False Confessions: How Innocent People Confess to Crime in the US
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False Confessions: How Innocent People Confess to Crime in the US

Editor’s note: This film will be removed on April 10, 2019. Would you confess to a crime you didn’t commit? It’s a question to which most people would…

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Selling Jerusalem: How Palestinian homes end up in settler hands
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Selling Jerusalem: How Palestinian homes end up in settler hands

In the ongoing struggle to reclaim their homeland, the Palestinian Authority has always seen occupied East Jerusalem as the future capital of a Palestinian state, but the situation…

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Freed from Guantanamo, but imprisoned by borders
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Freed from Guantanamo, but imprisoned by borders

Mohamedou Ould Slahi, former Guantanamo Bay detainee and the author of the internationally bestselling memoir Guantanamo Diary, recently told me that upon being in repatriated to his home country of Mauritania in…

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Pompeo: Russia using gas pipelines to put political pressure on Ukrainians
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Tycoon Akhmetov’s DTEK sells electricity in Ukraine at higher prices than in Hungary – media
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Tycoon Akhmetov’s DTEK sells electricity in Ukraine at higher prices than in Hungary – media

State-run enterprise Energomarket said that the average selling price of electricity set by thermal power plants (TPPs) in the wholesale electricity market in February 2019 was UAH 2,167…

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Manafort sentencing highlights Russia probe looming over Trump – CNN
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Two Georgian Men Arrested For Alleged Attempt To Sell Uranium 238
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Two Georgian Men Arrested For Alleged Attempt To Sell Uranium 238

TBILISI — Two men in Georgia have been arrested for allegedly attempting to sell uranium, a potential ingredient in a radioactive “dirty bomb.” State Security Service investigator Savle…

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EU Lawmakers Back Cooperation Deal With Afghanistan, Warn Of Kabul Government’s ‘Fragility’
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EU Lawmakers Back Cooperation Deal With Afghanistan, Warn Of Kabul Government’s ‘Fragility’

BRUSSELS — The European Parliament has endorsed a legal framework for cooperation between the bloc and Afghanistan, taking the agreement one step closer to ratification. A total of…

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Russian Bills Banning ‘Fake News,’ Insults Head To Putin For Signature
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Russian Bills Banning ‘Fake News,’ Insults Head To Putin For Signature

Legislation enabling Russian authorities to block websites and hand out punishment for “fake news” and material deemed insulting to the state or the public is headed to President…

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Syria: SDF militia predicts ISIL’s last fight to end imminently
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Syria: SDF militia predicts ISIL’s last fight to end imminently

A ferocious assault continued on ISIL’s final enclave on Wednesday as thousands of fighters and their families poured out of the besieged Syrian town of Baghouz. The US-backed…

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