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Christian Science Monitor--world
May 26, 2022

Not the usual teenage dreams: Ukraine students seek future amid war
For many, high school is about planning for the future. But amid war, high schoolers in Ukraine are facing existential questions about their lives.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 26, 2022

End of strategic ambiguity? Ukraine war shifts thinking on Taiwan.
In both China and the U.S., the Ukraine conflict is shifting strategic thinking on Taiwan. All sides face high stakes.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 26, 2022

Can Francia Márquez give voice to Colombia's forgotten?
Colombians head to the polls this weekend to vote for a new president. But it's an atypical vice presidential candidate who is rallying many to vote.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 26, 2022

See you in court: Hindu nationalists petition to access Muslim mosques
For nearly three centuries, Muslims and Hindus in Varanasi city have worshipped separated by one wall. But Hindus now say the Gyanvapi mosque sits on top of temple ruins. The dispute is one of many in which Hindus claim mosque sites are their property.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 25, 2022

When does atrocity rise to the level of genocide?
Accusations of genocide have been made by both sides in the war in Ukraine. But the threshold for the crime is high, perhaps more than Russia or Ukraine can meet.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 25, 2022

Wimbledon calls ‘fault' on Russian tennis stars. Good move?
Wimbledon has barred Russian players, sparking a debate over how far they should be held responsible for their government's actions.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 25, 2022

In Pictures: A taste of Afghanistan helps these bakers find home in India
In India, these naanwais may have left Afghanistan behind, but they've brought a slice of home with them.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 24, 2022

Green energy from sewage, and furniture from plastic waste
Progress roundup: An Oregon county funds cogeneration water plant, Dutch open-source nonprofit helps refugees make new plastics from old, and more.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 24, 2022

Lebanese vote shows demand for change. But enough to build on?
Lebanese elections showed gains by candidates promoting change. But most voters still backed sectarian parties, an indication of fear and fatigue.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 23, 2022

War crimes trial: Ukraine court sentences first Russian soldier
In the first war crimes trial since Russia invaded Ukraine, a 21-year-old Russian soldier pled guilty and was sentenced to life in prison. Investigations into potential war crimes are intended to hold Russia accountable for crimes against civilians, in particular.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 23, 2022

Biden vows to protect Taiwan, launches Indo-Pacific trade pact
President Joe Biden launched a new trade deal with 12 Indo-Pacific nations Monday aimed at strengthening their economies. Mr. Biden also said the U.S. would intervene militarily if China were to invade Taiwan. But the island nation was not included in the trade deal.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 22, 2022

Poland's president in Kyiv as Russia seeks to take another Donbas city
Poland's President Andrzej Duda is the first foreign leader to address the Ukrainian parliament since the start of the war. Russia intensified efforts to capture the city of Sievierodonetsk.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 22, 2022

Conservative rule ends: Australians elect center-left prime minister
After nine years of center-right conservative government, Australian voters Saturday elected a new prime minister, Anthony Albanese, the center-left Labor Party leader.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 20, 2022

In Europe, productivity stalls as prices soar with record inflation
Sticker shock has accelerated across Europe at grocery stores, gas pumps, electricity bills, and construction sites. Economists are calling it a perfect storm of pent up demand from the pandemic and the war in Ukraine.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 20, 2022

Canada follows US lead, bans use of Huawei tech in 5G networks
On Thursday, Canada banned wireless carriers from using equipment from Chinese technology company Huawei in 5G networks. The ban mimics those by the U.S. and other allies, who say using Huawei equipment increases vulnerability to cyber espionage from China.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 19, 2022

How ‘Angel of Vorzel' rescued Ukrainians trapped behind Russian lines
War shows humanity at its worst, but those who respond to suffering with bravery and selflessness, as Konstantin Gudauskas did evacuating civilians in Ukraine, offer a bright counterpoint.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 19, 2022

Russia and the NATO it didn't want: A disaster, or ‘no problem'?
Moscow views NATO expansion as a security threat. Now, thanks to the Ukraine conflict, Russia looks set to double its shared border with the alliance.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 19, 2022

The UK wants to send refugees to Rwanda. Is that legal?
The U.K. has signed a deal to send asylum-seekers to Rwanda for processing and resettlement. Critics say that is illegal, unfeasible, and inhuman.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 18, 2022

Meet the volunteers maintaining the Appalachian Trail
Dedication. Love. Humility. Those are just a few of the qualities volunteers who maintain the Appalachian Trail bring to the paths year after year.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 18, 2022

