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Interpol elects South Korean as president, rejecting Russian frontrunner accused of abusing "red notice" system

Source Feed: BBC News - World

More than a year after the Iraqi town of Qaim was freed from the Islamic State group, booms from airstrikes still echo and columns of smoke rise beyond the berms and concrete walls marking the border with Syria.

Source Feed: FOX News
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In this corner of China's far west, rows of identical white concrete houses with red metal roofs rise abruptly above the sand dunes of the harsh Taklamakan Desert.

Source Feed: FOX News
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Israel said Tuesday it would slap high taxes on vacation rental company Airbnb and encourage legal steps against the site over its decision to ban listings from West Bank settlements.

Source Feed: FOX News
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Hard-line, pro-Brexit Conservatives thought they could force a confidence vote against the prime minister. Then, embarrassingly, their support melted away.

Source Feed: NYT > World
Categories: great britain withdrawal from eu (brexit), conservative party (great britain), democratic unionist party (northern ireland), hague, william, may, theresa m, rees-mogg, jacob, great britain

President-elect Jair Bolsonaro’s enthusiasm for closer ties with America is among the starkest signs that Brazil’s foreign policy is about to undergo profound changes.

Source Feed: NYT > World
Categories: united states international relations, bolsonaro, jair (1955- ), brazil, united states



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South Korea said Wednesday it will dissolve a foundation funded by Japan to compensate South Korean women who were forced to work in Japan's World War II military brothels.

Source Feed: FOX News
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An acclaimed photographer has been released from a jail in Bangladesh more than three months after he was arrested on charges of spreading false information about a street protest and propaganda against the government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

Source Feed: FOX News
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What and where is the world's best new building? Today, the judges of the 2018 RIBA International Prize have announced that it's a pair of school boarding houses (named "Children Village") set in a remote rural location on the fringes of enormous rice fields in Brazil's tropical Tocantins province some 370 miles north east of Brasília and 930 miles from the sea.

Source Feed: CNN.com - RSS Channel - World



The prospect of a Russian presidency ignited lobbying by American and European officials. Rights groups warn it may make Interpol vulnerable to Kremlin influence.

Source Feed: NYT > World
Categories: interpol (international criminal police organization), appointments and executive changes, prokopchuk, aleksandr v., meng hongwei (1953- ), russia, china, politics and government, international relations

Renault appointed an acting chief executive on Tuesday but stopped short of removing Carlos Ghosn as CEO and chairman following his arrest on suspicion of financial misconduct in Japan.

Source Feed: CNN.com - RSS Channel - World

The British architect Norman Foster’s studio has announced plans to raise a skyscraper shaped like an unopened blossom atop a concrete stalk in the city’s financial district.

Source Feed: NYT > World
Categories: foster, norman, architecture, london (england), buildings (structures)



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