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CNN
Jamal Khashoggi's son arrives in US
CNN
Washington (CNN) The son of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi has left Saudi Arabia and arrived in the United States, a source close to the family told CNN. Salah bin Jamal Khashoggi, a dual US-Saudi citizen, had previously been unable to leave Saudi ...

Washington Post
Why travel with the caravan? To avoid one of the world's most dangerous smuggling routes.
Washington Post
MEXICO CITY — For many of the migrants now traveling north through Mexico, the decision to join the caravan was not simply a reaction to violence or poverty in Central America. It was an alternative to one of the world's most expensive, and most ...

BBC News
Jordan flash floods: School bus swept away near Dead Sea
BBC News
At least 17 people have been killed in flash floods near the Dead Sea in Jordan, most of them in a bus that was swept away. The bus was carrying 37 pupils and seven members of staff to the Zara Maeen hot springs area when it was washed away, officials ...

The Express Tribune
China, US working on defense meeting amid spike in tensions
Washington Post
BEIJING — China said Thursday it is working with the Pentagon on arranging a visit to the U.S. by Defense Minister Wei Fenghe that has been sidelined by a spike in tensions. Defense Ministry spokesman Wu Qian told reporters the sides were ...

Bloomberg
China Bets Vast Supply Chain Can Swallow Trump's Tariff Pain
Bloomberg
China is banking on its dominance of global supply chains to help it ride out the pain from Donald Trump's trade war. Consider the case of pallet jacks made by Staxx Material Handling Equipment Co. from Ningbo on the nation's east coast. Chinese ...

Washington Post
Category 5 typhoon Yutu devastates the Northern Marianas in worst storm to hit any part of US since 1935
Washington Post
Typhoon Yutu's 180 mph winds overturned cars, knocked down hundreds of power poles and left an island of thousands without a medical center and another without an airport. Buildings were reduced to haphazard piles of tin and wood; if a structure wasn't ...

NPR
Ethiopia Gets Its 1st Female President
NPR
Ethiopia's parliament has made Sahle-Work Zewde the country's first female president. And while the role is largely ceremonial, her appointment carries power in what it signifies. Sahle-Work, an experienced diplomat, is the first female head of state ...

Wall Street Journal
China Cuts Iran Oil Purchases Ahead of US Sanctions
Wall Street Journal
China is cutting some of its oil trade with Iran after vowing for months to resist U.S. sanctions on the exports, providing Washington with an unexpected boost to its efforts to isolate the Islamic Republic. The move comes as Saudi Arabia, seeking to ...

ABC News
UK data watchdog slams Facebook with maximum fine for violating data laws
ABC News
Britain's data and information watchdog has fined Facebook more than $644,000 for serious breaches of data protection laws. Interested in Facebook? Add Facebook as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Facebook news, video, and analysis from ABC ...

Washington Post
Today, NATO begins a huge military exercise. Here's what you need to know.
Washington Post
This is the year for newsworthy military exercises. President Trump's surprising cancellation of the annual U.S.-South Korea maneuvers in June hinted at how important such exercises can be in geopolitical and diplomatic relationships. In September, as ...

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