Reuters: World News: U.N., Houthis say Yemen ports withdrawal to start on Saturday

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Yemen’s Houthi group will on Saturday start to unilaterally redeploy forces out of three key ports, the United Nations and a Houthi spokesman said, a move to pave the way for political negotiations to end Yemen’s four-year war.

Reuters: World News


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FOX News: ‘Trump 2020’ banner unfurled at Boston’s Fenway Park – then quickly ripped down

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Members of baseball’s world champions, the Boston Red Sox, were less than unanimous on accepting President Trump’s invitation to the White House this week. On Friday night, mixed reactions to the president were on display at Fenway Park as well.

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Voice of America: Ebola Outbreak Could Spiral Beyond DRC, WHO Warns

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Contributors include Erikas Mwisi reporting from Beni, North Kivu; Margaret Basheer from the United Nations; and Eddy Isango, James Butty and Carol Guensburg from Washington.

Armed attacks, misinformation and a growing funding gap continue to impede the response to the Ebola outbreak in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo, with the World Health Organization warning that the situation could spiral out of control.

Insecurity leaves response teams “unable to perform robust…

Voice of America


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FOX News: Drs. Saphier and Siegel: Outrageous treatment of San Francisco teacher with breast cancer intolerable

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In San Francisco, a second-grade Glen Park Elementary school teacher with breast cancer will have to cover the cost of a substitute teacher while she’s on leave to receive treatment because of an inhumane 1976 change to the California education law.

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Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty: Azerbaijan Indicates Armenian Soccer Star Will Be Allowed In For Europa Final

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Azerbaijan’s Foreign Ministry has indicated that Arsenal soccer star Henrikh Mkhitaryan can play in the Europa League final in Baku later this month, despite longstanding tensions between Azerbaijan and his native Armenia

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Reuters: World News: Taliban fighters double as reporters to wage Afghan digital war

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Zabihullah Mujahid, the Taliban’s chief spokesman and editor-in-chief of the insurgent group’s daily news bulletin, starts every day by collecting reports of overnight fighting with U.S. and Afghan forces.

Reuters: World News


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Voice of America: Politico: Trump Downplays N. Korea Missile Launches

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U.S. President Donald Trump said Friday that he did not not consider North Korea’s recent launch of short-range ballistic missiles “a breach of trust.”

In an interview with Politico, Trump downplayed the missile tests by North Korea, calling them “very standard stuff.” 

“They’re short-range and I don’t consider that a breach of trust at all. And, you know, at some point I may. But at this point, no,” Trump…

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