Articles by Hannah Gais
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Syria's rich cultural history is at risk of becoming another victim of the civil war.
Africa is the global swing vote and it’s swinging away from the U.S.
The Turkish prime minister’s crackdown on dissent sparked the Taksim Square protests.
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As the white smoke clears, Italy—and the rest of Europe's—monopoly on the papacy seems to have ended, at least for a time.
Former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou outlined what he called three popular "myths" about the crisis in Greece.