Courage seeking truth: Shireen's lesson for younger journalists
Shireen Abu Akleh, the Palestinian American journalist killed covering an Israeli military raid, was an inspiring pioneer and warm mentor.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 18, 2022

Mariupol steel mill holdouts surrender, Russians in control
As the last Ukrainian defenders were bused to a Russian prison camp, both sides were claiming victory from the fall of the strategic Black Sea port of Mariupol on Tuesday. The Russians are calling it a surrender, but for Ukrainians it's a symbol of resistance.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 18, 2022

Will Turkey hit the brakes on Sweden's and Finland's NATO bid?
Finland and Sweden applied to join NATO on Wednesday as public opinion in both countries shifted in favor of membership after Russia invaded Ukraine. But if Turkey holds to its objections, the path to enter the 30-country alliance could still be bumpy.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 17, 2022

As youth anti-war sentiment persists, Russia pushes patriotism at school
Patriotism can be put to many uses. Russia hopes teaching it in school will boost support for the conflict in Ukraine among the least supportive group - young people.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 17, 2022

Ahead of crucial party congress, Xi faces doubts over policies
Xi Jinping is poised to claim a rare third term in power at the 20th Communist Party Congress this fall. But experts say his assertive style and efforts to centralize control could cost him - and China.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 17, 2022

Poland given pass on rights violations because of Ukraine war role
U.S. and allies tolerate Poland's rights violations in order to secure its key role in supporting Ukraine's resistance to Russian invasion.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 17, 2022

Macron names France's first woman prime minister in 30 years
French President Emmanuel Macron named Elisabeth Borne, who previously served as his minister of labor and minister of transportation, as prime minister on Monday. The last woman to serve as prime minister resigned in 1992 after less than a year.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 16, 2022

Russian info war matches its land war: Loud, but unsophisticated
Russia's war in Ukraine is online, too. Experts have been surprised that Russian disinformation tactics are as unsophisticated as their real-life ones.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 16, 2022

Fault, justice, and firsts in court, nature, and the newsroom
In our progress roundup: no-fault divorce spreads in the U.K., data on exonerations aids advocates, Nepal and British Columbia preserve species, and more.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 15, 2022

Top NATO official: 'Ukraine can win this war.'
Top diplomats from NATO met in Berlin Sunday with the alliance's chief and he declared the Russia-Ukraine war "is not going as Moscow had planned."

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 15, 2022

Sen. McConnell visits Ukraine, praises Finland and Sweden NATO moves
Top Republicans, including Sen. Mitch McConnell, visited Kyiv, as the U.S. Congress works to approve $40 billion in military aid to Ukraine. Senator McConnell said Finland and Sweden would be "important additions" to NATO.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 15, 2022

Parade of world leaders to U.A.E. shows its global influence
French President Emmanuel Macron was the first of many to arrive this weekend to pay their respects to the nation's late ruler, a sign of Abu Dhabi's influence in Western and Arab capitals.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 14, 2022

Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra takes Eurovision crown amid war
The band took first place on a surge of popular support amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine, despite strong showings from other nations' competitors.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 13, 2022

Finland, NATO, and the changing calculus of European defense
As Finland applies to join NATO, what isn't changing is the Finnish people's devotion to defending their nation and its values.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 13, 2022

How young people are driving political change in Zimbabwe
For the first time since independence, Zimbabwe's ruling party is losing support in its rural strongholds.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 13, 2022

What's drawing the US back into Libya? Ukraine, Russia, and oil.
What many Libyans want is democracy and stability. What they have is oil. Can the U.S. play the role of mediator, or has war in Ukraine made its motives suspect?

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 12, 2022

Chile tests its young leader. Can he be a model for Latin America?
Leading from the middle sounds pragmatic. But in a divided society, every compromise can feel like betrayal, and Chile's new leftist president is plummeting in the polls.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 12, 2022

Ukraine prepares first war crimes trial for Russian soldier
Ukraine has announced plans to hold its first war crimes trial of a captured Russian soldier. The office of the prosecutor general has been investigating more than 10,700 alleged war crimes committed by Russian forces and has identified more than 600 suspects.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 11, 2022

Why American veterans are dropping everything to train Ukrainians
What moves people from sympathy to participation? U.S. military veterans providing training in Ukraine cite Ukrainian resolve and the war's moral clarity.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 11, 2022

Why Finns, once NATO skeptics, are ready to embrace alliance
For decades, Finns have been content outside NATO, trusting that Russia was benign. But the war in Ukraine has upended their sense of safety.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 11, 2022

