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fields to keep the peace from Belfast to Baghdad.
With Obama and Erdogan battling over Kobani's fate, the U.S. has begun
airdrops of ammo and supplies to the city's beleaguered defenders.
The heated race between Rousseff and Neves conceals
the most important fact: There's not much daylight between the candidates.
When the U.S. projects its power abroad, does the Constitution come along?
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Hong Kong's ongoing democracy protests; Eid al-Adha prayers in Indonesia; and skateboarding in Panama City.
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