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Greece’s most liberal mayor got beat up by a bunch of far-right protesters

Yiannis Boutaris is no stranger to controversy. The 75-year-old Thessaloniki mayor is one of Greece’s most outspoken advocates for multiculturalism and international understanding. He’s pushed for the…

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France takes a step forward in fighting catcallers but falls short on setting age of consent

Men who whistle and catcall women on the streets of France may soon face stiff punishment. On Wednesday, lawmakers in the National Assembly — France’s lower house…

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36 local candidates have been assassinated in Mexico. And the election is still 2 months away.

MEXICO CITY — This election season has been the most violent in Mexico’s recent history, with 36 candidates killed since September, and dozens of other politicians and…

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The surprise star of Harry and Meghan’s wedding: Bishop Michael Curry from Chicago

WINDSOR, Britain — There are some things you come to expect from royal weddings: There will almost certainly be fabulously silly British hats, a horse-drawn carriage…

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Insurgents have waged a war on education in her home country. But she died in a Texas school shooting.

Sabika Sheikh grew up in Pakistan — a country that is intimately familiar with deadly attacks on schools. Between 2007 and 2015, there were 867 attacks…

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The royal wedding’s teenage cello player skipped U.S. debut to play in the ceremony

Sheku Kanneh-Mason had big plans for this weekend. The 19-year-old, who was raised in Nottingham, England, was supposed to make his U.S.-orchestral debut as the guest…

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‘Just saying’ — BBC Three compares royal wedding crowd to Trump’s inauguration

BBC Three, the edgiest BBC, woke up super early Saturday so it could watch the run-up to the royal wedding and make fun of it on Twitter. make way for the…

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The royal wedding was mainly about hats and fascinators

Yes, we understand there’s a wedding going on today. But Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s holy matrimony aside, let’s be honest: We’re here for the hats….

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Royal wedding 2018 live coverage

4:18 a.m.: Does this woman look like Meghan Markle? That’s what one person thought. He approached Layla Morris, 38, who works in credit control, and asked…

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Americans love the royal family. But Brits? It’s complicated.

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Selling cannabis is illegal in Estonia, but the leaf is on one district’s new flag

Estonia’s Kanepi municipality was formed by three existing districts last year, but some details had yet to be hammered out — among them, a design for its flag,…

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Europeans had school shootings, too. Then they did something about it.

This post was first published on Feb. 15. It was updated on May 18. BERLIN — Contrary to what you may sometimes hear, school shootings are not unique to…

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Hundreds of handbags, 72 suitcases full of jewels seized from ousted Malaysian leader’s home

Former prime minister Najib Razak and his wife were barred last week from leaving Malaysia in the wake of his stunning election loss, over fears that…

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Russia’s parliament to consider proposal to allow Putin to run for reelection again in 2024

Russia’s parliament is expected to consider a constitutional amendment that would allow Russian President Vladimir Putin to run in the 2024 election — a move that could…

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In the age of #MeToo, these French actresses are protesting about race, not just gender

PARIS — The Cannes Film Festival, held every May on France’s storied Côte d’Azur, has known its share of scandals over the years. But nothing quite…

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Father of the groom, Prince Charles, to walk Meghan Markle down the aisle

LONDON — With just one day to go before the royal event of the year, palace officials have said that Prince Charles, the heir to the British…

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The quiet return of Ebola

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Brutal hours aren’t just for salarymen: Japanese monk sues temple for overwork

Brutally long working hours are not just the preserve of Japanese office workers and laborers. Now, a Buddhist monk who works at a temple on the…

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