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Washington Post
The high price of feminism in the 'new' Saudi Arabia
Washington Post
It was just days before Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's March visit to the United States when Loujain al-Hathloul, one of Saudi Arabia's most high profile feminists, was stopped by security officers as she drove on a highway near her ...
Saudi Crackdown on Driving Activists Taints ReformsWall Street Journal
Saudi Women's Activists Arrested Ahead Of Driving BanNPR
Saudi Arabia arrests female activists weeks before lifting of driving banCNN
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New York Times
US Suspends Tariffs on China, Stoking Fears of a Loss of Leverage
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has suspended its plan to impose sweeping tariffs on China as it presses forward with trade talks, a gesture that will temporarily ease tensions between the two nations but rapidly increase pressure on President ...
China is winning Trump's trade warWashington Post
US is putting new tariffs on hold while negotiating with China, Mnuchin saysLos Angeles Times
US stock futures jump after Mnuchin says trade war 'on hold'Reuters
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CNN
Pompeo set to unveil US "Plan B" to confront Iran
CNN
Washington (CNN) Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will unveil the administration's "Plan B" for countering Iran on Monday, an idea that some critics call a "pipe dream," while others question whether the administration is coming clean on its goals for ...
Iran says Europe's support for nuclear deal not enoughReuters
Trump bucks establishment on foreign policy, takes different approaches to Iran and North KoreaWashington Times

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Washington Post
Sushi-making co-pilot, Nazarene pastors among Cuba victims
Washington Post
HAVANA — The co-pilot who loved to cook and was fond of inviting his colleagues over for sushi. An Argentine couple who had dreamed of vacationing in Cuba in their retirement. Evangelical pastors returning from a conference. Officials say 113 people ...
Cuban Authorities Identify 15 Victims of Friday's Deadly Plane CrashWall Street Journal
Cuba plane crash: Damojh company 'had safety complaints'BBC News
Cuba Confirms 110 Killed In Country's Deadliest Plane Crash Since 1989HuffPost
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New York Times
Trump Jr. and Other Aides Met With Gulf Emissary Offering Help to Win Election
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Three months before the 2016 election, a small group gathered at Trump Tower to meet with Donald Trump Jr., the president's eldest son. One was an Israeli specialist in social media manipulation. Another was an emissary for two wealthy ...
NYT: Donald Trump Jr. met with Gulf emissary at Trump Tower ahead of 2016 electionCNN
Mueller Probe Expands to Israeli Entrepreneur With UAE TiesWall Street Journal
Trump Goes Nuclear After Report His Son Discussed Illegal Campaign AidVanity Fair
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Washington Post
Venezuelans go to the polls amid calls for a boycott by Maduro opponents
Washington Post
CARACAS — Venezuelans went to the polls Sunday in an internationally condemned election that critics call a power grab by President Nicolás Maduro, who is seeking a new six-year term. This oil-producing nation is facing a near-total societal collapse ...
The Latest: Venezuela Polling Stations Being Kept Open LateU.S. News & World Report
Despite crisis and outcry, Maduro favored to win Venezuela voteReuters
Venezuela election: Polls close as opposition cries foulBBC News
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Washington Post
The Malaysian election results were a surprise. Here are 4 things to know.
Washington Post
Malaysia's ruling coalition had been in power for 61 years — until the May 9 surprise electoral upset by the Hope Pact (Pakatan Harapan) party coalition. While Southeast Asia has seen little in the way of democratic advance in recent years, Hope Pact ...

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