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Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 15, 2024

Large, long, and expensive: What to know about India's big election
Indians head to the polls this week for a 44-day general election that is set to break records.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 14, 2024

Israel lauds its defenses, G7 plots response after Iran's drone blitz thwarted
Israel says its air defenses thwarted 99% of the more than 300 drones and missiles Iran that launched toward its territory. Meanwhile, the Group of Seven condemned the attack.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 13, 2024

Tragedy in Sydney after man kills 6 people in mall before being shot by police
Police in Sydney say a man stabbed six people to death at a busy shopping center before an armed police officer intervened. The suspect is believed to have acted alone and the attack was not related to terrorism.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 12, 2024

These Russian soldiers refuse to fight Putin's war. But escape is nearly impossible.
Asylum claims from Russians have surged in the U.S., France, and Germany as growing numbers of Russian soldiers seek to escape the war in Ukraine. Few claims have been granted as countries consider the threat to national security.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 12, 2024

Japan is becoming more diverse. Will its government?
Shifting demographics are challenging Japan's reputation as a homogeneous society, and creating openings for immigrants in local government.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 11, 2024

Terrorists attacked Moscow. Now Russia's migrants are feeling the backlash.
Russia's migrants have long been tolerated by both authorities and the public. But when several Tajiks became suspects in the March 22 terror attack in Moscow, the whole community came under withering scrutiny.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 11, 2024

Ukraine, short of soldiers, passes controversial new conscription law
Two years after Russia's full-scale invasion, Ukraine is in dire need of more soldiers. Yet lawmakers dragged their feet for months over the new, likely unpopular law, which goes into effect a month after President Zelenskyy signs it - if and when he does.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 11, 2024

Ukraine aid deadlock could threaten peace in Europe. Does Congress care?
Ukraine must convince Americans that its fate matters, and that a Russian victory would threaten European security and American interests.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 11, 2024

Most abortions in Poland happen unofficially. A new law could change things.
Poland has one of the strictest abortion laws in Europe. Now, that law is up for a long-awaited debate.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 10, 2024

How Portugal has largely avoided racism and Islamophobia amid a migration boom
Historically a country of emigrants, Portugal has seen an influx of arrivals from Asia and Africa in recent years. And despite recent political gains by the far right, the public and the newcomers are largely getting along.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 10, 2024

Biden calls Netanyahu's handling of the war in Gaza a ‘mistake'
President Joe Biden has been an outspoken supporter of Israel's war against Hamas. But his patience with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has appeared to be waning, and his administration has taken a more stern line, deepening Israel's international isolation.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 10, 2024

Track and field becomes first sport to give prize money to Olympic gold medalists
World Athletics, an international governing body, announced that it is setting aside $2.4 million to pay gold medalists across the 48 track and field events at this year's Paris Olympics. The athletes will be the first Olympians to be paid prize money.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 10, 2024

Good news around the globe: How trash becomes treasure, and disrespect turns to grace
Progress roundup: Reuse champs of Denmark, neurodivergence advocates in Peru, and how Tuvulu is defending itself by becoming a digital nation.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 10, 2024

Snapshots from Gaza: By sheer will, Palestinian women eke out a life
In any war, women carry an outsize burden. The Israel-Hamas war is no exception. These Palestinian women in the Gaza Strip are holding families and communities together.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 09, 2024

Why Bollywood is cranking out pro-government films ahead of India's election
An uptick in brazenly pro-government movies highlights the close relationship between India's ruling party and Bollywood.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 09, 2024

Ecuador's president may have violated diplomatic immunity. Ecuadorians don't care.
Ecuador's new president ordered a raid on a Mexican embassy, breaking diplomatic immunity. Violence-weary Ecuadorians hail the move as a display of strength.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 09, 2024

In post-quake Turkey, kids struggle. A school principal named ‘Hope' steps in.
After the devastating earthquakes in Turkey over a year ago, the best of humanity surfaced. But some have met the challenge in a time of need with special determination.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 08, 2024