How to pick a pathway to peace in Ukraine?
Pursuing peace in Ukraine will require of Western allies that they avoid the pitfalls of previous agreements such as Versailles and Yalta.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 11, 2022

Zimbabwe rebuilds rural homes to withstand climate changes
As Zimbabwe faces more and more extreme weather caused by climate change, traditional rural homes made from soil and wood are being destroyed. The government has issued new standards in an effort to encourage builders to switch to more durable materials.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 11, 2022

Laughing Bear Bakery has a recipe for a fresh start out of prison
Hiring at Laughing Bear Bakery is aimed at those with a criminal record - it's a place to give them skills and the space to start anew without stigma.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 10, 2022

‘If our animals survive, we do.' Somaliland grapples with drought.
As the Horn of Africa faces its worst drought in 40 years, conflict and climate change have made the situation worse. Locals hope climate-smart agriculture can mitigate future crises.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 10, 2022

Will US extend speedy Ukrainian refugee welcome to others?
Ukrainian refugees have jumped the line in which other asylum-seekers are stuck at the U.S. border, but in the long run that might help Central Americans.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 10, 2022

Balancing act: Marcos victory could test US-China relations
Ferdinand Marcos Jr.'s apparent landslide victory in the Philippines could complicate American efforts to counter Chinese influence and power in the Pacific. President Rodrigo Duterte, who fostered ties with China and Russia, is departing with a 67% approval rating.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 10, 2022

Shaken by Ukraine war, Sweden and Finland face NATO choice
After decades of official neutrality, Sweden and Finland may decide to join the NATO military alliance this week. Russia's invasion of Ukraine has strained the sense of security in both Nordic nations.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 10, 2022

Young Nigerians are tackling the stigma of mental health
Elizabeth Ita is one of a growing number of young Nigerians who are using their own successful battles with mental health to drive change.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 10, 2022

Sri Lanka prime minister resigns but protesters refuse to let up
Amid a dire economic crisis in Sri Lanka, protesters for weeks demanded the resignations of the prime minister and the president. Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa resigned on Monday. Still, anti-government protesters continue to defy a countrywide curfew.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 09, 2022

Can Brazil stamp out fake news ahead of presidential elections?
Fake news is rampant in Brazil. But attempts at halting the spread are now coming from many directions, including grassroots groups and the Supreme Court.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 09, 2022

Ocean surprises: Get out your microscope and headphones
In our progress roundup, scientists used sound to confirm a healthy coral reef, found two new phytoplankton, and tested an anti-malaria mosquito net.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 09, 2022

Afghan women defy burqa order as Taliban internal divide deepens
Afghan women were openly defying the Taliban's new order to cover all but their eyes and hands in Kabul over the weekend. Analysts say the burqa order reflects the divide between the Taliban government's hardliners and pragmatists.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 09, 2022

John Lee to lead Hong Kong as critics decry eroding democracy
On Sunday, John Lee was elected to replace Carrie Lam as Hong Kong's next leader. The selection took place under a new electoral system, where only loyal "patriots" can hold office and the political opposition is virtually eliminated.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 08, 2022

Mother's Day surprise: Why Jill Biden went to Ukraine
Jill Biden made a surprise visit to Ukraine on Sunday, Mother's Day, meeting with Ukrainian first lady Olena Zelenska as a show U.S. support for the embattled nation.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 07, 2022

Irish nationalist Sinn Fein party hails ‘new era' after N. Ireland win
Sinn Fein's election win represents a historic shift, but it's unclear what happens next because of Northern Ireland's complex power-sharing politics.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 07, 2022

Taliban order Afghan women to cover up head to toe
Taliban rulers on Saturday ordered all Afghan women to wear head-to-toe clothing in public - the latest in a series of repressive edicts, not all of which have been implemented.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 06, 2022

‘If I panic it will be worse.' In Donbas, weary civilians try to cope.
For civilians left in Ukraine's Donbas, Russian war pressures have eroded a sense of security. To manage fear, many focus on their faith - and the work of surviving.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 06, 2022

Where were you April 21 at 4:17 p.m.? Beijing ramps up COVID tracking.
Beijing's COVID-19 control measures are at once Orwellian and paternalistic. They also incorporate lessons learned from Shanghai.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 06, 2022

New bus line speeds Pakistani women to education, jobs
Harassment and crime have long kept Pakistani women out of buses - and out of universities and the labor market. Now, the public bus company in the city of Peshawar has invested heavily in making their buses clean, safe, and welcoming for women. And it's working.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 05, 2022

