World News of the Week – September 17 to September 23, 2018

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South Korean President Moon and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang, North Korea (via AP)

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What You Need To Know:

1. At least 224 people died in Tanzania after a ferry capsized on Lake Victoria.

2. The U.S. imposed sanctions on the Chinese military for buying fighter jets and missile systems from Russia, in breach of a sanctions law punishing Moscow for meddling in the 2016 U.S. election.

3. Turkey’s chief prosecutor ordered the detention of 110 soldiers from the air force for suspected links to a U.S.-based cleric Turkey says orchestrated a failed coup in 2016.

4. At least 14 civilians and four soldiers were killed in an attack by rebels on the town of Beni in eastern Congo, disrupting efforts to contain an Ebola epidemic in the area.

5. A Russian reconnaissance aircraft was shot down by Syrian forces responding to an Israeli airstrike, killing all 15 people aboard.

6. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was re-elected as head of his ruling Liberal Democratic Party in a landslide, paving the way for up to three more years as the nation’s leader and a push toward a constitutional revision.

7. North Korea’s Kim Jong Un claimed he would permanently dismantle North Korea’s main nuclear complex only if the United States takes unspecified corresponding measures.

8. The head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency lost his job after his remarks downplaying anti-migrant violence became a battleground between Chancellor Merkel and her conservative critics.

9. At least 24 people were killed in a shooting attack on a military parade in southwestern Iran.

10. Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang, the country’s No. 2 after the ruling Communist Party’s leader, died after a serious illness.

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World News of the Week – September 10 to September 16, 2018

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Hurricane Florence heading for the eastern coastline of the United States, taken by cameras outside the International Space Station (via Reuters)

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What You Need To Know: 

1. A super typhoon made landfall in China’s Guangdong, the country’s most populous province, after wreaking havoc in Hong Kong and Macau and killing potentially more than 50 people in the Philippines.

2. A suicide bomber detonated his explosives-filled vest among a group of people protesting a local police commander in eastern Afghanistan, killing at least 68 people.

3.  Hungarian Prime Minister Orban suffered a rare political setback as E.U. lawmakers voted to pursue unprecedented action against his government for allegedly undermining the bloc’s democratic values and rule of law.

4. Thousands of Costa Ricans protested against a proposed fiscal reform, dealing their center-left president his first major test since taking office

5. The leaders of Russia and Turkey agreed to establish a demilitarized zone in Syria’s Idlib region, the last major stronghold of anti-government rebels where fears had been running high of a devastating offensive by government forces.

6. U.S. President Trump directed aides to proceed with tariffs on another $200 billion of Chinese goods, despite Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s attempts to restart trade talks with China.

7. A man drove an SUV deliberately into a crowd in central China before jumping out and attacking victims with a dagger, killing 11 people.

8. Pope Francis accepted the resignation of a U.S. bishop and authorized an investigation into allegations he sexually harassed adults.

9. Zimbabwe declared a cholera outbreak in Harare after 20 people died from the disease and more than 2,000 were infected by drinking contaminated water.

10. Brazil’s most popular politician, imprisoned former president Lula da Silva, ended his legal battle to run for the top office in next month’s election. His running mate, Fernando Haddad, will replace him.

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World News of the Week – September 4 to September 9, 2018

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Russian police officers arrest a young man during a rally protesting retirement age rises (via AP)

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What You Need To Know: 

1. Taliban insurgents launched separate attacks on Afghan security forces in the country’s north, killing at least 52 people.

2. India’s Supreme Court struck down a colonial-era law that made gay sex punishable by up to 10 years in prison, a landmark victory for gay rights.

3. The Trump administration to slap tariffs of up to 25% on an additional $200 billion in Chinese goods, escalating a confrontation between the world’s two biggest economies.

4. Syrian Prime Minister Khamis said that opposition-controlled Idlib province will soon be restored to Syrian state sovereignty, vowing to win any coming war.

5. Voters handed Sweden’s ruling party its worst-ever election result and delivered a parallel lift to a far-right party with white supremacist roots, leaving the ideological outline of the next government uncertain.

6. Iraqi protesters set fire to a provincial government building in the southern city of Basra, despite a curfew imposed by authorities to try and quell demonstrations against poor public services and unemployment.

