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Erdogan: ‘I will stand firm’

Turkey’s political power is tested in Europe. Erdogan promises to stand his ground despite Germans, Dutch, Austrians, Swiss, Belgians, Danes and the rest of Europe ahead of a constitutional referendum next month on whether to expand his powers. The unusually
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Burkina Faso: End of dictatorship

Ismael Compaore (29), a young journalist from Burkina Faso (West Africa), risked his life to finally show the world the struggle his country went through to end 27 years of dictatorship. He made a film (Une Revolution Africaine) on a revolution
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‘Trans women’ are ‘trans women’

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, the Nigerian author and feminist made headlines with infuriating words about trans women.  In an interview, the author would not agree that Trans women are ‘real women.’ ‘We need to simply strike the phrase “real women” from
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21st century: Abortion still an issue

British MPs' voted to decriminalise abortion in England and Wales. The move is largely symbolic as the 1967 Abortion Act effectively decriminalised terminations in England and Wales 50 years ago, on the condition of  two doctors’ approval and subject to
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10 Spanish films you must see

Do you want to know about some unforgettable Spanish films? The list below is about some movies you should really see. This is just a taste: El Laberinto del Fauno (Guillermo del Toro 2006,  Fantasy / Drama) Is a Mexican

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