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The anti-Muslim AfD just scored big in Germany's election. What does this mean for German Muslims?
Washington Post
At the height of the refugee crisis two years ago, many Germans thought that Angela Merkel's days as chancellor were numbered. Merkel's open embrace of Syrian refugees upset the conservative wing of her own Christian Democratic Union (CDU), and fired ...
German election: AfD vows to fight 'invasion of foreigners'BBC News
Chastened Merkel looks for coalition partners after voteReuters
Far-right party AfD in disarray a day after historic German election resultCNN
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Washington Post
Almost no North Koreans travel to the US, so why ban them?
Washington Post
HONG KONG — President Trump's extension of the travel ban to North Korea is mostly symbolic and will have little to no effect on Kim Jong Un's regime, experts said Monday. Trump on Sunday issued an executive order indefinitely banning travel to the ...
Trump's New Travel Restrictions Leave Persecuted LGBTQ People TrappedHuffPost
President Trump Added Three New Countries to His Travel Ban. Here's What to Know About ThemTIME
What's the deal with the new travel ban?CBS News
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Reuters
Japan's Abe announces snap election amid worries over North Korea
Reuters
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he would dissolve parliament's lower house on Thursday for a snap election, seeking a mandate to stick to his tough stance toward a volatile North Korea and rebalance the social security system.
Abe's Future Hinges on Margin of Victory in Snap ElectionBloomberg
Shinzo Abe of Japan Calls Early Election, as a Rival Party FormsNew York Times
The Latest: Japan's Abe moves away from balanced budget goalWashington Post
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Washington Post
Evacuations from Bali volcano swell to about 50000
Washington Post
BALI, Indonesia — Nearly 50,000 people have fled the Mount Agung volcano on the Indonesian tourist island of Bali, fearing an imminent eruption as dozens of tremors rattle the surrounding region, officials said Monday. Waskita Sutadewa, spokesman for ...
Volcano eruption fears force 50000 to fleeFox News
Bali volcano may erupt for the first time in over 50 yearswtkr.com
35000 flee amid fears of volcano eruption in BaliUPI.com
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Newsweek
Who Built Ancient Egypt's Great Pyramid? Hidden Text Holds Clues to Thousand-Year-Old Mystery
Newsweek
Archaeologists believe they have found the key to unlocking a mystery almost as old as the Great Pyramid itself: Who built the structure and how were they able to transport two-ton blocks of stone to the ancient wonder more than 4,500 years ago? Over ...
Mystery of Great Pyramid may be solved, researchers sayFox News
Archaeologists Announce that New Discoveries Solve Mystery of How the Great Pyramid Was BuiltAncient Origins
Archaeologists uncover secrets of how Egyptians built the Great Pyramid of GizaMirror.co.uk
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Reuters
Turkey's Erdogan threatens to cut off oil flow from Iraq's Kurdish area over referendum
Reuters
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan makes a speech during a conference in Istanbul, Turkey, September 25, 2017. REUTERS/Murad Sezer. HABUR, Turkey (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan warned on Monday Turkey could cut off the pipeline that carries ...
The Latest: Putin to visit Ankara, discuss Iraqi Kurds voteWashington Post
Iraqi Kurds Vote on Independence, Angering Neighbors and USNew York Times
Iraqi Kurds vote in referendum on independence from BaghdadChicago Tribune
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News18
Will Reelected Chancellor Merkel's Government Defend Germany and Europe?
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Even before becoming president Donald Trump railed against the Europeans' refusal to spend more on their own defense. Since entering the Oval Office he focused much of his ire on Germany, the continent's wealthiest nation which had repeatedly ...
German Business Optimism Drops as Economy Nears Peak GrowthBloomberg
Angela Merkel, Reluctant Leader of the West, 'Has Gotten the Taste for It'New York Times
Macron to press ahead with speech outlining vision to rebuild EUThe Guardian
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Business Insider
Sadiq Khan says Donald Trump's language on Muslims is similar to ISIS
Business Insider
LONDON — Sadiq Khan has accused Donald Trump of aping ISIS with his divisive anti-Muslim rhetoric. The Mayor of London said the US president is "playing their game" by using a "clash of civilisations" rhetoric. Khan, a practicing Muslim, urged Trump ...
London's Khan blasts Trump's rhetoric, makes comparison to ISISFox News
London Mayor Compares Trump With ISIS, Wants To Stop State Visit To UKThe Daily Caller
London Mayor Sadiq Khan Compares Donald Trump to Islamic StateBreitbart News
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Reuters
China urges restraint amid war of words between Trump and North Korea
Reuters
BEIJING/SEOUL (Reuters) - China on Monday called for all sides in the North Korea missile crisis to show restraint and not “add oil to the flames” amid an exchange of increasingly bellicose rhetoric between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean ...
North Korean propaganda video shows US warplanes, aircraft carrier being blown upUSA TODAY
Is Trump All Talk on North Korea? The Uncertainty Sends a ShiverNew York Times
Pyongyang keeps up military threats against US after Trump's ridiculeWashington Post
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Los Angeles Times
Escalating tension has experts simulating a new Korean War, and the scenarios are sobering
Los Angeles Times
This is the way a nuclear war begins. Simulations of a war on the Korean peninsula usually start with a relatively minor incident at the demilitarized zone between South Korea and its hostile northern neighbor, or a provocation that develops into a ...
S.Korea won rises as worries over North abate; stocks slipReuters
Bill Shorten and Penny Wong: Don't underestimate North KoreaDaily Telegraph

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