Marcos, rebranded: Why son of dictator is leading Philippines' polls
The campaign of ??Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. in the Philippine presidential race shows how carefully curated mythmaking and historical revision can shape an election.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 05, 2022

How protectionism blocks food crisis solutions: The case of Argentina
Farmers need to sell produce. Hungry people need to eat. Farmers' self-interest and the common good intersect. But amid a global food crisis, protectionism creates a hurdle.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 05, 2022

More than a respite? A year of peace sparks hope along Kashmir border.
Peace has proved elusive and fragile along the northern border, but experts now say there's credible reason to hope.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 05, 2022

Flipping the switch: Can Europe go nuclear to cut Russian gas?
As Europe tries to end its dependence on Russian oil and gas, some nations are turning toward nuclear energy to fill the gap. However, concerns linger about the safety of reactors in light of another disaster in Ukraine - Chernobyl.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 04, 2022

Russian war's ‘Phase 2': How Ukraine troops adapt, giving little ground
In the Donbas, Russia is applying lessons learned from its initial offensive. To endure, Ukrainians must call on reserves of resolve and patience.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 04, 2022

Allies arm Ukraine to defend their own democracies
Ukraine's allies now hope that Kyiv might win the war against Russia and strike a blow for liberal democracy, a high and possibly perilous ambition.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 03, 2022

In Poland, refugees from Ukraine escape the danger, but not the war
For more than 3 million refugees from Ukraine in Poland, life is about resilience as they focus on maintaining income and education in a new country.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 03, 2022

Sowing justice: When farming is about more than food
In Toronto, a growing Black food sovereignty movement takes a fresh approach to food security that emphasizes empowerment rather than charity.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 03, 2022

In Pictures: Bucking Azorean traditions, these women take to sea
These women might be the last of a dwindling group of iconoclasts to challenge gender roles in the Azorean fishing industry.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 02, 2022

Sanctions? What sanctions? Russians aren't feeling the sting.
The magnitude and scope of sanctions placed on Russia may be massive, but they just aren't imposing shortages on the average Russian.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 02, 2022

Small towns, big change: How Sardinians and Colombians shook things up
In our progress roundup, communities around the globe improved the lives of their own residents. But the positive impact of their self-improvement often reaches beyond.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 01, 2022

Pelosi visits Ukraine's Zelenskyy in show of U.S. support
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday that her delegation was proud to convey a "message of unity" to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 30, 2022

‘A huge demand': Ukrainian women train to clear landmines
In a class in Kosovo last week, Ukrainian women trained for removing landmines and explosives - to ease dangers that beset their country.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 29, 2022

How Europe's data law could make the internet less toxic
A new EU law calls on Big Tech companies to open up their algorithmic "black boxes" - to preserve the public square on which democracies depend.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 29, 2022

Beijing diary: Scenes of mass testing, panic buying - and pride?
Keeping "your eyes peeled for carrots," and other lessons from our Beijing bureau chief as China's capital grapples with a COVID-19 outbreak.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 29, 2022

This take on women's independence packs a (peppery) punch
The spicy condiment harissa, a valued staple in Tunisia, created an opportunity for rural women to work together to gain security, equity, and independence.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 29, 2022

'All aboard!' Japan rolls out its first green energy train line
A Japanese railway in Tokyo says it now gets 100% of its energy for everything from the locomotives to vending machines from renewable sources. Some are skeptical of the impact it could make as Japan works to become carbon neutral by 2050.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 28, 2022

Moral nation? Why Germany changed course so radically on Russia.
In recent years, Germany has attempted to act morally. But the Ukraine war offers unique challenges for a nation that has sought to engage Russia.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 28, 2022

Game changer: How Sam Wasser became the ivory detective
Sam Wasser developed forensics to link poaching to perpetrators, and a new center brings together scientists and governments to expand the work.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 28, 2022

Underground, but undeterred: Why Kashmir's rappers sing in secret
Many young Kashmiris have turned to rap as a way to process - and protest - the violence they experience in one of the world's most volatile regions.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 27, 2022

China loophole: Why Taiwan relies on Indigenous diplomacy
As China's economic and political clout grows, Taiwan's Indigenous communities offer the government an international relations lifeline.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 27, 2022

Flagging democracies find inspiration in Ukraine
In some countries, leaders have trouble convincing voters that democracy works; fledgling democracy Ukraine offers an inspiring example.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 27, 2022

How will Ukraine's war narrative be taught - and shape a nation?
Russia's wartime atrocities have created a visceral shared experience for Ukraine. That is feeding a grand historical narrative, which some say had been missing.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 27, 2022

Ukraine: Narrative of war's atrocities is ‘forging a nation together'
Russia's wartime atrocities have created a visceral shared experience for Ukraine. That is feeding a grand historical narrative, which some say had been missing.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 27, 2022

Energy blackmail? Russia cuts gas to Poland, Bulgaria
Russia's state-owned natural gas company, Gazprom, cut natural gas deliveries to NATO members Poland and Bulgaria Wednesday over their refusal to pay for the gas in Russian rubles. National and European leaders are blasting the move as "blackmail."

