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Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 22, 2021

Why an ex-president's return to Ivory Coast threatens a fragile peace
The return of Ivory Coast's disgraced ex-President Laurent Gbagbo has stirred division among survivors of the violence surrounding his fall in 2011.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 22, 2021

A volcano erupts in Spain - and challenges notions of recovery
A volcano that continues to erupt on Spain's Canary Islands challenges recovery efforts and leaves residents asking if they will ever return home.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 21, 2021

‘Why did we fight?' Challenge of governing is wearing down Taliban.
Victory on the battlefield is one thing. Governing millions of people with vision is another. In Afghanistan, the stress on the Taliban is showing.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 21, 2021

European Union's balancing act: Democracy with unity
The European Union is wrestling with how to treat members that break its democracy rules, so as to uphold both its principles and its unity.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 21, 2021

Protestors join fight to free US missionaries kidnapped in Haiti
As efforts continue to free the 17 missionaries and a local driver kidnapped in Haiti, local peaceful protests have been organized demanding their release. A wave of kidnappings is one of various tragedies affecting the Caribbean nation.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 21, 2021

Clashes mount in W. Sahara as youth fight for ancestral home
Western Sahara has been stuck in territorial dispute for decades, awaiting a U.N. referendum that would let the local Sahrawi people decide their future. Rising frustrations, especially among young people, have led to violent pushback against Moroccan control.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 20, 2021

From Israel's wildly diverse government, a surprise: (So far) it works
Can political factions overcome national gridlock? An unlikely Israeli coalition has been a surprising story of cooperation and consensus.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 20, 2021

‘Driven by hope.' An Afghan refugee fights to save her sisters.
Members of Afghanistan's Hazara minority are at special risk of Taliban oppression. A Hazara refugee in Canada is ensuring they are not forgotten.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 20, 2021

In Ghana, a school faces a debate over hairstyle and faith
Ghana prides itself on being religiously tolerant. But a Rastafarian high schooler was asked to cut his hair - an important part of the Rastafarian faith - in order to enroll at an academically elite high school. The family is fighting back.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 20, 2021

As climate change brings more flooding, can Venice stay afloat?
Climate change has made flooding even more commonplace in Venice, threatening many of its historic buildings and plazas. The government in Rome funded a 6-billion-euro barrier system to protect the city from large waves, but many are still breaking through.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 20, 2021

Amid stalled negotiations, N. Korea confirms new missile test
On Wednesday, North Korea confirmed it tested a new missile that can be fired from a submarine, two years after the last test of the same type. The U.S. has said it is open to resuming nuclear diplomacy, but North Korea considers the U.S. stance hostile.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 19, 2021

As Lebanese seek ‘accountability,' gunfight serves as a warning
Two years into the campaign for accountability in Lebanon, a Beirut gun battle was a not-subtle reminder of how entrenched powers resist change.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 19, 2021

As Lebanese seek ‘accountability,' Beirut battle serves as a warning
Two years into the campaign for accountability in Lebanon, a Beirut gun battle was a not-subtle reminder of how entrenched powers resist change.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 19, 2021

Behind killings in disputed Kashmir, fears of Taliban spillover
A surge in killings of non-Muslims in disputed Kashmir has raised concerns of a spillover from the Taliban victory in Afghanistan.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 19, 2021

Why consumers are facing energy shortages worldwide
An energy crunch is affecting countries worldwide as winter looms. Consumers and commerce are being squeezed between high demand and high prices. Analysts say rebounding economies and extreme weather have contributed to the shortages.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 19, 2021

Protecting the ‘Amazon of Europe' and a small Aussie bandicoot
Animal gains: Our progress roundup includes a healthier marsupial, an animal-testing ban in Mexico, and a new UNESCO, five-nation biosphere reserve.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 18, 2021

As German coalition starts to gel, a libertarian party plays kingmaker
Three German political parties have agreed to form a governing coalition. The libertarian Free Democrats is a junior partner with big ambitions.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 18, 2021

Fake noses, pointy hats, joy: Poland's witches find healing in performing
The path to healing can take many forms. A group of Polish women playfully invokes witches to bring cheer to the community and comfort to one another.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 18, 2021

Shortages, outages, and more: Why China's growth is slowing
China's economy grew only 4.9% in the last quarter, down from 7.9% in the previous quarter. The slower growth is likely caused by limits on energy usage and parts shortages that have hampered manufacturing.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 17, 2021

