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The car-ramming incident capped a day of tension and physical clashes between hundreds of white supremacists and neo-Nazis and groups of opposing demonstrators.

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As the U.N. Conference on Migration ends Tuesday in Morocco, a reflection on climate as a driving cause of migration is necessary. 

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Trudeau and his government will certainly be judged by future generations, as his predecessors were judged for their past sins, for choosing, despite the passage of time, to stand on the wrong side of history.

Migration in Cyprus from war-torn countries in the Middle East is on the rise as other European countries close their borders. 

The prizes were delivered by Wole Soyinka who is a renowned African novelist and play writer and the recipient of the Nobel Prize for literature (1986).

A UN proposal for the joint control of a key port in Yemen by the government and rebels could be a big step to bring about peace in a war-torn country.

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