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Trump, Mahmoud Abbad, Palestine, Israel, peace

Trump: We Have ‘Best Shot Ever’ For Peace ‘In The Whole of Middle East’

In a meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, President Donald J. Trump expressed his hope for a lasting peace between Palestinians and Israelis amid a deadlock in talks over a number of thorny...

Russian and Syrian Force Crossed Euphrates Near Deir Ezzor, Coalition Confirms

A spokesperson for the U.S.-led Coalition confirmed on Wednesday that Russian and Syrian government forces have crossed the Euphrates river near Deir Ezzor, not far from where Syrian Democratic Forces were hit by an...
Rohingya Muslims, US, aid, UN, persecution

US To Contribute $32 Million in Aid to Displaced Rohingya

The U.S. Department of State announced on Wednesday that the United States will provide $32 million in humanitarian aid to Rohingya fleeing Myanmar amid widening persecution. Nearly 400,000 refugees have fled to Bangladesh following...
Catalonia, Catalan, Catalan independence, Catalan referendum, Spain, Guardia Civil

Spain Arrests 12 Officials Ahead of Catalan Independence Referendum

Spain's Guardia Civil military police force on Wednesday raided government ministries and detained 12 officials involved in organizing the Catalan independence referendum. Among those detained is Josep Maria Jove, the economic affairs secretary and aide...
Twitter transparency report terrorism accounts suspended

Twitter Says Nearly 300,000 Accounts Suspended for Promoting Terrorism

Twitter suspended nearly 300,000 accounts in the first six months of 2017 for "violations related to promotion of terrorism," according to the latest Twitter Transparency Report published on Tuesday. A total of 299,649 accounts were suspended for violations of Twitter's...
Aung San Suu Kyi Myanmar Burma Rohingya refugees

Aung San Suu Kyi Says Myanmar Does Not “Fear International Scrutiny” Over Rohingya Refugees

Myanmar's de facto leader, State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi said on Tuesday that the country does not “fear international scrutiny” over a military crackdown that has seen hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees flee...
Germany, AfD, Meuthen, Petry

German Election: Federal Arrival Of Right-Wing Populists

Plenty is at stake over the upcoming federal election in Germany on September 24. Big questions loom over the future of the country: The sustainability of its social market economic model, its defence obligations...

UN Human Rights Chief: Half of Imprisoned Journalists Are in Turkey

About half of all imprisoned journalists around the world are incarcerated in Turkey, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussain said on Monday. When asked by The Globe Post about the massive crackdown...
Zaman trial, journalists, media freedom, Turkey

Dozens of Turkish Journalists Stand Trial in Zaman Newspaper Case

Turkish authorities held on Monday the first hearing in the trial of nearly 30 journalists and writers who once worked for Zaman, the biggest newspaper in the country. The media outlet was later shut...