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How The Rev. Patrick Desbois Unwittingly Turned Into A Leading Expert In The Methods Of Genocide

Like many people, the Rev. Patrick Desbois in 2014 had never heard of the Yazidis, the ethnic religious minority being decimated by the Islamic State (ISIS) in northern Iraq.

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
April 23, 2018

Facing The Loss And Wages Of The Civil War

JEFFERSON DAVIS’S WIDOW PONDERS A DEBT SHE FEARS WILL NEVER BE FULLY REPAID.

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
April 23, 2018

"Cholitas' Take The Wheel

BOLIVIA – As recently as 10 years ago, Bolivia’s indigenous Aymara and Quechua women were socially ostracized and systematically marginalized.

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
April 23, 2018

Slovaks are asking for ‘normalcy'

Ten years of EU membership have not eased Slovakia’s woes

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
April 23, 2018

‘ Lean On Pete' Is A Tale Of A Boy And His Horse

DIRECTOR ANDREW HAIGH HAS A REAL FEELING FOR PEOPLE.

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
April 16, 2018

Making Peace With My Magnolia

IT CROWDS THE HOUSE. IT SHEDS LEAVES. IT BLOOMS ONCE. AND YET ...

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
April 16, 2018

Make A Difference

Hurricane Maria Upended Puerto Rico – And Its Fishing Industry. Raimundo Espinoza Chirinos Is Helping In An Innovative Way.

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
April 16, 2018

The Girls Who Took Over A Town

A group of teens in rural India, tired of do-nothing men, take dramatic steps to improve their village, demonstrating how to foster progress in the developing world.

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
April 16, 2018

Hotels Host Bees As Honored Guests

In San Francisco, hotels find beekeeping to be good for business – and community.

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
April 16, 2018

A More Complex View Of Afrikaans

Supporters argue the language was born of a blend of cultures

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
April 16, 2018

Why won't my animals listen to me?

A horse, a cow, and a steer all share the same attitude toward shelter and warmth.

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
March 26, 2018

In Philadelphia, home to Boathouse Row, Nicholas Pagon gives students a chance to build their own seaworthy craft.

In Philadelphia, home to Boathouse Row, Nicholas Pagon gives students a chance to build their own seaworthy craft.

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
March 26, 2018

Why we love this game

A splendid collection of basketball writing, just in time for season finals.

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
March 26, 2018

'Journey's End' shows horror of war, spirit that transcends it

The film is based on the oft-performed 1928 play.

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
March 26, 2018

A League of Their Own

Here comes the esports revolution. Are video gamers the tom bradys of tomorrow?

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The Christian Science Monitor Weekly
March 26, 2018