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After First U.S. Debate, View From Undecided Pennsylvania / THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept. 27, 2016 Most pundits agreed that Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton scored a solid victory over Republican Donald Trump in the highly anticipated first debate of the 2016 U.S.

Sexism, Italian-Style: Bad News For My Eight-Year-Old Daughter / RUE AMELOT TRIESTE — Nine years ago, when I discovered that I was pregnant — as those who read my column at the time may recall — I was shocked.

The Trump-Clinton Race For Silicon Valley Support / BLOOMBERG NEWS Donald Trump has few supporters in liberal Silicon Valley: even Peter Thiel, the PayPal co-founder and Facebook board member, who spoke for Trump at the Republican National Convention, hasn't given a cent to the campaign.

Colombia, Now To The People / WHILE YOU SLEPT SPOTLIGHT: COLOMBIA, NOW TO THE PEOPLE When Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos signed an agreement yesterday with top rebel FARC commander Rodrigo “Timochenko” Londoño, the pair used pens made from the casings of bullets.

In Increasingly Virtual World, Reality Becomes A Luxury / LES ECHOS -Essay- PARIS — Will reality become a rare commodity? The digital revolution has given humans the greatest power — that of creating and manipulating reality.

Sturdy Sentinel

For centuries, the thick walls of the Saksaywaman citadel have been looking over the valley of Cuzco, the historic capital of the Inca Empire.

Earth’s Expanding Greenery Has An Unlikely Hero / SUDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG MUNICH — Planet Earth is growing greener. In Canada and the Russian hinterland of Siberia, coniferous forests crowd the tundra, where previously one could find only grass and shrub.

How FARC Deal Could Change The Way Colombians Treat Each Other / EL ESPECTADOR -OpEd- BOGOTÁ — Has the prospect of peace in Colombia, a country that has seen five decades of fighting between communist guerrillas and government troops, changed the way Colombians speak to one another?

U.S. Debate Day, The World Is Watching / WHILE YOU SLEPT The United States, and much of the rest of the world, will turn its collective attention tonight to the campus of Hofstra University, where Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will hold their first presidential debate.

Local Daily Names Cost Of War As Colombian Peace Deal Signed / EL TIEMPO El Tiempo — Sept. 26, 2016 "Peace after 267,162 dead,” declares the stark headline on the front page of newspaper El Tiempo on Monday as Colombia gets ready for a historic accord between the government and the Revolutionary Armed...

Southeastern Smile

There's something striking about Southeast Asian countries: More than any of the countless other places where I've pulled out my camera, people like this rickshaw driver on the Indonesian island of Java, would naturally just smile back at...

The Bataclan, Aching To Rock ’n Roll Again After Paris Attack / LE FIGARO PARIS — The Bataclan concert hall is set to reopen a year after Islamists militants attacked the venue, killing 90 people there last November.

Cuzco, A Living Ode To Peru's Pre-Colonial Past / EL ESPECTADOR CUZCO — High up in the Andes mountains is a magical city with a rich history that began long before Peru was Peru.

Presidential Debate, Mister Television V. Madam Secretary / THE WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON — In 1980, in one of his first big TV interviews, Donald Trump was asked whether television was ruining politics.

Will Algorithms Make Financial Advisers Obsolete? / AMERICA ECONOMIA -Analysis- SANTIAGO — Personal investors increasingly want more options and new models, and increasingly the search is for greater client participation.

Water Is The New Oil — The Rising Threat Of "Blue Gold" Wars / LES ECHOS PARIS — In August 2015, rebels fighting Bashar al-Assad’s Syrian regime sabotaged a water source a few kilometers north of Damascus.

Lessons For Duterte, Why Thailand Softened Its Drug War / KBR BANGKOK — Winai was just 12 years old when he started taking amphetamine pills.

Lessons For Duterte? Why Thailand Softened Its Drug War / KBR BANGKOK — Winai was just 12 years old when he started taking amphetamine pills.

This Brazilian Girl Read 560 Books And She’s Not Even 12 / FOLHA DE S. PAULO SAO JOSE DO RIO PRETO — At 11, Kaciane do Nascimento has become a bit of a celebrity.

Cost Of Spain’s Political Crisis Tallied In Pizzas / EL MUNDO MADRID — The political gridlock in Spain is getting just a bit silly: two general elections and endless soap-operatic negotiations since December 2015 have yet to produce a stable government among the bickering parties.