How Egypt’s president tightened his grip

This spring, as Egypt's parliament debated handing President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi greater power and allowing him to govern until 2030, speaker Ali Abdelaal declared...

Lock them up: India marginalizes Kashmiri separatist leaders by detaining dozens

Alasdair Pal, Devjyot Ghoshal & Fayaz Bukhari More than five months after they were detained without charge, dozens of separatist leaders from Indian-administered Kashmir remain...

Chinese official urged HK villagers to drive off protesters before violence at train station

James Pomfret, Greg Torode & David Lague A week before suspected triad gang members attacked protesters and commuters at a rural Hong Kong train station...

Flags of inconvenience: Noose tightens around Iranian shipping

Jonathan Saul, Parisa Hafezi & Marianna Parraga Somewhere on its journey from the waters off Iran, around Africa's southern tip and into the Mediterranean, the...

Trump’s tariffs trip up the all-American RV industry

Timothy Aeppel Carrie Gray points to a stack of unwelcome mail on a conference table at the offices of Renegade RV, one of the leading...

Muslims’ three encounters with the West

Dr. Syed Habeeb Ashruf THE THIRD ENCOUNTER 1776 AD to 2476 AD A new nation the United States of America declared independence in 1776. The nascent...

In Argentina, ZTE finds eager buyer for surveillance tech

Cassandra Garrison In Argentina's remote northern province of Jujuy, Chinese telecoms giant ZTE is installing a little slice of the Asian nation's vast surveillance state...

Why the military still stands by beleaguered Venezuela president

Brian Ellsworth & Mayela Armas One of the central mysteries of Venezuela's slow-motion collapse: Why does the military continue to support Nicolas Maduro, the president...

Japan’s gentleman equestrian at heart of Olympics corruption probe

Daniel Leussink, Ami Miyazaki & Mari Saito Surrounded by reporters in March, Tsunekazu Takeda, teary-eyed and blinking as cameras flashed around him, explained his decision to...

The Rohingya Crisis: The tireless plight of a persecuted population

Aayet Ashary The largest exodus, which encompasses approximately greater than 1.3 million Rohingya persons, has been circulating in Bangladesh as a result of the systematic...

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