16 US missionaries kidnapped by a street gang in Haiti
Members of the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries group, including 16 U.S. citizens and one Canadian, were kidnapped after visiting an orphanage in Haiti.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 15, 2021

‘Two-edged sword': Nigeria blocks phone networks to stop crime
To keep bandits from coordinating attacks that have killed thousands, the Nigerian government has cut off mobile networks in select states. Although authorities say the network blackout reduces the scale of violence, it leaves those still being attacked more vulnerable.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 15, 2021

Éléonore Laloux helps France see disability differently
Éléonore Laloux - the first elected official with Down syndrome in France - is proving that her unique perspective is an asset to her town.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 14, 2021

Cram school is out, forever. Why Chinese parents aren't rejoicing.
China's crackdown on for-profit tutoring of K-12 students is part of a campaign aimed at curbing capitalist excess and promoting common prosperity.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 14, 2021

‘My talent is in the water.' Black South Africans embrace kayaking.
A Black-run canoe club in Soweto, South Africa, has given thousands of kids a passion they might never have otherwise found.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 14, 2021

New scramble for coal a reminder of how hard it is to go green
As governments prepare to pledge reduced carbon emissions at a U.N. climate summit, surging fossil fuel demand may focus minds on action, not words.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 13, 2021

Russia breaks the (polar) ice on its Northeast Passage aspirations
The Kremlin hopes the Northeast Passage could rival the Suez Canal. But the Russian military presence has its rivals questioning its priorities.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 13, 2021

Islamic State attacks test Taliban's control in Afghanistan
The Taliban have promised to keep the extremist Islamic State in check, but recent deadly attacks are raising questions about the new Afghan government's ability to maintain peace. The Taliban have rejected the idea of cooperation with the U.S. against IS.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 12, 2021

The Northwest Passage is thawing. Will US, Canada sail its waters together?
With the Arctic melting, the U.S. and Canada are trying a cooperative approach to tapping the region's thawing resources and trade routes.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 12, 2021

‘Ecocide': Climate lawyers say Amazon deforestation is a crime
On Tuesday, AllRise, a group of climate lawyers, asked the International Criminal Court to investigate Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro for his Amazon development policies. The lawyers say "crimes against nature are crimes against humanity."

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 12, 2021

How this year's Nobel Prize-winning economists shaped the field
The final Nobel Prize of the year was awarded to three economists on Monday. The trio contributed to the expansion of "natural experiments" using real-world data in economics, making the field more applicable to policy as well as everyday life.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 12, 2021

Leaded gas dies. And carbon-free fusion power inches closer.
Progress roundup: Clean energy and air are featured in three briefs this week. In Iceland, the world's largest carbon capture plant is up and running.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 09, 2021

Czech ruling party sees surprise defeat in election, imperiling Babis
Populist Prime Minister Andrej Babis had been expected to win the Czech elections, but opposition coalitions earned enough votes to form a majority.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 08, 2021

It came from the (Red) Sea! Invasive fish spur creative responses in Cyprus.
Invasive fish species threaten the Mediterranean. But people are finding ways to mitigate their impact - if not turn them into dinner.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 08, 2021

Nearly 140 nations reach landmark deal on 15% corporate tax
On Friday, 140 countries signed a tentative agreement to establish a 15% minimum corporate tax on the largest multinational corporations. The deal, a "once-in-a-generation accomplishment," will deter corporations from stashing profits in offshore tax havens.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 08, 2021

Nobel Peace Prize honors journalists' fight for free expression
Two journalists were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for their work fighting for freedom of the press at a time when some authoritarian regimes are cracking down on dissenting voices. The decision underscores how a free press can help sustain peace.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 07, 2021

How Afghan midwives are challenging Taliban strictures on women
Afghan midwives present a conundrum for the Taliban: educated women performing lifesaving work that the Taliban will not allow a male doctor to do.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 06, 2021

Can liberal government deliver? Question on both sides of Atlantic.
In Germany, the U.S., and the U.K., center-left leaders face common tests: squaring what's politically possible with their goals, and creating trust.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 06, 2021

Once sidelined, Norway's migrant minorities earn a voice in parliament
September elections in Norway were a subtle but important victory for multiculturalism, giving the Nordic nation its most diverse parliament ever.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 06, 2021

A mayor in Mozambique had a flooding master plan. Then came the cyclone.
Beira, Mozambique, has tried to build back better after a devastating cyclone laid bare its challenges but also showed that flood defenses can work.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 06, 2021

