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October 29, 2018

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IN THIS ISSUE 10/29/18 Story map Covered in this issue: Beijing; Berlin; Brasília; Çatalhöyük, Turkey; Juba, South Sudan; London; Tehran, Iran; Trieste, Italy; and the US 21 BRIEFING: BRAZIL ELECTION: WHAT'S AT STAKE Congressman Jair Bolsonaro had an unexpectedly strong show- ing in the first round of Brazil's presidential election earlier this month. How did a veteran politician cast himself as the outsider who could save the country? BY WHITNEY EULICH 24 COVER STORY Voice of a nation Juba Arabic, an informal street language, helps bridge the warring factions of South Sudan. BY RYAN LENORA BROWN HEART OF THE NEWS: HOT GOVERNOR'S RACE IN FLORIDA OPENS A WINDOW INTO AMERICA'S FUTURE The race could provide important clues to the 2020 presidential election. The nation as a whole is getting older, but in America's growing racial and ethnic diversity, Florida may well be a harbinger. BY LINDA FELDMANN 8 2 THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR WEEKLY | OCTOBER 29, 2018

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