomat to ease tensions between Japan and South Korea. The two nations, whose economies are closely linked, have sparred over trade restrictions and colonial-era reparations.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 17, 2019

Von der Leyen confirmed as first female EU Commission president
After a close vote, German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen was confirmed Tuesday. An outside candidate to begin with, Ms. von der Leyen must now corral a fractious European Parliament. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 16, 2019

When a breakup makes you rethink your relationship: Brexit and Germany
Germany's disappointment over Brexit also affects its thinking about the future of the EU, even as German-British trade is expected to stay strong.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 16, 2019

For Venezuelan migrants, culinary staple takes on greater significance
Migrants throughout time have brought local cuisines with them to new places. Opening arepa restaurants has allowed Venezuelan migrants to make a living abroad while keeping alive a culinary tradition.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 16, 2019

France the first major economy to regulate cryptocurrencies
An international leader in tech oversight, France became the world's first major economy to regulate cryptocurrencies - attempting to stabilize a potentially disruptive new industry.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 16, 2019

Honduras coup: Why the 10-year anniversary matters today
Ten years after a coup removed President Manuel Zalaya from power, its consequences still shape Honduras - from months of protests to migration.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 16, 2019

Hong Kong protests find new purpose and momentum
Protests against a controversial extradition bill began over a month ago. Now, demonstrations have ballooned to address how Hong Kong is governed.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 16, 2019

Why the U.S. high school dropout rate has fallen so dramatically
U.S. high school dropout rates have fallen by nearly two-thirds in 18 years, thanks to investments in education and workforce degree requirements.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 15, 2019

Tired of waiting for Canada, native peoples reclaim their culture
Though it made many promises to Canada's indigenous peoples on reconciliation, the Trudeau government has realized little substantive progress.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 15, 2019

How a Chicago photographer uses art to bridge racial divides
Sometimes art allows people to see in a fresh way. Tonika Johnson's project has done that by connecting opposite sides of a long-segregated city.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 15, 2019

Iran women protest mandatory hijabs by going without
Women in Tehran haven't been wearing mandatory hijabs in public, and many others opt for loosely draped scarves instead of the usual wrap. But the debate has further polarized Iranians as pressure from U.S. sanctions increases.  



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 15, 2019

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Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 15, 2019

Djokovic wins epic 2019 Wimbledon battle with Federer
In the longest men's singles finals ever, Novak Djokovic claimed his fifth Wimbledon title and the second in a row.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 15, 2019

Monday Sunrise Edition: New Orleans mostly dodges the Barry bullet
New Orleans residents were grateful because a forecast triple whammy - a high tide, storm surge, and river flooding - didn't overwhelm the levee system



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 12, 2019

Calgary Stampede: Come for the rodeo, stay for the bug-covered ice cream
Lemonade full of edible flowers? An octopus on a stick? Bug-covered ice cream? The Calgary Stampede takes boundary-pushing fare to a new level.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 12, 2019

US-Iran escalation: It's message-sending, but the risks are high
The U.S. and Iran want something from the other. But they're expressing that through sanctions and Gulf provocations that can slip out of control.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 11, 2019

Poland and Hungary need people. Do more benefits lead to more births?
Birthrates are down in Eastern Europe, so governments are trying to incentivize women to have more children. But their success has been limited.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 11, 2019

From Darfur to Israel to US, refugee refines his fight for Sudan
Mutasim Ali, an activist detained in his native Sudan and in Israel, is heading to Washington for a second law degree and enhanced influence.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 11, 2019

Some Iranians embrace American culture with a Coke and a smile
Sanctions from the U.S. have not stopped the influx of Western culture into Iran. From soft drinks to movie stars, Iran's youth find American lifestyle "very attractive." 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 10, 2019

Japan's conundrum: It needs foreign workers. It doesn't want immigrants.
Japan's shrinking, graying population needs foreign workers. But immigration is a tough sell - and stopgap measures can leave migrants vulnerable.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 10, 2019

Their shack settlement was told to move. Their demand: Move us together.
Deep Sea, an informal shack community in Nairobi, has been negotiating for years over a government plan to develop on the land where they live.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 09, 2019

Sudan reaches a power-sharing deal, but will it stick?
A crackdown on the opposition triggered an international effort to resolve the Sudan crisis. But will the military actually relinquish power?



