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The Belgian Federal Parliament building in Brussels, where a bill granting amnesty to surviving Nazi collaborators will be debated.

Political wrangling has left Belgium without a fully functioning government for a year. Now relations have been further strained by a bill that seeks amnesty for surviving Nazi collaborators and compensation for their descendants. Read more» 1

Montreal, 2007.

Naema Ahmed, a 29-year-old Egyptian, was attending a government-sponsored class in Montreal for immigrants who want to learn French. In the middle of writing an exam, she was pulled out of class by a provincial official, who gave her a stark choice — remove the veil or leave the class. Ahmed left. Read more»