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Even if Trump narrows the gap in the polls, he has a sizeable electoral mountain to climb.
The choice in the US election is depressing, but there is a chance that a progressive left could yet emerge.
Angry, unpredictable, self-absorbed and a danger to the world – the many similarities between Donald Trump and Germany’s last emperor.
At least 300 women from the minority sect are estimated to remain inside the city.
Hillary Clinton's bad news week hasn't shifted the fundamental picture.
A new investigation could last weeks.
The American media's obsession on the horse race, and the Republican strategy of declaring Democratic presidents "illegitimate" will endure.
The West must turn to the world's "forgotten crisis" - before it becomes too big to forget.
Donald Trump, Big Lie oratory and the rise of the angry white man.
The French's philosopher's documentary, Peshmerga, followed the Kurds fighting Islamic State in northern Iraq. Now, he and his team are back in Iraqi Kurdistan.
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