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Wall Street Journal
China's Former Antigraft Chief Wang Qishan Named Vice President
Wall Street Journal
Chinese President Xi Jinping, right, shakes hands with newly elected Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan at a session of the National People's Congress in Beijing on March 17. Photo: Reuters. By. Chun Han Wong and. Chun Han Wong. The Wall Street Journal ...
China's New Vice President Has Reputation as 'Mr Fix-It'U.S. News & World Report
Xi's trusted 'firefighter' lieutenant becomes China's vice presidentReuters
Xi Set for Second Term as China's President, Cementing Power PushBloomberg
ABC News -New York Times -Newsmax -CNBC
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New York Times
2 New York City Firefighters Killed in Iraq Helicopter Crash
New York Times
A day after a United States military helicopter crashed during a troop transport mission in western Iraq, the grim news traveled nearly 6,000 miles west, back to New York: Two city firefighters were among the service members killed. Fire officials ...
Seven US service members killed in Iraq helicopter crashNBCNews.com
7 US service members killed in helicopter crash in western IraqWashington Post
Two FDNY firefighters among seven US service members killed in Iraq military helicopter crashNew York Daily News
CBS News -USA TODAY -Fox News -U.S. News & World Report
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Washington Post
Britain's top diplomat accuses Putin of being behind Russian spy poisoning
Washington Post
MOSCOW — British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Friday it was “overwhelmingly likely” that Russian President Vladimir Putin was behind the poisoning of a Russian former spy, the most direct British accusation against the Russian leader to date ...
Putin 'Likely' Ordered Russian Ex-Spy's Poisoning, Britain SaysNew York Times
Arms, oil and fake news: 6 ways Russia is changing the worldCNN
Spy poisoning: Putin most likely behind attack - JohnsonBBC News
Bloomberg -Minneapolis Star Tribune -TIME -Business Insider
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The Hill
The West must respond firmly to Russia's nerve agent attack
The Hill
The London nerve agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter has been specifically ascribed to Russia by the United Kingdom prime minister, fully supported by the White House and American officials including at the United Nations ...

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Man Says He's Not Dead. Court Doesn't Buy It
Constantin Reliu, 63, at his place in Barlad, Romania, on Friday. A court rejected Reliu's request for the annulment of a death certificate that was issued in his name in 2016. Adrian Arnautu/AFP/Getty Images hide caption. toggle caption. Adrian ...
Dead man balking: Court rejects Romanian man's claim that he is, in fact, aliveNBCNews.com
Romanian Court Rejects Man's Claim That He's AliveNew York Times
Romanian court tells man he is not aliveThe Guardian
USA TODAY -Business Insider -Complex -Atlanta Journal Constitution
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New York Times
How Trump Has Split With His Administration on Russian Meddling
New York Times
WASHINGTON — President Trump has long avoided blaming — or even naming — Russia for meddling in the 2016 election that put him in office. But his administration has been far tougher on Moscow for cyberattacks that officials this week said not only ...
The Memo: Trump takes on critics with Russia movesThe Hill
US accuses Russia of cyber attacks on power gridCNN
US hints at shift on Russia with sanctions and condemnationReuters
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Voice of America
North Korean, Swedish Officials Meet Amid Trump-Kim Summit Speculation
Voice of America
Swedish U.N. Ambassador Olof Skoog said Friday that his country was trying to help de-escalate tensions on the Korean Peninsula by hosting North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho, a visit some global observers believe could help pave the way for a ...

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BBC News
Russian exiles contacted over safety after tycoon murder
BBC News
UK police have begun to contact a number of Russian exiles to discuss their safety as they investigate the murder of businessman Nikolai Glushkov. The 68-year-old's body was found at his home in south London on 12 March. The BBC has been told police ...
UK treating death of Russian businessman Glushkov as murder – policeEyewitness News
Russian exile found dead 'was strangled then strung up to make it look like he hanged himself'Mirror.co.uk
UK Accuses Putin Over Poison Attack as Police Launch Probe into Exile's DeathWall Street Journal
The New Daily -HuffPost -The National -Daily Mail
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Trump signs US-Taiwan travel bill, angering China
The move adds to strains between the two countries over trade, as Trump has enacted tariffs and called for China to reduce its huge trade imbalance with the U.S., even while Washington has leaned on Beijing to help resolve tensions with North Korea ...
China Isn't Happy Trump Signed The Taiwan Travel ActNewsy
Trump nod for Taiwan bill annoys ChinaNEWS.com.au
US President Trump approves official travel to Taiwan, likely to anger ChinaThe New Indian Express
Xinhua -South China Morning Post -Focus Taiwan News Channel -Credit Writedowns (blog)
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Washington Post
He was known as Malaysia's 'snake whisperer' — until a cobra fatally bit him
Washington Post
He had been known for his way with venomous snakes. Pictures and videos of Abu Zarin Hussin show him taking a selfie with his pet cobra, and also exercising at the gym, doing work on his computer and watching TV with the slithering serpent next to him ...
Report: Malaysia's "Snake whisperer" dies after cobra biteCBS News
Malaysian 'snake-handling celebrity' dies of cobra biteBBC News
Expert Snake Handler Dies After Cobra BiteNewsweek
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