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Teachers Strike in Chicago

April 16, 2016 // Agencia Latinoamericana de Información - Ecuador - Spanish

Bearing in mind ... the fact that Obama lived for many years in Chicago, surely nobody would object if Obama were to visit the city and address public servants on human rights.

‘What’s Up Cuba?’

April 14, 2016 // Opinión - Bolivia - Spanish

Months before March 20, 2016, Old Havana was becoming a city cleansed of anti-U.S. graffiti. Not even a hint of the classic “Yanqui, go home” was present. Now the stars and stripes hung waving from ancient balconies. Apart from that, people continue eating rice and beans and frequenting the rundown markets. The [Read more]

Who Is Responsible for the European Refugee Crisis?

April 11, 2016 // Huanqiu - China - Chinese

Many European scholars and politicians have recently claimed that the European refugee crisis is a global phenomenon, a serious threat to international security and a crisis of responsibility for the international community; therefore it requires a global solution. They said that major countries including China should [Read more]

Two-Thirds of Russians Support Dima Yakovlev Law

December 7, 2015 // Kommersant - Russia - Russian

<i>The popularity of the ban on adoptions of Russian children by Americans has grown during the last three years.</i> The percentage of Russians who support the Dima Yakovlev Law, which bans adoptions of Russian children by Americans, grew from 54 percent to 76 percent during the last three years. It is evident from [Read more]
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