7. Jair Bolsonaro, a leading Brazilian presidential candidate whose heated rhetoric has electrified some voters and angered others, was stabbed at a campaign event and suffered serious abdominal injuries.

8. The toll from an earthquake that rocked Japan’s northernmost main island of Hokkaido rose to 20 after an entire mountainside collapsed on homes.

9. Britain deepened its diplomatic feud with Moscow charging two men it says are Russian military intelligence officers with the nerve-agent poisoning of Sergei Skripal.

10. North Korea held a major military parade to celebrate its 70th anniversary, but in keeping with leader Kim Jong Un’s new policies, the emphasis was firmly on building up the economy, not on nuclear weapons.

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World News of the Week – August 27 to September 3, 2018

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Cindy McCain, wife of U.S. Senator John McCain, touches his casket during a memorial service at the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona (via Reuters)

What You Need To Know: 

1. President Trump warned Canada that it “will be out” of a revised North American trade agreement unless it’s “fair” to the United States, and he threatened to scrap the current deal should Congress “interfere” with the negotiations.

2. A blast in a cafe in eastern Ukraine killed the prime minister of the self-declared Donetsk People’s Republic, Alexander Zakharchenko, who had been fighting Ukrainian forces since 2014.

3. Islamist militants killed up to 30 soldiers in an attack on a military base in northeast Nigeria, in one of the biggest attacks of its kind this year.

4. U.N. human rights experts claim the governments of Yemen, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia have been responsible for war crimes since Yemen’s conflict intensified 3½ years ago, including rape, torture, arbitrary detention and use of child soldiers.

5. A Myanmar court sentenced two Reuters journalists to seven years in prison on charges of illegal possession of official documents, a ruling met with international condemnation that will add to outrage over the military’s human rights abuses against Rohingya Muslims.

6. Five Kenyan soldiers were killed and 10 wounded when their car ran over a homemade bomb in northern Kenya.

7. The U.S. canceled $300 million in planned aid to Pakistan reflecting the Trump administration’s dissatisfaction with Pakistan’s commitment to assisting the U.S. strategy for pressuring the Taliban, whose leaders use Pakistan as a sanctuary.

8. Brazil’s top electoral court barred jailed former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva from running in this year’s presidential because of his corruption conviction.

9. A bomb blast killed one person and injured 15 in an internet cafe in the southern Philippines, in the second such attack in days blamed by the military on pro-Islamic State militants.

10. Indonesia‘s President Widodo announced that Indonesia will bid to host the 2032 Olympics following the success of the Asian Games held there over the past two weeks.

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World News of the Week – August 20 to August 26, 2018

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Pope Francis arrives in Dublin, Ireland (via AP) 

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What You Need To Know: 

1. U.S. President Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen testified that Trump directed him to commit a crime by arranging payments ahead of the 2016 presidential election to silence two women who said they had affairs with Trump.

2. Australia has a new prime minister in Scott Morrison – the socially conservative architect of hardline anti-asylum seeker policies – after he mounted a late challenge during a drawn-out struggle for power in the governing Liberal party.

3. Zimbabwe inaugurated the military-backed President Mnangagwa for the second time in nine months as the country is now largely subdued by renewed harassment of the opposition and a bitterly disputed election.

4. Afghanistan’s President Ghani rejected resignations tendered a day earlier by three senior security officials: the Defense Minister, the Interior Minister, and the head of the National Directorate of Security.

5. Iran’s parliament voted to fire the country’s finance minister amid an economic freefall, dealing another blow to President Hassan Rouhani’s embattled administration.

6. Pope Francis issued a sweeping apology for the “crimes” of the Catholic Church in Ireland, saying church officials didn’t respond with compassion, truth or justice to the many children and women who were abused over generations.

7. The United States and China went ahead with tariff hikes on billions of dollars of each other’s automobiles, factory machinery and other goods in an escalation of a battle over Beijing’s technology policy that companies worry will chill global economic growth.

8. An air strike by the Saudi-led coalition killed 26 civilians (22 children and 4 women) near Hodeidah in Yemen.

9. A Ugandan pop star-turned-lawmaker who opposes the longtime president was charged with treason in a civilian court, hours after he was severely beaten in detention.

