October 24 Issue

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As Dzhokhar Tsarnaev awaits trial for his alleged role in the Boston Marathon bombing, many of the women in his life are still proclaiming his innocence—and pushing for jihad
Umbrella Organization
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Umbrella Organization

Hong Kong—A pro-democracy protester holds an umbrella during a performance in the streets outside government headquarters on October 9. After the government announced it was willing to talk, the protests waned, but an 11th-hour cancellation of the planned meeting by the government sent people back into the streets of Hong Kong’s financial district. As the movement enters its third week, pro-government protesters scuffled with protesters and tore down their signs and barriers. Police intervened to separate the two factions.
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In Ukraine's North Luhansk, the ceasefire is fragile, money is scarce, and people are hedging bets between Kiev and Moscow

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The beheadings by ISIS have revolted the world. But in Saudi Arabia, public decapitations remain commonplace
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