Free trade or flooding the market? US warns China against surplus exports.
China and the U.S. share a desire to stabilize relations, but a recent trip by the U.S. treasury secretary highlights trade challenges.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 05, 2024

Gaza aid workers press on, shaken by lethal Israeli strike on convoy
As international aid agencies pull back in Gaza after the drone strike on a World Central Kitchen convoy, a heavier burden falls on local humanitarian workers. Their determination to save lives helps them persevere.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 04, 2024

Five ways Israel is changing after six months of war in Gaza
Civil society's response to Oct. 7 is planting the seeds of a new political class. But what Israelis see as the worst day in their history is also profoundly challenging their sense of security and belonging.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 04, 2024

Uplifting news around the globe: ‘Yes' to housing, and teaching as a second career
Progress roundup: Housing issues bring left and right together at YIMBYtown, more second-career seekers sign up to teach, and the prison recyclers with a path to employment.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 04, 2024

Family, friends remember selfless acts of World Central Kitchen workers killed in Israel
Those who knew the seven World Central Kitchen aid workers killed in an Israeli airstrike while delivering aid to Palestinians are grieving their loved ones and looking for answers. The strike has drawn international condemnation.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 03, 2024

In besieged and starving Gaza, Ramadan charity and prayers endure
Damaged and destroyed mosques. Displaced and dispersed families. The challenges Gazans face this Ramadan are immense. But the holy month's tradition of charity is sustained, and sustaining.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 03, 2024

This journalist exposed corruption in the Malawian army. Now he's on the run.
In recent months, several African journalists have been targeted for exposing military corruption in their reporting.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 03, 2024

Behind the potter's wheel, veterans work on healing
For 11 years now, military veterans and their families have been coming for a series of pottery classes that Odyssey ClayWorks offers free of charge.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 02, 2024

Estonians trust their government. That's why it can offer advanced services.
Few rank either government or technology as trustworthy. But then there are Estonians, who are deeply invested in their country's e-government programs.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 02, 2024

Fatal strike on World Central Kitchen workers ripples across aid delivery
Seven international aid workers and their Palestinian driver were killed by an Israeli airstrike hours after they delivered a shipload of food to northern Gaza, which has been pushed to the brink of famine by Israel's offensive.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 02, 2024

Israel says Al Jazeera is a security threat. The network says that's a dangerous lie.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, acting on new parliamentary authority, said he planned to shutter Al Jazeera's operations in Israel. The Qatar-owned broadcaster called his accusations dangerous, and others warned of unwarranted censorship.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 01, 2024

Palestinian Mandela? Marwan Barghouti, imprisoned preacher of unity.
Marwan Barghouti's popularity is unsurpassed. His message of democracy, unity, and resistance to occupation increasingly resonates today with Palestinians who are under attack, distrust their leadership, and would vote for him if given the chance.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 01, 2024

Suspending trade with India has cost Pakistan. Can the new government shift gears?
Comments from Pakistan hint at a softening stance on trade with India, underscoring the consequences of closing their shared border to commerce.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 01, 2024

A sidewalk telescope in Madrid offers a glimpse into the night sky's unknown
The stars have inspired wonder and contemplation from time immemorial. On Madrid's sidewalks, one man is helping locals experience them today with a glimpse through his telescope.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 01, 2024

Israelis sound off on Netanyahu in biggest protest since Gaza war's start
On March 31, Israelis staged the largest protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government since the war in Gaza began. Their grievances include Mr. Netanyahu's corruption charges and calls for a cease-fire deal to free the remaining hostages.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 01, 2024

How a media literacy group in Taiwan is teaching senior citizens to catch fake news
A group in Taiwan has hosted more than 500 events to educate people about how to combat fake news. Its specialty is senior citizens, who are particularly susceptible to disinformation.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 29, 2024

