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Egyptian Leadership Welcomes Trump Election

By Rana Shenawi Egyptians received news of Donald Trump’s victory on Nov. 9 with mixed reactions, ranging from celebration to disappointment to outrage. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and his supporters welcomed the news of Trump becoming the 45th president of the … Continue reading

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Duterte’s Actions May Cause Economic Woes

By Marina Mangie Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s rule may become the cause of economic issues in the Philippines if he continues his present path of volatile leadership. The most popular parts of Duterte’s presidential platform were his promises to fight … Continue reading

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The End of China’s One Child Policy

By Qiyong Sally Zhang China’s one child policy has been abandoned. All couples can now have two children. This three-decade long policy ended on Oct. 29, according to a communiqué issued by the Communist Party of China. “I’m shaking to … Continue reading

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Dominican Republic Forces Haitians to Leave

By Cameran Clayton  Europe is not the only place encountering waves of homeless migrants. Although Haiti and the Dominican Republic share the island of Hispaniola, forced deportations and trade disruptions along their border are just the latest manifestations of a … Continue reading

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Mexican Government to Citizens: “Stop complaining!”

By Carlos Diaz Barriga The Mexican government on Monday, Oct. 12 uploaded a new video to its official YouTube channel promoting its latest accomplishments. By Tuesday, following public outcry on social media, it had been removed. The problem? The spot … Continue reading

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