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Belgian City to Turn Abandoned Hangar Into a 'Mega-Brothel'
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Iran's Female Football Supporters Make History at World Cup Stadium Screening
British Museum Shines Light on Assyrian "King of the World"
Killing Dogs for Meat Ruled Illegal by South Korean Court
Southern Mayors Defy Italian Coalition to Offer Safe Port to Migrants
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This Japanese Grandma Overheard A Colombian Soccer Fan Practicing "Congratulations" In Japanese And Gave Her Her Lucky Kimono
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Japan's Demographic Time Bomb: Can a Calendar Help Otari's Single Men Find Love?
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Indian Chess Champion Quits Competition in Iran Over Headscarf Rule
Surabaya in the Spotlight: Indonesia's Renaissance City Under Attack
Mike Mccormack Wins 100,000 International Dublin Literary Award with One-Sentence Novel
"Surveillance Society": Has Technology at The US-Mexico Border Gone Too Far?
How the #Metoo Movement Came to Mongolia
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Next in Irish Voters' Cross Hairs? A Law Banning Blasphemy
A Town Airs Its Laundry, and Is Proud of It
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Citizenship for Sale: How Tycoons Can Go Shopping for a New Passport
As Taboos Break Down, Iranians Party On
French School Students to Be Banned From Using Mobile Phones
Uber Launches Electric Bike-Sharing Service in Germany
Ghana's Unlikely Marriage of Mining and Malaria Control Draws Envious Glances
Preaching Against Plastic: Indonesia's Religious Leaders Join Fight to Cut Waste
India Slashes Heatwave Death Toll With Series of Low-Cost Measures
Japan Sends Officials on Sexual Harassment Courses After High-Profile Scandals
Mambas, Medicine and One Girl's Race to Survive Kenya's Biting Problem
Smoked on the Water: The Eel Trader Reviving an Old Amsterdam Tradition
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Luxury Sales Are Rebounding in China. Just Not in Stores.
Greece May Be Turning a Corner. Greeks Who Fled Are Staying Put
Gay in India, Where Progress Has Come Only With Risk
Roman Tomb Unearthed; to Everyone's Surprise, It's Intact
The College Student Who Has France's Secularists Fulminating
Amsterdam Gets Tough on Antisocial Behaviour from Tourists
Returning Artefacts of Empire Isn't So Simple
Canada's Indigenous Architecture Biennale Exhibit Weaves Nature, Culture and Technology
Denmark Passes Law Banning Burqa and Niqab
Honduran Villagers Take Legal Action to Stop Mining Firm Digging Up Graves for Gold
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Peru's Snow and Star Festival - In Pictures
Row Over Vogue Arabia Cover Featuring Saudi Princess in Driving Seat
A Safe Haven on the Nile: Life on South Sudan's Old Fangak - In Pictures
Swedish Orchestra Turns Homophobic Hate Mail Into Music
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