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Israel Fights Facebook

Nine months ago, Dareen Tatour posted a poem on Facebook. The poem expressed frustration over Israeli-Palestinian violence.

News Bytes 07/25/2016 2
Turkish Coup

Turkish lawmakers met yesterday. They gave President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sweeping new powers.

News Bytes 07/22/2016 6
Portuguese at the Olympics

Brazil missed the language memo: Only a fraction of its 200 million people speak a tongue other than Portuguese.

News Bytes 07/21/2016 4
Germany’s Godspots

In a move to bring people back to church, a denomination in eastern Germany is offering a new service: free wifi called “Godspot.”

News Bytes 07/20/2016 10
GOP Convention Time

A year ago, hardly anyone imagined Donald Trump as a speaker at the Republican National Convention—let alone as its star.

News Bytes 07/19/2016 15
Child Labor in Afghanistan

A leading international rights group says about a quarter of all Afghan children work for a living.

News Bytes 07/18/2016 9
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Showdown in the South China Sea

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New Bolshoi Ballet Director

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Underground Ice Wall

On March 11, 2011, a massive earthquake shook the coast of Japan. The quake’s center hit near the island of Tōhoku.

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Huts for the Homeless

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