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Blasphemy in Nigeria: a death sentence

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Why has Hong Kong dropped its Tiananmen memorial?

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Is Bosnia on the brink of a civil war?

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How Britain put an end to mass shootings

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What next for Russia’s high-profile defectors?

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Five times the cost of living triggered civil unrest

Police reportedly preparing for imminent clashes and disorder across the UK
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France rocked by disability rape scandal

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