Foreign News Outlets

BBC

  • President Trump defends racially charged Twitter attack
  • Juul: E-cig boss says sorry to parents over child vaping
  • The mountain climbers showing diabetes doesn't have to be an uphill struggle
  • US migrant crisis: Trump seeks to curb Central America asylum claims
  • Times when Americans were told to 'go home' or 'go back'
  • Pernell Whitaker: Former world champion boxer nicknamed 'Sweet Pea' dies in accident
  • China Xinhua

  • Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers after protest against Pence visit
  • U.S. failure to appoint Australian ambassador "diplomatic insult": former deputy PM
  • Speaker of Hungarian Parliament addresses in Budapest
  • Typhoon Lan lashes central Japan, killing 2 and disrupting transport systems
  • Spotlight: U.S. decision to withdraw from UNESCO triggers calls for multilateralism
  • U.S. nuke-powered submarine makes port call in S. Korea
  • Czech's Transitions

  • Central Asia’s Remittance Trap
  • Ready to Scream?
  • Abramovich Millions for Arthouse Flicks
  • Educated Young Turks Seeking Their Future Abroad
  • Central Europe Baking Through its Summer
  • Czech Feminism in the Age of #MeToo
  • Greece's Kathimerini

  • Two West Nile Virus cases confirmed in northern Greece
  • Mitsotakis to visit Cyprus on July 29
  • Greece's MeRA25 teams up with Labour
  • Erdogan: Turkey hopes to co-produce weaponry systems with Russia
  • Travel discounts for people with mobility problems
  • Guaido thanks Mitsotakis for Greek support
  • The Guardian UK

  • Congresswomen condemn Trump attack: 'this is the agenda of white nationalists' – live
  • Australian model avoids jail for assaulting flight attendant while drunk
  • JetBlue flight evacuated after image of suicide vest AirDropped to passengers
  • Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt refuse to call Trump's comments racist - as it happened
  • Johnson & Johnson ran 'cunning' scheme to market opioids, attorney says
  • Trump’s ‘blatantly illegal’ immigration rules end asylum protections
  • 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

  • Israelis shine on grass, mat, track and water
  • Chinese challenges
  • Hamas using WhatsApp to collect intelligence on IDF movements
  • Gay conversion therapy’s a problem, but apartheid Israel is just fine
  • Jewish Agency emissaries to be trained as Diaspora emissaries in Israel
  • Trump names 'AOC and her crowd' a bunch of antisemites, Israel haters
  • Lebanon's Dailystar

  • A picture of environmental violence
  • The moon landing was giant leap for movies, too
  • Robots to install telescopes to peer into cosmos from the moon
  • Fifty years on, giant leap into the unknown
  • Some Iranians take off hijabs as hard-liners push back
  • Crafts to Kalashnikovs: Arms souk thrives in Taiz
  • Malaysia's Star Online

  • South Koreans seek to visit once-jointly run factory zone in North
  • Wildfires could yield California wines with a hint of smoke
  • Exclusive - Game of Drones: U.S. poised to boost unmanned aircraft exports
  • Highlights - Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam delivers maiden policy address
  • How a businessman struck a deal with Islamic State to help Assad feed Syrians
  • Hong Kong leader lays out vision in maiden policy address with tax cuts, subsidised housing
  • Russia Today

  • Netroots Nation: What does America’s largest progressive conference mean for the 2020 race?
  • Kaepernick anthem-kneeling controversy was the work of ‘Russian Bots’ – Kamala Harris
  • ‘If you’re not happy, you can leave’: Trump stands by his tweets slamming Dem Squad
  • Trump administration will place ‘new bar’ on asylum for immigrants crossing southern border
  • Trump calls on ‘Radical Left Congresswomen’ to apologize to US & Israel in fresh Twitter attack
  • PayPal co-founder Thiel says FBI, CIA should probe Google over ‘infiltration’ by China – media
  • Shanghai Daily

  • Flooding kills dozens in South Asia
  • Man dead in cell after attack at migrant jail
  • UK envoy calls Trump a vandal
  • Manhattan ‘blinded’ by huge power outage leading to chaos on streets
  • Indonesian islands rocked
  • Iran denies impeding UK tanker in Hormuz
  • Spiegel (Germany)

  • 'Euro Orphans': The Romanian Children Growing up Without Their Parents
  • Far-Right AfD: Germany's Populist Party Embraces Its Extremist Wing
  • A Question of Trust: Ursula Von Der Leyen Recruits Team to Win Over Brussels
  • Feeding People With Science: Plant Researchers Brace for Population Explosion
  • A Heroine and a Figure of Hate: Carola Rackete and Europe's Troubling Refugee Policies 
  • Sea-Watch Captain Carola Rackete: 'We Were All in a State of Total Despair'
  • Sydney World Herald

  • Fake passport shows Jeffrey Epstein is flight risk, say prosecutors
  • Thai PM Prayuth Chan-ocha declares end of military rule
  • Deeply 'remorseful' Australian model sentenced for flight disturbance
  • Some Republicans rebuke Trump's racism warily but party leaders still silent
  • 'Horrible & disgusting': Trump digs in amid censure of racist tweets about congresswomen
  • Alan Turing, father of computer science, will be new face of UK's £50 note
  • Taiwan's China Post

  • Uganda Monitor

  • Thief apologises after finding no cash in church he broke into
  • Vaccine shortage in Kenya exposes thousands of babies to polio
  • DR Congo urges calm after Ebola case in key city
  • 282 held over unrest in France after Algeria football win
  • As China locks up Muslims in Xinjiang, it opens its doors to tourists
  • South Africa's Zuma to take centre stage at graft inquiry
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