May 30 Issue

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Somaly Mam saved countless girls in Cambodia. Does it matter if key parts of her story aren't true?
As the World Burns
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As the World Burns

São Paulo, Brazil—A man representing the Homeless Workers Movement runs past flaming tires with a Brazilian flag near Itaquerao Stadium. The protest movement has been ignited by the huge sums of money Brazil is spending on preparations for the World Cup, which begins June 12.
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The kidnapping of 276 Nigerian girls has put Islamist militants Boko Haram on the map. What do they want?
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A new surgical technique would use liquid metal to heal severed nerves

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