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Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 26, 2021

As food delivery booms in Russia, couriers try a Soviet-era tactic: a union
Like their counterparts around the globe, Russian food delivery workers are in high demand during the pandemic. But they also risk being exploited.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 26, 2021

The caravan hoped for change. But it's not all up to Biden.
Joe Biden's immigration policy will shape the region's. But for now, continuing containment policies may prove easier for Mexico and Guatemala.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 26, 2021

Help yourself by helping others: The case for global vaccine generosity
Wealthy nations have snapped up most vaccine supplies, but morality and economic self-interest dictate they should share them with poorer states.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 26, 2021

Tractors roll through New Delhi as farmers escalate protests
As India celebrated Republic Day, farmers previously camped on the outskirts of the capital rolled into the city, ramping up their protests against agricultural reform laws. The government insists that the laws will boost production through private investment.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 26, 2021

How will Balkan nations respond to a lake covered in trash?
A Serbian lake blanketed by a thick layer of waste is just one result of decades of neglect and inadequate waste-management policies. Balkan states aspiring to join the European Union must join forces to solve their shared environmental problems.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 26, 2021

Third time's a charm? Italian PM resigns to build new majority.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte resigned Tuesday after a key coalition ally pulled his party's support over Mr. Conte's handling of the pandemic, causing him to lose his absolute majority in the Senate.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 25, 2021

Defund the Mounties? Native peoples call for changes to Canada's policing
The Mounties have long had an upstanding reputation in Canada. But they are accused of systemic racism against Indigenous and minority communities.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 25, 2021

Peace dividend? Emirati joins fight for Israeli soccer club's soul.
The Israel-UAE normalization deal has added a new player in Israeli soccer's battle against anti-Arab racism among Beitar Jerusalem's fans.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 25, 2021

Who's in charge of Venezuela? EU stops recognizing Juan Guaidó.
U.S. President Joe Biden's administration continues to recognize Juan Guaidó as Venezuela's leader. But the EU has dropped its recognition of Mr. Guaidó after he lost his position as head of Venezuela's parliament following December legislative elections.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 25, 2021

'Criminal violence': Anti-lockdown riots roil the Netherlands
Rioters clashed with police across the Netherlands over coronavirus lockdown measures in what was the worst violence to hit the country since the pandemic began. Politicians condemned the riots, with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte calling it "unacceptable."

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 25, 2021

Monday Sunrise Briefing: GOP support for impeachment fades
Catch-up on the weekend news: A growing number of Republicans are against a Trump impeachment trial. Russia's anti-corruption protests. China rescues miners.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 24, 2021

Miners rescued: Is China's mining industry becoming safer?
Eleven workers trapped inside a Chinese gold mine were brought safely to the surface on Sunday. A landmark achievement but questions linger about mine safety.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 23, 2021

Russian protests: 2,600 arrested demanding Navalny's release
Russian police arrested more than 2,600 people in nationwide protests demanding the release of Putin critic and opposition leader Alexei Navalny.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 23, 2021

Russian protests: 3,000 arrested demanding Navalny's release
Russian police arrested more than 3,000 people in nationwide protests demanding the release of Putin critic and opposition leader Alexei Navalny.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

Pandemic buzzkill: French entrepreneur Willem Lombe hits a wall
On the brink of adulthood, Willem Lombe's launch into the worlds of talent agentry and e-commerce is stalled by pandemic lockdowns.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

Chanting through masks: Cosima Steltner on German labor activism
Steelworker organizing, for this youth activist, requires physical presence, a challenge for how to stage effective distanced rallies in the pandemic.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

Youth and responsibility: Olivia Holt on partying, voting, race
Racial tension and a massive stadium crowd in a pandemic tempered her desire to break free for some fun after a year of trials.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

An honest cry: New American Jaafar Al Ogaili on illness, friendship
Jaafar Al Ogaili, a student at Northeastern, learned about friendship by having COVID-19 and helping a friend who had it.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

Points of Progress: Moscow hires first female metro drivers since '80s
In good news this week: In a change to laws barring women from certain jobs, Moscow hired women to drive metro trains - plus more positive headlines.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

