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Pope meets Rohingya refugees in Dhaka

Pope Francis asks for forgiveness from Rohingya Muslim refugees for all the hurt and indifference they have endured, and pronounces the word he… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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Is Corsica the Next Catalonia? Nationalists Poised for Election Win.

CORTE, France — The sea of white-and-black Moor’s-head flags rose against a soundtrack of plangent Corsican pop and the auditorium was suddenly transformed. An election-eve political rally had become an emotional… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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Sicily’s Emerald Green Gem: the Bronte Pistachio

BRONTE, Sicily — Like the big, sweet onions of Vidalia, Ga., the tiny dusky lentils from Le Puy in France, and prosciutto from the area around Parma, Italy, there’s something so special about the pistachios grown… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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Rick Steves: I got pickpocketed in Paris!

I don’t give much thought to petty crime when I travel abroad. I’m well aware that it happens: I’ve been preaching about the importance of wearing… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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No, You Won’t Marry a Prince. But You, Too, Can Become British.

The first test of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s fairy-tale romance? A British citizenship exam for Ms. Markle. Thousands of immigrants take it each year, and many fail miserably. Could you ace the test? Take our quiz and… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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A War Criminal Drank Poison in Court. How Could That Happen?

LONDON — The international tribunal dealing with the former Yugoslavia said on Friday that it would conduct an “independent expert review” of the death of Slobodan Praljak, a Croat military commander in the… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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Georgia Says It Killed Suspect in 2016 Bombing at Istanbul Airport

TBILISI – A former Islamic State fighter suspected of masterminding a deadly attack on Istanbul airport in 2016 was killed during a special operation in ex-Soviet Georgia last week, a spokeswoman for Georgia’s state… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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