Foreign News Outlets

BBC

  • Flying high
  • Murdoch's next move
  • Corker's crusade
  • Loneliness epidemic
  • Ohio Supreme Court Judge Bill O'Neill brags of sex conquests
  • Canada army recruiters at transgender job fair 'racism'
  • China Xinhua

  • 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
  • S.Korean court extends detention of ex-president Park over corruption charges
  • Spotlight: What's behind abrupt U.S. withdrawal from UNESCO?
  • Czech's Transitions

  • Scandal Erupts at EU Kosovo Law Mission
  • LA Museum of Cold War Art to Reopen
  • MEPs Chastise Poland for Rule of Law Violations
  • Rosneft Boss A No-Show at Trial of Russian Ex-Minister
  • Putin Talks With Donbas Leaders
  • 6,000 B.C., A Vintage Year for Georgian Wine
  • Greece's Kathimerini

  • Rouvikonas raid on Defense Ministry fuels security concerns
  • Hanging linked to phone tapping revisited after EU ruling
  • Elderly man hospitalised after accidental fire
  • Captain from tourist vessel collision dies
  • Former chief of Proton Bank fined
  • Greek-FYROM name talks rescheduled for mid-December
  • The Guardian UK

  • Greg Gianforte misled police after assault of Guardian journalist, report reveals
  • Sarah Sanders on sexual misconduct: Franken admits to it but Trump doesn't
  • Danica Patrick to end full-time racing career after next year's Indy 500
  • NFL looking into claim that Tampa Bay's Jameis Winston groped Uber driver
  • Jesse Jackson says he's been seeking care for two years for Parkinson's disease
  • Fifa’s World Cup debacle isn’t just about money – there’s horror and death too | Barney Ronay
  • Iran's IRIB

  • Jerusalem Post

  • Parshas Toldos.
  • We Must Ask The Right Questions
  • Adult hate: A Curse on Children
  • Closure for the Newmans
  • Free balloon-based Wi-Fi service for Iranian pilgrims to Iraq
  • Why We Just Had Our Ninth Child
  • Lebanon's Dailystar

  • Men urged to help stop ‘50 shades of violence’ against women
  • Human trafficking ‘rife’ in Rohingya camps
  • Buddhist ‘nun-jas’ fighting sexual predators
  • The upgrade myth: Slicker and shinier doesn’t always mean better
  • Saudi political explosions risk collateral damage
  • Circular 352: Right to build or its lack?
  • Malaysia's Star Online

  • Russia Today

  • Trump puts ‘trophy’ elephant ban reversal ‘on hold’
  • Flame-engulfed apt building in Manhattan may collapse at any moment (VIDEO)
  • Ohio politician boasts about sexual escapades amid ‘national feeding frenzy’
  • ‘Any Russians?’: Sessions cracks up room with Russia investigation jokes
  • Keep fighting the good fight’: Marine veteran’s letter of support for RT America
  • Pentagon security fail left massive trove of data on Amazon server - reports
  • Shanghai Daily

  • Mugabe meeting SA delegation as talks continue to end his rule
  • Thais plan to set up joint arms facility with China
  • Criminals eye profits in fake news sites
  • Koreans despair over delay of exam
  • Da Vinci painting of Jesus sets record auction price
  • Anger in Greece over deadly flood
  • Spiegel (Germany)

  • The Future of the SPD: Martin Schulz Faces a Fight for Survival
  • Germany's Next Government: Coalition Talks Go Into Overtime
  • A Country, Still Divided: Why Is the Former East Germany Tilting Populist?
  • War in Yemen: In a Devastated Country, One City Is Thriving  
  • #MeToo: The European Parliament's Sexual Harassment Problem
  • Custom Brewed Lifestyle: The Booming Coffee Industry and Those It's Left Behind
  • Sydney World Herald

  • Yemen children are dying at a rate of 130 a day while Saudi-led blockade continues
  • Share bike company Bluegogo's woes blamed on Tiananmen Square 'prank'
  • Zimbabwe's ruling party moves to expel Mugabe
  • Argentinian submarine missing with 44 crew on board
  • Casualties in UK helicopter and plane crash
  • How $30,000 from Australia is wiping away tears in Sierra Leone
  • Taiwan's China Post

  • Uganda Monitor

  • What next for Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe?
  • Three shot dead as clashes mark Kenyan opposition leader's return
  • Kenyan police, opposition supporters clash over Raila’s return
  • President Mugabe makes first public appearance since army takeover
  • Zimbabwe army confirms detentions of Mugabe allies
  • Ousted VP returns to Zimbabwe as Mugabe clings on
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