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Modest global economic recovery is expected, but a return to robust and sustained growth remains elusive, according to the World Economic Situation Report, the U.N.'s barometer of international economic trends.
Thanks to the belligerent statements and policies of Donald Trump, the Islamic State terrorist group will grow from strength to strength in coming weeks and months. IS no longer needs to conduct overt recruiting campaigns of its own.
The order to temporarily stop the Duterte administration's war on drugs, announced by Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa on Monday morning, was prompted by President Rodrigo Duterte's instruction, given at 3 a.m.
Every day new information and documents come to light, revealing the lies that changed the flow of history. People watch in astonishment the fact that the "official history," the truth of which was previously doubted by no one, is actually filled with a large number of false information.
In one evening, the United States President replaced both the Justice Department chief -- an Obama appointee -- and the head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The Thai media is taking a severe beating on two fronts -- finances and credibility. Public faith in news outlets has sunk so low that even the looming possibility of state control has done little to rouse sympathy for the media.
We are appalled at the scale of brutality that a female migrant worker has endured in the hands of traffickers in Malaysia. She was raped and forced into sex labor before she was rescued. And all this in the hands of her fellow countrymen.
U.S. President Donald Trump recently held his first summit talks since taking office with British Prime Minister Theresa May, and the two leaders reaffirmed the two countries' long-standing "special relationship."
At his first official press conference as the new White House press secretary, Sean Spicer broke with a longstanding tradition: He took his first question, not from the Associated Press, but The New York Post
"Nattering nabobs of negativism" is probably the most enduring of the many alliterative pronouncements of Spiro Agnew, vice president in the Nixon administration until forced to resign because of corruption.
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