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Nicholas Sabloff is the Executive International Editor at the Huffington Post. He has previously served as World Editor and as an Associate News Editor. He is a graduate of Wesleyan University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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허핑턴포스트는 어떻게 글로벌미디어가 되었나

(0) Comments | Posted May 30, 2016 | 3:35 PM

오늘 토론토에서 우리는 허핑턴 포스트에 있어 중요한 사건 두 가지를 축하하고 있다. 허핑턴 포스트 캐나다의 다섯 번째 생일과 허핑턴포스트 해외 진출의 다섯 번째 기념일이다.

5년 전에 우리는 해외 진출을 시작했고, 이제 6개 대륙의 새로운 시장 14곳에 진출해 있다. 그 동안 우리는 미국 브랜드에서 신예 국제 브랜드로, 그리고 진정한...

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Thinking local. Così abbiamo reso HuffPost un media globale

(1) Comments | Posted May 27, 2016 | 4:18 AM

Oggi a Toronto festeggiamo due traguardi importanti per l'Huffington Post: il quinto compleanno di Huff Post Canada e il quinto anniversario del debutto dell'HuffPost sul mercato internazionale.

Cinque anni fa abbiamo iniziato un cammino che ci ha condotto a espandere la nostra presenza su quattordici nuovi mercanti in tutti i...

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Cómo hemos convertido al 'HuffPost' en una empresa internacional de medios de comunicación

(1) Comments | Posted May 27, 2016 | 1:00 AM

Hoy, en Toronto (Canadá), estamos celebrando dos hitos del Huffington Post: el quinto cumpleaños del HuffPost Canadá y el quinto aniversario de la presentación del HuffPost a escala internacional.

Hace cinco años emprendimos un viaje que nos ha abierto 14 nuevos mercados en todos los...

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How We Built HuffPost Into a Global Media Company By Thinking Local

(7) Comments | Posted May 26, 2016 | 7:58 AM

Today in Toronto we are celebrating two important Huffington Post milestones: the fifth birthday of HuffPost Canada and the fifth anniversary of launching HuffPost internationally.

Five years ago, we embarked on a journey that has brought us to 14 new markets across six continents. During...

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Le Huffington Post's First Year, and the Future for International

(4) Comments | Posted January 23, 2013 | 10:44 AM

How do you say "The Huffington Post" in French? Last year on this date we answered the question with the debut of Le Huffington Post, the France-edition of our website. Launched in partnership with the French newspaper Le Monde, it was the Huffington Post's first foray into publishing...

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The Road Forward: What Does the World Want From Obama?

(886) Comments | Posted January 18, 2013 | 10:00 PM

A number of polls published before the U.S. presidential election in November indicated that, on a global level, if the world could vote, they would have re-elected President Barack Obama by a wide margin. Perhaps that isn't terribly surprising, given the immense interest Obama's rise in 2008 created...

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Best And Worst World Cup 2010 Moments (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

(411) Comments | Posted July 12, 2010 | 7:50 AM

We have now reached that moment in time where one must face up to the cruelest aspect of the World Cup, which is that it will be another four years before one glorious month of summer is given over to being captivated by the greatest sports tournament in the world....

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World Cup 2010: Germany vs. Spain Live Coverage

(816) Comments | Posted July 7, 2010 | 12:17 PM

Scroll down for the full archive of today's live blog of the Spain - Germany semifinal match.

SPAIN WINS. SEE THE ALL THE HIGHLIGHTS HERE..

FINAL THOUGHTS: After all these years Spain have finally reached a World Cup final! They were the better team today,...
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Sakineh Mohammadie Ashtiani, Iran Mother, Could Be Stoned To Death At Any Moment

(6216) Comments | Posted July 6, 2010 | 12:14 AM

A 42-year-old mother of two faces the punishment of death by stoning in Iran after authorities convicted her of adultery. And according to Mina Ahadi, who heads the International Committee Against Stoning and the Death Penalty, only international pressure can help save her.

As Ahadi told CNN: "Legally...

