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Ukip 09 29 2014
Oct 1, 2014
12:48 am
DONCASTER, UK — The UK’s equivalent of the John 3:16 guy believes in comfortable shoes and thinks the right-wing United Kingdom Independence Party will win the next elections.
Oct 1, 2014
7:53 am
Blase Cupich Pope Francis 2014
The Chicago archdiocese — with 2 million Catholics and a billion-dollar budget — is an image of the American church writ large and a national media platform.
Belief
Sep 30, 2014
10:40 am
Ecuador rafael correa 2014 09 30
President Rafael Correa is the latest Latin American leader who's grown irritated with America's aid agency.
Oct 1, 2014
7:55 am
2014sept29 abortion el salvador
Commentary: Harsh laws criminalizing abortion result in imprisonment, death and disability.
Sep 30, 2014
12:16 am
Mosul checkpoint iraq isil
Sara and Leila both survived the mass capture of Yazidi women and children in Iraq last month. These are their stories.
Sep 30, 2014
5:45 pm
CDC ebola
Add that to at least 6,574 confirmed cases in West Africa from the world's largest-ever outbreak of the hemorrhagic disease.
Sep 30, 2014
12:17 am
Yazidi boys men survived execution
In village after village last month in Iraq, the Islamic State killed scores of Yazidi men. A few lived to tell about it.
Sep 30, 2014
3:44 pm
Iraq security forces sept. 30 2014
The strikes signal the start of Britain's latest military engagement in Iraq after it pulled out all its troops in 2011 following an eight-year conflict.
Need to Know, Iraq
Sep 30, 2014
12:39 pm
Hong kong happy protesters
On Tuesday night, neither lightning nor an ominous ultimatum could kill the students’ mood.
Sep 29, 2014
4:46 pm
Herve 09 29 2014
A decade after the US invasion of Iraq, France was the first ally to join the bombing campaign against IS.
Sep 29, 2014
9:55 am
20140926 exxon cameroon photo
The fossil fuel giant is part of a public-private partnership with a complicated balance sheet.
Sep 29, 2014
4:00 pm
Hong kong protest lead
China just blocked Instagram. Here's what they're hiding.
Sep 30, 2014
8:50 am
Homepage chatter v2
For many, stories like this justify airstrikes on the Islamic State.
Sep 30, 2014
12:16 am
Australia isis numan haider
Australians are getting anxious about recent anti-terror raids and the Abbott government’s hastily adopted intelligence powers.
Sep 30, 2014
12:16 am
Philippi West Cape Town 2014
With a youth unemployment rate above 50 percent, the 21-year-old democracy is having trouble escaping its past.
Sep 29, 2014
8:53 am
2014sept26 abortion spain
Reactions to the quashing of the bill are as divisive as the attempt to reform the law.
Sep 29, 2014
2:15 am
Climate iceburg 2014 09 24
Peru’s Environment Minister Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, who will chair the next United Nations climate mega-conference, sheds some light.
Sep 29, 2014
2:15 am
China elderly dancing grannies
And the fight is getting nasty. An editorial asks, 'Did the old get bad, or did the bad get old?'
Sep 29, 2014
10:08 am
Leadmarsmission
It cost India less to go to Mars than it cost to make the movie 'Gravity.'
Sep 29, 2014
4:01 pm
2014sept29 peshmerga commander
Even with US-led airstrikes, the situation on the ground could take months — if not years — to resolve. How did IS get so strong?
Sep 29, 2014
2:15 am
Scotland referendum 09 26 2014
Disappointed independence supporters look to the future.
Sep 29, 2014
5:03 am
Hk protests sept. 29 2014
The current crisis revolves around perceived political interference by Beijing.
Sep 29, 2014
9:01 am
Syrian refugees sept. 28 2014
Monitoring group the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said US-led airstrikes struck a grain silo in northern Syria, killing civilians.
Need to Know, Syria
Sep 29, 2014
9:20 am
African migrants aug. 12 2014
The IOM report comes just weeks after one of the deadliest wrecks on record, when a ship carrying some 500 migrants, including an estimated 100 children, sank.
Need to Know, Europe
Sep 29, 2014
9:54 am
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Coca-Cola's work improving access to water occupies a gray area where charity meets profit.