Foreign News Outlets

BBC

  • Chicago man 'hid gun and drugs in baby's pram'
  • Trump to sweep away Obama climate change policies
  • Three teenage burglars shot dead in US
  • Tennessee couple tried to sell baby on Craigslist, say police
  • Will Smith reunites with Fresh Prince of Bel-Air pals
  • Jared Kushner to be questioned over alleged Trump-Russia ties
  • China Xinhua

  • 4 dead, 14 missing as boat sinks in Bangladesh river
  • DPRK accuses U.S. of activating Asian version of NATO with Japan, South Korea
  • 3 civilians killed, 13 wounded during clashes in Indian-controlled Kashmir
  • UN agencies help 145,000 in famine-hit South Sudan
  • Syrian army scores new victories: Russian general
  • Sudan condemns terror plot in Bahrain targeting important figures
  • Czech's Transitions

  • Montenegro’s NATO Bid Enters Home Stretch
  • Albania Braces for Communist-Era Revelations
  • More Discontent in Russia as Truckers Strike
  • Tajik Army Begins Exercises With Russians – and Americans
  • Hello, Again, Sofia
  • Thousands March in Pro-Life Rallies in Romania and Moldova
  • Greece's Kathimerini

  • Central Europe's leaders reject EU's relocation of migrants
  • Greek government tells central banker to keep out of country's politics
  • Prosecutors throw the book at Sorras
  • Supreme Court chief calls for probe into prosecutor’s resignation claims
  • Court sentences underpass molester to 16 years in prison
  • Power workers threaten blackouts as sale of PPC seen moving ahead
  • The Guardian UK

  • Trump is wrong to criticise Germany over trade – he should look closer to home
  • Old wounds reopened as college softball game ends in heated altercation
  • Mystery deepens over Nunes' investigation into Trump staff and Russia – video
  • Oakland Raiders set to move to Las Vegas after NFL approval – video report
  • America has never seen a party less caring than 21st-century Republicans
  • Trump's treasury secretary accused of ethics violation after Lego Batman 'plug'
  • Iran's IRIB

  • Leader in Imam Hossein's mourning ceremony
  • Iran, Czech Republic Call for Boosting Economic Cooperation
  • Minister: Norway Opens $1bln Credit Line to Ease Exports to Iran
  • Iran, Brazil Discuss Human Rights Cooperation
  • Syrian Soldiers, Hezbollah Fighters Storm Jeish Al-Fatah's Positions near Aleppo
  • Saudi Arabia Seizes Iran's Fishing Boats, Crew
  • Jerusalem Post

  • Israeli Minister: The Bible — not Google — gives Israel moral right to land
  • ‘Women are best start-up God created,’ says Rabbi Levinstein in self-defense
  • Analysis: Will Barkat run for a third term, or head to the Knesset?
  • ‘Think of Romania as an extension of your domestic market’
  • Akim report shows Israelis accepting but not inclusive of intellectually disabled
  • Mazel tov! Bar Refaeli reveals baby #2 on the way
  • Lebanon's Dailystar

  • Scottish parliament backs bid for new independence referendum
  • EU pledges $67M for Lebanon healthcare
  • US Secret Service detains man with package outside White House: official
  • Disputed Iraqi province votes to fly Kurdish flag
  • Iran beat China, Australia get crucial win
  • UN may use other Yemen ports to ensure food pipeline, avert famine
  • Malaysia's Star Online

  • German SPD narrows gap to Merkel's conservatives in Allensbach poll
  • Congolese police fire bullets, tear gas to disperse opposition supporters
  • Britons in Berlin look for ways to stay put as Brexit looms
  • North Korea could be in final states of nuclear test preparations - report
  • EU court lifts EU sanctions on Libyan dictator's daughter
  • NATO and Russia to meet again, edge towards regular talks
  • Russia Today

  • Top US general in Europe urges arming Ukraine
  • Hedge fund exec who fell prey to Madoff scheme plunges 20 stories to his death
  • NYPD detective arrested for masturbating while looking through child’s window
  • ‘AP’s malicious lie’: Russian tycoon denies dealing with Trump’s ex-aide to ‘benefit Putin’
  • Couple sue Georgia over refusal to allow ‘Allah’ as child’s surname
  • Border searches of electronic devices prompt FOIA lawsuit against Trump administration
  • Shanghai Daily

  • Cyclone batters idyllic tourist area in Australia’s tropical northeast
  • Wall St’s defiant girl statue stays in situ
  • Bones found near Korean wreck were not human
  • Japanese court allows 2 nuclear reactors to restart
  • 'Beauty and the Beast' dazzles again at box office
  • Kremlin rejects call to release protesters
  • Spiegel (Germany)

  • Interview with Poland's Foreign Minister: 'We Want Our Concerns to Be Taken Seriously'
  • 'Typical Liberal Media Bias': A Father and Daughter Spar over Trump
  • Left Behind: Germany's Race to Catch Up in the Startup World
  • A Wounded Metropolis: London in the Age of Terror and Brexit
  • Two Years of Uncertainty: Europe Prepares for Tough Brexit Negotiations
  • A Week with the White House Press Corps: Inside Trump's War on the Traditional Media
  • Sydney World Herald

  • Taken hostage in Iraq by Saddam Hussein, I hadn't returned - until now
  • Donald Trump moves to erase Barack Obama's legacy on fighting climate change
  • Ahmed Kathrada, South African anti-apartheid icon, dies at 87
  • 'I totally condemn his actions': London attacker Khalid Masood's wife speaks out
  • Best of the world: March 29, 2017
  • Scientists convert spinach leaves into human heart tissue - that beats
  • Taiwan's China Post

  • Visit to WH grounds by intel chairman clouds investigation
  • The Latest: Russian state bank says it met with Kushner
  • Nuclear arms ban talks begin at UN, but US, others boycott
  • Mike Tyson suffers rare loss in noisy Latin America bout
  • Actress, producer-writer of 'Orange Is The New Black' marry
  • Koppel says Hannity is 'bad for America'; Hannity fires back
  • Uganda Monitor

  • Teenage rape case could become rallying cry for Trump's immigration reform 
  • Brazil meat exports drop by 19% over meat scandal 
  • S.African anti-apartheid icon Ahmed Kathrada dead at 87
  • Number of Kenyans going hungry doubles to 3m: Red Cross
  • S.African anti-apartheid icon Ahmed Kathrada dies aged 87
  • Angry mob attacks Africans in India after teen's death
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