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 09, 2019

Hong Kong protests: Is anyone in charge?
Hong Kong protesters' lack of official leaders may protect them, but it also creates challenges - including, perhaps, for their movement's future.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 09, 2019

Britain's Labour officially backs second Brexit referendum
After a lack of a clear policy led to disappointing returns in recent elections, the U.K. Labour party has announced its support for a second Brexit referendum and would campaign to stay in the EU. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 08, 2019

EU as world power: Brussels has the tools, but does it have the will?
With the U.S. and China facing off, the EU has been left to fend for itself on the global stage - and perhaps become a world power in its own right.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 08, 2019

Europe's populist wave: Its future hangs on two key questions
Sunday's Greek elections ousted the ruling Syriza party. Now attention on EU populism will likely turn to two far weightier powers: Italy and Britain.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 08, 2019

Sudan: International pressure enabled power-sharing pact
Sudanese protesters and generals reached a power-sharing agreement Friday that raised hopes of a democratic transition. The U.S. and its Arab allies helped lead negotiations in tense moments.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 08, 2019

Despite immigration crackdown, Mexico's president stays popular
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has intensified immigration enforcement at the country's southern border. His constant approval ratings, though, suggest historically migrant-friendly Mexico has soured on those crossing its border illegally.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 08, 2019

Iran breaks nuclear deal, enriches uranium to 4.5%
On Monday Iran began enriching uranium to 4.5%, breaking the limit of 3.67% set by its 2015 nuclear deal. Higher enrichment and a growing stockpile could narrow the one-year window Iran would need to stockpile material for an atomic bomb.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 08, 2019

Monday Sunrise Edition: US women are defiant world champions
The U.S. women's national soccer team won the 2019 World Cup, the far-right fades in Greece, and Iran begins enriching uranium.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 08, 2019

Monday Sunrise Edition: U.S. women are defiant world champions


Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 08, 2019

Conservative party takes helm of troubled Greek economy
Kyriakos Mitsotakis' New Democracy party won 39.8% of the vote, giving him 158 seats in the Greek parliament, a comfortable governing majority.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 08, 2019

U.S. women take 2019 World Cup, set sights on equal pay
Led by Megan Rapinoe, the U.S. won its record fourth Women's World Cup title and second in a row, beating the Netherlands 2-0 Sunday night.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 05, 2019

Money first, politics later. Did Bahrain advance Mideast peace?
After decades of frustration in Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts, Trump has vowed to succeed where others have failed. How his approach is working.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 05, 2019

A visit to Korea's DMZ: Fast food, a pirate ship - and a bit of hope
Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un's handshake at Korea's Demilitarized Zone was a blend of the absurd and solemn - but so is day-to-day reality at the DMZ.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 05, 2019

Sudanese protesters, military celebrate pact after months of unrest
Pro-democracy protesters and generals reached an agreement Friday for a joint sovereign council that will include both military members and civilians to rule the nation. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 05, 2019

Young classical musicians in Tehran offer respite from reality
Amid strains from U.S. sanctions, a surprise: Younger audiences and musicians in Iran find delight in Western classical music. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 05, 2019

Points of Progress: Cuyahoga River, Israel's water, and more
Ohio celebrates the progress made for the Cuyahoga River over the course of 50 years of cleanup efforts, and more good news.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 03, 2019

China is ramping up its media abroad - and not just in Chinese
Beijing is intensifying efforts to shape its image abroad - and not just for Chinese-speaking audiences.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 03, 2019

Central American governments largely silent on immigration
As Mexico and the United States trade blame for immigration to their southern borders, Central American governments have taken little action. Citizens of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras send home billions in remittances. But there are signs of changed attitudes.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 03, 2019

On July 4, memories of a veteran who sought to bridge differences
A trip to Seoul reminded the author of his editor, a Korean War veteran-turned-governor who believed independence can coexist with a desire to unite.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 03, 2019

Russian missiles for Turkey? What's at stake as collision looms.
For years NATO watchers have looked on with concern as Turkey has courted Russia. Now a missile deal has become a pivotal issue of Turkish identity.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 02, 2019