Argentina inflation stings as people brace for president's radical change
Some 100 days into office and Argentina's Milei struggles to pass legislation needed to make his economic overhaul a reality.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 28, 2024

Israeli reconstruction near Gaza lacks a key building block: Trust
Residents and businesses from Sderot and other Gaza-adjacent communities are being urged to start picking up the pieces to get their lives back on track, safely. But do they trust government assurances, or their neighbors over the border?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 28, 2024

Arrests of Venezuelans at the border have plummeted. That's because they're stuck.
The Biden administration asked Mexico to crack down on immigration - and it delivered. Now, Venezuelan immigrants are unable to cross the U.S.-Mexico border and unable to return home.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 28, 2024

One year in, Evan Gershkovich's time in Russian prison has no clear end
Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich was arrested in Russia a year ago on accusations of espionage that the U.S. says are baseless. No one knows when he might be released, leaving his family to lean on letters from prison and hold on to hope.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 28, 2024

As neighboring countries fall to coups, Senegal keeps its democracy alive
In Senegal, independent judges and demonstrators defending a sturdy democratic culture ensured that threatened elections went ahead on Sunday.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 27, 2024

Canada is a role model on immigration. But many Canadians feel it's lost its way.
Canadians have trusted that their immigration system would let people into Canada in a manner that would benefit all. But amid a record influx, the balance seems to be out of whack and trust is eroding.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 27, 2024

India's sacred groves are home to forest god shrines - and endangered species
Sacred groves have become bastions of biodiversity in India, but relying on spiritual belief as a driver for conservation presents risks.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 27, 2024

A Senegalese woman wanted to farm and own land. So she launched a growing movement.
In Senegal, women farmers compose 70% of the agricultural workforce, but rarely own land. Mariama Sonko wanted to change that, so she started We Are the Solution, now 115,000-strong, to train women to feed their communities sustainably.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 26, 2024

Does US deterrence work against Iran's allies? Yes and no.
Since war erupted in Gaza, U.S. forces and interests in the Middle East have come under fire from allies of Iran. The challenge has been to deter these attacks and prevent the conflict from escalating, but the U.S. record is uneven.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 25, 2024

Russia has long worried about terrorism. The Moscow attack showed it may not be prepared.
While many Russians are trying to link Friday's deadly terrorist attack to Kyiv, the more likely suspect is an older enemy: radical Islamists. Russia has diverted attention from them amid its war with Ukraine.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 25, 2024

Israelis begin to sour on Biden as US ratchets up pressure over Gaza
Israelis are keenly aware that the close bond between their country and the United States is fraying over the prolonged war in Gaza. But they blame politics and the U.S. election season for the shift.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 25, 2024

Kenya promised cops to Haiti. Its citizens didn't like that.
As Haiti's gang crisis deepens, a debate is raging in Kenya about whether or not to volunteer its police to help quell the violence.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 25, 2024

Uplifting news around the globe: Eco-friendly batteries and greener cement
Our progress roundup: Water batteries as an alternative to lithium-ion, cement that makes low-carbon concrete, and crop adaptations for high-salinity soil.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 25, 2024

Kidnapped students safe and in high spirits. But Nigeria still has an abduction problem.
More than two weeks after being kidnapped from their school in Kaduna, Nigeria, 137 schoolchildren have been rescued, officials say. That brings the total number of students who have been kidnapped from Nigerian schools since 2014 to more than 1,400.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 24, 2024

On anniversary of 1976 military coup, Argentines push back against revisionist history
Argentina's annual March 24 remembrance of the 1976 military coup has gained new importance under President Javier Milei's leadership. Mr. Milei and his vice president, who comes from a prominent military family with ties to alleged crimes against humanity, are challenging Argentina's historical narrative.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 24, 2024

High voter turnout in Senegal for contested presidential election
Senegalese voters are participating in a closely contested presidential election amid months of uncertainty and unrest. The electoral process has been marred by protests and the imprisonment of hundreds of opposition demonstrators.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 23, 2024

