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Israeli education minister apologizes for remarks on gays

Israeli education minister apologizes for remarks on gays

Israel’s education minister has apologized for controversial remarks about homosexual “conversion therapy” and intermarriage among Diaspora Jews that drew widespread criticism in Israel and the U.S.
US: Russia is refusing visas to teachers of diplomats’ kids

US: Russia is refusing visas to teachers of diplomats’ kids

The U.S. ambassador in Moscow says Russia has refused visas to teachers at a school that educates diplomats’ children
Indian court convicts 1 for 2008 death of teen British girl

Indian court convicts 1 for 2008 death of teen British girl

An Indian appeals court has overturned the acquittal of one of two suspects in the rape and murder of a teenage British girl whose body was found on a beach in the western resort city of Goa in 2008
Italy, FBI crack down on Mafia clan with Gambino ties

Italy, FBI crack down on Mafia clan with Gambino ties

Italian police and the FBI have cracked down on a Palermo-area Mafia clan with ties to the U.S.-based Gambino crime family
Attack in restaurant in northern Iraq kills Turkish diplomat

Attack in restaurant in northern Iraq kills Turkish diplomat

Turkey’s state-run news agency and Iraqi media say a gunman has opened fire inside a Turkish-owned restaurant in the northern Iraqi city of Irbil, killing at least one Turkish diplomat
Turkish diplomat killed by gunmen in northern Iraqi city of Irbil

Turkish diplomat killed by gunmen in northern Iraqi city of Irbil

The attack on a restaurant also killed an unidentified Iraqi citizen, according to Iraq’s Foreign Ministry.
Does public support for democracy defend a country from autocrats? Not necessarily.

Does public support for democracy defend a country from autocrats? Not necessarily.

Here’s what decades of survey data from 151 countries can tell us.
Relatives of victims mark 5th anniversary of MH17 downing

Relatives of victims mark 5th anniversary of MH17 downing

Five years after a missile blew Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 out of the sky above eastern Ukraine, relatives and friends of those killed are gathering at a Dutch memorial to mark the anniversary
UK Labour Party lords condemn ‘toxic’ anti-Semtisim

UK Labour Party lords condemn ‘toxic’ anti-Semtisim

More than 60 Labour Party members of Britain’s House of Lords have taken out a newspaper advertisement accusing leader Jeremy Corbyn of overseeing a “toxic culture” by allowing anti-Semitism to fester

British-Iranian woman held in Iran moved to psychiatric ward

The husband of a British-Iranian woman imprisoned in Iran says she has been transferred to a hospital mental health facility
Egypt releases transgender woman after 4 months in jail

Egypt releases transgender woman after 4 months in jail

An Egyptian rights group says authorities have released a transgender woman held for more than four months in connection to a call for protests
Germany: leader of Merkel party takes over defense ministry

Germany: leader of Merkel party takes over defense ministry

The new leader of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party has taken over Germany’s defense ministry in a risky but potentially rewarding move, reversing her previous insistence that she wouldn’t join the
Saudi Arabia intercepts drone launched by Yemeni rebels

Saudi Arabia intercepts drone launched by Yemeni rebels

The Saudi military says it has intercepted a drone launched at the kingdom’s southern border by Iranian-backed rebels in Yemen

Chances of Russian-Ukrainian prisoner swap diminish

A court in Moscow has extended pre-trial arrest for six of the 24 Ukrainian sailors jailed in Russia, shattering expectations of a major prisoner swap between the two countries
50 years after America’s moon mission, some of the smallest nations on Earth have joined the space race

50 years after America’s moon mission, some of the smallest nations on Earth have joined the space race

New Zealand, Singapore and Luxembourg headline this emerging space-race between minnows.
North and South Korea to meet in 2022 World Cup qualifiers

North and South Korea to meet in 2022 World Cup qualifiers

North Korea and South Korea have been drawn together in an Asian qualifying group for soccer’s 2022 World Cup
Why did Turkey buy Russian — not Western — missile defense systems?

Why did Turkey buy Russian — not Western — missile defense systems?

Here’s what you should know about the continued delivery of the missile defense system to the NATO member state.
Meet the 0.25 percent of Brits who will pick the next prime minister

Meet the 0.25 percent of Brits who will pick the next prime minister

The Tory voters — whiter, richer and older than Britain as a whole — want Brexit and Boris Johnson.
Unauthorized immigrants face public backlash in Mexico, survey finds

Unauthorized immigrants face public backlash in Mexico, survey finds

A Washington Post-Reforma poll shows most Mexicans favor deporting Central American migrants to their home countries.
Inmigrantes indocumentados vistos de forma desfavorable en México, de acuerdo a encuesta

Inmigrantes indocumentados vistos de forma desfavorable en México, de acuerdo a encuesta

La mayoría de mexicanos está a favor de deportar migrantes centroamericanos a sus países de origen, de acuerdo con una encuesta de The Washington Post y Reforma.