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Catalonia's Bid for Independence From Spain: A Timeline of Developments
NBCNews.com
The Catalan Parliament voted overwhelmingly to declare independence from Spain on Friday, leading the Spanish Senate to respond by granting Madrid unprecedented powers to exert control over the region. Long recognized as one of Spain's 17 ...

Washington Post
Mattis says threat of nuclear attack by N.Korea accelerating
Washington Post
SEOUL, South Korea — U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Saturday the threat of nuclear missile attack by North Korea is accelerating. In remarks in Seoul with South Korean Defense Minister Song Young-moo at his side, Mattis accused the North of ...

Washington Post
North Korean 'masterminds' evade Kim Jong Nam murder trial
Washington Post
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — At a trial that could send two Southeast Asian women to the gallows, Malaysian prosecutors are shining a light on several men at large they say masterminded and played crucial roles in carrying out the assassination of North ...

The Phuket News
TAT promotes Royal Projects at ITB Asia 2017 in honour of the late King Bhumibol
The Phuket News
SINGAPORE: The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has reiterated its promotions of unique Thai local experiences at the various Royal Projects nationwide in honour of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej. tourism, culture, ...

Washington Post
Puerto Rico power contract a local issue: White House
Washington Post
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration scrambled Friday to distance itself from the decision to award a $300 million contract to help restore Puerto Rico's power grid to a tiny Montana company from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's hometown. The White ...

Bloomberg
Vladimir Putin Personally Fires Four Ballistic Missiles in Russian Drills
Bloomberg
President Vladimir Putin personally fired four ballistic missiles during tests of Russia's strategic nuclear forces, according to the Kremlin. Putin took part in exercises involving the nuclear triad of strategic bombers, submarines and land-based ...

The Times
Android given Saudi citizenship has more rights than women
The Times
Saudi Arabia's decision to grant citizenship to a human-like robot has sparked uproar among critics of the kingdom, who point out that the machine has more rights than women and migrant workers. The robot, called Sophia, was the world's first to be ...

NPR
Just One-Third Of Kenyan Voters Took Part In Rerun, Election Chief Says
NPR
The head of Kenya's electoral commission says just one-third of registered voters cast ballots yesterday in a controversial rerun of the presidential election. That's far lower than the reported nearly 80 percent turnout the first time the election ...

Washington Post
A new reminder that we may never know Hurricane Maria's full toll on Puerto Rico
Washington Post
It has been more than a month since Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico. A little less than three-quarters of the island still lacks electricity; earlier this week, the island's former governor shared a photograph of surgeons performing an ...

The Weather Channel
Tropical Storm Selma Forms in a Rare Location in Eastern Pacific
The Weather Channel
Tropical storm warnings are in effect for the entire coast of El Salvador and a tropical storm watch has been issued for the Pacific coast of Guatemala. Heavy rainfall could cause life-threatening flash floods and mudslides this weekend into early next ...

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