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How an Extremist Buddhist Network Is Sowing Hatred Across Asia

How an Extremist Buddhist Network Is Sowing Hatred Across Asia

Saffron-clad monks have been instrumental in anti-Muslim riots in Burma and Sri Lanka, and may sow more discord in Bangladesh and Thailand

Protesters around the world have vowed to remember the 219 girls abducted by the Nigerian militant Islamist group Boko Haram one year ago. A procession is being held in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, with 219 girls taking part to represent each missing girl.

Chibok girls 'must not be forgotten'

Campaigners marched Monday in Nigeria's capital of Abuja during a silent protest to raise awareness about girls and boys abducted by Boko Haram.

Every once in a while, you'll see a statistic that shocks you out of your seat. This is one of those statistics.  I know not every man in Egypt is a predator, but this seems like a woefully underreported problem. Take 60 seconds and see what it's like to be a woman in Egypt.  Trigger warning: Depiction of sexual violence.

Men: You May Never Be In A Woman's Body, But This Film Puts You There For 65 Seconds

Interesting grassroots social campaign out of Cairo - Men: You May Never Be In A Woman's Body, But This Film Puts You There For 65 Seconds.

Egyptian woman who has lived as man for 40 years voted ‘best mum’ | World news | The Guardian

Egyptian woman who has lived as man for 40 years voted ‘best mum’

For more than four decades, Egyptian mother Sisa Abu Daooh dressed as a man to provide for her family. Last week, she was awarded the "woman breadwinner" award by the authorities in her hometown of Luxor and was congratulated in person by t.

Judit Polgar, female chess grandmaster, fires back at sexist claim.

Female Chess Grandmaster Fires Back at Sexist Claim

Female Chess Legend: “We Are Capable of the Same Fight as Any Other Man” Judit Polgar, Hungarian chess grandmaster.

'Hug' brain test could diagnose disorders like autism: Having people think about emotion-laden actions as their brain is scanned could become one of the first evidence-based tests for mental condition

'Hug' brain test could diagnose disorders like autism: Having people think about emotion-laden actions as their brain is scanned could become one of the first evidence-based tests for mental condition

Teenage Jihad: The World of American Kids Seduced by ISIS

ISIS Trains Child Soldiers at Camps for 'Cubs of the Islamic State'

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4 Easy, Delicious Vegetarian Recipes to Try at Home

File photo an Assyrian man with a red cross painted on his forehead holding a banner as he walks during a protest of several hundred people in solidarity with Christians abducted in Syria and Iraq, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Feb.

The U.S. wants the Kurds to do two potentially incompatible things: fight ISIS and resist seceding from Iraq. Dexter Filkins reports.

The Fight of Their Lives

wants the Kurds to do two potentially incompatible things: fight ISIS and resist seceding from Iraq.

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The loneliest war

Secrets of the Scientologists: Why People Do Horrible Things for Belief | Going Clear" gives a glimpse into how indoctrination really works. A 20th-century tragedy reveals even more.

The media’s ridiculous Scientology blackout: Tom Cruise reportedly imposes draconian limits on interview questions (but why are reporters going along with it?

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