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Elvira Sastre, When A Poet Goes Viral / CLARIN How do we know that Elvira Sastre, a young voice, a self-described millennial poet, is a bona fide literary phenomenon?

MBS And Millennials, Inside Saudi Prince's Youth Strategy / LE FIGARO RIYADH — In the span of a few months, Hind al-Zahid’s life has changed for the better.

Museums For Selfies: A New Kind Of Culture Or Pure Commerce? / LE TEMPS SAN FRANCISCO — In the center of San Francisco, an elegant building with columns attracts attention.

Trump, Jerusalem And The End Of American Diplomacy / LE MONDE -Editorial- PARIS — Alone against everyone. U.S. President Donald Trump ignored all the warnings, stated in polite or pressing terms depending on the leader, and all pleas, even the Pope's, and duly announced Wednesday that the United...

A License Plate My Mother Could Love / WORLDCRUNCH Over the years, I took pictures of license plates — they'd help me remember where I went without having to write things down in a notebook.

Why Women Are Better Suited For Work In Our AI Future / AMERICA ECONOMIA -Analysis- CARACAS — Robotics, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other disruptive technologies of the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution will be shaping labor markets very soon.

The Chinese Way: Power Of But Never For Or By The People / YONDER For decades, China has been on everyone’s mind, with the country’s incredible pace of change and transformation.

In Ivory Coast, Stars Campaign To Keep People From Emigrating / LA STAMPA ABIDJAN — Jumping and dancing to the rhythm of the popular urban music zouglou, they snap pictures on their smartphones of their idols performing onstage.

Donald Trump And Jerusalem: It's Complicated / BLOOMBERG NEWS JERUSALEM — Calling it a "recognition of reality" and "the right thing to do," President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that the U.S.

Why The World Can No Longer Ignore Bitcoin / LES ECHOS -Analysis- PARIS — The whole world has been talking about it for over a week, and yet, — admit it — you still don’t quite get what all the Bitcoin fuss is about.

A Cruel History Lesson In Argentina's Vanishing Submarine / CLARIN -Essay- BUENOS AIRES — We are enslaved by what we deny, and transformed by what we are able to truly accept.

Erdogan’s Purge Stretches All The Way To Pakistan / KBR KARACHI — A Turkish family is rushing out to a weekend protest in this populous Pakistani city; outside the Karachi Press Club, Turkish residents release doves as a sign of peace; 25 Turkish teachers plea for safety in Pakistan.

Relaxing With The Indian Maidens / WORLDCRUNCH The Courtyard of the Maidens is one of the most popular destinations in Udaipur, in the Indian state of Rajasthan.

O Mandela, Where Art Thou? / WORLDCRUNCH -Analysis- Exactly four years have passed since Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid icon, died at the age of 95.

Less Sex? Too Bad! How Society Must Change Post-Weinstein / THE WASHINGTON POST -OpEd- WASHINGTON — The backlash to the #MeToo movement has begun.

From Maduro To Kitties, The Other Side Of The Bitcoin Formula / WORLDCRUNCH -Analysis- After running into some trouble at the end of last week, the virtual currency bitcoin has hit a new high and is now approaching the $12,000-mark, just days after passing $10,000 for the first time.

Syria's Next Battle: Deradicalization In Ruins Left By ISIS / SYRIA DEEPLY RAQQA — With the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) in retreat in northern and eastern Syria, activists are refocusing their efforts on counter-extremism and establishing deradicalization programs with the hope of erasing the militants’...

When A Movie About Rape Gets Past Pakistan's Censors / THE WIRE “Power di game saari, power di game ah, Ullu di pathi tenu samajh kyun ni aandi ae?

Ostrich-And-Egg Arithmetic / WORLDCRUNCH It took 14 tourists — including my wife and I — to eat a gigantic omelette made with a single ostrich egg.

AI Enters Medicine, But Can Doctors Be More Human? / WORLDCRUNCH PARIS — With breakthroughs in Artificial Intelligence promising to revolutionize all aspects of our lives, the field of medicine is far from immune.