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Binyamin Netanyahu, Naftali Bennett, Yisrael Beytenu - each of Israel's potential leaders faces an uncertain future as the country votes.
Weird bloke, this bloke, isn't he.
This weekend marks four years since the start of the crisis in Syria.
The death of federal prosecutor Alberto Nisman provides an opportunity for the right.
It is not only lazy to stick to an approach that precludes talking with terrorists, but probably means more decades of innocent people being killed on all sides.
The conventional wisdom suggests a violent reading of the Quran is at the heart of Islamic State's political violence – but it's wrong.
We don’t demand that waitresses feel "empowered" in their jobs for us to recognise their agency in choosing the work, and we don’t tell other workers who serve male customers that they can’t be feminist.
Doom, whisky, and getting lost in mazes: what are the options for the UK flouncing out of the European Union?
The Foreign Secretary warns about the threat Russia poses to Britain's security, seeing relations going from prickly to poor.
Gay people who seek asylum in Britain and end up in detention centres continue to face the "reverse of justice" and the threat of deportation.
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