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Students praying at an Islamic boarding school in Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia. Credit Binsar Bakkara/Associated Press

From the International New York Times- Islamic boarding schools have existed for centuries in the country, and are mostly a bulwark against extremism.

Carl De Keyzer/Magnum Photos The Great Hall of the People, Tiananmen Square, Beijing, 2007

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.

Selina PfrünerDER SPIEGEL Constance de Vries, 65, is a doctor with the Levendseindekliniek, or "end of life clinic," located in The Hague. She prepares shots that will be used to administer euthanasia to Annie Bus, a 75-year-old patient.

From Der Spiegel-The Dutch can visit a Levendseindekliniek, or “end of life clinic,” if their

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