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Political leaders are trying to ease escalating outrage over the killing.
Simon Smith, Charles University What happens when journalists join in the discussion in the often-frightening comments section
2. Tulip fields of Holland: The Netherlands Whether they're in Amsterdam's Keukenhof Gardens or the countryside between Hillegom
There's no denying that Bratislava, Slovakia, is a convenient way stop between Vienna, Prague and Budapest, all far larger
For South Sudan to succeed, political will and commitment is needed, as well as a long-term vision to build a security sector capable of binding the nation together, not dividing it.
A Miracle Geopolitical Turnaround The Rise of Eastern European Champions Co-Author Zuzana Palovic - CEE and Migration Expert
Over a quarter of a century ago, Eastern Europe broke away from communist rule and the region embraced western style social
The UN system has all that is needed -- institutions, norms and know-how. There are capacities, human resources, brains and hands. But maybe the system is not adequately set to be able to deal with today's challenges the way it is expected from us.
"And I was a fat American," he adds. They're clowning around as Gregory's wife, Katarina Vizina, prepares a mid-morning snack
OO Edward Loure, Public Activist, 44, Tanzania - Defining What Is Ours Maxima's Vision: protect her home and community. You
The 2016 EU Presidency country is a little known, landlocked country often confused with its neighbor-Slovenia. You will be hearing more about this region in the years to come. Get ahead of the trend, and discover Europe's "forgotten" country
Fico has taken a hard stand from the beginning, echoing Kaczyński, Orbán and Czech President Miloš Zeman in an openly Islamophobic campaign against both the refugees and the EU's attempt to redistribute refugees.
The Catholic Church constructs barriers while speaking in doublespeak saying "we love you," "we welcome you," "we offer you 'Christian love,'" and "we are here to help you change your unwanted attractions and gender identities and expressions."
Liberals from other nations will continue to lobby Washington to advance their home countries' interests. No surprise there. But they shouldn't complain if American liberals choose priceless domestic peace and prosperity over costly international charity and conflict.
Rather than requiring women to ask it for forgiveness, the Vatican needs, instead, to ask those of us whom it has repressed and oppressed for forgiveness of its sins throughout its existence.
hanks to a technicality in counting refugees, hundreds of outlets from Amnesty International to the Brookings Institution have claimed that Saudi Arabia has taken zero refugees -- a ludicrous, but rarely fact-checked statement given the comical lack of a "Great Arabian Wall."