Doctors Without Borders outraged by U.S. attack on hospital


An airstrike on a hospital in Northern Afghanistan over the weekend has an international aid organization demanding answers.
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Turkey election results seen as victory for democracy


The future of Turkey’s government is uncertain after the ruling party lost its majority in Parliament in this week’s elections. Continue reading

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New Nigerian president hopes to ‘reset’ relationship with U.S.


President Muhammadu Buhari was sworn in last week as the first democratically-elected president of Nigeria, signaling a new chapter for Africa’s most populous country. Continue reading

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Young innovators jumpstart tech in Pakistan


Tech entrepreneurs are working to make the city of Karachi, Pakistan’s commercial capital, a new hub of innovation by supporting young talent. Continue reading

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Saving Syrian culture under siege


In the past year, the Islamic State (ISIL) has swept through the region, destroying hundreds-year-old antiquities and prompting looting at battle sites. Continue reading

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