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For Greece, things could get worse before they improve - so how do you cope with a crisis like this? Stoicism, a Greek-inspired school of philosophy, may help writes professor William Irvine.
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A small group of activists pushed the burning of black churches in the American south onto the news agenda, although it's unclear whether the incidents are linked or what the motivation is behind them.
More than one million people died in East Africa during World War One - some soldiers were forced to fight members of their own families, writes Oswald Masebo.
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