Foreign News Outlets

BBC

  • Detroit bank calls police on black man depositing cheque
  • Harry Dunn: Anne Sacoolas extradition request rejected by US
  • Jhon Viáfara: Colombia extradites ex-footballer to US on drugs charges
  • Australia fires: US crew killed in air tanker crash identified
  • Trump impeachment: Senators play games and nap during trial
  • What can school strikers learn from protest veterans?
  • 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

  • Ten Successes of Ukraine in 2019 That You Don’t Know About but Should
  • A Local Fightback Against Geothermal Power
  • In the Balkan Panoptikon
  • What Is the Future of Moldova's ‘Law Against Propaganda'?
  • Russian Government Reshuffle: Plus ça Change
  • Tourism With a Gagauz Flavor
  • Greece's Kathimerini

  • Trial on deadly 2017 Mandra floods starts Friday
  • Mitsotakis discusses primary surplus target, defence issues with top French, German ministers
  • Government websites down in possible new hacking case
  • ADEDY set to strike over pension reform
  • Poll: Six in 10 happy with new president
  • German Parliament’s legal committee questions Turkey-Libya deal
  • The Guardian UK

  • Apple's dedication to 'a diversity of dongles' is polluting the planet | Julia Carrie Wong
  • Pregnant and shackled: why inmates are still giving birth cuffed and bound
  • Global unrest has one, massive root cause: inequality | Michael Massing
  • Trump's threat to muzzle Bolton could undermine constitution, experts say
  • Donald Trump set to unveil Middle East peace plan within days
  • Is MLB right to let the cheating Houston Astros keep their title?
  • 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

  • Residents, officials condemn price tag attack on Jerusalem mosque
  • Russia says Issachar not yet asked for pardon, delaying possible release
  • PARASHAT VA’ERA: The beginnings of freedom
  • Netanyahu, Rivlin meet with Ukrainian President Zelenskyy
  • Shabbat candle-lighting times for Israel and US
  • Europe thinks Trump’s plan doomed to fail, but will not present alternatives for now
  • Lebanon's Dailystar

  • Myanmar protecting Rohingya, ruling party says
  • Yammine says will tackle corruption, unemployment
  • EU officials sign Brexit deal in closed door ceremony
  • Farmers should be protected from smuggling: Mortada
  • Aoun, Fahmi discuss security situation
  • Thousands rally in Baghdad demanding US troops leave
  • Malaysia's Star Online

  • Muhyiddin: No such thing as 'back door' citizenship applications
  • Russia Today

  • Buildings shake, debris rains from sky as ‘MASSIVE blast’ rocks Houston (VIDEOS)
  • ‘Spygate’ update: At least two FISA warrants to spy on Carter Page were ‘not valid,’ DOJ says
  • Anchors aweigh: White House announces crackdown on ‘birth tourism,’ to jeers, cheers, and confusion
  • White House pours cold water on ‘Prince Charles snubs Pence’ claims (VIDEOS)
  • What are toxic ‘forever chemicals’ & should Americans be worried there are more of them in the water supply than we thought?
  • Swipe left on Big Brother? Tinder adds user-tracking ‘panic button,’ because there’s always a predator somewhere
  • Shanghai Daily

  • World leaders gather in Israel for anniversary of Auschwitz
  • US to tighten visa rules to fight birth tourism
  • ‘Cloud-feeding’ India’s millennials
  • Trump will join anti-abortion rally
  • Putin approves new Russian government
  • Greece elects its first woman president
  • Spiegel (Germany)

  • Interview with Kenneth Rogoff on European Central Bank
  • Researchers Pin Hopes on California's 'Survivor' Trees
  • "As a Chinese Company, We Never Get the Benefit of the Doubt"
  • French President Emmanuel Macron Risks It All
  • Can Diplomacy Stop the War in Libya?
  • Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio: "Europe Stands To Lose the Most"
  • Sydney World Herald

  • Grammy organisers deny awards are rigged
  • 'Significant risk' Boeing-made satellite could explode in orbit
  • New North Korean Foreign Minister a hardliner
  • The mummy speaks: Scientists hear sounds from the voice of an ancient Egyptian priest
  • An unbridgeable fire break divides a paradise politicised
  • China builds 1000-bed coronavirus hospital
  • Taiwan's China Post

  • Uganda Monitor

  • 'Sopranos' actress Sciorra tells Weinstein trial: 'He raped me'
  • Trump moves to limit visas for pregnant women to curb 'birth tourism'
  • EU chiefs sign Brexit deal ahead of parliamentary vote
  • Libyan sentenced to 19 years in US for Benghazi attack
  • Portuguese banker named in dos Santos probe found dead
  • Trump, back from Davos, denounces Senate impeachment trial
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