Islamic State group claims Moscow attack as death toll rises to 133
The U.S. says it has evidence backing up the claim that an Islamic State group affiliate carried out the attack on a Moscow concert hall.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 22, 2024

Women are fighting for more than political power in Senegal's presidential election
Senegal votes Sunday in a fraught presidential election. Women are playing a pivotal role.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 22, 2024

These migrants bound for the US border found their dream opportunity in Mexico
As record numbers of migrants vie to enter the U.S., others have found the opportunity they seek lies south of the border.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 21, 2024

Why Spain is trusting trans teens on their gender, rather than restricting them
In some U.S. states, changing one's gender identity is seen as too weighty a decision for those under the age of 18. But Spain has taken a different approach, based on trusting transgender teens' choices.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 21, 2024

Ramadan peace prevails in Jerusalem as all sides keep extremists at bay
Even without war in Gaza, Jerusalem is a flashpoint. At the center is Al-Aqsa Mosque, one of the three holiest sites in Islam. Yet amid cooperation on security, as seen by our reporter, a peace during this holy month of Ramadan has been holding.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 21, 2024

Uplifting news around the globe: An app for native languages, women in leading roles
Progress roundup: Native speakers in Brazil have an app, more Maasai women are boosted as leaders, noncitizens in the U.S. are eligible for National Book Awards.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 21, 2024

Hungarian leader Viktor Orban acting in the West as Moscow's man on the inside
Hungarian leader Viktor Orban predicts that under Donald Trump, Washington will cut all aid to Ukraine and that Europe will not make up the shortfall.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 21, 2024

Hungarian leader Viktor Orbán acting in the West as Moscow's man on the inside
Hungarian leader Viktor Orbán predicts that under Donald Trump, Washington will cut all aid to Ukraine and that Europe will not make up the shortfall.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 20, 2024

Modi's approach to welfare earns him votes, but does it help India?
The expansion of welfare programs has become a hallmark of the Modi government, but some question the programs' long-term value.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 20, 2024

War tore Ethiopia's diaspora apart. Peace activists are stitching it back together.
Some Ethiopian exiles, divided by civil war in their homeland, have turned into peace activists seeking to heal their communities' wounds.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 20, 2024

Why Brazil's former president Bolsonaro could face up to 12 years in prison
Former Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro is facing his first indictment for allegedly falsifying his COVID-19 vaccination status. More legal troubles could be on the table.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 20, 2024

When children become caregivers, who cares for them?
Yucan, a social enterprise founded by a young caregiver in the United Kingdom, is among the nonprofits and charities that have stepped up to support young people caring for family members.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 19, 2024

There was no medicine, so this Ukrainian nurse sang lullabies to wounded soldiers
Among their many duties, nurses are relied upon to comfort, to soothe. Amid the stresses of Ukraine's war, as she deals with wounded soldiers, Oksana Sokhan recalls a moment's resourcefulness that still makes her smile.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 19, 2024

As world's biggest election nears, defections hurt India's anti-Modi alliance
As India's opposition alliance launches its election campaign, some members have abandoned ship, underscoring the challenges of political cooperation.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 19, 2024

New security law brings Hong Kong closer to quashing dissent
A new Hong Kong law expands the government's power to stamp out dissent and curb protests, punishing treason and insurrection with up to life imprisonment. Investors and journalists have raised concerns about its potential effects.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 18, 2024

Biden talks of Gaza ‘red line' for Israel, but his options are limited
As the pressures grow on President Joe Biden to restrain Israel in Gaza, his administration's rhetoric has gotten tougher. In response, Benjamin Netanyahu is talking tough as well, but is the pressure having an effect?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 18, 2024

In Pakistan, arrest of popular journalist poses fresh threat to vibrant media landscape
Many in Pakistan expected press freedom to improve once Imran Khan was out of power, yet journalists continue to face harassment.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 18, 2024

