IT'S OPEN SEASON IN SAUDI ARABIA ON EVERYTHING CANADIAN

It's open season in the Saudi media for all things Canadian.

ERDOGAN BUYING TIME AND WON'T AVOID CRISIS, PETERSON INST.'S KIRKEGAARD SAYS

Jacob Kirkegaard, Peterson Institute for International Economics senior fellow, discusses collapse of the Turkish lira with Bloomberg's...

 
 
 

CHINA STATE RESEARCHER PREDICTS END TO CHILD BIRTH RESTRICTIONS

A Chinese government researcher called for lifting limits on the number of children a family can have, in the latest sign that policy...

DC'S POLICE AND PROTESTERS PREPARE FOR WHITE NATIONALISTS

Washington - Government and police officials in the nation's capital say they are confident the city can manage this weekend's planned...

 
 
 

ZIMBABWE'S OPPOSITION FILES COURT PAPERS CHALLENGING VOTE RESULT

Zimbabwe's main opposition alliance filed court papers challenging the results of last week's presidential election.

TURKISH MELTDOWN A TEST FOR GLOBAL LEADERS: BALANCE OF POWER

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TRUMP CHIDES NFL PLAYERS `AT IT AGAIN' IN KNEELING DURING ANTHEM

President Donald Trump called for players in the National Football League who kneel during the national anthem to be suspended without...

EURO TRADERS AWAIT MORE SIGNS OF TURKEY PAIN WITH BANKS AT RISK

There is little sign that the euro is about to turn around its rough patch against the dollar as concerns over the exposure of the...

 
 
 

U.S. TO REVIEW COOPERATION WITH ZAMBIA AFTER ZIMBABWEAN FRACAS

The U.S. said it will review “certain aspects” of its cooperation with Zambia after the southern African nation denied asylum to senior...

UNEMPLOYMENT DOMINATES BRAZIL'S DISJOINTED PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE

Three hours of heated, fragmented debate between Brazil's presidential candidates failed to provide voters with much detail on how...

 
 
 

DIPLOMACY IN THE TRUMP ERA

Peter Trubowitz, professor of international relations at London School of Economics, discusses how the Trump administration is using...

MIGRANT MOTHER LOSES CUSTODY OF SONS OVER MURKY GANG ALLEGATIONS

The day President Donald Trump ordered his administration to stop separating migrant children from parents caught illegally crossing...

 
 
 

ADVOCATES SAY PAPER BALLOTS ARE SAFEST

They're also the cheapest and fastest way to address vulnerable systems before the midterms.

HOTTEST SUMMER BUMPS UP CLIMATE FIGHT IN SWEDISH ELECTION RACE

The Swedish election next month was supposed to be all about immigration, but with the sweltering heatwave that's had the Nordic region's...

 
 
 

ECB CONCERNED ABOUT EUROPEAN BANKS' TURKEY EXPOSURE, FT REPORTS

The European Central Bank has grown concerned about the exposure of some euro zone banks to Turkey following the lira's plunge, the...

U.S. FORECASTS 50% CUT IN IRAN OIL SALES, MISSING GOAL

The Trump administration forecasts that it will persuade countries to cut Iranian oil imports by as much as 1 million barrels a day...

 
 
 

STORMY DANIELS' LAWYER CONSIDERING A U.S. PRESIDENTIAL RUN

Michael Avenatti - the lawyer for Stephanie Clifford, the adult film star better known as Stormy Daniels - told the Des Moines Register...

MANAFORT USED FAKE DATA TO SEEK $5 MILLION LOAN, JURORS TOLD

After watching the betrayal of Paul Manafort this week by his right-hand man, jurors heard drier testimony Thursday that Manafort lied...

 
 
 

MAKE-OR-BREAK MOMENT ARRIVES FOR AUSTRALIA'S ENERGY CRISIS FIX

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is facing a crucial test for his bid to fix Australia's muddled energy policies, which have saddled...

TRUMP STAYS PUBLICLY QUIET WHILE SAUDI ARABIA-CANADA TENSIONS RISE

The Trump administration is privately trying to coax Saudi Arabia to dial back hostilities with Canada even as the U.S. maintains a...

 
 
 



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Rosenstein denies that he proposed secretly taping President Trump

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