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Washington Post World NewsFeb 23, 2018
Donald Trump Jr.'s wild Indian finale: a controversial speech and buyers' dinner
Trump's private business trip to India has sparked conflict-of-interest concerns.

Donald Trump Jr. Retreats From Foreign Policy on India Trip (Int'l Herald Tribune)

Globe and MailFeb 23, 2018
Bombs fall on Syria's Ghouta region for sixth day, ahead of U.N. vote
The recent escalation has killed at least 426 people and injured hundreds more, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group says

Syria war: Ghouta pounded as UN tussles over ceasefire (BBC Front Page)

BBC Front PageFeb 23, 2018
Winter Olympics: Alina Zagitova beats Evgenia Medvedeva to figure skating gold
Fifteen-year-old Alina Zagitova becomes the youngest women's figure skating champion since 1998, defeating fellow Russian and two-time world champion Evgenia Medvedeva in the process.

Winter Olympics: Canada's Kelsey Serwa wins women's ski cross (BBC Front Page)

Globe and MailFeb 23, 2018
Australia's deputy PM resigns after affair with staffer
Barnaby Joyce, Australia's deputy prime minister, resigns from his post following an affair with a staffer and an allegation of harassment.

CNN WorldFeb 23, 2018
China seizes control of deal-hungry insurer Anbang

NewsweekFeb 23, 2018
Who Is Barnaby Joyce? Australia Deputy PM Who Campaigns for Family Values Resigns After Another Sex Scandal Emerges
Barnaby Joyce has finally decided to resign after a new sexual harassment allegation emerged on Friday.

Growing Scandal Forces Australia's Deputy Prime Minister To Resign (NPR Headline News)

Int'l Herald TribuneFeb 23, 2018
Winter Olympics Women's Figure Skating: Alina Zagitova Wins Gold
In a showdown between two Russians, Zagitova beat out her countrywoman, Evgenia Medvedeva, to win the gold medal.

BBC News Front Page | WorldFeb 23, 2018
Barnaby Joyce: Australia's Scandal-hit Australia deputy PM to resign
One of Australia's most colourful political figures, Barnaby Joyce will quit as the country's deputy PM.

NPR Headline NewsFeb 23, 2018
Second Russian Olympian Fails A Doping Test At Pyeongchang Winter Olympics
Nadezhda Sergeeva, a bobsled athlete, failed a drug test for a banned heart drug, the Russian Bobsled Federation announced on Friday.

NPR Headline NewsFeb 23, 2018
What It's Like to Visit Russia's 'Sports House' At The Pyeongchang Olympics
In the shadow of a doping scandal, Russian athletes, friends and fans are gathering at a hospitality venue during the Winter Games. "No alcohol," a man at the door warns visitors.

Globe and MailFeb 23, 2018
Second Russian athlete fails doping test at Olympics
Russian Bobsled Federation president Alexander Zubkov told The Associated Press on Friday that a drug-test sample that pilot Nadezhda Sergeeva gave on Sunday was positive

NYTimes GlobalFeb 23, 2018
Life on an Island: Silence, Beauty and a Long Wait for the Ferry
On remote islands off the coast of Maine, small bands of residents stay through the long winter. They embrace the emptiness and a frontier sensibility.

ABC NewsFeb 23, 2018
Armed sheriff's deputy who did ‘nothing' during Florida school shooting resigns
Deputy Scot Peterson resigned after he was suspended without pay.

Armed officer on the Florida high school campus did nothing to stop the shooter (CNBC World News)
Who Is Scot Peterson, Florida Deputy Who Should Have ‘Went In… Killed the Killer?' (Newsweek) - EuropeFeb 23, 2018
China seizes Anbang in move to curb dealmakers
Ex-chairman Wu Xiaohui charged with economic crimes as Beijing targets conglomerates

Globe and MailFeb 23, 2018
U.S. to announce new North Korea sanctions as South prepares for talks
Tougher sanctions may jeopardize the latest detente between the two Koreas, illustrated by the North's participation in the Winter Olympics in the South

Trump to announce new sanctions against North Korea as South prepares for talks (Reuters World News)
Trump administration to target North Korea with new sanctions (Globe and Mail)

BBC News Front Page | WorldFeb 23, 2018
Kelly Lindsey: Afghanistan women's coach says it is 'life or death' for players
Afghanistan women's coach Kelly Lindsey tells the BBC about the "unique" nature of a job which means all matches and training camps are held overseas.

