Viacrucis del Migrante
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Viacrucis del Migrante

By Elise Yu Thousands of men, women, and children are trekking north from their native countries…

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“Let’s Go Straight to Dictatorship”:  The Story of Brazilian Presidential Elect Jair Bolsonaro
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“Let’s Go Straight to Dictatorship”: The Story of Brazilian Presidential Elect Jair Bolsonaro

By Philip Baillargeon Nicknamed, “Donald Trump of Brazil,” Jair Bolsonaro has garnered a tightly knit…

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Swedish Democrats: The Far Right in Socialism’s Heartland
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Swedish Democrats: The Far Right in Socialism’s Heartland

Swedish Democrats: The Far Right in Socialism’s Heartland By Philip Baillargeon The Swedish Democrats are…

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Irony at Its Best: Imprisoned Photographer to Recieve Press Freedom Prize
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Irony at Its Best: Imprisoned Photographer to Recieve Press Freedom Prize

By: Philip Baillargeon The United Nations has awarded several different journalists with their Press Freedom…

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SIHAC X Chipotle
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SIHAC X Chipotle

SIHAC Raising Money to Build South Sudanese Schools by Daniel Krieger Imagine being a ten-year-old…

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Norway Says No Way: Why Norwegians Aren’t Moving to the U.S.
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Norway Says No Way: Why Norwegians Aren’t Moving to the U.S.

After meeting with the prime minister of Norway, President Donald Trump went into his immigration…

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Trending the Wrong Way: Japan’s Suicide Epidemic
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Trending the Wrong Way: Japan’s Suicide Epidemic

Philip Baillargeon This problem has existed for a long time, but it has been brought…

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The Real Cost of Your Clothes
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The Real Cost of Your Clothes

Trump Moves U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem
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Trump Moves U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem

By: Sydney Fineberg In Israel, the U.S Embassy is located in the city of Tel…

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Sonic Weapon Attacks at US Embassy in Cuba
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Sonic Weapon Attacks at US Embassy in Cuba

Reporter: Bobby Simbida American-Cuban relations were strained by the accusations levelled at the cuban government…

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