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Will Sweden start a trend on Palestinian state recognition?

By Caroline Leal
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International | On Thursday, the Swedish government officially recognized Palestine as an independent state, an announcement welcomed by Palestinian leadership but strongly…

The 7th betrayal

By Marvin Olasky
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History | As safe financial havens for corrupt leaders, the United States and others share some blame for Balkan problems

Balkan betrayal, again and again

By Marvin Olasky
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History | In a region long used as a pawn by great powers, reformers have reason to be suspicious of the West

Globe Trot: Students lead Hong Kong protests against Beijing

By Jamie Dean
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International | HONG KONG: Pro-democracy demonstrations are swelling in Hong Kong, as thousands fill the streets in the city’s most serious confrontation with Beijing in a…

Spanish PM drops pro-life legislation amid party divisions

By Courtney Crandell
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Abortion | Spain’s government has abandoned its attempt to increase limitations on abortion access, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced Tuesday, citing party…

Eyes on Estonia

By Marvin Olasky
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Estonia | A desperate Goliath may soon take on a super-secular David

America isn’t the only country struggling with an influx of migrants

By Rob Holmes
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Immigration | As the flow of child migrants to the United States via Mexico shows signs of a major slowdown, France and Britain are facing an increase in migrant tensions.

Man challenges Belgium’s euthanasia law after mom’s death

By Andrew Branch
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Euthanasia | Tom Mortier is taking Belgium to Europe’s highest court for allowing doctors to euthanize his depressed mother and waiting to notify him until the next day.

History forgotten

By Jill Nelson
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Persecution | Anti-Semitism is growing in Spain. Will rhetoric turn to violence?

Greek lawmakers consider easing restrictions on evangelicals

By Julia A. Seymour
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Persecution | Persecution isn’t limited to totalitarian regimes or Islamic states. Some Western democracies also make it difficult for Christians, especially…

Visit Switzerland for mountains, chocolate, and death

By Courtney Crandell
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Euthanasia | Although Switzerland has traditionally been known for its Alps, banks, and neutrality, the country is becoming notorious for a more morbid phenomenon: suicide…

Scientists retract explanation for narcolepsy-swine flu vaccine link

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | Scientists hoping to explain how a swine flu vaccine caused narcolepsy among Europeans may have to dream on. Stanford University researchers have retracted a…

 
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