New York Times
Donald Trump Thrusts Taiwan Back on the Table, Rattling a Region
New York Times

President Clinton greeted crew members of an aircraft carrier that monitored Chinese war games near Taiwan in 1996. Credit Koji Sasahara/Associated Press. WASHINGTON — Over the past two decades, Taiwan has slipped from its position atop the list of ...

ent Clinton greeted crew members of an aircraft carrier that monitored Chinese war games near Taiwan in 1996. Credit Koji Sasahara/Associated Press. WASHINGTON — Over the past two decades, Taiwan has slipped from its position atop the list of ...
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Senegal's number one Groupe de Presse
Communicating far and beyond leads to B.I.D Quality Award
BID Award for Middle East Energy

Groupe de Presse Wal Fadjri, BID International World Quality Commitment Award, started off in 1984 with a bimonthly publication, which, after three years, became weekly.

 

Economic Times
Semper (and suffer) Fidel: Artists conflicted about Castro
Business Insider

NEW YORK (AP) — As a prominent advocate for human rights, the poet Rose Styron knew well the abuses in Fidel Castro's Cuba and the censorship of artists and publications with dissenting views. But when she and her husband, author William Styron, were ...

 

Washington Post
Green Party switches strategy in Pennsylvania recount bid
Washington Post

HARRISBURG, Pa. — A Green Party-backed campaign changed its strategy to force a statewide recount of Pennsylvania's Nov. 8 presidential election, won by Republican Donald Trump, and said late Saturday night that it will seek help in the federal courts ...

 

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DBTM, at the forefront of technology, now B.I.D. Quality Awardee
Winner of the BID prize for Quality

The Design Bureau of Transport Machinery, BID International Arch of Europe Quality Award,  is Russia’s leading company for the cosmodromes “Plesetsk” and “Svobodny” and for the launch vehicles of the “Kosmos”, “Tsiklon”, and “Zenit”, among others, as well as submarine-launched ballistic missiles.

 

USA TODAY
Hundreds of veterans 'to put our bodies on the line' in pipeline protest
USA TODAY

OCETI SAKOWIN CAMP, N.D. — Tasheena Cloud said Saturday that she and the hundreds of other veterans who have been filing into this protest camp near the Dakota Access pipeline will remain peaceful when they put themselves between law ...

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B.I.D Quality Award for the Dubai Tower & Turner Construction
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Turner Construction Company, one of the largest and most important construction management companies in the United States, is in charge of the project management of the impressive Burj Dubai, or Dubai Tower. On January 4, 2010, the world's highest building was inaugurated.

 

Washington Post
Fearing abandonment by Trump, CIA-backed rebels in Syria mull alternatives
Washington Post

Three years after the CIA began secretly shipping lethal aid to rebels fighting against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, battlefield losses and fears that a Donald Trump administration will abandon them have left tens of thousands of opposition ...


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Former POW Bergdahl seeks clemency from Obama
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Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the former prisoner of war who is accused of endangering comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan, is asking President Obama to pardon him before leaving office. White House and Justice Department officials said Saturday ...

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