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Merkel Upsets Just About Everyone With Her EU Refugee Plan

Merkel Upsets Just About Everyone With Her EU Refugee Plan

German Chancellor Angela Merkel came to Brussels armed with a fresh demand that eastern European Union countries accept refugees and ended up sparking criticism from western allies in the bloc.
May Knows Danger of Cabinet Split on Brexit Still Lies Ahead

May Knows Danger of Cabinet Split on Brexit Still Lies Ahead

Theresa May is braced for her Cabinet to split when the European Union rejects her demands for a sweeping free trade deal, after her senior team agreed to put off the hardest Brexit decisions until
Kim Jong Un’s ‘Lipstick Soldiers’ Are Stuck in Time

Kim Jong Un’s ‘Lipstick Soldiers’ Are Stuck in Time

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s cheering squad mesmerized the 2018 Winter Olympics as his “lipstick soldiers” belted out catchy fight songs and clapped in unison.

Sudan Weighs Changes at Central Bank, Cabinet to Improve Economy

Sudan will replace its central bank governor and change its cabinet in a bid to improve the economy, a ruling party official said, as the North African nation faces soaring inflation and sporadic
Trump Says Mexico Must Do More to Combat MS-13

Trump Says Mexico Must Do More to Combat MS-13

President Donald Trump is calling on Mexico to block MS-13 gang members from traveling through their country on the way to the U.S.
Terrorism Concerns Prompt D.C. Parking Changes for Special Events

Terrorism Concerns Prompt D.C. Parking Changes for Special Events

A new parking policy could force thousands to move their cars during major events in the U.S. capital.
Investor in Bribery Case Opens New Attack on Latvian Bank Chief

Investor in Bribery Case Opens New Attack on Latvian Bank Chief

The investor who accused Latvia’s central bank chief of corruption has opened a new line of attack as allegations of payoffs and money laundering roil the Baltic nation’s financial system.
Tanzania, Kenya Looking to Solve Trade Disputes, Presidency Says

Tanzania, Kenya Looking to Solve Trade Disputes, Presidency Says

Tanzania and Kenya ordered officials to look into resolving “small” disagreements over trade between the East African neighbors, Tanzania’s presidency said.
Pakistan to Be Placed Back on Terror-Financing List, Source Says

Pakistan to Be Placed Back on Terror-Financing List, Source Says

Pakistan will be placed back onto an international terrorism-financing watch list from June, according to a person with direct knowledge of the matter.
What Will Trump Say Next About Gun Control?

What Will Trump Say Next About Gun Control?

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How South Africa Is Cleaning House After Zuma’s Eviction

How South Africa Is Cleaning House After Zuma’s Eviction

Among the most damning allegations is that former President Jacob Zuma allowed the Gupta family to influence cabinet appointments and loot billions of rand from state coffers.
Adelson Offers to Help Pay for Jerusalem Embassy

Adelson Offers to Help Pay for Jerusalem Embassy

The Trump administration is considering an offer from Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson to pay for at least part of a new U.S. embassy in Jerusalem, four U.S. officials told The Associated Press.
Police Fight Radicals as Italian Candidates Unite Against Juncker

Police Fight Radicals as Italian Candidates Unite Against Juncker

Italians go to the polls on March 4 with voters divided over the country’s relationship with the European Union, taxes and immigration. Here’s your daily guide to the latest news.
Indonesia's Biggest Political Party Backs Jokowi Re-Election

Indonesia's Biggest Political Party Backs Jokowi Re-Election

Indonesian President Joko Widodo won the backing of the nation’s biggest political party for a second five-year term in office.
Trump’s Lawyer Uses Radio Show to Chip Away at Mueller Probe

Trump’s Lawyer Uses Radio Show to Chip Away at Mueller Probe

For at least an hour each weekday, Jay Sekulow, a lawyer for President Donald Trump, takes a break from tasks like negotiating terms for Special Counsel Robert Mueller to interview the president to
Trump Embraces Guns for Teachers, Scorns ‘Coward’ Florida Deputy

Trump Embraces Guns for Teachers, Scorns ‘Coward’ Florida Deputy

President Donald Trump intensified his call to arm “gun-adept” teachers and school staff on Friday, taking another step toward gun-rights advocates even as he proposes some changes they’ve long
With Elections to Win, One Nafta Team May Prefer to Keep Talking

With Elections to Win, One Nafta Team May Prefer to Keep Talking

Few people are cheering the prospect of several more months of Nafta talks. Mexico’s ruling party may be among that small group.
Erdogan Redraws Electoral Rules to Boost 2019 Victory Chances

Erdogan Redraws Electoral Rules to Boost 2019 Victory Chances

A nationalist alliance led by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is amending laws to try and secure his victory in the next Turkish election, which will mark the coronation of the presidential office as
May’s Cabinet Backs the Brexit Plan the EU Is Poised to Reject

May’s Cabinet Backs the Brexit Plan the EU Is Poised to Reject

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May won the backing of her divided Brexit “war cabinet” to ask for an ambitious trade deal with the European Union after a marathon eight-hour meeting at her country house.
Brexit Bulletin: May’s Deal Might Not Hold

Brexit Bulletin: May’s Deal Might Not Hold

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