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Global Newsstand: Citizenship should be inclusive, not exclusive, even for ISIS members, and more

Dawn / Karachi, PakistanCitizenship should be inclusive, not exclusive

“In 2016, British Prime Minister Theresa May derided cosmopolitan elite as ‘citizens of nowhere,’ ” writes Huma Yusuf. “Her government is now taking this phrase too literally in its attempts to strip Shamima Begum – a teenaged UK citizen of Bangladeshi heritage who joined the militant Islamic State (IS) group –

The Independent / LondonThe new independent party may be exactly what the British government needsThe Manila Times / ManilaThe Catholic Church must show concrete progress on sexual abuseSouth China Morning Post / Hong KongTo facilitate economic growth, governments need to find ways to cooperateThe New Times / Kigali, RwandaCybersecurity is a serious concern

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