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Yohan Blake: The Second-Fastest Man In The World
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U.K. Election 2017—What You Need To Know
On June 8 2017, the British public will go to the polls again after Prime Minister Theresa May called a snap election in April.
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Interview with Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X
Malcolm X's daughter talks about being raised to believe in the fatherhood of humanity, how Dr.
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Who Are The Ahmadis?
The Ahmadi community sees itself as part of the Muslim faith, but has long being one of the world's most persecuted religions. Here's all you need to know about the Ahmadis.
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Germany's Migrant Crisis
In 2015, Germany was one of Europe's most generous countries towards asylum-seekers but as Germany began to struggle with the influx of migrants, anti-immigration sentiment rose.
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Ducks being force-fed at an 'ethical' foie gras farm
A small family run concern. Pierre Lava is the 5th generation of his family to rear ducks for foie gras.
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Tech N9ne Mourns Battle Rapper Tech 9
Tech N9ne took to Twitter to express his condolences on March 25 after the death of battle rapper Tech 9, real name Akeem Mickens, whose death caused confusion about which rap guru had passed.
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Patrolling the cliffs with the chaplains of Beachy Head
Newsweek's Cole Moreton has exclusive access to the chaplains who volunteer their time to save lives on the cliffs of Beachy Head.
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Norwegian military footage shows Norwegian fighter pilot's close encounter with Russian MIG.
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The App Helping Blind People See
Aipoly Vision uses artificial intelligence to recognize objects and colours and tell the app's user what they are.
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Ukrainian Female Fighters: The Right To Fight
There are over 18,000 women in Ukraine's Armed Forces but before June 2016 only a small fraction were allowed to serve in combat positions.
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How Russia Annexed Crimea
During February 2014, anonymous pro-Russian militants seized public buildings in Crimea.
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Immigration Advocate Stops ICE Arrest Using 'Know Your Rights' Training
Bryan McCormack, executive director of the Columbia County Sanctuary Movement in upstate New York, stops a U.S.
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Fiji Rugby Sevens: Rio 2016 Medal Hopefuls
Rugby sevens is at the Olympics for the first time at Rio and Fiji are currently number one in the series.
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Comprehensive Resource Model: Connecting With Your Core Self
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Trump Claimed He Wouldn’t Have Time To Play Golf As President, Here’s What The Facts Say
Donald Trump has frequently gone golfing as president, visiting his clubs more than 150 times in his first year in office, and at least 77 times in his second year in office.
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Five Facts About Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh
Yahya Jammeh seized power in Gambia in 1994 with a bloodless military coup. He has since won four elections, all of which have been contested or marred by violence.
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The Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, almost lost his power back in July after an attempted coup failed.
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What Is Gene Editing?
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The Populists Who Could End Decades of European Liberalism
Across Western Europe, right-wing populists are preparing for battles in major elections. Newsweek takes a look at four of the key figures involved in some of the biggest elections.
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Peter Capaldi On Diversity And Doctor Who: 'It Should Reflect The Times'
Could the next Doctor be a minority or a woman? The show should adapt, says its star.
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Anne Frank legacy
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Behind The Scenes with Game Of Thrones' Gwendoline Christie
A behind-the-scenes photoshoot with actress Gwendoline Christie, who plays Brienne of Tarth in HBO's Game of Thrones and Captain Phasma in the Star Wars series.
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How ISIS Went Global
The Islamic State militant group (ISIS) is an entity that has captivated the world.
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Malala: A Profile
Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate.
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Fighting Female Genital Mutilation In FGM World Capital Somalia
Around 98 percent of Somali girls undergo genital mutilation. Ifrah Ahmed is campaigning to have the practice outlawed.
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Is Jon Snow Dead? Siri Is Giving Some Very Strange Answers
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