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University uniformity

Education | Signing—or writing—diversity statements is becoming a common part of the higher ed hiring process
by Leigh Jones
Posted 10/31/18, 04:57 pm

Students are usually at the center of free speech fights on university campuses—think Christian groups sanctioned for faith-based leadership requirements and both socialists and libertarians ordered not to pass out pamphlets without prior approval.

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Associated Press/Photo by Can Erok

Turkish prosecutor: Khashoggi strangled, dismembered

by Harvest Prude
Posted 10/31/18, 01:12 pm

A Turkish public prosecutor on Wednesday said Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was strangled and dismembered soon after he walked into the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul in a planned killing.

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Associated Press/Photo by Leo Correa

Bolsonaro takes Brazil to the right

International | Evangelicals may have played a major role in electing him president of the largest South American country
by Mindy Belz
Posted 10/29/18, 12:25 pm

BRAZIL: “This government will be a defender of the constitution, democracy, and of truth,” said incoming President Jair Bolsonaro after winning Sunday’s election. “This is a promise not of the party, a vain promise of man, it is a promise to God.” The former congressman’s victory marked a hard pivot right after the largest country in South America was overwhelmed by scandals on the left.

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