Christian Science Monitor | All Stories Apple to build new campus with tax break funds 2018-01-18T17:37:51.254000000+00:00 Apple will construct a new campus using cash the company plans to bring back from overseas, taking advantage of a provision included in the recent overhaul of the US tax code. 2018: The year the European Union stands and delivers? 2018-01-18T17:26:51.845000000+00:00 After a year of challenges from the populist far right, Europe looks set for an opportunity to reform. French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel – if she can assemble a coalition – may not get a better chance. Will Europe speak up for cooperation? 2018-01-18T17:26:51.838000000+00:00 President Trump is expected to make his case for 'America First' at this month’s World Economic Forum. French President Macron and German Chancellor Merkel could offer an opposing view that values working together over self-interest. Indigenous Peruvians seek help from Pope Francis to regain access to Incan temple 2018-01-18T17:15:55.500000000+00:00 The most sacred temple in the Incan Empire came under Catholic control in the 16th century. The groups are appealing to Pope Francis, seen by many as sympathetic to the plight of indigenous people, for increased access the temple's ruins in Cuzco, Peru. Haitians in limbo as renewal of protection status uncertain 2018-01-18T17:15:55.497000000+00:00 Tens of thousands of Haitians are facing unemployment as the result of a delay in renewal guidelines. Although Haitians with temporary protected status are allowed to stay in the US until July 2019, their ability to work is hindered by a paperwork logjam. Zimbabwe plans first election without Mugabe 2018-01-18T17:15:55.493000000+00:00 President Mnangagwa unveiled plans on Thursday to hold open elections in Zimbabwe in four to five months – the first elections since the ouster of former President Robert Mugabe. On policy, Trump favors one side of red-blue divide 2018-01-18T17:15:55.379000000+00:00 From tax reform to offshore drilling, the Trump administration has made major policy moves that appear to favor red states and penalize blue ones, reflecting the GOP's control of government – and the degree to which the president is focused on his base. South Koreans chafe against North-South unified Olympics team 2018-01-18T16:53:51.733000000+00:00 An agreement to have North Korea and South Korea march under one flag and field a joint hockey team in the Winter Olympics has triggered a backlash in South Korea from young and old alike who feel the move is nothing more than political propaganda. Bangladesh agrees with Myanmar on Rohingya return 2018-01-18T14:41:52.746000000+00:00 Myanmar will begin the repatriation process of refugees currently in Bangladesh next week, but refugees fear mistreatment and that the temporary camps in Myanmar could become permanent. A joint women's hockey team could be the first unified Korean Olympics team ever 2018-01-18T14:30:53.521000000+00:00 The two Koreas took a great stride toward unity when they agreed to consider fielding a joint women's Olympic hockey team. If successful, the unified Korean Olympics team would be monumental in reconciling the alienated sister countries and reducing frontline hostilities.