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How France Can Fix Its Homegrown Terror Problem

The man who allegedly attacked a factory outside of Lyon had been on a security watch list. So why weren't French authorities able to stop him?

The Cable

FIFA Chief Sepp Blatter Resigns as U.S. Investigation Closes In

FIFA president Sepp Blatter stuns the footballing world by resigning his post.

Passport

Blatter Control: FIFA Head Wins New Term Despite Corruption Probe

A U.S. bribery probe can't bring down the most powerful man in international sports.

The Cable

With FIFA Indictment, U.S. Takes Aim at Russian and Qatari World Cups

The United States is taking aim at future World Cups in Russia and Qatar.

Voice

Will FIFA’s Sepp Blatter Be Shown the Red Card?

As corruption indictments swirl, soccer’s governing body prepares for a vote of confidence in its CEO.

Voice

Is There Hope for Afghanistan’s Other Daughters?

The latest round of convictions in the brutal public murder of an Afghan woman was mob justice -- not real change.

Argument

Uzbekistan’s Deadly Decade

Ten years after a massacre that shocked the world, the regime of Islam Karimov is still in power -- and as brutal as ever.

Passport

The Death Penalty Is Having Quite a Moment — And That May Help Efforts to Abolish It

The confluence of debates about the death penalty around the world shows the degree to which it's persevered even as most countries have eliminated it as a punishment.

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