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Look: “Yellow vests” movement wakes up France

"Yellow vests" protests have rocked France for months. We watched angry demonstrators march in Brittany -- proof the movement is national in scope.

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In pursuit of stability: Why the EU was created

It may not seem like it today — with Brexit, nationalism and a resurgent Russia on its borders — but the EU was created to promote stability.

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Watch: A chat with one of Africa’s most powerful men

Sim Shagaya is one of the most powerful men in Africa. He told me the continent needs entrepreneurs with a vision, who put social good above mere profit.

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The time I showed Shirley MacLaine around Beijing

Last year, 140 million tourists visited China. In 1973, China was very selective about who got to enter. Hollywood star Shirley MacLaine was one of the few.

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Decoder: What is terrorism? And who are terrorists?

A bloody attack in New Zealand brought the word “terrorist” back into the headlines. What is terrorism, and why is the term controversial?

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China and India vie for dominance in Sri Lanka

China has dramatically increased its presence in Sri Lanka in the past decade. But so has India. Are the two giants in a race neither wants to lose?

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Decoder: What is terrorism? And who are terrorists?

A bloody attack in New Zealand brought the word “terrorist” back into the headlines. What is terrorism, and why is…

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Decoder: Making sense of the India-Pakistan flare-up

A decades-long conflict over Kashmir escalated rapidly last week. Here's why fights between India and Pakistan matter to the world.

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Decoder: What is Taiwan? An island? A country?

Taiwan is an economic powerhouse caught between China and the United States, facing an uncertain future: Independence, subjugation or status…

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Listen: Horses use tons of water. My school is on top of it

In drought-plagued California, my environmentally-conscious school is reducing the millions of gallons of water its 120 horses use each year.

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Listen: China steps forward as U.S. steps back

China is spreading its wings with its One Belt One Road initiative as an inward-looking U.S. turns the screws on trade. Will globalization be a victim?

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Listen: Standing up for gay rights in Israel

Israel is the most gay-friendly nation in the Middle East. But it's not perfect. Listen to two activists discuss their work to uphold gay rights in Israel.

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