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Horse-Drawn Time Machine


Granted, it was the '60s — but of which century?

What Brexit Means For Those Polish Immigrants In The UK


Worldcrunch.com / LE MONDE SLOUGH — Pawle, Karol and Marcim are flying high. Poland has just defeated Switzerland in a penalty shootout in the Euro soccer championship this past Saturday, to reach the quarterfinals.

Snake Charmer — Video Quote Of The Day

Could Brazil’s Economy Recover In 2017?


Worldcrunch.com / CLARIN BUENOS AIRES — Brazil's recession is following an almost identical path to the Argentine crisis 1998-2002, perhaps not surprisingly, as very similar factors were at play in both cases.

"The World’s Most German Jew" Takes On Neo-Nazis And Tinder Love


Worldcrunch.com / DIE WELT BERLIN — Shahak Shapira is the Israeli-born son of a Holocaust survivor and Munich Olympic victim.

UK Downgraded, Diploma Mills, Icelandic Screams

Worldcrunch.com / WHILE YOU SLEPT SPOTLIGHT: CAMERON & CORBYN, STANDARD & POOR’S What a difference a week makes.

Little Britain, Petite Europe — Lost In This Big Bad World


Worldcrunch.com / LES ECHOS -OpEd- PARIS — We could dream that the European project moving forward without the United Kingdom will be better after all.

Extra! Iceland Stuns England In Euro 2016

Worldcrunch.com / FRETTABLADID Fréttablaðið, June 28th Tuesday's edition of Icelandic daily Fréttablaðið features the national soccer team celebrating their historic win over England in the European Championship: "Iceland 2 - 1 England, where will this end?

Easy Way Up


To get from the foot of the butte Montmartre to the Sacré-Cœur basilica in Paris, you can either go up the 300 stairs or, since 1900, buy a ticket for the funicular.

How U.S. "Diploma Mills" Are Duping Chinese Students


Worldcrunch.com / CAIXINMEDIA -OpEd- BEIJING — Until the 1990s, studying abroad had been reserved for the elite.

How U.S. "Diploma Mills" Are Duping Chinese Students


Worldcrunch.com / CAIXINMEDIA -OpEd- BEIJING — Until the 1990s, studying abroad had been reserved for the elite.

The Many Benefits Of Joking On The Job


Worldcrunch.com / LE MONDE -Analysis- PARIS — It’s a company like any other, in the 11th arrondissement of Paris.

African Migrants’​ Transatlantic Route Floods Tiny Costa Rica


Worldcrunch.com / LA NACION (COSTA RICA) SAN JOSÉ — A troubling new sea-bound migration route has opened up, as some 20,000 migrants from African countries are believed to have flocked to Costa Rica, according to a recently released International Organization for Migration (IOM)...

Meet The First Transgender Legislator In The Philippines


Worldcrunch.com / KBR CALAPAN — In the heat and dust of summer, Geraldine Roman campaigned for Congress in pearl necklaces and lipstick, and the yellow shirt of her party, the governing Liberals.

British Mess, Fallujah Freed, Leo Leaving

Worldcrunch.com / WHILE YOU SLEPT SPOTLIGHT: BRITISH BREAKUPS AFTER BREXIT Whatever the result, last Thursday’s referendum was always going to leave Britain deeply divided.

A Mayan Line


One of the best things about traveling in organized tours is that you get priority tickets for everything, meaning that we never had to wait in line to get into the Vatican, the Taj Mahal, or in this case, the Mayan city of Tulum.

After Brexit, Where To Now For Europe?


Worldcrunch.com / SUDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG BERLIN — When exactly should the British leave? How should the European Union react?

Favela Tragedy, One More Mother With A Broken Heart


Worldcrunch.com / FOLHA DE S. PAULO RIO DE JANEIRO — Sheila Cristina da Silva came back from the market on Friday, June 10, to find her 20-year-old son lying on the pavement under a sheet.

Favela Tragedy, On More Mother With A Broken Heart


Worldcrunch.com / FOLHA DE S. PAULO RIO DE JANEIRO — Sheila Cristina da Silva came back from the market on Friday, June 10, to find her 20-year-old son lying on the pavement under a sheet.

Anonymity Killer, Russian App Takes Facial Recognition Mainstream


Worldcrunch.com / LE TEMPS MOSCOW — Big Brother is already within arm’s reach in Russia, and don't blame the Kremlin.


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