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What poses a greater risk to French school children: a potential terror attack, or smoking cigarettes?
 
Would leaving the EU make Great Britain "greater" or risk its global power status?
 
The Paris Agreement to try to cap global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius was a stunning political victory for poor countries threatened by climate change.
 
Children are the future of our world; they are our progeny. Minors are dependent on us, the adults, no matter where they live and who their parents are. They are the innocents who have a long way to go to be able to separate the grain from the chaff. They are the pure souls who believe in a bright life.
 
Brazilians clamoring for President Dilma Rousseff's ouster like to refer to the scandal-tainted politician who launched the impeachment drive in Congress as their "favorite villain."
 
China failed last week to pressure Japan and other G-7 countries into not discussing the South China Sea when they met in Hiroshima. Instead, foreign ministers from the seven countries issued a joint statement on maritime security on April 11 which, without mentioning China by name, emphasized the "fundamental importance of peaceful management and settlement of disputes."
 
Here on the front line against Boko Haram, no one boasts of having "technically" won the war.
 
President Barack Obama's plan to delay deportation for nearly half of the nation's 11 million undocumented immigrants was fraught with uncertainty Monday, as U.S. Supreme Court justices signaled deep divisions.
 
With President Dilma Rousseff's impeachment case moving to the Senate, the fate of Latin America's biggest country rests in part on Renan Calheiros -- a man, who like most Brazilian lawmakers, faces hair-raising legal problems of his own.
 
Last week, Sun Wenlin and Hu Minglian asked the mainland authorities in Changsha to register them as married. Messrs. Sun and Hu are gay and so their application was turned down by the city government. The appeal that they lodged to a local court was also promptly dismissed.
 
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