The big wait: Sindi Dlambewu on pregnancy, remote study in Soweto
The first in her family to go to college, she's spent the pandemic period studying at home - not just her courses but baby names, too.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

Hovering like a drone: IDF officer Rebecca Baruch on pandemic limbo
2nd Lt. Rebecca Baruch graduated from officer training in a pandemic lockdown, and her Dutch family couldn't come to the ceremonies.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

Creativity and guilt: Artist Jimena Pérez Sánchez on having COVID-19
She believed she brought the virus home to her vulnerable parents; the experience inspired new vision in her art.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

Cotton, the cat: Student Lucy Wang on their Boston-Beijing odyssey
A Boston student had to decide whether to take her beloved cat home to Beijing: one of 12 intimate essays on pandemic effects on Gen Z.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

Pandemic deportation: Zabihullah Noori on escaping Afghanistan
This Afghan athlete tried to emigrate to the West to fulfill his dreams, only to be deported home from Iran in a pandemic sweep.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

Longing to fix life: Refugee Nuha Suleiman Ahmed on failure to launch
Trained as a beautician, she finds that the salon market is dwindling because women aren't going out.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

No Tamil movie ending, yet: Lockdowns dim Bhuvi Velu's prospects
In her last year of an engineering degree, with lockdowns affecting the job market, she says she's even contemplating telemarketing to find an income.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

No funeral possible: Gracie Crafts on pandemic mental health
Pandemic rules allowed no funeral after a friend's suicide - but this Indigenous student honored him at a Georgian Bay turtle release.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

On pandemic hold, 21-year-olds around the globe plot hopeful future
Lost jobs, iffy Wi-Fi, and loneliness vex the moment - but perhaps not the future - of 12 young adults in our global report.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

A young generation stalled but ready to launch: a special global report
What defines a generation? Often, experts say, members of a generation are defined by the events that shaped their lives as young adult

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

A young generation stalled but ready to launch: Special global report
What defines a generation? Often, experts say, members of a generation are defined by the events that shaped their lives as young adult

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 22, 2021

Navalny wants to take on the Kremlin. Are Russians listening?
Alexei Navalny is back in Russia and calling for protests against Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin. But his sway with the Russian public remains modest.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 21, 2021

In the midst of vaccines, how one UK church offers a spot of joy
Around the world, vaccination campaigns are working to get as many people vaccinated as quickly as possible. The efforts may seem overwhelming, but organists at one cathedral in Salisbury, England are brightening the mood with live performances.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 21, 2021

COVID-19 versus Brexit: Pandemic wins by a knockout
Britain's final departure from the EU trade bloc on Jan. 1, after years of bitter debate, stirred little interest; COVID-19 took precedence.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 21, 2021

Baghdad hit by suicide bombings for first time in three years
Twin suicide bombings struck a bustling commercial area in Baghdad, killing at least 32 and wounding dozens. The rare bombing occurred amid heightened political tensions over early elections and a severe economic crisis.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 21, 2021

The next climate change challenge: Matching words with action
Recent meteorological disasters have focused world leaders' attention on the dangers of climate change. Will their lofty words translate into action?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 20, 2021

For the French, distrust of vaccines predates COVID-19
France has one of the most skeptical populations in Europe when it comes to vaccines, even around the COVID-19 vaccine. Why is that?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 20, 2021

Why so many South Africans make saving a 'social pact'
COVID-19's economic toll in South Africa has been severe. But stokvels, traditional saving clubs, are helping some people pull through.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 20, 2021

This 12-year-old's bold mission? To get laptops to students in need.
When remote school left some of her classmates behind, Daisy Hampton found a small way to reach out and make a big difference.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 19, 2021

Democracy on the brink? US has familiar echo for Latin Americans.
For some in Latin America, the U.S. Capitol riot and its aftermath feel uncomfortably familiar - but provide a moment for reflection.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 19, 2021

Tokyo Olympics 2021: Will they really happen?
The Tokyo Olympics is slated to open in six months' time, even as Tokyo and other parts of Japan are under an emergency order because of surging coronavirus cases. While 80% of Japanese want them canceled or postponed, officials say the show must go on.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 17, 2021

Poisoned Kremlin critic Navalny arrested upon return to Russia
Alexei Navalny, the leader of Russia's opposition, had spent five months abroad recovering from nerve agent poisoning. The lawyer has been a thorn in the Kremlin's side for a decade.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 16, 2021

