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The London Bridge attacks

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THE GUARDIAN – At about 10.08pm on Saturday a white van driving at about 50mph struck pedestrians on London Bridge and then continued towards Borough Market. The London ambulance service was called to the incident, and the first crew arrived…

Fleeing Boko Haram

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NEW YORK TIMES – More than 130,000 people have amassed along this desert highway outside Diffa, Niger — National Route 1. They now call its barren, sandy shoulders home. All of them have been chased from their villages by Boko…

Rural Voters Can Swing the Iowa Caucuses

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – There is a surprising diversity in the physical as well as the political landscape of Iowa’s rural areas, which make up more than three-quarters of the state’s 99 counties and are home to 40 percent…

The New Panama Canal: A Risky Bet

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – Panama City — On July 8, 2009, the champagne finally flowed. After an intense two-year competition, a consortium led by a Spanish company in severe financial distress learned that its rock-bottom bid of $3.1 billion had won…

Climate Change Claims a Lake

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – Llapallapani, Bolivia — The water receded and the fish died. They surfaced by the tens of thousands, belly-up, and the stench drifted in the air for weeks. The birds that had fed on the fish…

Living Under the Taliban’s Shadow

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – The northern Afghan city of Kunduz has fallen to the Taliban twice in one year, and insurgent fighters remain throughout the surrounding area. But within the city, we found an unlikely sense of calm and…

Raising Barriers

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THE WASHINGTON POST – A generation ago, globalization shrank the world. Nations linked by trade and technology began to erase old boundaries. But now barriers are rising again, driven by waves of migration, spillover from wars and the growing threat…

Climate change refugee

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – This desert, called the Tengger, lies on the southern edge of the massive Gobi Desert, not far from major cities like Beijing. The Tengger is growing. For years, China’s deserts spread at an annual rate…

Hurricane Matthew’s Brutal Aftermath in Haiti

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – An estimated 1.4 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance in Haiti in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, according to the United Nations. At least 1,000 Haitians are dead, Reuters news agency reported, citing…