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World Cup 2010 Live Blog: USA vs. Ghana

(0) Comments | Posted June 26, 2010 | 2:02 PM

POSTGAME: The US had a thrilling World Cup but sadly in the end their luck was due to run out and it did tonight. They once again gave away a goal right out of gates and had to expend a lot of energy to fight their way back. The US...

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USA vs. Algeria: Live World Cup 2010 Coverage

(275) Comments | Posted June 23, 2010 | 7:27 AM

POSTGAME: Can't believe how it ended. Breathtaking finish. The U.S. came close to scoring so many times but it was looking like it was never going to happen until Donovan saved the day in stoppage time when he streaked into the box to slam home the rebound from Dempsey's strike....

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USA vs Slovenia: Live Coverage Of The 2010 World Cup Match

(111) Comments | Posted June 18, 2010 | 8:00 AM

POSTGAME: Another heroic draw from the US. They went behind early yet again and looked to be in serious trouble of falling apart after ending the first half down 2-0. But the U.S. showed real heart to claw their way back in the second half on spectacular goals from Donovan...

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USA vs England: Live World Cup 2010 Coverage

(3866) Comments | Posted June 12, 2010 | 12:44 PM

POSTGAME (USA 1 - 1 ENGLAND): In the end, the much-anticipated showdown between the US and England was an entertaining game, but not a great one. Both sides definitely showed some weaknesses: US at the back, England in the final third. Hard to believe England have a shot at winning...

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South Africa vs. Mexico: Live Coverage Of The Opening World Cup 2010 Match

(42) Comments | Posted June 11, 2010 | 8:41 AM

UPDATE: 12:00 pm EST -- FINAL SCORE: MEXICO 1 - 1 SOUTH AFRICA. Amazing game to open the cup. Both sides showed some flair and the second half was played at a cracking pace. South Africa really impressed in light of the expectations people had for them. Will they make...

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US vs. Australia: Live Coverage

(221) Comments | Posted June 5, 2010 | 8:00 AM

UPDATE 10:30 AM ET: US beat Australia 3-1 on goals from Buddle and Gomez. Live blog has now ended. Thanks for tuning in!

Here's the AP's game report.


The US is taking on Australia in Roodepoort, South Africa today in what will be their final warm-up...


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UK Election 2010 Results In Hung Parliament: Latest News, Video

(41) Comments | Posted May 6, 2010 | 5:25 PM

Follow the latest news on our HuffPost UK election Twitter page.

12:00 PM ET -- Cleggmania postmortem. The Lib Dems surge never materialized, which begs the question of what, in the end, went wrong. The Times of London lays the blame on the charismatic...

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UK Election Day Live Updates

(21) Comments | Posted April 22, 2010 | 2:04 PM

Follow the latest news out of the UK as Britain goes to the polls on Thursday, May 6. Don't know what's going on? Check out our UK Election Big News page for a quick primer.

Do you know a tweeter who's perfect for one of these lists? Email...

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'Cleggmania' Sweeps Britain, Liberal Democrats Surge In Polls

(3233) Comments | Posted April 21, 2010 | 12:10 PM

A week ago, most people in Britain considered Nick Clegg, the "little-known leader" of the Liberal Democrats, to be, by all measures, a long shot to become Britain's next prime minister. But that was before "Cleggmania" swept the country.

The origins of Cleggmania can...

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Sweden, Canada Outrank U.S. On Confidence In Health Care

(1326) Comments | Posted April 15, 2010 | 2:01 PM

While It remains to be seen whether or not the monumental health care legislation passed last month will dramatically alter Americans' feelings about their country's heath system, a new online poll from Ipsos/Reuters suggests that there is certainly room for improvement.

The poll found, perhaps unsurprisingly, that...

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AT WAR: Ex-UN Official Implies Karzai Has A Drug Problem (VIDEO)

(237) Comments | Posted April 6, 2010 | 10:56 AM

What is going on with Hamid Karzai? The Afghan leader has not only been lashing out repeatedly at the West and accusing foreigners of being responsible for "massive fraud" in last year's presidential election -- statements that White House Press Secretary referred to as "genuinely troubling"...

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