China harasses Taiwan with fighter jets, blames US for meddling
Tensions flared as Chinese military flights near Taiwan intensified - the country dispatched 149 jets over four days, a record. While the show of hostility and recurring territorial ambitions is apparent, analysts say war is not imminent - it is more likely a show of power.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 06, 2021

Six Balkan states make slow, sure progress toward EU membership
European Union leaders met in Slovenia on Wednesday to reaffirm the prospect of the EU expanding to include six Balkan countries. While the idea has met some resistance, it has also fueled political and economic reform in the region and kept tensions in check.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 05, 2021

As Tunisia's democracy wobbles, an unexpected gain: first woman premier
The symbolic victory seen in the naming of a woman as Tunisia's prime minister comes amid a deepening battle over the nation's democratic character.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 04, 2021

New respect for Black hair in Illinois, and for Josephine Baker in France
Progress roundup: A preschooler's mom who braided her son's hair and the family of a Jazz Age icon both made their cases for respect - and won.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 04, 2021

Jordanians get a taste of history in their daily bread
Jordan's "wheat is a blessing" initiative is reviving cultivation of a hearty ancient grain. At stake: food security and a fading pastoral culture.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 04, 2021

Invaluable but unprotected: Asian gig workers fight for rights
By providing services like food delivery, app-based businesses have thrived across Asia during the pandemic. Now, the gig workers who keep the industry running are fighting back against exploitative labor laws.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 03, 2021

Why Philippine President Duterte says he's retiring from politics
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday said he won't run for vice president, opening the way for his daughter to run for president.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 03, 2021

'Pandora Papers' expose tax evasion by billionaires and world leaders
More than 330 politicians were identified as holding wealth in secret accounts, including Jordan's King Abdullah II and former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair, according to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 01, 2021

German coalition talks: What do they reveal about Germany's future?
Germany's first post-Merkel election promises to reshape the country's governing priorities around a new, likely three-party coalition.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 01, 2021

When prison doors swing open, these mentors open their arms
Society often treats formerly incarcerated people as broken. At the Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop, they find healing together.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 01, 2021

With Merkel leaving, is Macron the new leader of Europe?
For more than a decade, Europeans have looked to Germany's Angela Merkel to lead. Can France's Emmanuel Macron now take up her mantle?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 01, 2021

Why it will cost more to stay warm this winter
Globally the price of natural gas has shot upward, and in the United States, winter bills could be as much as 30% higher than last year. Pandemic recovery has boosted demand, and with less natural gas in supply, prices are expected to keep rising.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 01, 2021

Can Dubai's opulent World Fair strengthen East-West ties?
The first World Fair ever held in the Middle East opens today, flaunting attractions such as a royal Egyptian mummy and glow-in-the-dark cuisine. The fair is sure to create cross-cultural exchanges, but some question the UAE's commitment to openness and tolerance.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 30, 2021

Missiles and talks: N. Korea wants to reopen lines with S. Korea
North Korea, which has tested ballistic missiles in the past week, plans to reopen communication lines with South Korea after a year. The strategy is part of North Korea leader Kim Jong Un's desire for international recognition as a nuclear power, experts say.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 30, 2021

Iranians 'pinching pennies' as inflation spikes. Is US to blame?
Long stunted by U.S. sanctions, Iran's economy is now being hit by another strain: rapid inflation at its highest since 1994. Food prices have increased by almost 60%, making basic groceries unaffordable and pushing many families into poverty.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 30, 2021

Under government attack, Salvadoran judges seek international remedy
Top Salvadoran judges, illegally ousted by pro-government lawmakers, seek reinstatement by an international court. But that will take time.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 29, 2021

In Israel, religious schools begin opening an old world to the new
Pressed from without and within, some Israeli ultra-Orthodox parents are choosing schools that also teach "secular" subjects like math and science.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 29, 2021

Rural exodus: Newfoundland's quest to save its community
Efforts to stem Newfoundland's rural exodus could hold lessons for regions around the world facing a hollowing out of populations and economies.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 29, 2021

China's short-term solution to curbing energy use: cut the lights
Chinese cities are enacting controlled power outages across the country. Media reports blame coal prices, but economists say the goal is to keep energy use below official targets, especially as China prepares to host the U.N. environmental conference.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 29, 2021

Stability over change: Fumio Kishida to become Japan's new PM
Japan's former foreign minister, Fumio Kishida, is likey to become prime minister following Wednesday's party election. He promises to increase Japan's military budget, stand up to China, and herald a "new capitalism" focused on growth and income distribution.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 29, 2021

