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Raqqa Will Put Trump’s Deal-Making to the Test

The president-elect has promised to use brute force against ISIS. But liberating its capital will involve some very delicate diplomacy.

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Russia’s Silent HIV Epidemic

Apathy and political expedience have shaped the Kremlin’s frozen-in-time views on the virus. Will officials finally act to prevent a national health crisis?

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Zimbabwe’s Currency Hail Mary

Faced with a crippling cash crisis, the southern African country has designed a solution that nobody thinks will work.

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Kabila’s Trump Card

The U.S. president-elect probably can’t find Congo on a map. For embattled President Joseph Kabila, that’s tremendous news.

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The Middle East Watched America’s Election Through a Mirror

As Republicans and Democrats hashed out their differences, politicians from Iran to Israel made it all about themselves.

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For Kenyans Who Survived Post-Election Violence, U.S. Race Feels Like Déjà Vu

Donald Trump says he may not accept the results of Tuesday’s vote. Kenyans know what that looks like – and it’s not pretty.

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