Copwatch vs. Cops: After Freddie Gray

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In a year of violent police encounters, much of the conversation has been about cameras: Who should have them, what can they achieve and how can they improve the broken relationship between the police and African-American communities? Copwatch, an organization

Flirting With the Islamic State

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The conversations between a young woman in rural Washington State and a British man with ties to radical Islam may provide clues about how ISIS recruits new members around the world. Friends With ISIS: How To Tell One Young Woman’s

Sedition Fight in Malaysia

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A British colonial-era law is being used to charge and investigate politicians, activists, academics and students in Malaysia. But a law professor is challenging its constitutionality.

The Jihadist in Our Family, From Malaysia to Syria

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  KUALA KETIL, Malaysia — A year ago, Mohd Lotfi Ariffin bid his family goodbye and headed for Syria, where he intended to fulfill what he saw as his religious duty fighting President Bashar al-Assad. He left behind his wife, their

WWI Military Multipliers of Death

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In World War I, technical advances in warfare on land, sea and even the air put deadly new tools in the hands of millions, and death and destruction resulted on a scale without precedent.

A Vote Against Violence for Indian Women

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After a brutal gang rape in New Delhi, something changed in India. But maybe not a lot for the country’s politicians. For Nasreen Jahan, the fight for justice in this election season is personal.

The Truth Behind a Fatal G.M. Crash

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Nearly a decade ago, Rhonda Erickson’s son died in a car accident. It is now known his is one of the thirteen deaths tied to General Motors’ ignition switch malfunction.

Times Doc: What drives Indians to vote BJP, Congress and AAP?

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A journey across the world’s largest democracy. This year’s race between the Indian National Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party reveals deep divisions in society and politics

What Modi said to The New York Times in 2002

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Narendra Modi from the Bharatiya Janata Party could possibly be India’s next prime minister. A look at his controversial past and economic promises.