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A reporter’s journey through Tripoli: Long lines, kidnappings and murder

A reporter’s journey through Tripoli: Long lines, kidnappings and murder
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-08-02


TRIPOLI, Libya — The line at the bank was two blocks long and Abdul bin Naji was once again praying for the doors to open. He desperately needed his $60. With Libya in the throes of a currency crisis, that was the weekly limit for withdrawals. For the past month, though, the bank hadn’t had any cash. That didn’t stop bin Naji and hundreds of others from arriving every night to get a good...(Read More)

With U.S. scholar’s conviction, power struggle escalates between Iran’s president and hard-liners

With U.S. scholar’s conviction, power struggle escalates between Iran’s president and hard-liners
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-07-18


ISTANBUL — A high-stakes power struggle between Iran’s moderate president and his hard-line opponents in the judiciary appeared to escalate with the arrest of the president’s brother and the conviction of an American student for espionage this weekend — rulings that seemed timed to embarrass the Iranian leader at home and abroad.President Hassan Rouhani, who was reelected in a landslide...(Read More)

A new Jewish settlement begins to rise in the West Bank 

A new Jewish settlement begins to rise in the West Bank 
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-07-01


SHILOH, West Bank — It doesn’t look like much yet. The newest Jewish settlement, deep in the West Bank, is today just a scratch of road being clawed out of chalky hillside by earth-moving machines.But Avihai Boaron sees milk and honey here — and a new home for himself and the 40 families who were forcibly evicted from their illegal outpost by Israeli police in February.“I see all these mountains...(Read More)

London attack toll rises to 7 dead as Theresa May insists ‘things need to change’

London attack toll rises to 7 dead as Theresa May insists ‘things need to change’
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-06-04


LONDON — The death toll rose to seven Sunday in the latest terrorist attack to strike Britain, with Prime Minister Theresa May blaming the “evil ideology of Islamist extremism” and vowing to conduct a review of the nation’s counterterrorism laws.London Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick confirmed that seven people were killed in Saturday night’s incident, in which a van...(Read More)

Russian found guilty of inciting religious hatred — for playing ‘Pokémon Go’ in church

Russian found guilty of inciting religious hatred — for playing ‘Pokémon Go’ in church
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-05-11


MOSCOW — A judge in Russia’s fourth-largest city has convicted a blogger who played “Pokémon Go” in a renowned Orthodox cathedral of inciting religious hatred and insulting the feelings of believers, the state RIA-Novosti news agency reported Thursday.Ruslan Sokolovsky, 22, was given a suspended sentence of 3½ years for playing the mobile phone game during a service in the Church...(Read More)

In French debate, insults fly

In French debate, insults fly
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-05-04


PARIS — At the end of France’s contentious presidential campaign, Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen faced off Wednesday in a televised debate marked by hostility and insult.The event was intended as a final exchange between the two candidates left standing before the second and final round of the vote — a contest that, this year, could determine the future of the European Union.But despite...(Read More)

Smog becomes a political issue in South Korean election

Smog becomes a political issue in South Korean election
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-05-02


SEOUL — A rare springtime election will send South Koreans to the polls early next month, but here in smog-bound Seoul they may be gasping all the way. Spring is notorious for its poor air quality here. The combination of smog and the yellow dust that descends from Mongolia’s Gobi Desert every spring has produced pollution so thick that on the worst days — and there have been many of them...(Read More)

The ANC is Mandela’s legacy. Now his granddaughter has renounced South Africa’s ruling party.

The ANC is Mandela’s legacy. Now his granddaughter has renounced South Africa’s ruling party.
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-04-29


JOHANNESBURG — She was the eldest grandchild of Nelson Mandela, and that meant politics were woven into her life. As a child, it meant visiting her grandfather in prison as he served time for fighting apartheid. Later, it meant celebrating in the presidential office as the racist system fell.And always, it meant that Ndileka Mandela was an exalted member of the African National Congress (ANC),...(Read More)

Smog becomes a political issue in South Korean election

Smog becomes a political issue in South Korean election
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-04-27


SEOUL — A rare springtime election will send South Koreans to the polls early next month, but here in smog-bound Seoul they may be gasping all the way. Spring is notorious for its poor air quality here. The combination of smog and the yellow dust that descends from Mongolia’s Gobi Desert every spring has produced pollution so thick that on the worst days — and there have been many of them...(Read More)





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