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Washington Post
Two American sisters died at a luxury Indian Ocean resort. Now their family is searching for answers.
Washington Post
Annie and Robin Korkki were experienced travelers, their brother, Chris, told the Associated Press. "They were frequent travelers both domestically and internationally," Chris Korkki told the wire service. "They were kind and generous and compassionate ...

CNN
Kashmir dispute: Two Pakistani soldiers killed after clashes with India
CNN
(CNN) Two Pakistani soldiers were killed after clashes with Indian troops in the disputed region of Kashmir, Pakistan's military said. The Indian army said it had conducted "surgical attacks" across the de-facto border between the two countries to foil ...

CNN
Obama mourns Shimon Peres, and a bygone Israel
CNN
(CNN) When President Barack Obama visited Jerusalem in 2013, Shimon Peres, then 89 years old and in his fifth decade of public life, might have been expected to forgo the tour of high-tech innovations at the Israel Museum. But Peres, ever-passionate ...

Bloomberg
Brexit Red Lines Show It's About More Than Money for EU's East
Bloomberg
As European governments stake out positions for talks that will shape the continent's post-Brexit future, their priorities offer a rare glimpse into the wiring that holds together the world's biggest trading bloc. For the former Communist east, where ...

BBC News
9/11 lawsuits bill causes Saudi Arabia 'great concern'
BBC News
Saudi Arabia's foreign ministry has said it is a matter of "great concern" that 9/11 relatives in the US may be able to sue the kingdom for damages. On Wednesday the US Congress voted for a law allowing families of nearly 3,000 people killed in the ...

Manila Bulletin
US Defense Chief Calls Alliance With Philippines 'Ironclad'
New York Times
HANOI, Vietnam — U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter has described the U.S.-Philippines alliance as ironclad, one day after the Philippine president said joint military exercises with the U.S. would end. "As it has been for decades, our alliance with ...

People Magazine
Montreal Pit Bull Ban Gives Government Authority to Kill Dogs 'with Tax Payer Dollars,' Expert Says
People Magazine
The controversial Montreal ban of pit bulls and similar breeds could result in the deaths of beloved pets and shelter dogs, an expert tells PEOPLE. “This new misguided breed discriminatory law will absolutely give the government the authority, and ...

NDTV
Princess Charlotte says first word in public on Canadian tour
Reuters
TORONTO Britain's Princess Charlotte, 1, spoke for the first time in public on Thursday during her family's Canadian tour, uttering the word "pop" while she and her brother played with balloons. Britain's Prince William and his wife, Catherine, Duchess ...

Washington Post
Report of Trump spending in Cuba could hurt his chances in pivotal Florida
Washington Post
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump came under intense scrutiny Thursday for allegations that he knowingly violated the U.S. embargo on Cuba in the 1990s, a report that could hurt him among Cuban Americans in the crucial state of Florida.

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