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The Brazil where the slaves reigned | Culture

Marcelo D’Salete says that he was a kid when he heard the first mention of the extraordinary story of the largest uprising of black slaves …

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The French Government investigates the police action in an eviction of immigrants in Paris | International

The violent evacuation of a temporary migrant camp erected in the heart of Paris on Monday night has left neither the usual critics of the …

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Iran's Repression Reaches Prisoners' Families | International

The Iranian lawyer and human rights defender Nasrin Sotudeh, awarded the Sakharov Prize in 2012, began a hunger strike in Evin prison where she is …

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The OSCE says there is no progress in developing the plan of the Contact Group on Donbass

VIENNA, November 25. / TASS /. The Political Working Group in the Contact Group was unable to make progress in developing a draft action plan …

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The keys to the coup in Turkey | International

Was it a self-coup? Several facts indicate that this was not the case: the magnitude of the military coup – it mobilized a not inconsiderable …

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France Honors Six-Year-Old Boy Who Helped Fight Nazis | Global World Blog

Perhaps he was the youngest of the maquis, the guerrillas of the resistance to the German invasion of France. His name was Marcel Pinte, but …

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MIDDLE EAST: Saudi Arabia's risky gamble | International

About a year after the coming to power of King Salman, Saudi Arabia has generated more headlines than during the entire preceding decade. And not …

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Spain, Italy, Greece and Malta join forces to reject the EU migration pact | International

Open war against the migratory pact just a few days after Germany, which holds the six-month presidency of the European Union, tries to close a …

Read moreSpain, Italy, Greece and Malta join forces to reject the EU migration pact | International

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