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Michelin Starry Nights: A Taste of Iceland and the Faroe Islands

Michelin Starry Nights: A Taste of Iceland and the Faroe Islands

By Jill Gleeson | Jun 25
Nordic cuisine continues to reign supreme with new Michelin restaurants emerging in Iceland and the Faroe Islands.

Street Artist Banksy Splashes Paris with Works on Migrants

Street Artist Banksy Splashes Paris with Works on Migrants

Jun 25
Banksy is believed to have taken his message on migration to Paris, which has seen seven works attributed to the provocative British street artist.

Trump Says People from Mexico 'Invade' US

Trump Says People from Mexico 'Invade' US

By Darlene Superville | Jun 25
President Donald Trump compares people entering the U.S. from Mexico to invaders and says they should be immediately sent back without appearing before a judge.

Erdogan Seeks To Cement Power In Turkey's High-Stakes Votes

Erdogan Seeks To Cement Power In Turkey's High-Stakes Votes

By Suzan Fraser | Jun 24
Turkey held high-stakes presidential and parliamentary elections on Sunday that could consolidate President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's grip on power or curtail his vast political ambitions.

UK Euroskeptics Urge PM May to Prepare for 'No Deal' Brexit

UK Euroskeptics Urge PM May to Prepare for 'No Deal' Brexit

Jun 24
Pro-Brexit politicians and business figures have urged British Prime Minister Theresa May to be ready to walk away from the European Union without a trade agreement.

Saudi Women Take the Wheel as Longstanding Driving Ban Ends

Saudi Women Take the Wheel as Longstanding Driving Ban Ends

By Aya Batrawy | Jun 24
Saudi women drove to work and ran errands on Sunday, relishing the freedom to move about without relying on men after the kingdom lifted the world's last remaining ban on women driving.

Pro-EU Protesters March in London, Demand New Vote on Brexit

Pro-EU Protesters March in London, Demand New Vote on Brexit

By Jill Lawless | Jun 23
Tens of thousands of anti-Brexit protesters marched Saturday in London to demand a new referendum on leaving the European Union, as a divided Britain marked the second anniversary of its vote to quit the bloc.

Racist Tropes in Ramadan TV Satires Anger Black Arabs

Racist Tropes in Ramadan TV Satires Anger Black Arabs

By Fay Abuelgasim And Aya Batrawy | Jun 23
In an attempt to capitalize on what's become a ratings bonanza for Arabic satellite channels during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, two comedies struck the wrong chord.

Jerusalem Backlash Casts Shadow Over Eurovision Contest

Jerusalem Backlash Casts Shadow Over Eurovision Contest

By Tia Goldenberg | Jun 22
When the U.S. recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital, Israelis hoped other countries would follow suit. Instead, the move has created a backlash. The latest setback threatens the contested city's hopes of hosting the 2019 Eurovision song contest.

Confusion Swirls on Border After Trump Reversal on Families

Confusion Swirls on Border After Trump Reversal on Families

By Will Weissert, Susan Montoya Bryan and Colleen Long | Jun 22
Immigration enforcement on the U.S.-Mexico border was plunged deeper into chaos over President Donald Trump's reversal of a policy separating immigrant children from parents.

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