Shifts away from Islamism require grassroots, ground-up approaches to change.
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Our grandparents shouldn't lose out on life just because they age.
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If you're not in Europe, Africa or the Middle East, don't worry, you can still watch a live webcast of the penumbral lunar eclipse via the Slooh space camera starting today at 6 p.m. ET.