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Globe Trot: Kerry makes historic visit to Hiroshima

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International | JAPAN: John Kerry became the first U.S. secretary of state to visit a memorial to victims of the U.S. atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima today. He called on the…

Globe Trot: South China Sea crisis could be next global flash point

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International | INDONESIA: China’s expansion in the South China Sea—where it began operating a lighthouse on one of its artificial islands—could be the next global…

Globe Trot: Turkey seizes churches old and new

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International | TURKEY: Authorities seized six churches—one 1,700 years old and another built in 2003—in the southeastern city of Diyarbakir. Unlike state-funded mosques,

Globe Trot: U.S. obsession with the trappings of Cuba’s oppression

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International | CUBA is not your photo op, writes Cuban-American actress, writer, and filmmaker Natalie Morales. “The old cars are not kitschy; they are not a choice.

Servant of refugees

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Middle East | An exile of Saddam Hussein’s regime, Insaf Safou returns to the Middle East to help the ones fleeing ISIS

Not yet missed

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Cuba | Obama’s decency masks a wildly incoherent foreign policy

Globe Trot: French journalist jailed over war crimes book

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International | THE HAGUE: A French journalist is being held like a war criminal, in solitary confinement with lights on 24 hours a day, over her 2007 book revealing a war…

Globe Trot: Syrian forces recapture Palmyra

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International | SYRIA: Syrian government forces recaptured Palmyra from Islamic State over the weekend. In pictures, here’s the damage wrought by the terror group on the…

Globe Trot: Belgian attack victim had recently confessed Christ

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International | BELGIUM: Bart Migom, the 21-year-old Belgian still missing after Tuesday’s terror attacks, had recently become a Christian, according to sources in Belgium…

Globe Trot: Britain declines to call ISIS actions genocide

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International | GREAT BRITAIN: Parliament defeated a bill to recognize Islamic State (ISIS) genocide against religious minorities in Iraq and Syria by a vote of 148-111 less…

Brussels pastor: ‘Our city is in pain’

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Terrorism | Brussels looks for terror suspect, leaders seek threat solutions, and Christians pray for healing

Globe Trot: Cuba cracks down on dissidents ahead of Obama visit

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International | CUBA: Authorities arrested more than 50 demonstrators and dissidents in Havana ahead of President Barack Obama’s arrival yesterday. The wives and other…

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