As Putin's war continues, thousands of Russian emigres settle in Latin America
Fleeing an escalating conflict with Ukraine, some Russian exiles are adapting to new homes in Latin America. Locals in Mexico City and Buenos Aires are learning Russian phrases and welcoming the new emigres and their cultural exports.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 17, 2024

Kremlin aims for high voter turnout to legitimize Putin's war in Ukraine
Despite the certainty of President Vladimir Putin's extended rule, Russian opposition has called on voters to head to the polls. The election that began Friday has no real alternatives to Mr. Putin, and no public criticism of him or his war in Ukraine.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 16, 2024

Cease-fire talks with Israel and Hamas could resume as soon as Sunday
Stalled cease-fire talks are likely to resume in Qatar as soon as Sunday, according to Egyptian officials. In recent days, Israeli officials and Hamas leaders have both signaled a desire to get the talks back on track.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 15, 2024

Which country trusts institutions the most? You'd be surprised.
In a survey of trust in institutions, China shows up at the top while the U.S. is nearer the bottom. We explore global trust in six graphics.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 15, 2024

Brazil's Lula is losing his war against illegal miners in the Amazon
Brazil's President Lula is backing expensive operations to combat illegal mining and other crimes in the Amazon.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 15, 2024

Russia's presidential election begins today. Here are 3 reasons Putin will win.
Russia's opposition once featured an array of political parties, and even some limited space for genuine critics of Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin. What remains of it amid Russia's 2024 presidential election?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 14, 2024

‘Hamas gambled with our lives': Gazans are now daring to speak out
For the first time since the war began in Gaza, resentment against Hamas is boiling to the surface in public expressions of anger and in social media, as residents increasingly are losing their reluctance to speak out.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 14, 2024

Biden wants Mideast peace more than Israelis or Palestinians. That could backfire.
U.S. diplomats seeking to resolve the Israel-Arab conflict have always held to a principle: "We can't want peace more than they do." Does Joe Biden agree?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 14, 2024

At work and play, women forge independence from men - from India to Brazil
Progress roundup: In India, women are pooling their own money to buy solar pumps for their crops. And in Brazil, a female-run "samba school" defies male domination in the festival of the year.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 14, 2024

In the dark of Colombia's emerald mines, women chip away at gender barriers
In Colombian emerald mines, the work is hard and striking it rich is rare. Men once believed that if women worked in the mines, the emeralds would hide. Now female miners are pushing for the government to legalize a small number of women-owned mines.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 14, 2024

Israel has a new kind of wartime visitor, evangelical ‘voluntourists'
Evangelicals, long Israel's among greatest supporters in the U.S. and abroad, are traveling there as war volunteers, providing extra hands for farms struggling to harvest. Propelled by faith, the "voluntourists" say they hope to show solidarity.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 13, 2024

How Russian elections became a futile exercise for Putin's opposition
Russia's presidential election appears largely a rote exercise, as a popular, unchallengeable leader faces only nominal competition from three "systemic" opponents. The Kremlin has worked for years to make it this way.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 12, 2024

As hunger grips Gaza, law and order crumbles
In Gaza, desperate citizens and organized crime mobs are collapsing law and order in their search for food, as famine looms.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 12, 2024

In Senegal, domestic violence survivors craft hope in silver
Green Wave, a jewelry workshop in Dakar, Senegal, teaches survivors of domestic violence to be silversmiths.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 12, 2024

India's Modi enacts faith-based citizenship law in run-up to election
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi implemented a new immigration law that would fast-track naturalization for members of religious minorities from neighboring countries unless they are Muslim. It's drawn nationwide protests.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 12, 2024

Haitian prime minister, locked out with violence escalating, agrees to resign
Embattled Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry says he'll resign once a transitional council endorsed by regional leaders is established. Powerful gangs have been attacking government targets across the country's capital since Feb. 29.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 11, 2024

