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June 19, 2017 11:00 PM Trump's Cuba retreat hurts U.S. and Minnesota

A return to the failed policies of the past will not bring change in Cuba. By reversing normalized relations with Cuba, President Donald Trump is unraveling years of work to build ties with a strategically placed neighbor. Instead, he’s choosing a misguided return to strict embargos on travel and trade that failed to achieve U.S. aims for more than half a century 14

June 16, 2017 4:02 AM No winners in Trump’s reversal of US Cuba policy

Two years after the Obama administration initiated the thawing of US relations with Cuba, President Trump wants to partially roll back the rapprochement. An event is planned for Friday in Miami, where Trump is expected to announce new restrictions on American travel to the island and on US companies doing business with the Cuban government. For one, there 10

June 13, 2017 4:23 AM Russia protests: Opposition leader Alexei Navalny sentenced

Russia's opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been sentenced to 30 days' administrative arrest for repeatedly violating the law on staging rallies. He was detained at his home in Moscow earlier on Monday, ahead of anti-corruption demonstrations in Russia. Hundreds of people were held during the gatherings across the country. Riot police in central Moscow 41

June 9, 2017 1:01 PM In South Sudan, Fake News Has Deadly Consequences

Last month, fear spread that South Sudan’s government would collapse. The president had just removed the country’s powerful army chief of staff, Paul Malong, a hard-liner widely cast as the architect of some of the East African nation’s worst bouts of violence. The shake-up risked dividing the military in a country already mired in a chaotic three-year 66

June 8, 2017 7:28 AM General Elections 2017, D-Day for May as voters go to the polls

Top ten stories from Britain and around the world Polls have opened as voters decide whether Theresa May's gamble of calling a snap General Election will pay off. At the end of one of the strangest election campaigns of modern times, Mrs May issued a last-minute plea to non-Tory voters to lend her their support to lead the Brexit negotiations which will define 28

June 6, 2017 8:52 AM London Bridge terror attacker Khuram Butt filmed with ISIS flag on Channel 4 documentary

Inquiries established no intelligence or evidence to suggest terrorist activity or that he was planning an attack, according to assistant commissioner Mark Rowley One of the three men who committed the London terror attack on Saturday night was under police investigation at the time of the attack. Khuram Butt, 27, has been identified as one of the perpetrators 104

June 5, 2017 6:23 PM Why was he free to kill? Arsenal supporting jihadist WAS known to MI5 admit police as they name him and a Moroccan-Libyan pastry chef with a British wife as two of the three London Bridge attackers

A married father-of-two and a Moroccan-Libyan 30-year-old can now be revealed as two of the London Bridge terrorists who murdered seven people in the capital city massacre. The killer in an Arsenal shirt can today be named as British extremist Khuram Butt who was filmed unfurling an ISIS flag on national TV and was reported to the police twice but still 119

June 5, 2017 2:28 PM Small-scale miners condemn mob justice

We are calling for action against mob justice, especially those found involved in this inhumane,barbaric and evil incident. The nation should stand united to condemn this crime and to promote tolerance and rule of law in our great nation, Ghana,” the statement added. On May 29, 2017, an officer with the 5th Infantry Battalion of the Ghana Army, Capt. Maxwell 22

June 5, 2017 1:53 PM China protests at Zambia mining arrests

China has complained to Zambia after 31 of its nationals were arrested at the weekend for alleged illegal mining practices. A senior Chinese foreign ministry official is quoted as saying that the Zambian authorities have failed to provide strong evidence. Those arrested are accused of, among other things, running unlicensed smelting plants and employing 20

June 5, 2017 1:01 AM The Latest: 3 Australians among injured in London attacks

Australia’s foreign minister says three Australians have been injured in the knife attacks at London Bridge and in London’s Borough Market. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says Candice Hedge is recovering in St. Thomas’ Hospital and Andrew Morrison had received stitches for a wound and was on his way home to Australia. Both had been stabbed in the neck. The government 111