NYTimes GlobalFeb 23, 2018
New York Today: New York Today: Commutes Both Bad and Good
Friday: The Worst Commute of the Week award, wet weather and a slew of film festivals.

NPR Headline NewsFeb 23, 2018
With Speech Friday, President Completes CPAC's Transformation To A Full-On Trump Show
The former libertarian-leaning annual conference has come to embrace President Trump's populism, with speakers from the White House touting the president's accomplishments.

Int'l Herald TribuneFeb 23, 2018
A Unique American Ritual: The School Shooting
Charles Whitman opened fire on the University of Texas campus in 1966. Since then, the images of school shootings across America are almost indistinguishable.

NPR Headline NewsFeb 23, 2018
New Report Finds Climate Change Could Take A $1 Billion Bite From Winter Sports
As the climate warms, a new report finds that low-snow years like this one can cost the U.S. winter sports industry up to $1 billion. That can bring economic pain well beyond ski resorts.

Washington Post World NewsFeb 23, 2018
Top EU diplomat says donors pledge 414 million euros ($510 million) for Africa's Sahel region
Top EU diplomat says donors pledge 414 million euros ($510 million) for Africa's Sahel region .

The Latest: $510 million pledged for West Africa's Sahel (Washington Post World News)
Donors pledge $510 million to West Africa's Sahel region (Washington Post World News)

Washington Post World NewsFeb 23, 2018
Europeans look for a way to preserve nuclear deal while punishing Iran and satisfying Trump
Negotiations are underway between the United States and its allies to address administration concerns about Iran.

Washington Post World NewsFeb 23, 2018
Zagitova edges Medvedeva to win women's figure skating gold
Close friends, fierce competitors and, now, the two best women figure skaters in the world.

NewsweekFeb 23, 2018
Iran Plans Nuclear Submarines In Defiance of U.S. And Trump's Warnings
The UN's nuclear agency believes Iran has said it will build the submarines because of Trump's threats.

BBC News Front Page | WorldFeb 23, 2018
Sex abuse of groomed UK women 'extensive'
After 700 victims were groomed in one region, ministers are told to urgently review exploitation laws. - Comment & AnalysisFeb 23, 2018
Is Bitcoin getting better, and for five year-olds?
There are rules on which shades go with which, but planting can be most effective when it breaks rules

ABC NewsFeb 23, 2018
Ivanka Trump arrives in South Korea ahead of Olympics closing ceremony
Trump will be leading the U.S. delegation and attending Sunday's close.

NPR Headline NewsFeb 23, 2018
Finding Strength In Shared Stories Of Childhood Sexual Abuse
In a StoryCorps conversation, two women who attended the New Bethany Home for Girls in Louisiana talk about the abuse they say they experienced there and how it affected them years later.

BBC News Front Page | WorldFeb 23, 2018
Winter Olympics 2018: Ivanka Trump arrives for closing ceremony
The first daughter is leading a US delegation to the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics.

BBC Front PageFeb 23, 2018
News Daily: RBS in profit, and Florida officer 'didn't confront killer'
Your morning briefing for 23 February 2018.

Policeman dies in Spain football clashes (BBC News Front Page | World)

Int'l Herald TribuneFeb 23, 2018
Europe Edition: Syria, Winter Olympics, Neanderthals: Your Friday Briefing
Here's what you need to know to start your day.

