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“Many Iranians feel that they were expected to accept strict limits on their nuclear program while other countries—including Pakistan, Israel and even the U.s.—are allowed to continue their nuclear developmen­t,” wrote Newsweek as internatio­nal sanctions against Iran were lifted in exchange for Iran’s nod to limit its nuclear program. “For all those in Iran who want reform, there are as many who resist change.” Last month, the Internatio­nal Atomic Energy Agency detected that Iran enriched uranium to a new high—84 percent purity, just below the 90 percent necessary for a bomb.


“The Cubans, who are renowned for shedding their blood anywhere and at any time for a just struggle and cause, are standing alongside the Ethiopian People’s Army,” Newsweek said. Today, the diplomatic ties between Cuba and Ethiopia remain strong, with an agreement in November to further expand cooperatio­n.


“The epidemic has clearly broken out into the broader population and is continuing, even now, to make its silent inroads of infection while many maintain an attitude of complacenc­y,” Newsweek said. Around 1.2 million people in the U.S. today are living with HIV, about 13 percent of whom are unaware of their status.

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