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Putin blames downing of Russian plane in Syria on 'tragic chance events,' plays down Israeli culpability
Washington Post
BEIRUT — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday described the downing of a Russian plane in Syria as the result of “tragic chance events,” appearing to dial back a rare flare-up in tensions with Israel. Fifteen Russian service personnel were ...
Putin Calls Downing of Russian Plane in Syria 'Tragic,' Absolves IsraelNew York Times
Russian reconnaissance plane shot down by Syrian missile, killing 15; Russia blames IsraelMilitary Times
Syria accidentally shot down a Russian military
ABC News -Democracy Now! -Washington Examiner -Wall Street Journal
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China Strikes $60 Billion of US Goods in Growing Trade War
China announced it will take retaliatory tariff action against $60 billion of U.S. goods, sharply escalating their trade conflict as the Trump administration considers imposing duties on almost all Chinese imports. China's retaliatory tariffs, on items ...
The Latest: Sec. Ross: Americans Won't Feel Trade-War StingU.S. News & World Report
New tariff list creates risk of 'downward cycle' for US auto industryDetroit Free Press
China to retaliate with tariffs on $60B more of US goodsPolitico
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German spy chief dismissed amid row with Merkel over 'fake' video that wasn't fake
Washington Post
BERLIN — Germany's domestic intelligence chief, Hans-Georg Maassen, was removed from his office Tuesday evening amid a fallout with German Chancellor Angela Merkel that at times appeared to threaten her political future. Maassen's dismissal serves ...
Merkel Seeks to Break German Political Gridlock Over Spy ChiefBloomberg
Merkel Tested as Her Chief Spy Becomes a Hero of the Far RightNew York Times
Angela Merkel to decide on spy chief's fate after far-right
Deutsche Welle
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Wall Street Journal
Russian Pussy Riot Member Likely Poisoned, German Doctors Confirm
Wall Street Journal
BERLIN—A member of Pussy Riot, a Russian punk group that has drawn the spotlight for its flamboyant anti-Kremlin protests, was likely poisoned with an unknown substance, according to German doctors, the latest in a string of similar cases involving ...
German Doctors Say It's 'Highly Plausible' Pussy Riot Activist Was PoisonedNPR
Pussy Riot Activist May Have Been Poisoned, German Doctors SayNew York Times
Doctors Say Pussy Riot Member Probably Poisoned, As Reports Emerge He Was Investigating Murder of Russian ...Newsweek
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Philippines typhoon: Families line up to identify landslide dead
Itogon, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines (CNN) "We have two more bodies to identify," an official told the crowd through a megaphone as they lined up in the sweltering heat Tuesday. All afternoon the relatives of those believed to have ...
How To Help Typhoon Mangkhut Victims, Because It's The Strongest Storm 2018 Has Seen YetBustle
Philippine Miners Trapped in Typhoon: Drawn by Gold, Drowned in MudNew York Times
16 bodies recovered in Benguet landslide, dozens more feared buriedPhilippine Star
Rappler -New York Times -Hong Kong Observatory
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Rubio Twitter-shames chef 'Salt Bae' for feeding brutal dictator
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio railed against the celebrity chef known as 'Salt Bae' on Monday and Tuesday for posting social media videos of him obsequiously feeding lamb to Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro, whose nation is reeling from a food-shortage ...
Marco Rubio Goes Off On Salt Bae For Serving Venezuela's MaduroHuffPost
Why Marco Rubio Went on a Twitter Tirade Against Salt BaeSlate Magazine
Marco Rubio Twitter-Assassinates Celebrity Chef Salt Bae For Serving Dictator SteakObserver
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New York Times
Myanmar's 'Gravest Crimes' Against Rohingya Demand Action, UN Says
New York Times
GENEVA — Catching up with villagers from Min Gyi who had escaped the Myanmar Army's assault on their homes, the soldiers first killed all the men, shooting them and then methodically slitting the throats of those who lingered. Then they turned on the ...
Take Rohingya genocide to ICJThe Star Online

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4 Things to Know About Yom Kippur
Yom Kippur is a Jewish holiday that is marked by its solemnity and a day to begin the new year with a fresh start. Yom Kippur, which begins on Sept. 18 this year, is one of the most important religious days in Judaism. (Though it might not seem that ...
Yom Kippur is my favorite Jewish holiday. Yes, Yom KippurFox News
Kapparot: Why Thousands of Chickens Will Die Today in Controversial Ancient RitualNewsweek
UGA works to resolve career fair schedule conflict on Jewish holy dayAtlanta Journal Constitution
International Business Times -New York Times
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South Africa's top court legalises personal cannabis use
A man smokes a joint after South Africa's top court ruled that personal cannabis use is legal on September 18 Credit: WIKUS DE WET/AFP. Agence France-Presse. 18 September 2018 • 5:01pm. Follow ...
Highest court gives green light to daggaBusiness Day
Constitutional Court ruling on daggaNews24

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