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Winter at the barricades

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Ukraine | Cold and snow haven’t cooled the anger of Ukraine’s dug-in protesters

Smoldering discontent erupts in Ukraine

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Ukraine | Government agrees to some concessions after last week’s violent protests

Legal entanglements

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Thailand | A land dispute embroils an international school that serves hundreds of missionary families in one of the most populous parts of the world

South Dakota staggers under early blizzard

By Jill Nelson
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Weather | Record-breaking storm buries cattle and horses under several feet of snow

Paying the price

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Israel | Christian landmarks are under increasing attack in Israel by ultra-Orthodox gangs

Turkey’s inside man

By Jill Nelson
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Turkey | An aging but popular exile in the United States, Fethullah Gulen is considered by many behind moves to Islamicize his native land

Turkish spring?

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Turkey | Erdogan turns up the heat, but protests continue against creeping Islamism in Turkey

On pilgrimage

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Israel | Sen. Rand Paul tells Israelis it’s time to wean off the U.S. dole

A cold peace

By Jill Nelson
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Israel | The same men lead the United States and Israel as last year, but their relationship may soon become icier than ever

Next stop school choice

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Education | Alternative education activists take their National School Choice Week message on a cross-country train tour

California unions unite over two prominent state ballot initiatives

By Jill Nelson
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Politics | ORANGE COUNTY, Calif.—Labor groups in California scored two Election Day victories on prominent ballot initiatives that pitted unions against their…

Wreckage by night

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Russia | Destruction of a Moscow church is a new sign of Putin-era repression

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