Tilbury F.C. and Haringey Borough F.C. line up in the tunnel at Chadfields ground on Jan. 14 in Tilbury, England.
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TILBURY, England — On Saturday afternoons, 20 short miles to the east of central London, Tilbury Football Club comes alive. Players drive up to the stadium's clubhouse and knock the mud off thei...
ISTANBUL ― Flying back to Istanbul after a warm week in Britain ― where it felt liberating to be away from the constant political chatter back home ― I came to the shocking realization that the Nether...
Another day, another false alarm from the president — and then a welcome stretch of comic relief on Twitter. Donald Trump's incredulousness at a rally Saturday that something had happened the pr...
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BERLIN ― They were demeaned, stripped of their rights, forced into labor, sent to extermination camps, murdered. Theirs is a story of the Holocaust that often goes untold, and even so many years later...
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Civilians are volunteering in droves to fight Russia’s little green men, should they cross the border.
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MOSCOW ― U.S. President Barack Obama's term in office will soon be over, but he has yet to achieve one of his main goals: fixing the rapport with Russia. Soon after he was elected, Obama announced the...
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'Why did I come here, and what did my friends give their lives for?'
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The proposed abortion ban may have been rejected, but for some Poles, the legislation’s another indication that the nation’s slipping back to the dark ages.
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While Donald Trump criticizes the Muslim family of a slain U.S. soldier, Crimean Tatar Muslims are hailed in their own country as Ukrainian patriots.
The island is holding major talks to heal a divide that’s lasted over four decades, but there’s an elephant in the room.
“Treat people like dirt, and they will be dirt. Treat them like human beings, and they will act like human beings.”
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As the heads of state and government for the 28 members of NATO gather in Warsaw Friday and Saturday, there are choppy waters ahead for the venerable alliance. At the top of the agenda is the fraught...
"What if this were happening here to us in a developed country somewhere?"
What if you had to make a decision between continuing to work as a child laborer to make ends meet for your family or planning to risk the choppy waters and dangerous journey of taking a refugee boat from Turkey to Greece? This is the dilemma of Shrivan, a 16-year-old boy who fled Aleppo, Syria three years ago to southern Turkey.