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Afro-Brazilians make up over half of the country’s population, but they are still fighting for their right to live.
The pandemic-fueled food shortage in Syria suggests the worst is yet to come in other conflict-riven countries around the world.
The World Health Organization is woven into the fabric of U.S. public health, and extricating it won’t be easy.
Four months after the U.S.-Taliban deal, the militant group is growing—and growing bolder, while its al Qaeda ties remain.
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