Foreign News Outlets

BBC

  • Mexico violence: With only one gun shop, how come all the murders?
  • Three dead in record flooding in US Midwestern states
  • Lawsuit as unvaccinated teen banned by US school in outbreak
  • Boeing: US orders review of 737 Max licence to fly
  • US TV host reveals addiction struggle
  • Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Trump swap football shirts
  • 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

  • Protests Mount Against Serbia’s Vucic
  • Kyrgyz-Tajik Border Clash Resolved
  • Long-Distance Hatred: How the NZ Massacre Echoed Balkan War Crimes
  • 50 Azeri Prisoners of Conscience Freed
  • Progressive Candidate Clear Winner in Slovak Presidential Poll
  • Living With the Wolf at the Door – and at Home
  • Greece's Kathimerini

  • US participation in Jerusalem summit ‘a strong sign of support’
  • Mother, child plunge to death from Athens balcony
  • Dourou charged in connection with Mandra floods in 2017
  • EU eyes June to begin membership talks with North Macedonia
  • Masked attackers target refugee event in northeastern Greece, one injured
  • Parthenon Marbles focus of meeting between Greek president, US rights advocate
  • The Guardian UK

  • Monsanto: Roundup substantial factor in man’s cancer, jury finds in key verdict
  • Trump praises Bolsonaro's use of 'fake news' in mutual show of admiration – latest news
  • Most people want higher taxes on rich to support poor – OECD
  • Prosecutors offer Patriots owner Kraft plea deal over massage parlor charges
  • Georgia woman charged over Isis-linked group that posted 'kill lists'
  • Woman who climbed Statue of Liberty in immigration protest given probation
  • 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

  • Kushner's peace plan 'includes land swaps with Saudi Arabia,' book claims
  • Iran’s furtive occupation of Iraq’s Christian communities
  • Did Israel learn nothing from US election hack?- analysis
  • Israel pushes back against UN drive to strip its right to self-defense
  • Ariel terrorist killed by IDF forces after fire exchange
  • State Witness in submarines deal affair arrested after changing testimony
  • Lebanon's Dailystar

  • Hariri unfazed by bickering, says ties with president solid
  • Troops celebrate as SDF seizes Daesh camp in Syria
  • Over 2.6M affected by Africa cyclone: U.N.
  • Algeria protest leaders tell army to stay away
  • Ardern vows to deny notoriety to gunman
  • Legalization is the only viable drug policy to build a safer, healthier world
  • Malaysia's Star Online

  • Russia Today

  • America’s paying for it: Mexican thieves rob US border fence wire and use it to secure homes
  • Trump to ‘look into’ Facebook censorship after site gags his social media chief
  • 2 US probes scrutinizing how Boeing 737 MAX got green light with ‘flawed’ flight system – report
  • Republican Devin Nunes sues Twitter for censoring conservatives, alleges harassment campaign
  • Borders should be ‘respected,’ says George W. Bush, ex-president who invaded & bombed 4+ nations
  • Mueller had search warrant for Michael Cohen's emails a year before FBI office raid
  • Shanghai Daily

  • Baby, dad reunited as Indonesia toll hits 79
  • Singapore couple jailed for maid abuse
  • 40kg plastic waste found in tummy of dead whale
  • Lone Indian voter awaits a poll team of trekkers
  • Police hunt for gunman after 3 killed on tram in Netherlands
  • 1,000 feared dead in Mozambique storm
  • Spiegel (Germany)

  • Cursed and Sold: Voodoo Spells and Forced Prostitution in Germany
  • The Climate Activist vs. the Economics Minister: 'My Generation Has Been Fooled'
  • Brexit Delay: 'Why Would We Extend These Discussions?'
  • Theresa May's Brexit Disaster: The Prime Minister of Humiliation
  • Aerospace Turbulence: Boeing's Unsuccessful Attempt to Avert a Crisis
  • Fast, Expensive and Politically Polarizing: Germany Prepares to Auction Its 5G Frequencies
  • Sydney World Herald

  • Christchurch shooting victims' burials to begin
  • Rainy Britain could run short of water by 2050, official says
  • 'They returned in caskets': Turkey's ANZAC warning for Australians
  • Australian coal in the firing line of Chinese 'environmental' crackdown
  • Students tied to admissions scam could face expulsion, says university
  • 'It does trouble me': Sadiq Khan takes veiled swipe at Trump after Christchurch attacks
  • Taiwan's China Post

  • Uganda Monitor

  • Mozambique races to save stranded survivors after killer storm
  • Pope rejects resignation of French cardinal in sex abuse cover-up
  • Kazakh president announces shock resignation after three decades in power
  • Kenyan police discover KShs2bn fake cash at Barclays Bank
  • Abel Prize for maths awarded to woman for first time
  • DR Congo's Tsishekedi blocks new senators over graft suspicions
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