10. Russian opposition leader Navalny was detained outside his home in Moscow ahead of planned nationwide anti-government protest rallies; he was later taken to a hospital with a suspected broken finger.

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World News of the Week – August 13 to August 19, 2018

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A view of the Morandi highway bridge that collapsed in Genoa, Italy (via AP)

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What You Need To Know: 

1. Some 800,000 people have been displaced and over 350 have died in the worst flooding in a century in southern India’s Kerala state, as rescuers searched for people stranded in the worst-affected areas

2. At least 43 people died in the Italian port city of Genoa when a concrete bridge collapsed.

3. Cricket star-turned-politician Imran Khan was chosen as Pakistan’s next prime minister, elected on a promise to reform a system rife with corruption and traditionally controlled by the country’s powerful landowners.

4. A suicide bomber struck a private education center in a Shiite neighborhood of Kabul killing 48 students.

5. Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita won a second five-year term in the turbulent West African nation with more than 67 percent of the vote in a runoff election.

6. Multiple strong earthquakes killed at least a dozen people on the Indonesian islands of Lombok and Sumbawa as the region was trying to recover from a temblor earlier this month that killed hundreds of people.

7. Turkey increased tariffs on some U.S. products like cars, alcohol, and coal, highlighting the deteriorating relations with the United States.

8. Slovenia’s parliament approved Marjan Sarec, a comedian turned politician, as prime minister-designate, setting him on track to form a minority government.

9. Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko dismissed the country’s prime minister and other top ministers, in the biggest government reshuffle since 2014.

10. At least 19 people were killed in an Islamist militant attack on a village in northeast Nigeria.

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World News of the Week -August 6 to August 12, 2018

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President Trump meets with supporters from a group called “Bikers for Trump” at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey (via Reuters)

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What You Need To Know:

1. Four days of ferocious fighting between Afghan forces and the Taliban over a key provincial capital has claimed the lives of about 100 Afghan policemen and soldiers and at least 20 civilians.

2. The death toll from the earthquake that rocked the Indonesian island of Lombok has passed 430 as the government estimates economic losses will exceed several hundred million dollars.

3. President Trump reinstated sanctions against Iran meant to pressure Tehran’s government into retreating from its support for terrorism, its military activity in the Middle East and its ballistic missile-related programs.

4. An airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition fighting Shiite rebels hit a bus driving in a busy market in northern Yemen, killing least 50 people including many children,

5. Members of Israel’s Arab minority led a mass protest in central Tel Aviv against a contentious new law that critics say marginalizes the state’s non-Jewish citizens.

6. Tens of thousands of Romanians held anti-government protests, leaving 455 people in need of medical treatment.

7. A financial shockwave ripped through Turkey when its currency nosedived on concerns about its economic policies and a dispute with the U.S., which President Trump stoked further with a promise to double tariffs on the NATO ally.

8. Congo’s President Kabila announced he is not running again in December’s long-delayed elections, easing concerns by the opposition and international community that he would try to stay in office.

9. The United States announced it will impose new sanctions on Russia for illegally using a chemical weapon in an attempt to kill a former spy and his daughter in Britain earlier this year.

10. Zimbabwe’s opposition party filed a legal challenge to the results of the presidential election, alleging “gross mathematical errors” and calling for a fresh vote or a declaration that their candidate was the winner.

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World News of the Week – July 30 to August 5, 2018

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U.S. Army Col. performs a blessing on the 55 boxes of remains thought to be of U.S. soldiers killed in the 1950-53 Korean War, returned by North Korea to the U.S. (via Reuters)

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What You Need To Know:

1. A powerful earthquake on the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok killed at least 98 people.

2. Zimbabwe’s President Mnangagwa won the election with just over 50 percent of the ballots as the ruling party maintained control of the government in the first vote since the fall of longtime leader Robert Mugabe.

3. Two suicide bombers attacked a Shiite mosque in eastern Afghanistan during Friday prayers, killing at least 29 people and wounding another 81.

4. Authorities detained six people suspected of using explosives-laden drones in a failed bid to assassinate Venezuelan President Maduro.

5. China said it is poised to impose retaliatory tariffs on $60 billion worth of U.S. imports, including coffee, honey, and industrial chemicals, if Washington goes ahead with its latest trade threat.

