Lessons, Please

Three years ago, people around the world began lockdowns that shuttered businesses, schools, government offices, and other institutions that had been the hallmarks of everyone’s lives. Now, after Covid vaccines and other measures have reduced – but not eliminated – fears surrounding the virus, the...

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Avec Moi, Le Déluge

Paris and other cities saw violent clashes between protesters and police over the weekend after French President Emmanuel Macron used executive privilege to adopt a deeply controversial pension reform, France 24 reported Sunday. Police arrested more than 300 people over the weekend, mostly in Paris where...

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The Golden Shackles

The International Criminal Court (ICC) issued an arrest warrant Friday for Russian President Vladimir Putin and another official over alleged war crimes during the Ukraine war, the first decision by the Netherlands-based court since the conflict began last year, USA Today reported. The international tribunal accused...

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The Stand

Pakistan’s police have filed terrorism and other charges against Imran Khan and scores of his aides and supporters following clashes Sunday outside the court in Islamabad where he was already due to face charges of selling state gifts and hiding assets, Sky News reported. Former and current...

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Early Equestrians

A new archaeological study on skeletal remains in eastern Europe found evidence that humans began riding horses some 5,000 years ago, Science News reported. Early humans began domesticating horses for their meat and milk around 3500 BCE, while the oldest known depictions of horseback riding date...

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