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CNN
Populism on the rise? Netherlands gears up for bellwether vote
CNN
(CNN) Voters in the Netherlands head to the polls Wednesday in an election widely seen as an indicator of populist sentiment across Europe. With the first round of the French presidential election just over a month away and Germany headed to the ballot ...

Bloomberg
Tillerson Finds Asia Debut Dominated by North Korea's Missiles
Bloomberg
Less than two months into his tenure as U.S. secretary of state, Rex Tillerson arrives in Asia Wednesday looking for fresh approaches to a challenge that has bedeviled the U.S. for 25 years: North Korea and its nuclear ambitions. The urgency of ...

New York Times
Trump Wrote Off $100 Million in Losses in 2005, Leaked Forms Show
New York Times
A 2005 tax return belonging to President Trump was revealed on "The Rachel Maddow Show" on Tuesday. By ROBIN LINDSAY and DAVE HORN on Publish Date March 15, 2017. Photo by Stephen Crowley/The New York Times. Watch in Times Video ».

NPR
Family Laughed At Kids' Takeover Of TV Interview, Says South Korea Expert
NPR
No need to worry about whether the most hilarious BBC interview ever has caused family trouble, after the children of South Korea expert Robert Kelly's kids infiltrated his TV appearance. As we reported, Kelly was offering context for the news about ...

Fox News
Woman's headphones reportedly explode during flight after falling asleep
Fox News
An unidentified woman travelling from Beijing to Melbourne last month reportedly suffered from burns on her face and hand after her headphones exploded on her face. The Sydney Morning Herald reported that the incident occurred mid-flight on Feb. 19.

Washington Post
China to Trump: We don't want a trade war — but if there is one, you'd lose
Washington Post
BEIJING — China's premier told the United States on Wednesday: We don't want a trade war with you, but if one breaks out, your companies would bear the brunt. Yet despite tensions over jobs, currency rates and “security matters,” Li Keqiang told a ...

Washington Post
Somalis consider piracy again, blaming illegal fishing trade
Washington Post
EYL, Somalia — Struggling to push his small fishing boat out to sea, Hassan Yasin grumbles over what he and other coastal Somalis call a threat to their way of life: harassment by illegal fishermen and attacks by large foreign trawlers. “They will ...

Washington Post
Which world leaders are richer than Donald Trump?
Washington Post
This Tuesday, President Donald Trump met with powerful Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the White House. The two men no doubt had plenty to discuss, including but not limited to regional issues in the Middle East, the threat of ...

New York Times
Ban on Head Scarves at Work Is Legal, EU Court Rules
New York Times
An Amsterdam shop selling Islamic dresses and head scarves. A European ruling on head scarves could have far-reaching consequences for the balance between freedom of religion and the rights of companies to implement policies requiring religious ...

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