Uganda's president claims sixth win amid allegations of rigging
Ugandan officials struggled to explain how polling results from Thursday's vote were compiled amid an internet blackout. The past few months saw Uganda's worst pre-election violence in decades.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 15, 2021

Points of Progress: FIFA guarantees maternity leave, and more
In good news this week: The world's largest soccer organization ensures female players will receive maternity leave - plus more positive headlines.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 15, 2021

Europe criticizes Trump Twitter ban - but not for reason you'd expect
In Europe, social media platforms like Twitter aren't seen as having the right to bar speech. Rather, that ability should be limited to governments.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 15, 2021

Israel is a vaccination leader, but it labors to reach Arab citizens
Israel's lauded immunization campaign must overcome Arab citizens' mistrust, which exacerbates their doubts about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 15, 2021

Rescuers jump into action after midnight quake in Indonesia
Overnight, a magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit the province of West Sulawesi, Indonesia, injuring hundreds and killing dozens. Rescue teams are mobilizing all available resources to save victims.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 14, 2021

Talk or fight? In Afghanistan, signs Taliban now prefer victory.
Whether the Taliban are serious about negotiating peace is a question that has dogged U.S.-backed Afghanistan talks since their inception.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 14, 2021

Transatlantic alliance due for a reset. But what about China?
Europe's bid for "strategic autonomy" and wariness of Washington are complicating President-elect Biden's plan for a transatlantic China policy.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 14, 2021

As ocean empties, Senegal's fishermen risk seas for new life in Europe
Spain's Canary Islands face an influx of migration, as the COVID-19 pandemic intensifies many West African migrants' determination to reach Europe.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 13, 2021

A safe, fair vote? Why pandemic rules fuel concerns in Uganda.
Uganda's elections will determine if President Yoweri Museveni wins a sixth term. Bobi Wine and other opposition candidates have faced restrictions.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 13, 2021

End of yearslong Saudi-Qatar feud reunites families, and a region
The Saudi blockade of Qatar came at a high personal and economic price for Gulf residents. In its wake is a new appreciation for regional cooperation.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 13, 2021

In a Brooklyn kitchen, a Statue of Liberty spirit offers a fresh start
Training for newcomers to the United States focuses on 10 weeks of culinary and job skills in the Brooklyn, N.Y., cafe of nonprofit Emma's Torch.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 12, 2021

From snowy Yukon, a Punjabi dance warms Canadian hearts
Gurdeep Pandher lives in snowy Whitehorse, Yukon. But his joyous bhangra dance videos have enthralled viewers online during the winter and pandemic.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 11, 2021

Hong Kong mass arrests: A stark step in Beijing's ‘drive for control'
Hong Kong police arrested more than 50 politicians and activists Wednesday, in a sign of how drastically Beijing has curtailed political freedoms.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 11, 2021

Amid shifting US support, Israel announces new settlements
Israel announced plans to build more settlements in the occupied West Bank, a move that could pose problems with the incoming Biden administration. The move might also bolster Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's standing on the right as elections approach.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 11, 2021

WHO travels to China to investigate origins of COVID-19
Scientists with the World Health Organization plan to visit China this week for its first on-the-ground investigation into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic. So far, all research by local scientists must be approved by a Chinese government task force.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 11, 2021

Monday Sunrise Briefing: A US push for accountability
Catch-up on the weekend news: Democrats move to impeach President Trump. The president seeks to replace his Twitter platform.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 10, 2021

Rescued by kindness, Megan Cohen now shares hope in Philly
Megan Cohen started the Grace Project last year to help drug addicts on the streets of Philadelphia, where she once struggled too.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 08, 2021

Points of Progress: Denmark ends hunt for oil deposits, and more
In good news this week: Denmark will no longer search for new oil deposits as part of its emissions reduction goals - plus more positive headlines.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 08, 2021

As US democracy stumbles, the world watches and wonders
As the U.S. Capitol descended into chaos Wednesday, the rest of the world was watching. Here, people from Lagos to Moscow air their fears and hopes.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 08, 2021

