Open Arms

Colombia and Venezuela formally restored relations Monday, ending a three-year-long diplomatic impasse between the two neighboring countries, Bloomberg reported. The restart of relations comes less than a month after leftist Colombian President Gustavo Petro took office. Petro – the country’s first leftist leader – vowed to...

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Boiling Point

Deadly clashes in Libya’s capital killed dozens of people in recent days, in unrest that has sparked fears over reigniting another civil war in the war-torn North African country, the Wall Street Journal reported. Tripoli officials said at least 32 people died and 159 others were...

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Pink Phenomenon

A government-backed report warned that education is becoming “too feminine” in Hungary, cautioning that this phenomenon could endanger the economy, lower birth rates and disadvantage men, the BBC reported. The report, made by the State Audit Office and published last month, said that women were over-represented...

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Backup Systems

With mosquitoes running rampant this season, scientists discovered that the little pests are more complex than originally believed, New Scientist reported. In a new study, a research team found that mosquitoes can still smell people – and bite them – even if their human-scent receptors have...

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