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Glowing Bacteria May One Day Protect People From Landmines

Glowing Bacteria May One Day Protect People From Landmines

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Trilobites How Glowing Bacteria in the Dirt May One Day Save Lives Researchers in Israel have recently detailed progress in developing sensors…

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A Roadblock for Iran’s President-Elect: He’s on the U.S. Sanctions List

A Roadblock for Iran’s President-Elect: He’s on the U.S. Sanctions List

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story A Roadblock for Iran’s President-Elect: He’s on the U.S. Sanctions List Ebrahim Raisi, a close ally of the country’s supreme leader, Ayatollah…

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Iran’s Incoming President Vows Tough Line on Missiles and Militias

Iran’s Incoming President Vows Tough Line on Missiles and Militias

The Iran Nuclear Deal Iran’s Push to Enrich UraniumThe Recent TalksPath Back to an AccordTrump Abandons AgreementHistoric 2015 Deal Reached Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Iran’s Incoming…

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Fight Over a Gentle Stream Distills Israel’s Political Divide

Fight Over a Gentle Stream Distills Israel’s Political Divide

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Israel Dispatch Fight Over a Gentle Stream Distills Israel’s Political Divide Who gets to enjoy the Asi, an exquisite squiggle of water?…

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Glowing Bacteria May One Day Protect People From Landmines

Glowing Bacteria May One Day Protect People From Landmines

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Trilobites Glowing Bacteria May One Day Protect People From Land Mines Researchers in Israel have recently detailed progress in developing sensors that…

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Glowing Bacteria May One Day Protect People From Landmines

Glowing Bacteria May One Day Protect People From Landmines

Researchers in Israel have recently detailed progress in developing sensors that light up in the presence of a chemical linked to deadly explosives.

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Iran’s Incoming President Vows Tough Line on Missiles and Militias

Iran’s Incoming President Vows Tough Line on Missiles and Militias

Ebrahim Raisi, Iran’s ultraconservative president-elect, said he would not meet with President Biden and that Tehran’s position on its ballistic missile program was “nonnegotiable.”

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Fight Over a Gentle Stream Distills Israel’s Political Divide

Fight Over a Gentle Stream Distills Israel’s Political Divide

Who gets to enjoy the Asi, an exquisite squiggle of water? The question has come to symbolize the identity politics that divide Israeli society.

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Iran’s System Keeps Its Grip, Despite the Chaos (or Because of It)

Iran’s System Keeps Its Grip, Despite the Chaos (or Because of It)

Governments rooted in revolution like Tehran’s have proved to be among the world’s most stable, even drawing strength from crises.

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Iran’s System Keeps Its Grip, Despite the Chaos (or Because of It)

Iran’s System Keeps Its Grip, Despite the Chaos (or Because of It)

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story The Interpreter Iran’s System Keeps Its Grip, Despite the Chaos (or Because of It) Governments rooted in revolution like Tehran’s have proved…

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