Why Canadians are fuming at footloose politicians
Canadian politicians warned the public not to travel during the holidays to fight the pandemic. Then they went on tropical getaways themselves.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 08, 2021

Logging on to a new life: India's migrant workers get job skills
India's economy depends on the work of 100 million internal migrants, whose livelihoods were considered most vulnerable to the coronavirus. Now, a growing number of online programs are offering practical training and job placement.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 08, 2021

For Indian teen who launched village library, it's about more than books
Sadiya Shaikh realized her family's ancestral village in Bihar, India, had no library. So the 18-year-old set one up herself: Maulana Azad Library.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 07, 2021

Points of Progress: Bolivia recognizes same-sex civil union, and more
In good news this week: After a two-year legal battle, David Aruquipa and Guido Montaño can now register their union - plus more positive headlines.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 06, 2021

War in Afghanistan: What has NATO learned from 20 years of fighting?
The war in Afghanistan appears to be drawing to a close. What has NATO learned from its experiences in the twenty-year conflict?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 06, 2021

Pandemic opportunity? Pumping new life into cities.
How cities are reclaiming streets from cars and easing inequality amid the pandemic.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 06, 2021

Hong Kong uses new law to arrest 53 pro-democracy activists
In the largest move against Hong Kong's democracy movement yet, police arrested lawmakers and politicians who participated in unofficial election primaries last year. The pro-democracy activists hoped to gain legislative control through their unofficial elections.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 06, 2021

Pandemic education: How Jordan's tech platform bridges divisions
Jordan's remote learning platform has proven robust in spreading opportunity to students during the closure of classrooms.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 06, 2021

Moments of stillness, in a city of millions
Mexico City is a place where you're never alone - well, it used to be, before social distancing set in.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 05, 2021

A tale of two pandemics: What a difference a century makes
Today's instant communications keep citizens worldwide aware of COVID-19 and heighten awareness of the need for global cooperation to contain it.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 05, 2021

Arab alliance: Saudis set to end embargo against Qatar
A fragile Arab alliance is strengthening as Saudi Arabia and Qatar work to end their years-long diplomatic standoff. The annual summit of Gulf Arab leaders begins Tuesday, the first since the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco normalized ties with Israel.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 05, 2021

As new COVID strain emerges, Johnson tells England to stay home
England and Scotland are joining Northern Ireland and Wales in imposing strict lockdowns as health care systems reach capacity. The National Health Service "is going through probably the toughest time in living memory,'' says a health care analyst.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 05, 2021

In remote hilltop town, new pride in a biblical empire
Residents of the Jordanian town of Busayra don't know if they are descended from the Bible's Edomites. But the history is their inheritance.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 04, 2021

‘Low and slow': Latino lowriders cruise for community
California car culture includes Latino lowriders, who take pride in their cars as well as promote respect for family and community.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 04, 2021

From home offices to space exploration, some 2020 trends were positive
Out with the bad. In with the new. That's the way many felt as 2020 ended. Yet there were positive trends we might actually want to carry forward.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 04, 2021

Iran turns up the heat, seizing tanker and enriching uranium
In a breach of the Iranian nuclear deal, Tehran announced it is enriching uranium up to 20% at an underground facility. It also seized a South Korean oil tanker in an accusation of "oil pollution," but it could be a pawn in a diplomatic standoff.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 04, 2021

Assange to remain in UK as US extradition request denied
A British judge rejected a request by the United States to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in order to face espionage charges, citing concerns that Mr. Assange's mental health could deteriorate should he be returned.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 04, 2021

In Sweden, hawkish defense and feminist diplomacy make odd bedfellows
Concerned about Russia, Sweden has boosted its military spending to historic levels. Critics say that conflicts with Sweden's foreign policy goals.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 04, 2021

Monday Sunrise Briefing: Republicans face Trump loyalty test
Catch-up on the weekend news: Republican lawmakers' split widens over election claims. Trump bullies Georgia election officials. India keeps vaccines to itself.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 03, 2021

Why India is banning the export of newly approved vaccines
India will not allow the export of the Oxford University-AstraZeneca vaccine for several months, the Serum Institute's CEO said Sunday. That means poorer nations won't have access until March or April.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jan 02, 2021

