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To build a high-end, self-contained city in a conflict zone. Kate Shuttleworth visits the mega-development known as Rawabi under construction in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
There is no violet in the future of conservative but high-minority states like Mississippi and Texas, where notoriously hyper-conservative electorates are likely to flip in the not-so-distant future. Ryan Nave reports.
Nat Rudarakanchana looks at the trend toward private equity firms investing in socially conscious causes -- or divesting from dubious ones, with the Newtown shootings as an example.
How about its capital, whose catchy self-description is “The City of 52 Kilometers”? Joe Hammond explores the bitterly cold Russian region, the latest addition to the world’s list of oil-rich, terrorism-vulnerable states.
Violent protests and tourism bans come in response to persistent bullfighting in rural France. Chris Zara reports.
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