Can electric vehicles keep Africa moving?
As the world transitions to electric vehicles, African companies and governments face significant challenges.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 11, 2024

Writing workshops offer a refuge in Oregon's prisons
A literary journal called ponyXpress, featuring poetry and prose, is helping incarcerated writers in Oregon develop their talents.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 08, 2024

My flight over Gaza in a plane dropping food aid
Palestinians in Gaza now rely almost entirely on airdropped aid to fend off famine. But that falls far short of needs, and can sometimes do more harm than good.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 08, 2024

Ukrainians along front: Digging deeper, and waiting, waiting ...
In a tour along the long eastern Ukraine war front with Russia, one consistent and clear sign of the impact of a lack of US weapons and ammunition supplies is the defensive posture the Ukrainian army has been forced to take.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 08, 2024

More than migrants: Senegal's filmmakers want to tell a different story
A film school in Dakar is training young Senegalese directors and screenwriters to tell their own stories.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 08, 2024

With cry of ‘enough,' Portugal's far right challenges the establishment
After long resisting Europe's rightward political creep, Portugal looks set to join the trend in Sunday's elections. Critics worry that the populist Chega party is giving new life to the ideology of Portugal's bygone dictatorship.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 08, 2024

Irish Constitution says women belong in the home. Will that last?
An International Women's Day referendum is asking Irish voters to consider two revisions to constitutional language about families and the role of women. But some opponents are concerned about the wording of the proposed changes.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 07, 2024

Another Gaza battlefront burns - in West Bank refugee camps
From the first shots of the war in Gaza, Israel was warned its military tactics in densely populated civilian areas would only sow extremism. That destructive dynamic is replaying in West Bank refugee camps.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 07, 2024

Haiti under siege: Prime Minister Ariel Henry faces calls to resign
Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry remains locked out of his country as armed gang members cut off airport access. He faces calls for resignation amid rising gang violence and his refusal to hold general elections.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 07, 2024

Europe divided over how far to push Putin
Russia's Putin will win reelection. But who will win the argument in Europe over how to defend Ukraine and guard against future Russian aggression?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 06, 2024

Congress talks big game about reining in Big Tech. Europe is doing it.
The European Union's Digital Markets Act goes into effect March 7, forcing tech companies to show choices of search engines and where to download apps, as well as increased personal data privacy. Europe has been a global leader in reining in tech giants.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 05, 2024

Migrants adapt to shifts at US border. So do their Mexican providers.
Buffeted by global events, organizations serving migrants on the U.S.-Mexico border have had to become more nimble than ever.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 05, 2024

Migrants - and Mexican aid groups - adapt to shifts at US border
Buffeted by global events, organizations serving migrants on the U.S.-Mexico border have had to become more nimble than ever.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 05, 2024

In the alleys of Paris, a mysterious Invader turns street art into sport
The elusive street artist Invader has created more than 4,000 mosaics dotting cities and towns on six continents. Fans can even download a Pokémon Go-style game that rewards users for hunting down the installations.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 05, 2024

In science and conservation, empowering the people most affected
Progress roundup: Fairer systems take shape as scientists report back to research participants and rural residents harvest as well as conserve forests.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 04, 2024

Amid Western aid cuts, Ukraine families wonder how they'll get by
With billions in U.S. aid to Ukraine held up in Congress, the impact is being felt not only by soldiers at the front, but also by civilians displaced by war and dependent on generosity.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 04, 2024

The Japanese apartment tower that is combating loneliness
The loneliness of older people is a significant problem in Japan. This apartment tower makes multigenerational friendships possible.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Mar 04, 2024

Moscow plans its own mini-Olympics. Will Russians be satisfied?
Isolated by the West, Moscow has hustled to create alternatives to global commodities. But with Olympic-level athletic contests, Kremlin proxies may not satisfy Russia's public.

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