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Gabriel García Márquez’s Archive Goes to University of Texas

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The archive of Gabriel García Márquez has been acquired by the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas and includes manuscripts, notebooks, photos, correspondence ... more

Memo From Europe: Nations Ponder How to Handle European Fighters Returning From Jihad

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A young man who came back to Germany from fighting in Syria has confessed in court and said he would like “to live a totally ... more

World Briefing: Nigeria: Fish Vendors Attacked

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Boko Haram militants have killed 48 fish vendors in northeastern Nigeria, near the border with Chad, the leader of the local fish traders’ association said ... more

World Briefing: Burkina Faso: Military Controls Key Posts in New Government

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Transitional leaders have agreed on a new government to guide the country to elections next year, allocating several key cabinet posts to members of the ... more

Despite Persecution, Guardian of Lake Tai Spotlights China’s Polluters

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Despite pressure from Beijing, factories continue to dump toxic waste into waterways because the cost of violating the rules is lower than the cost of ... more

Iran Grants Bail to Woman From Britain Held 5 Months

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Iran Grants Bail to Woman From Britain Held 5 Months
Ghoncheh Ghavami, 25, who has dual citizenship, is appealing a one-year sentence for a conviction that has been linked to activism.


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