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While Europeans decry America's gun obsession, European gun-makers have no qualms about selling firearms that are tightly regulated at home to the US. It comes as no surprise to discover where those guns pop up.
From Syria to Yemen and the US, the UN human rights body has delivered a scathing annual report on violations and threats to rights around the globe. Syria and Myanmar have some of the worst conditions.
Young Europeans recently gathered in Brussels for two days of debate and to vote on their vision for Europe. Things were more cheerful than when heads of state and government take part, says Uta Steinwehr from Brussels.
Germany awards numerous literature prizes — but this one is solely for non-European women. For 30 years, the LiBeratur Prize has given less represented female literary voices a platform.
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