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Washington Post
Trump signed presidential directive ordering actions to pressure North Korea
Washington Post
Early in his administration, President Trump signed a directive outlining a strategy of pressure against North Korea that involved actions across a broad spectrum of government agencies and led to the use of military cyber-capabilities, according to U ...

CNN
'Trump's Katrina?' No, it's much worse
CNN
CNN analyst Juliette Kayyem is the author of the best-seller, "Security Mom: An Unclassified Guide to Protecting Our Homeland and Your Home." She is a professor at Harvard's Kennedy School, a former assistant secretary of the Department of Homeland ...

New York Times
Catalans Defy Spain and Push Ahead With Vote on Independence
New York Times
People carried a ballot box into a polling station in Barcelona on Sunday. Catalans pushed ahead with a vote on independence in defiance of the Spanish authorities. Credit Credit Chris Mcgrath/Getty Images. BARCELONA — In defiance of the Spanish ...

Bloomberg
Carmakers Rush to Put Saudi Women Behind Wheels of Their Models
Bloomberg
Car companies haven't wasted any time courting the 9 million potential customers unlocked when Saudi Arabia lifted its ban on women drivers. The decision has lit up social media, with both cheers and jeers for the ruling, which takes effect in June.

Washington Post
Neo-Nazi rally in Sweden leads to injuries, arrests
Washington Post
STOCKHOLM — At least 50 people were detained Saturday during a far-right demonstration in Gothenburg, Sweden's second-largest city, that left one police officer and several others injured, according to police reports. The Nordic Resistance Movement ...

National Post
The US-Iranian Convergence on Kurdish Referendum Shocks Erbil
HuffPost
The Kurds in Iraq will not benefit from the absolute stubbornness against the fury of the governments of Iraq, Turkey, Iran, and even the United States over the insistence of their leadership to hold an independence referendum that effectively leads to ...

New York Times
Thousands Rally in Dublin Against Ireland's Abortion Ban
New York Times
Demonstrators in Dublin on Saturday. One report put the number of protesters at 30,000. Credit Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters. Thousands of people marched in Dublin on Saturday to demand an end to the country's constitutional ban on abortion, one of the ...

Washington Post
VA chief took in Wimbledon, river cruise on European work trip; wife's expenses covered by taxpayers
Washington Post
Nearly three days into a trip to Europe this past July, Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin had attended a Wimbledon championship tennis match, toured Westminster Abbey and taken a cruise on the Thames. The 10-day trip was not entirely a vacation.

News24
US staff health attack baffles Cuba
News24
The US on Friday cut its diplomatic presence in Cuba by more than half and warned its citizens not to visit because of mysterious “attacks” that have caused hearing loss, dizziness and fatigue in embassy personnel. The US embassy in Havana will halt ...

Haaretz
Israel's Military Intelligence's Amnesia
Haaretz
Forty-four years after the Yom Kippur War, Military Intelligence is clearly suffering from amnesia. A crucial portion of its failure in that terrible autumn of 1973 has been erased from its memory. Its tongue has cloven to its palate; it isn't raising ...

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