Can America match China's long game in Asia?
The U.S. must offer long-term security and trade engagement to its Asian allies if it is to keep them out of China's ever-widening orbit.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 28, 2021

They found hope in Afghanistan. Now they strive to preserve it.
Marnie Gustavson and Mohammad Tamim Hamkar united for a better Afghanistan, training youths for leadership and service. Now they face a new challenge.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 28, 2021

British government may enlist army to resolve gas shortage
Fuel pumps in the U.K. are running dry, largely because of a shortage of truck drivers but due to panic-buying. Now, the British army is on standby in case their services are needed to close the delivery gap and keep essential services running.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 28, 2021

Calls growing in UN for international reparations
Should former colonial powers pay reparations to African and Caribbean nations harmed by slavery and colonialism? A growing group of countries at this week's U.N. General Assembly meetings are saying yes and calling for others to get on board.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 28, 2021

Taking better care of people: Silver Alerts, non-English driver's tests
In our progress roundup, Arizona includes intellectual disabilities in its Silver Alerts, and Namibia recognizes native tongues in its driver's test.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 27, 2021

Russian Arctic is losing people. Will free land bring them back?
The European portion of the Russian Arctic is searching for economic purpose. Could giving land away stabilize its population and industry?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 27, 2021

Border town residents of Mexico lend neighborly hand to Haitians
After being turned away at the U.S. border, many Haitian migrants retreated into Mexico. Now, despite the personal risks, residents of Ciudad Acuña, Mexico are doing whatever they can to help - providing food, shelter, and water to Haitians hoping to stay.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 26, 2021

Three-year feud ends with US-China-Canada prisoner swap
Two Canadians held by China were released in exchange for a Chinese Huawei Technologies exec, who was charged with fraud by the United States.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 26, 2021

Merkel's party stumbles, leaves German parties haggling to rule
A near-tie between two parities in Sunday's German election leaves Europe's biggest economy negotiating over forming a multi-party government, while Angela Merkel stays on in a caretaker.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 24, 2021

In Germany's elections, candidates vie to be more Merkel
All the major contenders in the German elections are trying to present themselves in the same style and stability of Angela Merkel - the men included.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 23, 2021

‘Who will rebuild the country?' Educated Afghans' stay-or-go struggle.
The U.S. evacuation of Kabul deprived Afghanistan of many of its best-trained citizens. The country will struggle to do without them; some regret that.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 23, 2021

Why some Pacific powers may be siding with US against China
A U.S.-led grouping of maritime powers in Asia meets Friday at the White House in what many see as a united front against an assertive China.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 23, 2021

‘Mudlarks' dig up London's past on the banks of the River Thames
For "mudlarks," poking around the shores of the River Thames for lost treasures isn't just a pastime. It's a way to escape urban life.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 23, 2021

Behind extension of paternity leave in Europe, a generational change
France and Spain have expanded paternity leave, joining a growing number of rich countries in promoting gender equality in raising young children.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 22, 2021

For Canada's newest First Nation, a declaration of - and fight over - identity
Recognition of the Qalipu First Nation by Canada was an achievement for Newfoundland's Indigenous people. But it brought new questions about identity.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 22, 2021

Will submarine rift sap Europe's support for US policy on China?
Europeans, feeling slighted by Washington, ponder a more independent foreign policy tack, which could mean less support for Biden's tough China policy.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 22, 2021

Lava continues to spew from Canary Island volcano. What now?
On Sunday, a volcano erupted on the Canary Island of La Palma, forcing 6,000 residents to evacuate. Experts predict that lava could continue to flow for weeks. Here's a look at the causes, the damage, and the ongoing concerns.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 22, 2021

The world has changed. Should the Peace Corps?
The world today - shaped by a pandemic and shifting social values - is far different from when the Peace Corps evacuated its volunteers in March 2020.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 21, 2021

After Canadian snap elections, Trudeau still has a minority govt
Following Monday's parliamentary election in Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party won 156 seats, but fell short of the 170 seats needed for a majority government - and the main reason Mr. Trudeau called for an early vote.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 21, 2021

Palestinian leaders are ready for talks. Their voters aren't so sure.
A U.S.-backed thaw in Palestinian-Israeli relations has yielded modest gains, but many Palestinians question their leadership's legitimacy.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 20, 2021

The crisis chancellor: How Merkel changed Germany - and the world
As Angela Merkel steps down after 16 years leading Europe's largest economy, she leaves Germany, Europe, and the world shaped by her decisions.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 20, 2021

