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#1 Provocateurs

Sudan's Beauty Queen Wages Battle Against Colorism

Natalina Yacoub is campaigning against the rampant use of skin-bleaching products in a country that once celebrated its diversity.

#2 The Huddle

Move Over, Boston — This City Has Plans to Become America's Next Titletown

Two recent wins and the revival of major professional franchises have Philly fans planning more parades.

#3 Opinion

New Dawn Over Koreas, or Old Ploy From a New Kim?

Diplomat Kim Jong Un replaced the Rocket Man on Friday. That may mean he’s winning. 

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#4 Rising Stars

Japanese Comedian Reflects on Loneliness and Being Plus-Size

Instagram star Naomi Watanabe discusses how self-esteem is at the heart of her brand.

#5 True Story

How to Catch a Beating in Burma

Dave Leduc’s love of lethwei, one of the world’s most hardcore combat sports, lets him crack coconuts with his head. Can you do that?

#6 Immodest proposal

Hey Google, Let Us All Use Your Bikes!

The tech giant is littering Mountain View’s streets with bicycles that have no hope of return, unless …

#7 Flashback

The Failed Assassination Bid That Ended al-Qaeda's Stint in Sudan

When terrorists linked to Osama bin Laden tried — but failed — to kill Hosni Mubarak in 1995, it was the beginning of the end for al-Qaeda in Sudan. 

#8 Fast Forward

Farms Take Root Among NYC's Skyscrapers

Fueled by chefs and foodies who want fresher produce, agriculture is moving indoors in the Big Apple.

#9 Politics & Power

This Army Vet and Tech Entrepreneur Wants to Fix Washington

Joseph Kopser is the national Democrats’ dream candidate in a red congressional district — if only he can escape his primary.

#10 Good Sh*t

Sudan’s Mysterious, Almost-but-Not-Quite Liquor

This fizzy fermented date drink often shows up at parties. But it’s definitely not booze. Or is it?

South Korea

The Korean Version of Ping-Pong Diplomacy

The Korean Version of Ping-Pong Diplomacy

For a brief, shining moment in 1991, the two Koreas joined forces to conquer the world … that is, the table tennis world. 

Korea's 20-Something Poet Bridging History and Gender

Korea's 20-Something Poet Bridging History and Gender

South Korea’s Mental Health Problem — That Koreans Don’t Admit

South Korea’s Mental Health Problem — That Koreans Don’t Admit

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