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A Continent on Fire

As countries across Europe’s Mediterranean rim reel from a crippling debt crisis, a summer of harsh weather has added on the woes and the heat, sparking wildfires from Portugal to Greece

Indigenous Tribe Rises up in Colombia

In southern Colombia, a tribe of indigenous people, the Nasa Indians, have risen up after being caught in the crossfire of a government offensive against leftist guerrillas. In mid-July, hundreds of Nasa, whose only weapons are …

The Festival of San Fermín

The iconic running of the bulls takes place this week in Pamplona, Spain as people from across the globe flood the city’s streets to celebrate the legendary festival of San Fermín.

A Long, Slow Endgame

I sometimes wonder for how much longer the Chinese government can continue to repress the desires of its people for political change. The cynical—and that includes me—will answer “forever.” But when I consider the whole exhausting machinery of repression—the legions of internet censors, sleeplessly trawling the internet for …

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