6. A new Ebola outbreak in Congo’s North Kivu province was confirmed, infecting at least 13 people, and killing 3.

7. Tens of thousands of people gathered in Tel Aviv to protest against Israel’s new law declaring it the nation-state of the Jewish people, which has provoked outrage among the country’s most integrated minority, the Druze.

8. Mali’s presidential election will go to a runoff vote after President Keïta failed to get enough votes to win a second term outright. He will face Soumaila Cisse in the second round.

9. The Saudi-led coalition fighting Yemen’s Shiite rebels conducted airstrikes in the rebel-held port city of Hodeida, killing at least 28 people and wounding 70.

10. Thousands of angry young people took to the streets of Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka to demand safer streets, facing police firing tear gas and pro-government activists who attacked them with clubs.

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Russia

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Saudi Arabia

Serbia

Somalia

South Africa

South Sudan

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United States of America

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World News of the Week – July 23 to July 29, 2018

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Indian PM Modi, Chinese President Xi, South African President Ramaphosa, Russian President Putin, and Brazilian President Temer at the BRICS summit (via AFP)

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What You Need To Know:

1. Former cricket star Imran Khan declared victory in Pakistan’s parliamentary election and vowed to battle corruption, seek regional cooperation, and forge a new relationship with the U.S. that was not “one-sided.”

2. The latest Ebola outbreak in Congo was declared over after 42 days without any new cases.

3. Islamic State militants killed more than 200 people in a coordinated assault on a government-held area of southwestern Syria.

4. A wildfire that raged through a coastal area of Greece killed at least 91 people.

5. Tens of thousands of demonstrators have rallied throughout Russia to protest plans to substantially hike the age at which Russians can receive their state retirement pensions.

6. Part of a newly built hydroelectric dam broke in southeastern Laos, flooding the surrounding countryside and killing at least 24 people.

7. Thousands of people staged protests across Poland after President Duda signed into law a measure effectively letting the government choose the next Supreme Court chief.

8. Sixteen senators quit Nigerian President Buhari’s ruling party in a blow to the leader who seeks re-election next year.

9. Thousands of Malians voted in the presidential election, but others struggled where some ballot boxes were burned and some feared threats by extremist groups.

10. The ruling party of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen won the election, while the opposition party unable to contest the polls said this marked the death of democracy.

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Iran

Iraq

Israel

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Mexico

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Romania

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Rwanda

Saudi Arabia

Serbia

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South Korea

South Sudan

Spain

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United Kingdom

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World News of the Week – July 16 to July 22, 2018

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US President Trump receives a football from Russian President Putin during a press conference after their meeting in Helsinki, Finland, on July 16, 2018 (via Reuters)

What You Need To Know:

1. A man walked along a Toronto street firing a handgun into restaurants and cafes, shooting 14 people and killing two before dying after an exchange of gunfire with police.

2. Nicaraguan police and armed pro-government civilians violently retook a symbolically important neighborhood that had recently become a center of resistance to President Ortega’s government.

3. A suicide bomber carried out an attack near the Kabul airport, killing 14 people and narrowly missing Afghanistan’s vice president, who was returning home after living in Turkey for over a year.

4. Israel’s parliament approved a controversial piece of legislation that defines the country as the nation-state of the Jewish people but which critics warn sidelines minorities.

5. A suspected Russian airstrike hit a school serving as a shelter in southwestern Syria, killing at least 10 people.

6. British Prime Minister May accepted amendments to a customs bill put forward by Brexit hardliners who oppose her plan for a “common rule book” with the European Union after the country leaves the bloc.

7. French President Macron fired the head of his personal security detail but faced criticism for failing to act sooner, after video was released showing the man posing as a police officer and beating a protester while off duty in May.

8. A candidate from the party of Pakistan prime ministerial hopeful was killed in a suicide attack that wounded four others, days before general elections.

9. Standing next to Russia’s Putin, President Trump openly questioned his own intelligence agencies’ conclusions that Russia was to blame for meddling in the 2016 U.S. election to Trump’s benefit.

10. The European Union and Japan signed a landmark deal that will eliminate nearly all tariffs on products they trade. It covers a third of the global economy and markets of more than 600 million people.

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Libya

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