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Sanctions Are Hurting North Korea. Can They Make Kim Give In?

‘Bunker-Buster’ It may be too early to judge the full impact of the sanctions, which began to hurt only in the second half of 2017, after China appeared to step up enforcement. This means conditions in North Korea could deteriorate [...]
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Trump dodges question on Mueller and Rosenstein: ‘They are still here’

Regarding his compliance with Robert Mueller’s investigation, President Donald Trump maintained that “nobody has ever been more transparent” than he has. | Pablo [...]
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‘They Eat Money’: How Mandela’s Political Heirs Grow Rich Off Corruption

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“We were happy,” Mr. Ncongwane said, adding, in hindsight, “although we were happy for a crook.” In 2012, Mr. Zwane and agricultural department officials arrived in Vrede to promote the dairy farm project. Flanked by the council [...]
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White House Plan To Vanquish LYIN’ COMEY Is They Don’t Know Yet, Fuck It

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The highly anticipated release date for James Comey’s new book I Was A Real Douche About Hillary Stuff But Don’t Worry I Got Better is almost here! This means Comey is going on a media tour, starting Sunday with an interview with ABC [...]
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They Were Jailed for Miscarriages. Now, Campaign Aims to End Abortion Ban.

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El Salvador’s health ministry has thrown its support behind changing the law, and doctors have begun speaking out, arguing that the ban ties their hands in treating high-risk pregnancies. International organizations have condemned the [...]
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Volokolamsk journal: ‘When a City of 40,000 People Gets Poisoned, They Don’t Care’

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On Sunday, Mr. Zhdanov was detained by the police and sentenced to 14 days of administrative arrest for hindering access to transport infrastructure by organizing an illegal rally. The landfill crisis started in June, when residents of [...]
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From Thai Jail, Sex Coaches Say They Want to Trade U.S.-Russia Secrets for Safety

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The aluminum tycoon, Oleg V. Deripaska, has close ties with Mr. Putin and with Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, who has been indicted on money laundering charges by Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel [...]
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Protesters take to the streets — but can they take Congress?

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There’s energy on the streets, Joe Biden told a few dozen House Democrats in a private session this week, and it should be enough to produce a blue wave in November — but only if they figure out how to harness it. “If we don’t win [...]
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Republicans fear they botched Russia report rollout

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House Republicans are privately venting that they’ve fumbled the release of their own Russia probe report. The blaring headline the GOP wanted from this week’s rollout was clear: After a year of searching, Republicans on the House Intelligence [...]
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Hey, About Those Armed Teachers: They Really Need To Stop Shooting Students.

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Do ya feel lucky, punk? Document your answer using MLA citation format. In what could be seen as a karmic preview of today’s school walkouts to protest gun violence, a couple of Good Guys With Guns accidentally fired their guns in schools [...]