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Up Close With Dr. Zee, The Godfather Of Legal Highs / SUDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG AMSTERDAM — Very few people know Dr. Zee's real name. There's a reason for that.

Trump's Policy Toward Latin America Is Worse Than Just A Wall / EL ESPECTADOR -OpEd- BOGOTÁ –– For some time now, Latin America has not figured on the U.S.

A Space Of Her Own: Pakistan’s Ladies Dhaba / KBR KARACHI — At Pakistan’s largest truck terminal in this city, drivers sip hot tea at a small roadside stall called a "dhaba" in between their shifts.

Four Years, 100 Days: The Hard Work Of Popes And Presidents / WORLDCRUNCH -Analysis- Buenos Aires, 2013. At the ripe age of 76, Jorge Mario Bergoglio seems destined to wind down an illustrious career in the Catholic hierarchy as the widely respected and mostly beloved Archbishop of the Argentine capital.

Macron v. Le Pen, A 200-Year-Old War Over Economic Philosophy / LES ECHOS PARIS — It so happens that the presidential election in France is taking place almost 200 years to the day after the first publication of On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation, by the legendary British political economist David...

Greenland, Victim Of Denmark's Linguistic Colonialism / LA STAMPA COPENHAGEN — In the picturesque Danish capital, it's easy to overlook the men lying on public benches with a beer in hand, or assume they're immigrants from Southern Europe.

In "Another" Washington, Folks (Mostly) Sticking With Trump / THE WASHINGTON POST -Analysis- WASHINGTON (Indiana) — This city of 11,000, nestled among a handful of low hills rising from table-flat Hoosier farm fields, is 680 miles from the other Washington, but the cultural and political divide may be even greater than...

New Leader Of Le Pen’s Party Accused Of Gas Chamber Denial / LA CROIX PARIS — Far-right leader Marine Le Pen planned to spend the next two weeks trying to build her base, including more moderate voters, after clearing the first hurdle of the French election on Sunday.

Dark Times For Press Freedom, It's True / WORLDCRUNCH -Analysis- PARIS — Someone, somewhere will probably call this fake news.

New FARC Soccer Club Aims To Ease Colombian Guerrillas Into Society / EL ESPECTADOR BOGOTÁ — From "terror group" to soccer team. The FARC or Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, the communist guerrillas disbanding in a national peace deal, will start a soccer club as part of a social rehabilitation process that includes...

The French Ambition, Inside Macron’s Remarkable Climb To The Top / LE MONDE PARIS — "I have a feeling people are going to be talking about you." It was last Aug.

From Anne Frank To Le Pen, What's In A Name? / WORLDCRUNCH -Analysis- Today Donald Trump will deliver a speech at the Holocaust Memorial Museum for the National Day of Remembrance.

A Vicious Cycle of Poverty, Violence And Natural Disasters / AMERICA ECONOMIA -Analysis- LIMA — Peruvian historian Javier Puente's latest research includes some very interesting maps.

Blow Up The System, How The French Election Changed Everything / LE FIGARO -Analysis- PARIS — Such a result was unthinkable just a few months ago: For the first time in the more than half-century history of the Fifth Republic, the top two vote-getters in the first round of the French presidential election — now...

Macron-Le Pen, 13 French Newspapers On Unprecedented Election / WORLDCRUNCH PARIS — After France's two main political parties fell short in Sunday's first round voting, next month's second round will feature a showdown of centrist newcomer Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen.

Lights, Camera, Hamas: Palestinian Militants Shooting Film / LA STAMPA KHAN YUNIS — A small group of Orthodox Jews walks in the narrow streets of Jerusalem's old town, protected by Israeli border police armed with M16s.

French Election: A Nation Of Reason Sliding Into Political Extremism / LES ECHOS -OpEd- PARIS — Four different candidates are polling around 20%: Jean-Luc Mélenchon of the extreme left, centrist Emmanuel Macron, center-right François Fillon and Marine Le Pen of the far-right National Front party.

Why So Many Turks In Germany Back Erdogan's Quest For Power / SUDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG STUTTGART — Such are the consequences of a long-distance relationship.

Flying Blind, Trump’s Foreign Policy Keeps Allies Guessing / THE WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON, D.C. — As he nears his 100th day in office, President Donald Trump's efforts to appear decisive and unequivocal in his responses to fast-moving global crises have been undercut by a series of confusing and conflicting...

Paris Attack, French Elections, Heads And Hearts / WORLDCRUNCH -Analysis- PARIS — Warnings about an imminent terrorist attack had hung ominously in the air in the final weeks of the French presidential election.