Arrest in Costa Rica over missing Florida woman as ID pending on body found near her Airbnb
A security guard at the Airbnb complex where missing Florida woman Carla Stefaniak was staying has been arrested, authorities said Tuesday. The announcement of the arrest came as Stefaniak's brother and father were in Costa Rica to identify whether a ...
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Body found in Costa Rica matches missing US tourist Carla Stefaniak, officials sayCBS News
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Russia Won't 'Beg' for Talks With Trump, Kremlin Aide Says
Russian President Vladimir Putin still wants to have talks with U.S. counterpart Donald Trump but after two failed attempts to meet in less than a month, it's up to Washington to make the first move, according to the Kremlin. “We won't beg the American ...
Commentary: For G20 leaders, greater problems yet to comeReuters
News Flash: No Major Damage Done at G-20!New York Times
Putin trip to Washington to meet with President Trump is now 'out of question,' Kremlin saysUSA TODAY
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Pompeo Questions the Value of International Groups Like UN and EU
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BRUSSELS — In a major speech on Tuesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tried to explain one of the abiding conundrums of the Trump administration: How does a nationalist lead on the international stage? The answer, he said, is to jettison some ...
US Takes Aim at China, Iran, Russia Over Treaty ViolationsU.S. News & World Report
Iran wants to expand missile range despite US ireReuters
Mike Pompeo trumpets Trump foreign policy in European visit, says critics 'just plain wrong'Washington Times
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Trump's Aides Struggle to Detail Deal He Says He Cut With Xi
President Donald Trump's advisers are scrambling to explain a trade deal he claimed he'd struck with China to reduce tariffs on U.S. cars exported to the country -- an agreement that doesn't exist on paper and still hasn't been confirmed in Beijing. In ...
The Finance 202: China hawks applaud choice of Lighthizer to lead negotiationsWashington Post
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Trump vows 'very big' ag benefits from trade truce, but few Iowa farm leaders expect export bumpUSA TODAY
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EU court adviser: Britain could change its mind on Brexit
LONDON (AP) — A top official at the European Union's highest court advised Tuesday that Britain can unilaterally change its mind about leaving the European Union, boosting hopes among to pro-EU campaigners in the U.K. that Brexit can be stopped.
Brexit: EU legal opinion says UK can unilaterally withdraw Article 50Yahoo News
UK and EU must 'wake up' to risk of grounded flights after Brexit, airline body warnsCNBC
Remainers Mobilise After European Court Opens Door to Cancelling Brexit AltogetherBreitbart News
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Myanmar's Massacre of Rohingya Is Genocide, US-Hired Law Firm Says
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The Myanmar military's mass killings of the Rohingya minority amount to genocide, according to the law firm hired by the U.S. government to investigate the crisis, a finding that raises pressure on the U.S. to impose harsher sanctions against the country.
US law firm says Myanmar committed genocide against RohingyaAljazeera.com
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Humanitarian Law Group Calls For Tribunal On Violence Against RohingyaThe Denver Channel
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Manafort Tried to Broker Deal With Ecuador to Hand Assange Over to US
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WASHINGTON — In mid-May 2017, Paul Manafort, facing intensifying pressure to settle debts and pay mounting legal bills, flew to Ecuador to offer his services to a potentially lucrative new client — the country's incoming president, Lenín Moreno.
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May's Government Faces Contempt Vote Over Brexit Legal Advice
Theresa May's attempt to sell her Brexit deal to skeptical lawmakers was torpedoed before it had even begun, as opposition parties were granted an emergency debate on whether her government is in contempt of Parliament for refusing to release legal ...
Presenting Legal Advice, PM May Fans Flames of Brexit RebellionU.S. News & World Report
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Mexico's 'common man' president pledges end to secrecy
MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Mexico's newly inaugurated president kicked off his first Monday in office with something not seen in recent history — a news conference and a pledge to hold one every working day of his six-year term to keep the people informed.
Populism comes to Mexico as old symbols laid to wasteThe Hill
Mexico's Lopez Obrador Hails End to Aloof Politics, Launches Daily AddressU.S. News & World Report
Mexican Pres. López Obrador creates truth commission on 43 missing college studentsNBCNews.com
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Putin trip to Washington to meet with President Trump is now ‘out of question,’ Kremlin says – USA TODAY
Putin trip to Washington to meet with President Trump is now 'out of question,' Kremlin says
WASHINGTON – Russian President Vladimir Putin won't be coming to Washington for a second summit with President Donald Trump anytime soon, a Putin spokesman said Monday. "Now it is out of (the) question," Dmitry Peskov, Putin's spokesman, told ...
Russia's attack on Ukraine is an act of warThe Hill
Ukraine calls up reservists amid tensions with RussiaThe Boston Globe
'He Is a Patriot': Ukrainians Rally Around Defiant Sailor Detained by RussiaWall Street Journal
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