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The global gag rule, which plucks U.S. dollars from any international initiative tied to abortion, was reinstated by Trump —and a lot of African women are going to die as a result.

The Global Gag Rule: America’s Deadly Export
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today at 10:40. Facebook
How President Trump might turn an all-seeing spy apparatus on innocent American citizens.

The Multibillion-Dollar U.S. Spy Agency You Haven’t Heard Of
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today at 04:25. Facebook
German authorities looked the other way as a right-wing terrorist cell went on a seven-year killing spree. Now they won’t look in the mirror.

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Audio Excerpt: 10 Murders, 3 Nazis, and Germany's Moment of Reckoning
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In a Kenyan town, one woman seeks justice for victims of sexual violence neglected by an inept government and overburdened police force. This is how she’s pushing back.

Guardian of the Girl-Child
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today at 00:25. Facebook
New reports rattle the White House as congressional and FBI investigations gain momentum. Can U.S. institutions survive the stress test?

Further Revelations on Trump-Russia Ties Build Pressure For Independent Inquiry
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yesterday at 23:27. Facebook
Youth populations are skyrocketing in the most unstable countries on Earth. That spells trouble.

(August 2016)

Here Come the Young
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yesterday at 22:34. Facebook
In honor of #NationalPuppyDay: How a British colonel altered the battlefields of World War I, and why his crusade still resonates today:

The Dog Whisperer
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yesterday at 21:24. Facebook

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Liberia's first female president, leaves office soon. What legacy will she leave behind?

Book Talk, Part II: “Madame President: The Extraordinary Journey of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf”
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yesterday at 20:30. Facebook
Cyprus has been divided for over forty years. Can Donald Trump seize a rare opportunity to reunite it?

Read the latest from FP's Shadow Government:

Here’s a Win-Win Deal for Trump: Cyprus
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yesterday at 19:28. Facebook
The KGB still exists in Belarus, Europe's "last dictatorship." And Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenko isn't afraid to use it against his own people.

‘Last Dictator of Europe’ Earns His Title, Cracks Down on Protests
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yesterday at 18:40. Facebook
Having previously called climate change “bullshit," Donald Trump is poised to undo a slew of Obama-era environmental regulations.

How Trump Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the (Climate) Bomb
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yesterday at 17:30. Facebook
Venezuela is fast becoming a hub for both drug cartels and Hezbollah.

Read the latest from FP's Shadow Government:

In Venezuela’s Toxic Brew, Failed Narco-State Meets Iran-Backed Terrorism
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yesterday at 17:10. Facebook
Ukrainian leaders were quick to blame Russia for the assassination, a claim Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov called "absurd."

Former Russian MP Shot Dead in Ukraine
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yesterday at 16:50. Facebook
The 19-year-old American-Israeli citizen is accused of making "dozens" of threats against Jewish community centers and synagogues in the United States

Israel Detains U.S.-Israeli Teen Over Jewish Center Bomb Threats
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yesterday at 16:30. Facebook
Royal Jordanian Airlines is subtweeting the Trump administration after U.S. authorities banned electronic devices on flights from the Middle East.

Royal Jordanian Airlines Has the Perfect Response to Trump’s New Travel Restrictions
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yesterday at 16:10. Facebook
One year after the terrorist attacks in Brussels, Morocco's Rif Mountains remain a breeding ground for jihadism.

(April 2016)

Morocco’s Outlaw Country Is the Heartland of Global Terrorism
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yesterday at 16:02. Facebook

In addition to the proposed cut to the UN's peacekeeping budget, the White House also wants to gut UN programs for children and the poor.

Trump Administration Eyes $1 billion in Cuts to U.N. Peacekeeping
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yesterday at 15:40. Facebook
American troops must break the cycle of civilian violence in Syria if the U.S. is to defeat the very idea of ISIS.

Read the latest from FP's Best Defense:

Civilians Still in Raqqa are Still Civilians
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yesterday at 15:05. Facebook
India and Pakistan are locked in a standoff over water rights that threatens to escalate into open war.

(Sept. 2016)

Why the India-Pakistan War Over Water Is So Dangerous
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yesterday at 15:01. Facebook
The terrorist group called the Westminster attacker “a soldier of the Islamic State.” U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said he was known to British intelligence services.

Islamic State Claims Credit for British-Born London Attacker