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 27, 2022

Jordan, once fertile, is pushing back as desert encroaches
In Jordan, one of the world's driest nations, local organizations are planting native species and working with herders to revitalize once fertile land. A U.N. report out Wednesday warns urgent action is needed worldwide to prevent further land degradation.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 26, 2022

As they aid Ukrainians, Russians abroad struggle with their own identity
For the Russian diaspora, the Ukraine war has brought a desire to help refugees - and soul-searching about how they think of their identity.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 26, 2022

Trees for a desert and fish for a sea: Repairs from Oaxaca to Abu Dhabi
Progress roundup: deliberate care, slow handiwork, and patience are improving environments on land, in the water, and in cities.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 26, 2022

Ukraine empowered by Western arms, derailing Putin's war strategy
As Russia's invasion of Ukraine enters its third month, the steady flow of weapons from the West continues to grow. Ironically, it's exactly the type of close cooperation between Ukraine and NATO countries Russian President Vladimir Putin sought to avoid.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 26, 2022

In Pictures: A circus troupe offers hope to Senegal's street children
The Sencirk circus troupe offers Senegal's talibés an outlet to work through traumatic experiences and to see paths toward a better future.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 25, 2022

Macron faces a fractured France. Can he govern for the whole?
Emmanuel Macron managed to overcome a far-right challenge. But the greater one may be coming: finding a way to unify an increasingly fractured France.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 25, 2022

Why a museum sold Mandela's arrest warrant as an NFT
A South African museum sold a virtual copy of Nelson Mandela's arrest warrant as an NFT. Should other museums on the continent follow suit?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 25, 2022

On biometric IDs, India is a ‘laboratory for the rest of the world'
Many governments, including in nearby Malaysia and Sri Lanka, are looking to India for insight on how to build their own digital ID systems.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 25, 2022

Will EU's new law clean up online hate speech and disinformation?
The European Union reached an agreement on the Digital Services Act - legislation dedicated to policing hate speech, disinformation, and other harmful content online. The law's backers say it will make big tech firms more accountable for content created by users.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 25, 2022

Slovenia opposition ousts Trump-backing prime minister
Slovenian voters picked a liberal political outsider over their incumbent right-wing populist prime minister in parliamentary elections on Sunday. The prime minister of the EU member state had been one of former U.S. President Donald Trump's rare supporters in Europe.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 24, 2022

French elections: Why most European leaders cheer Macron's victory
President Emmanuel Macron is the first French president to win reelection in 20 years. Mr. Macron won with 58.5% of the vote to Marine Le Pen's 41.5%, a significantly closer race than when they first faced off in 2017.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 22, 2022

How far right will France's leftist voters be willing to go?
Leftist voters in France are kingmakers in what they see as an unappealing election between a center-right president and a far-right populist.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 22, 2022

Helping homeless moms ‘get their shot' at opportunity and education
Homeless mothers get life-changing emotional, financial, and professional mentoring - not just money - from the Hearts of Gold nonprofit program.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 22, 2022

Honduras ex-president extradited to US on drug trafficking charges
On Thursday, former Honduras President Juan Orlando Hernández was extradited to the U.S. where he will face drug trafficking and weapons charges. Mr. Hernández, who governed from January 2014 to January 2022, was arrested in Tegucigalpa in February.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 22, 2022

From Zambia to Wales, the people power of bikes and wind turbines
Progress roundup: A nonprofit that gives away bikes in rural areas and a consumer-owned wind farm are highlights this week.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 21, 2022

Jerusalem erupts: Why Israeli, Arab bid to thwart violence fell short
Israel and its Arab partners, eager to avoid Jerusalem clashes during Ramadan and Passover, nevertheless neglected to address a Palestinian hunger for a political solution.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Apr 21, 2022

From Kathmandu to California, South Asians are confronting caste
A growing number of U.S. schools have updated their nondiscrimination policies to include caste, often as a result of Dalit student organizing.

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