A rape trial sparked outrage. A year later, Ireland grapples with reform.
In Ireland, a highly publicized rape trial of two rugby players last year may be changing the way the island handles rape and sexual abuse cases. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 02, 2019

Hong Kong protests could empower Taiwanese leader
Recent protests in Hong Kong have likely bolstered Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen's bid for reelection next year. Firmly opposed to accommodation with the mainland, Ms. Tsai now has more ammunition against her more moderate opponents.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 02, 2019

Points of Progress: Ivan Golunov, air pollution, and more
Low-emissions New York taxis contributed to a decline in air pollution, and millennial farmers in Ghana are rethinking farming techniques.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 01, 2019

Trump and Kim, Trump and Xi - what really mattered at G-20?
Donald Trump's talks with Xi Jinping and Kim Jong Un stole headlines after the G-20 summit. But the weekend also showcased a growing global divide.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 01, 2019

US-Iran clash enters cyber realm and tests a Trump strategy
As the U.S.-Iran confrontation moves into the cyber realm, in addition to the physical, it also helps make an argument for restraint.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 01, 2019

Putin flexes as ‘good czar,' but can he remake Russia?
Behind the drama of Vladimir Putin's televised town hall meeting lies an expansive yet controversial project to remake Russian society.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 01, 2019

Japan returns to commercial whaling after three decades
Japanese whalers brought home their first catch in 30 years. But the industry's return comes amid slowing demand for the meat and changing views on conservation.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 01, 2019

EU summit suspended over leadership stalemate
After a full night of negotiations, European leaders failed to agree on new candidates for some of the EU's top jobs. With talks suspended for a day, many worry that the impasse may signal gridlock. 



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 01, 2019

Hong Kong protests escalate near anniversary of handover
Tens of thousands of protestors marched for withdrawal of an extradition bill and for Hong Kong's leader, Carrie Lam, to resign. Protestors are also demanding inquiry into police actions during a June 12 protest.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 01, 2019

Iran breaks uranium stockpile limit from 2015 deal
Iran announced June 17 it would exceed the limit, its first major breach of the deal. European leaders have met to find ways to save the deal, with U.S.-Iran tensions mounting and Iran threatening to enrich closer to weapons-grade levels.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 28, 2019

For South Korean youth, peacemaking is secondary to job growth
President Moon Jae-in was elected two years ago as an economic reformer. But a slowdown in job creation has soured young voters on their prospects.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 28, 2019

Iranian leaders shun ‘chalice of poison'
Iran is unlikely to cave to pressure it feels from the United States, analysts say. Because Ayatollah Khomeini once did.  



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 28, 2019

All eyes on Albania ahead of crucial local elections
Months of domestic unrest will crescendo Sunday when Albania holds municipal elections - or not. The opposition plans to boycott, and the president has said the vote is canceled. Meanwhile, the government remains committed to this important democratic test.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 28, 2019

World leaders seek common ground over values at G-20
The summit's first day has highlighted inconsistencies in the values of world leaders. They aim to achieve cooperation around issues of globalization, trade, and Iran's nuclear proliferation.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 28, 2019

Yankees and Red Sox bring baseball across the pond
With the first regular season games in Europe this weekend, Major League Baseball makes its foray into a world dominated by Premier League football.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 27, 2019

No longer sidelined, women's soccer attracts players and fans in France
This year's Women's World Cup seems to be a breakthrough moment for host France, amid record TV viewership and public interest.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 27, 2019

G-20 Osaka: A test of Abe's high-wire friendship with Trump
Japan's Prime Minister Abe has prioritized a personal relationship with U.S. President Trump - a relationship that could be tested at the Group of 20.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 27, 2019

German rescue ship arrives in Italian waters against orders
The captain says her migrant passengers deserve safety. Italy's interior minister has threatened arrest. He argues Italy, a prominent entry point into Europe for asylum seekers, has the right to defend its borders.



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 26, 2019

Dominican Republic tourist deaths spark concern, questions about resorts
A spate of U.S. tourist fatalities in the Dominican Republic have led to canceled trips and questions about justice and equality.  



Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 26, 2019

Australian media demands press freedom after raids
Recent police raids have prompted Australian media organizations to unite in demanding legal reforms to bolster press freedom. Journalists seek what they view to be a healthier balance between national security and press freedom.



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. 



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