Indian farmers learn how to revive soil contaminated by mines
In India, about 15,000 acres of farmland have been contaminated by dust from iron ore mines. But a pilot program in the city of Hosapete is bringing barren farmland back into production and boosting food security in the process.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 20, 2021

Environmental justice at work: From New Jersey water to Indonesian air
In our progress roundup, Newark replaces its lead pipes and an Indonesian court grants villagers the right to speak up against a factory spewing waste.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 19, 2021

Pro-Kremlin party leads State Duma election, in early results
With about 30% of the vote counted Sunday, the pro-Kremlin United Russia party had 45% of the vote for the 225 parliamentary deputies selected by party, and 80% of the lawmakers chosen by individual races.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 17, 2021

Afghan journalists' battle: To keep free expression alive
How long will the Taliban tolerate independent journalism? Many Afghan reporters fled amid threats, but many stayed, to boldly do their jobs.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 17, 2021

Why Canadian elections aren't following the polarized US example
Canadians have eyed the political polarization that has divided the United States. But centrism appears to be winning the day in Canada's elections.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 17, 2021

Russians vote Sunday. Why don't dirty tricks dissuade the opposition?
Why do opposition-minded Russians vote in elections? Because despite tight controls of the ruling United Russia party, voting can make a difference.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 17, 2021

Surge in migrants headed to US: 'No choice but to keep on'
A record-breaking 70,000 migrants have crossed the Darien Gap from South America to Central America this year. The dangerous trek is laden with snakes and bandits - but in a bid for a better life in the U.S., many feel they have no choice but to face the risks.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 16, 2021

Madagascar nears a first: Famine caused by climate rather than war
Madagascar is on the brink of famine after four years of climate-related droughts, whereas most famines are triggered by conflicts.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 15, 2021

Journalist's slaying: Have Dutch values fostered a crime problem?
The Dutch values of toleration toward minor offenses may also inadvertently be feeding the criminal element that killed journalist Peter de Vries.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 15, 2021

Advantage joy: Teenage US Open tennis champ vs. world's woes
The women's final of the U.S. Open temporarily pushed aside an often depressing news agenda, as the teenage victor played a tennis match bursting with joy.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 14, 2021

Amid permafrost and tundra, Russians forge their own environmentalism
Promoting ecological practices is not easy in the Russian Arctic. But locals are finding ways to change how the public interacts with the environment.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 14, 2021

In Gaza, a museum filled with history ‘picked up' along the way
The Gaza Strip's first private museum holds more than artifacts from millennia of local culture. On display are the ingredients of Gazans' identity.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 14, 2021

Opposition leaders defy risks ahead of Russian elections
As Russia prepares for parliamentary elections on Sunday, many top opposition candidates have been barred from public office or jailed, including allies of Alexei Navalny. Despite risks, opposition leaders are determined to prevent complete Kremlin control.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 13, 2021

A new way to foster religious tolerance? Put everyone under one roof.
The House of One in Berlin is being built to combat religious divides by placing a church, mosque, and synagogue under one roof.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 13, 2021

‘No stress.' An end to dowry relieves families in Kashmir village.
A village in Kashmir ended the customary gifts of money by the bride's family at a wedding. The result has been fewer disputes and lower costs.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 13, 2021

Malaysian mothers win citizenship rights for their children
In a landmark ruling, Malaysian mothers are now allowed to pass their citizenship to their children born overseas - a privilege previously only granted to fathers. The change helps ease access to residency, education, and health care for families.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 13, 2021

Norway is wealthy because of oil. Can it give up fossil fuels?
Norway, a country known for its environmentalism, owes much of its wealth to vast oil wells. On Monday, voters who are increasingly concerned about the climate crisis take to the polls in an election that could shape the future of the country's energy supply.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 13, 2021

Might without size: Island nations cooperate to control fishing rights
In our progress briefs, eight small countries are together selling fishing rights to foreign fleets, improving their own economies and sustainability.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 12, 2021

Taliban issue new rules for Afghan women attending universities
Women cannot play sports, but a Taliban official said Sunday women can continue to study in Afghan universities. Co-ed classes are forbidden and women must adhere to an Islamic dress code.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Sep 10, 2021

Afghanistan: Can social gains of last 20 years survive Taliban rule?
The Taliban face Afghans protective of social gains made during the 20-year American presence - on women's rights, health, education, and the economy.

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