Iran says it will enrich uranium to 20% - a pre-nuclear deal level
Iran said Saturday it plans to enrich uranium up to 20% at its Fordo nuclear facility, pushing a technical step away from weapons-grade levels.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 30, 2020

‘We made history': Argentina's Senate votes to legalize abortion
In a contentious, all-night Senate session, Argentina lawmakers vote to legalize abortion. Advocates hail the move as a victory for women's rights.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 27, 2020

High-stakes elections test Niger and Central African Republic
Voting in Niger is expected to lead to the West African nation's first transfer of power between two democratically elected presidents.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 24, 2020

‘Parting is such sweet sorrow': EU and UK clinch narrow Brexit accord
With only seven days to go before the deadline, the European Union and the United Kingdom agreed to a narrow Brexit deal.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 23, 2020

Poor countries avert worst of pandemic, but not its economic fallout
Many developing countries have suffered fewer health effects from COVID-19 than expected. But they have been hit by the pandemic's economic impact.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 23, 2020

Christmas is coming, though it looks different across the globe
With the holidays here, countries around the world are trying to balance celebrations with safety. London and southeast England are barring indoor gatherings with people outside one's household, but South Africa will allow indoor gatherings of up to 100 people.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 23, 2020

The other 2020: 274 ways the world got better this year
It might not feel like it, but in 2020 every single continent saw incredible progress, in areas ranging from conservation to human rights.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 23, 2020

Soft focus on 2020: Finding humanity in a year of isolation (video)
In a year marked by isolation, our photojournalists found people working to better understand and find new ways to connect with each other.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 23, 2020

‘A true outsider's perspective': Lenora Chu on the power of cultural influences (audio)
Over time, familiarity can work against a reporter's essential tool: the drive to discover. New connections bring this writer fresh viewpoints.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 23, 2020

In tourist-free Bethlehem, a tranquil Christmas focused on family
For the residents of Bethlehem, the pandemic's extreme hardships have tested resilience. Yet this Christmas, there is still something to cherish.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 23, 2020

‘What binds us together': Sara Miller Llana on the generosity of sources (audio)
Learning what motivates the people she meets helps this reporter deliver the fullest possible versions of their stories.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 22, 2020

In Sweden, pandemic inspires new generation to return to church
For decades, the Church of Sweden has played a decreasing role in the country's national life. But the pandemic appears to be changing that.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 22, 2020

Pandemic-fueled populism stresses Tunisia's fragile democracy
Polarization, scapegoating, distrust in politics - the trappings of populism are especially concerning in Tunisia, the Arab world's lone democracy.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 22, 2020

Presence, not presents: Finding meaning in a minimalist Christmas
As people celebrate the holidays amid COVID-19, they're embracing personal connections over commercialism - fewer gifts, more family time.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 22, 2020

Big US spending bill includes gift for Tibetans, Dalai Lama
Tacked onto Congress' end-of-year spending bill was legislation supporting Tibetans' right to choose a successor to their spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama. The Chinese government denounced the measure, accusing the US of meddling in its internal affairs.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 21, 2020

Bans on British travelers spawn crisis talks, traffic jams
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called for a meeting with his government's emergency committee as more countries suspend flights from the U.K. and trucks carrying goods are held up at the French-U.K. border.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 21, 2020

Al-Jazeera reporters' phones hacked using Israeli firm's spyware
Thirty-six Al-Jazeera journalists had their phones hacked by an advanced spyware, developed by the NSO Group, which has been implicated in other cyberattacks. The Al-Jazeera attack is suspected to be linked to the Saudi and Emirati governments.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 21, 2020

Dual kidnappings show shifting security situation in Nigeria
Two recent kidnappings of schoolboys in northwestern Nigeria - outside of Boko Haram's stronghold in the northeast - paint a picture of a deteriorating security situation in the country and a growing assertiveness of bandit groups.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 21, 2020

Why India's protesting farmers aren't going home
Indian farmers have protested for weeks, demanding that Narendra Modi's government repeal a trio of agriculture laws they worry will hurt earnings.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Dec 21, 2020

Monday Sunrise Briefing: A $900 billion US relief package
Catch-up on the weekend news: Congress reaches deal on U.S. stimulus relief package, while Europe bans travelers from Britain.

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