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Washington Post
State Department reports new instance of American diplomats harmed in Cuba
Washington Post
American diplomats suffered symptoms from a sonic “incident” in Cuba last month, the State Department said Friday, adding to the mystery of how Americans serving there have been diagnosed with hearing loss, traumatic brain injury and other ailments.

CBS News
Kenyan court throws out election results, calls for new vote
CBS News
NAIROBI, Kenya -- President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election victory last month was thrown out Friday by Kenya's Supreme Court, which ordered new voting within 60 days in a stunning decision that plunged the East African country back into political chaos.

CNN
Who Vladimir Putin thinks will rule the world
CNN
(CNN) On the first day of the new school year in Russia, students learned an important lesson directly from their president -- who he thinks will rule the world. Speaking to students during a national "open lesson" from the city of Yaroslavl, northeast ...

Fox News
Wary of North Korea, Japan mulls additional military options
Fox News
North Korea's recent test firing of a missile over northern Japan has officials in Tokyo rethinking the country's long tradition of pacifism. Some Japanese leaders say it's time for a new approach to national defense, one that can include limited pre ...

Washington Post
Obama's Myanmar legacy in trouble and it's not Trump's fault
Washington Post
WASHINGTON — One of former President Barack Obama's greatest foreign policy achievements is at risk — and it has nothing to do with his successor. Myanmar, which Obama helped usher back to democracy, has been roiled by an explosion of violence ...

New York Times
What North Korea's Missile Tests Look Like to a South Korean Reporter
New York Times
A conversation with Choe Sang-Hun, the New York Times's Seoul bureau chief, about where the standoff might be headed. By DAMIEN CAVE and CHOE SANG-HUN on Publish Date August 31, 2017. Photo by Agence France-Presse — Getty Images.

CBS News
Black smoke pours from chimney at Russian consulate in San Francisco
CBS News
SAN FRANCISCO -- Black smoke poured from a chimney at the Russian consulate in San Francisco on Friday, just a day after the Trump administration ordered its closure amid escalating tensions between the United States and Russia. Firefighters who ...

New York Times
Stranded ISIS Convoy Symbolizes Militants' Stalled Campaign
New York Times
Buses lined up near the Syria-Lebanon border on Monday to take 308 Islamic State fighters and their families to Islamic State-controlled territory. The group was promised safe passage as part of a deal that has since fallen apart, and the buses have ...

HuffPost
INDIA & USA: Eid Al Adha celebrations, Hinduism and Islam.
HuffPost
This is a timely piece about India's delicate transition she is facing in her 5000-year-old history of solid pluralistic ethos. As the Eid Al-Adha is approaching there are increasing concerns about the safety of her residents. The lynching vigilantes ...

Crux: Covering all things Catholic
'I consulted a psychoanalyst,' Pope Francis reveals in new book
Crux: Covering all things Catholic
Pope Francis smiles during his general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican March 22. (Credit: CNS/Paul Haring.) In a tell-all conversation with a French sociologist, Pope Francis opened up about his visits to a psychoanalyst during his time ...

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