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Muslim clerics approve new transgender rights

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Refugees’ asylum status determined by ‘Bible trivia’

Security forces and citizens inspect the scene after a suicide car bombing hit a crowded outdoor market in Baghdad's eastern Shiite neighborhood of Sadr City, Iraq, Tuesday, May 17, 2016. A wave of bombings struck outdoor markets in Shiite-dominated neighborhoods of Baghdad on Tuesday, killing and wounding dozens of civilians, officials said, the latest in deadly militant attacks far from the front lines in the country's north and west where Iraqi forces are battling the Islamic State group. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim)

ISIS bombings in Baghdad—a sign of things to come?

Afghan farmers collect raw opium as they work in a poppy field in Khogyani district of Jalalabad east of Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, May 10, 2013. Opium poppy cultivation has been increasing for a third year in a row and is heading for a record high, the U.N. said in a report. Poppy cultivation is also dramatically increasing in areas of the southern Taliban heartland, the report showed, especially in regions where thousands of U.S.-led coalition troops have been withdrawn or are in the process of departing. The report indicates that whatever international efforts have been made to wean local farmers off the crop have failed. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)

Opium feeding the Taliban’s ranks and its banks

young man holding game controller playing video games (Credit: wayne_0216 via fotolia)

Video game could help diagnose dementia

Large landing ships

Arms race beneath the Pacific

Haitians wait for the opening of the border between Jimani, Dominican Republic, and Malpasse, Haiti, on a market day, Thursday, June 18, 2015. As the Dominican Republic starts cracking down on migrants, the Dominican government is urging people to start carrying documents to prove they're residents and avoid deportation in case immigration agents stop them. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

Immigration in the Dominican: a glimpse of our future?

A North Korean man carries his country's national flag at the Pyongyang Indoor Stadium where people gathered for a mass dance party to celebrate the

North Korean senior espionage officer defects

In a world exclusive interview with Expressen's Kassem Hamadé the ex-wife Saga al-Dulaimi tells the story for the first time of what it was like to live with the most wanted man in the world (Credit: GEO expressen).

ISIS leader’s ex-wife speaks

Tokyo crowd (Credit: Lance Bellers via fotolia)

The new face of crime in Japan

Skyline of Singapore building at twilight

The world’s most expensive cities

Iranian flag on the Apostolic Palace Iranian President Hassan Rouhani private audience with Pope Francis, Vatican, Rome, Italy - 26 Jan 2016 (Rex Features via AP Images)

Iranian billionaire sentenced to death

In this photo provided by NASA, International Space Station (ISS) crew member Scott Kelly of the U.S. gestures after landing near the town of Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan, on Wednesday, March 2, 2016. The Soyuz TMA-18M spacecraft landed with Expedition 46 Commander Kelly of NASA and Russian cosmonauts Mikhail Kornienko and Sergey Volkov of Roscosmos. Kelly and Kornienko are completing an International Space Station record year-long mission to collect valuable data on the effect of long duration weightlessness on the human body that will be used to formulate a human mission to Mars. Volkov is returning after six months on the station (Bill Ingalls/NASA via AP)

Astronauts’ return brings us closer to Mars

In this Friday, Feb. 19, 2016 photo, people gather after an air strike on a house and training camp belonging to the Islamic State group, west of Sabratha, Libya. American F-15E fighter-bombers struck an Islamic State militant training camp in rural Libya near the Tunisian border Friday, killing dozens, probably including an IS operative considered responsible for deadly attacks in Tunisia last year, U.S. and local officials said. (AP Photo/Mohamed Ben Khalifa)

How Tunisia became an ISIS breeding ground

A young woman jumping in the air with joy in a field of green against a bright blue sky (Credit: Marcy Kellar via Flickr)

Global Crises and the Key to a Happy Soul

Syria conflict. File photo dated 18/11/15 of Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, who has said that a plan to begin a temporary ceasefire in Syria within a week is an

Time to “put up or shut up” in Syria

Newlywed Syrian couple Nada Merhi, 18, and Hassan Youssef, 27, pose for a wedding picture amid heavily damaged buildings in the war-ravaged city of Homs on Feb. 5. (Joseph Eid/Agence France-Presse)

Choosing hope in the midst of death

Implementing these bad boys in the Kakuma Refugee camp! (Safi Choo Toilet via Facebook)

A ‘clean toilet’ for the world

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks as he attends a Navy parade in Baltiisk, western Russia, during celebrations for Russian Navy Day, July 26, 2015 (Credit: AP Photo/Mikhail Klimentyev)

U.S. official calls Putin ‘a picture of corruption’

Saudi women shop at a mall in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The kingdom has announced on Monday, Dec. 28, 2015 a projected budget deficit in 2016 of $87 billion (327 billion riyals), as lower oil prices cut into the government's main source of revenue. (Credit: AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)

Unrest brews in Saudi Arabia as economy weakens

An elderly man from a Somali tribal clan carries an AK-47 and the Islamist black flag with the words 'There is no God but Allah and Mohamed Is the Prophet of Allah' as he vows to fight the Somali government forces and African Union peacekeeping troops in Mogadishu's Maslah Square neighborhood, March 5, 2011 (Credit: AP Photo/Farah Abdi Warsameh)

African Muslims save Christians from jihadists

Canadian pastor Hyeon Soo Lim (C) enters North Korea's top court in Pyongyang on Dec. 16, 2015. The court sentenced him to life in prison with hard labor for what it claimed to be anti-state acts. (Credit: AP Images/Kyodo)

North Korea sentences Canadian pastor to life in prison

Health workers prepare to collect the ashes of people that died due to the Ebola virus at a crematorium on the outskirts of Monrovia, Liberia, March 7, 2015 (Credit: AP Photo/ Abbas Dulleh)

The outcasts that helped to save a nation

Ernesto Montenegro, Director of the Colombian Institute of Anthropology and History of Colombia, talks to the media while he shows a picture of remains of the Galleon San Jose, a Spanish boat eighteenth century empire that sank in the Caribbean Sea loaded with gold, during a press conference in Cartagena, Colombia, December 5, 2015 (Credit: AP Photo/ Pedro Mendoza)

‘Holy Grail’ of shipwrecks found off Colombian coast

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