Alexandra Hartmann
Alexandra Hartmann
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Everything You Need to Know About Boko Haram, the Group Kidnapping Nigerian Girls

No, their name doesn't mean "Western education is sinful."

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The Media Is Telling Us the Wrong Story About the Kidnapped Girls in Nigeria

No, "we" are not all the Nigerian girls.
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Over Two Million Brazilians Fought Back Against Their Government's Assault on Gay Rights

As lawmakers in Brazil are increasingly attempting to scale back gay rights, these men and women are standing up.
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Instead of Using Footage of Actual Korean Mourners, Fox News Gets Creative

Because all Asians look the same, right?
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Only 1 in 7 People Worldwide Live in a Country With a "Free" Press

And there's a chance that you're not one of them.

Canada's Government Confirms What Its Aboriginal Community Knew All Along

Over 1,000 native women have gone missing over the past 30 years – and they face more violence than other women.

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Devastated Mothers of Missing Nigerian Girls Rally Against the Government That's Failed Them

"If this happened anywhere else in the world, more than 200 girls kidnapped and no information for more than two weeks, the country would be brought to a standstill."
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9 Photos Show What's Happening in Turkey Right Now

Barricades, and 40,000 police officers couldn't keep protesters out of Istanbul's Taksim Square.
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9 Photos From Brazil That Everyone Needs to See Ahead of the World Cup

The games have come at a steep cost for Brazilians.
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How Children Are Paying the Price of South Sudan's Brutal Civil War

The UN revealed today that 9,000 children are serving as soldiers.
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Tunisia Just Took a Step on Women's Rights the U.S. Has Yet to Make

Your move, America.

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John Oliver Brilliantly Takes Down the Media for Ignoring the World's Biggest Election

The fact that the likely winner may have helped orchestrate the mass murder of Muslims seems not to bother anyone in the U.S.
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15 Photos That Show Just How Brutal the World's Police Forces Have Become

So much for protect and serve.

It's About to Become Much Harder for Russians to Speak Freely

Putin has declared war on the internet.
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One Year Later, Here's Every Company That Hasn't Paid the Bangladesh Factory Victims

It's time for these companies to pay up.
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Why Factory Workers in South Korea Are Rising Up Against Smartphone Companies

And you should be too.

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There's Been a Massacre in South Sudan, and No One's Talking About It

A tragedy for the world's youngest nation.
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The Internet Has a Message For Tony Blair Now That He's Babbling About the Middle East Again

Because he proved such a visionary on Middle East issues while he was in power ...
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New Data Shows America Has Lost One of the Things That Made It Great

Will this be a wake-up call for the United States?
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The Surprising Moral Issue That Has Americans Split

The U.S. polls more conservatively than 15 other countries on this issue.