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June 24, 2021 President Joe Biden ordered troops in Afghanistan to return home by September. Why does a man from North Carolina promise to continue his work there? David Zucchino, winner earlier this month of a Pulitzer Prize for his book “The Murderous Coup of 1898 and the Rise of White Supremacy”, lives in Durham. …

“This must be a scam!” I thought, looking at my screen in disbelief. Social media is generally not a place where Saints are created. My own Facebook feed has become a jumble of travel photos, heated political opinions, and online quiz results that reveal what friends of romantic comedy characters would play based on their …

(June 27, 2021 / Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies) To what extent is a party whose roots are in the Muslim Brotherhood movement, and whose history is intertwined with the struggle against Zionism and the State of Israel, able to renounce its religious and national goals and to be satisfied with municipal conquests? This question …

Ofsted boss warns ‘militant’ activism in schools is a threat to education |  Schools

England’s school watchdog official denounced a new brand of ‘militant’ activism in school communities which she said led to confrontations inside and outside school gates and had a potentially limiting effect on education. Ofsted Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman has raised concerns not only about recent parental and community protests, which have forced children to cross …

Social media has lit up since Monday when Las Vegas defensive end Carl Nassib became the first active NFL player to declare himself gay. The 28-year-old defensive lineman for the Las Vegas Raiders, from West Chester, and former Penn State Nittany Lions, broke the news via video on Instagram in the most pragmatic fashion. He …

Rwanda cancels marriages after increase in Covid-19 cases

By AFP Kigali, Rwanda announced new restrictions on Monday, including a ban on marriages, as it struggles to contain an increase in coronavirus infections. “All social gatherings, including celebrations of all kinds, are prohibited,” a government statement said Monday evening. “Traditional, civil and religious marriages are suspended.” Other measures due to go into effect on …