Patterns and Promises

A group of mutinous soldiers from Niger’s Presidential Guard claimed in a televised address late Wednesday to have overthrown the country’s democratically elected President Mohamed Bazoum, the Associated Press reported. Speaking in front of a group of military officers calling themselves the Council for the Safeguarding...

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A New King

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen will resign next month and hand power to his son, an announcement that came just days after his ruling Cambodia People’s Party (CPP) secured a landslide victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, the New York Times reported Wednesday. The 70-year-old leader announced...

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Closing a Chapter

A Belgian court convicted eight men in connection to the 2016 terrorist attacks that rocked the country’s capital, killing 35 people and injuring hundreds, the Wall Street Journal reported. In March 2016, two separate suicide bombings took place in Brussels, at the international airport and at...

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Skin and Bones

The debate about when humans first arrived in the Americas is getting more intense after a new study found evidence that they were already in South America some 25,000 years ago, Cosmos Magazine reported. Human arrival to the Americas is believed to have taken place around...

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