Foreign News Outlets

BBC

  • North Korea tensions: US submarine arrives in South Korea
  • Arkansas set for rare US double execution
  • 'My wife suffered'
  • Students sue Berkeley amid Coulter row
  • US embassy 'promotes Trump's Florida resort'
  • Donald Trump's first 100 days in 100 of his own words
  • China Xinhua

  • MPs say Brexit referendum led to public mistrust in government
  • S. Korea's ex-president Park arrested following impeachment over corruption scandal
  • Manila Int'l Auto Show kicks off
  • Malaysia says to release body of Kim Jong Nam to DPRK
  • S.Korean court ends longest-ever hearing on warrant to arrest ex-president Park
  • Federal judge in Hawaii extends order blocking Trump's travel ban
  • Czech's Transitions

  • Kazakhstan Mulls Ban on Islamic Clothing
  • Central Europe Increases Military Spending Due to Perceived Russian Threat
  • Crimean Attorneys Don’t Have It Easy
  • A Divisive Anniversary
  • Mongolia Awarded Huge Bailout Package
  • Floating Nuke Plant Nears Completion in St. Petersburg
  • Greece's Kathimerini

  • Athens aims for quick review wrap in bid to change agenda
  • Nursing staff is overstretched, union warns
  • Drop in serious crimes
  • Turkish F-16s violate Greek airspace
  • Greece, creditors to resume talks in Athens, seek swift deal
  • Death toll from migrant boat sinking in Aegean rises to 16
  • The Guardian UK

  • Reacting to technological threats isn't enough – we need to plan for them | Michael Boskin
  • They bought Trump's promise: is he making America great again yet?
  • Russian and western dispute over Syria chemical attack further muddies truth
  • Obama’s sage advice on selfies – video
  • Always fresh? Canada's Tim Hortons coffee chain steams into UK
  • Donald Trump summons entire Senate to White House briefing on North Korea
  • 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 Sharia Courts to appoint first-ever female judge
  • Our World: The agenda for the Trump-Abbas meeting
  • Iraqi forces using siege and stealth to evict ISIS from Mosul
  • Emergency aid to crisis zones is Israel's proudest export
  • Analysis: Macron supporters fear the Clinton curse
  • Report: Massive live-fire drills in N. Korea as US navy positions in south
  • Lebanon's Dailystar

  • US aircraft lands in Riyaq to deliver aid to Lebanese Army
  • Iran nuclear deal reviewed as uncertainty grows
  • Lebanese Army conducts air strikes against militants hideouts on northeastern border
  • Netanyahu may cancel talks with German minister over NGO meetings
  • Iraqi forces using siege and stealth to evict ISIS from Mosul
  • NSSF take to streets to protest state budget
  • Malaysia's Star Online

  • Only foreign currency please - the costs of reporting from North Korea
  • Turkish military says struck PKK targets in Iraq's Sinjar, northeastern Syria
  • German foreign minister calls Netanyahu threat to cancel meeting 'regrettable'
  • Ukraine cuts power supply to separatist region, blaming unpaid debts
  • Iraqi forces using siege and stealth to evict Islamic State from Mosul
  • Japan's ruling party heavyweight to attend China's New Silk Road summit
  • Russia Today

  • State Dept apologizes, removes promotion of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago amid ethics concerns
  • Berkeley students file lawsuit over canceled Ann Coulter speaking engagement
  • First in decades: $95mn auto part plant breaks ground in Detroit
  • Amid govt shutdown fear, Trump withdraws border wall funding demand – reports
  • Arkansas double-execution the first in US since 2000
  • Trump’s budget cuts could ‘eviscerate’ USAID
  • Shanghai Daily

  • Lawyer for United Airlines passenger signals law suit against airline
  • France’s defeated parties unite to urge Macron victory over Le Pen
  • NZ may ban devices on flights from Middle East
  • Thailand approves China sub purchase
  • New Orleans removes first of 4 controversial Confederate statues
  • S. African pleads not guilty to killing his family
  • Spiegel (Germany)

  • Macron vs. Le Pen: A New Political Reality for France
  • Divided Turkey: Erdogan Leads His Country into the Abyss
  • Head Scratching in Europe: Brussels and Berlin Shaken By Turkish Referendum
  • Interview with Alexei Navalny: 'The Kremlin Blocks Every Alternative to Putin'
  • International Trumpquake: Tentative Stirrings of a Beijing-Berlin Axis
  • A Complete Breakdown: Extremists on Left and Right Push France to the Brink
  • Sydney World Herald

  • Taken hostage in Iraq by Saddam Hussein, I hadn't returned - until now
  • Kim watches North Korean army fire 400-cannon 'bombardment' to mark anniversary
  • Jakarta governor Ahok invokes Finding Nemo in blasphemy trial defence
  • At Villers-Bretonneux, The land has long healed, but the stories are raw
  • French election: Marine Le Pen steps down as leader
  • Charge Rodrigo Duterte with mass murder, lawyer tells The Hague
  • Taiwan's China Post

  • Jeremy Lin addresses stereotypes for Asian American men
  • US, Japan, S. Korea envoys discuss N. Korea
  • State Department removes promotion of Trump's Mar-a-Lago
  • Russia-linked hackers targeted Macron campaign: researchers
  • Senate set to confirm Sonny Perdue as agriculture secretary
  • Hollywood agent and producer Sandy Gallin dies at 76
  • Uganda Monitor

  • Macron, Le Pen gird for final French election duel
  • Nigeria closes illicit oil refineries
  • Barack Obama returns
  • S.Sudan conflict strains Uganda's generous refugee policy
  • How Thai man was arrested for smuggling sperm
  • Nigeria's Buhari suspends key aides over alleged graft
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