From the International New York Times- Islamic boarding schools have existed for centuries in the country, and are mostly a bulwark against extremism.
From the New York Review of Books- Liu Yu is one of China’s best-known America-watchers. The thirty-eight-year-old became famous in China in 2009 with her book “Details of Democracy,” that earned her the moniker “China’s de Toqueville” among her online following.
From Der Spiegel-The Dutch can visit a Levendseindekliniek, or “end of life clinic,” if their
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