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BBC News
Rohingya crisis: Myanmar's Suu Kyi visits troubled Rakhine
BBC News
Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi has arrived in Rakhine for the first time since violence erupted in the state in late August. She is visiting the regional capital Sittwe and other towns during a one-day unannounced trip. She has been ...

CNN
North Korea working on advanced version of missile that could reach US, source says
CNN
(CNN) North Korea is working on an advanced version of its existing KN-20 intercontinental ballistic missile that could potentially reach the United States, less than six months after it launched its first ICBM, a US official tells CNN. This newly ...

CBS News
CIA releases huge trove of files seized from Osama bin Laden's compound
CBS News
The CIA released a new batch of files seized during the May 2011 raid on Osama bin Laden's compound, revealing new details about the al Qaeda leader's activities behind the high walls surrounding the house in Abbottabad, Pakistan, and how he directed ...

Fortune
Sexual Harassment Scandal Forces out UK Defense Secretary Fallon
Fortune
First of the many? Michael Fallon is one of 40 Tory MPs named in a dossier cataloguing potentially compromising or inappropriate bevavior. Carl Court Getty Images. By Geoffrey Smith. 12:37 AM EDT. A ballooning scandal around sexual harassment in ...

Washington Post
Protocol for Trump in Asia means no insults, no surprises
Washington Post
WASHINGTON — When in Asia, make sure handshakes aren't too long — or short. Don't bobble names or titles. Stifle the critical tweets and don't question the food. These key points of etiquette and protocol are part of the region's core culture known ...

Washington Post
The Balfour Declaration still divides the Middle East 100 years later
Washington Post
Want smart analysis of the most important news in your inbox every weekday along with other global reads, interesting ideas and opinions to know? Sign up for the Today's WorldView newsletter. In a year brimming with profoundly symbolic centennials, ...

Reuters
Commentary: Whose Catalonia coup is it anyway?
Reuters
For the hundreds of thousands of marchers thronging the palace-lined streets of Barcelona on Sunday, there was only one answer to the question about where storied Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, really belonged. “Viva España,” they chanted, waving ...

Washington Post
Before the New York attack: Practicing turns in a truck and watching ISIS videos
Washington Post
PATERSON, N.J. — Over the past few weeks, Carlos Batista noticed something odd — his neighbor Sayfullo Saipov would occasionally drive a Home Depot pickup truck on the block, even though he didn't seem to be carrying any building material or doing ...

New York Times
Navy Collisions That Killed 17 Sailors Were 'Avoidable,' Official Inquiry Says
New York Times
Seven sailors were killed in June when the destroyer Fitzgerald collided with a container ship near Japan. Credit Toru Hanai/Reuters. WASHINGTON — Two collisions between Navy destroyers and commercial vessels in the Western Pacific earlier this year ...

New York Times
China Blinks on South Korea, Making Nice After a Year of Hostilities
New York Times
Xi Jinping at the Communist Party Congress in Beijing last month. The Chinese president smoothed relations with South Korea on Tuesday. Credit Kevin Frayer/Getty Images. BEIJING — For more than a year, China has been railing against South Korea, ...

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