NPR Headline NewsFeb 23, 2018
Coal Jobs Have Gone Up Under Trump, But Not Because Of His Policies
The number of U.S. coal jobs rose slightly during the president's first year in office. But energy analysts credit short-term market forces and say they won't stop long-term decline.

Int'l Herald TribuneFeb 22, 2018
Haiti Suspends Oxfam Great Britain After Sex Scandal
Two weeks after learning that Oxfam staff members had sex parties with prostitutes after the 2010 earthquake, the Haitian government is investigating.

BBC Front PageFeb 22, 2018
Weinstein sorry for using Streep and Lawrence to ward off lawsuit
The disgraced movie mogul apologises after his lawyers quoted Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence.

Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep Issue Scathing Retort to Harvey Weinstein After Producer Name Drops Them in Lawsuit (Newsweek)

NPR Headline NewsFeb 22, 2018
Amnesty International Finds Human Rights Deteriorating Around The World
The group's annual report claims that increasingly world leaders are "undermining the rights of millions." It sees a "feeble response" to crimes against humanity from Syria to South Sudan.

Int'l Herald TribuneFeb 22, 2018
Iran Finally Let Her See Her Husband. He Was Dead.
The authorities say Kavous Seyed Emami, a prominent environmentalist, committed suicide in prison. His wife and sons doubt that, and are demanding answers.

NewsweekFeb 22, 2018
Eric Trump's CPAC Speech to America: "You Are Losing Manners"
President Trump's youngest son, Eric Trump, tells a small audience at CPAC that the nation has lost its "manners" and decries the lack of "consequences for behavior."

WSJ World NewsFeb 22, 2018
North Korean General's Presence at Olympics Closing Ceremony Presents a Quandary for U.S.
Pyongyang's plan to have an army general tied to two attacks on South Korean forces lead North Korea's delegation to the Winter Olympics' closing ceremonies this weekend presents a diplomatic quandary for U.S. presidential adviser Ivanka Trump, who is also set to attend.

NewsweekFeb 22, 2018
Trump, CPAC Lovefest Interrupted by Conservative Commentator Ben Shapiro, Who Calls President's Lies ‘Immoral'
Ben Shapiro told President Trump to stop lying, in a rare CPAC rebuke.

Washington Post World NewsFeb 22, 2018
European Central Bank hints at revising stimulus outlook
The European Central Bank could indicate as soon as March that it is mulling an earlier end to its stimulus program, minutes to the bank's last policy meeting suggested Thursday.

Int'l Herald TribuneFeb 22, 2018
U.S. Embassy in Montenegro Is Attacked, but Only the Assailant Is Killed
No personnel were injured when an unidentified man threw an explosive device late Wednesday night. The attacker was killed.

Hand Grenade Thrown At U.S. Embassy In Montenegro, Attacker Killed (NPR Headline News)

Washington Post World NewsFeb 22, 2018
Top US diplomat in Venezuela under fire for tough comments
The head of Venezuela's government-controlled assembly on Thursday accused the top U.S. diplomat in Caracas of promoting a coup and threatened to take "corresponding diplomatic measures" against him but stopped short of saying he would be expelled.

Reuters World NewsFeb 22, 2018
Chinese paper says U.S. should learn from China, restrict guns, protect rights
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The United States should learn from China and "genuinely" protect human rights by restricting gun ownership, an editorial in a widely read state-run Chinese newspaper said on Friday.

CNN WorldFeb 17, 2018
From the oldest human fossils outside of Africa to ancient fingerprints, here are five amazing archaeological finds from the past five years.

Globe and MailFeb 11, 2018
Canadian firms increasingly hiring outside CEO hires in bad times, study finds
Report by Spencer Stuart also finds the proportion of female CEOs in Canada has changed little over the past decade

CNBC World NewsJan 29, 2018
Japanese chipmaker Renesas is in talks to acquire Maxim, in a deal that could approach $20 billion
Renesas is in talks to buy Maxim in what could be a $20 billion deal, according to people familiar with the matter.
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