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First Jewish wedding in Bahrain in 52 years

Bahrain is home to a community of around 50 Jews, mainly from families that migrated from Iraq to Bahrain and…

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Russian Journalist will donate part of Nobel Peace Prize to a charity

The editor of the independent Novaya Gazeta newspaper won the prestigious award with journalist Maria Ressa from the Philippines. Moscow…

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Observations of an Expat: European Complacency

They involve difficult decisions that might rock the boat, but end up sinking it if they are ignored too long.…

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Americans seek exemptions to COVID-19 vaccine

More than 2,600 employees have indicated that they plan to pursue religious exemptions, while more than 360 plan to seek…

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Observations of an Expat: Russian Pivot

Putin has repeatedly stated that the collapse of the Soviet Union was a major disaster for Russia and the world.…

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Private Women’s Beach in Saudi Arabia

In 2017, the ultra-conservative kingdom of Saudi Arabia had announced the construction of a luxury resort on the Red Sea…

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RSS leaders’ books in curriculum of an Indian University triggers row

CPIM Kerala is doing this right when the 50+ US universities are holding an international conference: Dismantling the Global Hindutwa.…

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Observations of an Expat: Nation Building

If it (West) fails to do so, then other countries will inevitably look elsewhere, and the West can look forward…

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Jesus Was the First Communist, Russian Communist Party Leader Says

Party Chief Gennady Zyuganov’s comments come as the Communist Party of Russia seeks to win seats in the State Duma,…

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Iran and the reconciliation drive in the region

A wind of reconciliation is blowing across the region. Many countries are patching up their relations after years of antagonism.…

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