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    The Islamization of the Balkans

    The USA and NATO liberated Kosovo in 1999, but in recent years a new generation in the Balkans, weighed down by a poor economy and corrupt government, has turned anti-American, influenced increasingly by conservative Islam. McClatchy reporter Jonathan Landay discusses his recent trip to the Balkans...

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    North Korean defectors speak out

    Thousands of North Koreans are being forced to work abroad for little to no pay to support the North Korean regime, according to human rights groups and East Asia experts. A group of defectors now living in South Korea testified about the practice of forced labor and provided recommendations for ...

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    A young Armenian Tours the Lost Homeland

    A young Armenian photographer takes a 3000-mile tour through the cities and villages in Turkey where her ancestors lived before they were deported and massacred by the Ottoman Turks starting in 1915, in what Pope Francis said is "widely considered the first genocide of the 20th century." (Photography...

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    Surey Manukyan of the Armenian Genocide Museum discusses the masscres

    Surey Manukyan, deputy director of the Armenian Genocide Museum, discusses the massacres and deportations from Ottoman Turkey that began a century ago. (Roy Gutman/McClatchy)

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    Palestinians in the West Bank protest the Israeli boycott

    Palestinians in the West Bank protest the Israeli boycott. By Daniella Cheslow of McClatchy.

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    Parents of Austin Tice help shape hostage family experience

    906 days since freelance journalist Austin Tice went missing on assignment in Syria, parents Debra and Marc Tice sit down with McClatchy before a #FreeAustinTice press conference where they discuss the US Hostage Policy Review.

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    Israelis Covering the Islamic State

    Israelis watching the Kurdish routing of the Islamic State in Kobani this week had a unique understanding of events thanks to Israeli journalists Itai Anghel and Eddie Gerald who reported on the battle with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. All photos by Eddie Gerald. Report by Daniella Cheslow...

  • POLITICS VIDEO

    Obama shakes hands with Indian residents

    First-ever president to visit over Republic Day, Obama meets and greets Indian residents in their home country during his three-day visit touring the northern regions.

  • POLITICS VIDEO

    'What Obama means to India?'

    Indian residents answer the question, speaking out on their thoughts of President Obama as he visits over the country's 66th Republic Day and wraps in talks of economy and trade.

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    Iraqi's passion for music marks him for attack

    Ahmed Abdulateef has lost his home and family because of his passion for music, which extremists in Iraq view as forbidden in Islam. Now he's applying for asylum in the United States, hoping to win the sanctuary that he says will save his life.

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