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Isolated in Greek Camps, Migrants Find Work

The UN High Commission for Refugees estimates that nearly 50,000 migrants are in Greece, awaiting asylum interviews in which they will make their cases for staying in Europe. While many migrants remain without jobs, some have found work in camps, and have even started their own businesses.

Americans Who Gained Health insurance Coverage Under the ACA by State

According to an analysis by the Urban Institute, between 2010 and 2015, more than 19 million non-elderly people gained health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. The top 10 states that ranked the highest based on percent of total population insured through the A.C.A. are Nevada (1), California (2), Oregon (3), Kentucky (4), New Mexico (5), West Virginia (6), Florida (7), Arkansas (8), Colorado (9), and Washington (10).

ISIS Brutality Becomes a TV Series

"Black Crows" inspired by true events, depicts daily life for women who volunteer or are forced to join ISIS, and the fear that shapes their relationships. MBC director Ali Jaber had this to say about the series:"ISIS is not only an organization. It's an idea; it's a narrative. And you don't bomb an idea. You fight an idea with a more progressive, more compelling idea."

Countries North Korea Can Currently Hit With Their Missiles

Should North Korea ever have the capacity to launch a nuclear missile that could reach the U.S. mainland, Trump would have approximately ten minutes to react and make a decision to counterattack.

How a Democracy Can Implode

The biggest challenge to democracy comes from the voters themselves. As Americans, we have a duty to vote not just Republican or Democrat, but for those who will uphold our Supreme Law. In 2014, voter turnout for mid-term elections plunged to the lowest rate in 72 years. The overall national turnout was a disgraceful 36.3 percent.

Current Members of the U.S. House of Representatives

If weve learned anything from this last election, its that political complacency is no longer an option. And to effect change, there is no need to look any further than your own legislative backyards.

U.S. Senate Seats up for Reelection in 2018

The U.S. Senate elections will be held on November 6, 2018. Thirty-three of the 100 Senate seats are up for reelection. The Republicans will be defending just 8 seats, while the Democrats will be fighting for 23, plus another 2 held by independents. The winners of those seats will serve a six-year term from January 3, 2019, until January 3, 2025. The time to start organizing is now.

Middle East

ISIS, Turkey and Oil: Interview with Pelicourt

James Stafford

Viewpoints: Violence Between Israel and Palestine

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Khalid al-Asaad Slaughtered by ISIS

Teri Schure

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Europe

The Jedwabne Massacre of 1941: An Interview with Marcin Malek

Teri Schure

Global Refugee Crisis Deepens by the Day

Joshua Pringle

Is Russia Plotting to Bring Down OPEC?

Dalan McEndree

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Asia-Pacific

Could Iran Emerge as the Middle East Superpower?

Doreen Horschig

Taiwan Seeks to Join Fight Against Global Warming

Ying-Yuan Lee, Minister of Environmental Protection Administration, Republic of China (Taiwan)

Myanmar: Transition Within Transition

Rajiv Bhatia

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Americas

States With Confederate Monuments on Public Property

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The Win: The Forgotten Americans vs the Loss: Trump Wants Revenge

Teri Schure

Immigration and Health Care Reform Will Wreak Havoc on Rural America

Teri Schure

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Africa

Child Brides in Zimbabwe

Stephen Tsoroti

Food Insecurity and Climate Change in Egypt

Joshua Goldfond

Tunisia: Escaping the Great Mosque of Uqba

Angela Smith Kirkman

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