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 Week ending Friday, April 20, 2018 
 
USA: Iran Deal, Transatlantic Trade Loom Over Macron Visit
U.S. President Donald Trump will host French President Emmanuel Macron for a state visit this week as the Iran nuclear agreement hangs in the balance, and the expiration of EUís exemptions from steel ...
 
ARMENIA: Armenian PM Resigns in Face of Protests
Armenian Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan resigned unexpectedly Monday after days of protests against him by opposition supporters who claimed he was clinging to power after serving the maximum 10 years ...
 
SUDAN: Former Sudanese Lost Boy Finds a Way to Help Others
Manyang Kher was three years old when he arrived at a refugee camp in Ethiopia's Gambella region. During the 13 years, the South Sudanese native lived there, he observed lots of other children die. Fr...
 
BRITAIN: It's a Boy! Britain's Duke, Duchess of Cambridge Welcome 3rd Child
It's a boy for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Kate, the wife of Britain's Prince William, has given birth to their third child, a boy weighing 3.8 kilograms. The baby was born Monday at St. ...
 
LIBYA: US Lawmakers Call for Greater US Role in Libya
U.S. lawmakers this week strongly endorsed continued U.S. military engagement in Libya, calling it vital for building the country's unity and keeping it from becoming a hub for terrorism. U.S. invo...
 
GLOBAL: After More Than a Decade, Rights of Indigenous Peoples Not Fully Realized
First, I want to talk about how we got here. It was nearly 100 years ago, when indigenous peoples first asserted their rights, on the international stage. But, they did not see much progress. At le...
 
ETHIOPIA: Exhibition of Artifacts Stolen From Ethiopia Revives Controversy
A new exhibition that opened April 5 at Londonís famous Victoria and Albert museum of ancient treasures looted from Ethiopia has revived debate about where such artifacts should reside, highlighting ...
 
AFGHANISTAN:Terror Blast Likely to Discourage Afghan Voters
After a suicide bomber killed 57 and injured more than 100 in Kabul, Afghanistanís Independent Election Commission fears insecurity might discourage people from participating in the upcoming parliamen...
 
USA:Trump Assails Democratic Opposition to Pompeo Nomination
U.S. President Donald Trump assailed opposition Democrats Monday as "obstructionists" who appear set to vote against CIA director Mike Pompeo as Trump's pick to become secretary of state. Pompeo's ...
 
GLOBAL:Technology is Latest Trend Reshaping Fashion
Imagine wearing a computer in the form of a jacket. Now, it is possible. "When somebody calls you, your jacket vibrates and gives you lights and [you] know somebody is calling you," said Ivan Pou...
 
 
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Articles for
Week Ending
 April 20, 2018

USA: Iran Deal, Transatlantic Trade Loom Over Macron Visit

ARMENIA: Armenian PM Resigns in Face of Protests

SUDAN: Former Sudanese Lost Boy Finds a Way to Help Others

BRITAIN: It's a Boy! Britain's Duke, Duchess of Cambridge Welcome 3rd Child

LIBYA: US Lawmakers Call for Greater US Role in Libya

GLOBAL: After More Than a Decade, Rights of Indigenous Peoples Not Fully Realized

ETHIOPIA: Exhibition of Artifacts Stolen From Ethiopia Revives Controversy

AFGHANISTAN:Terror Blast Likely to Discourage Afghan Voters

USA:Trump Assails Democratic Opposition to Pompeo Nomination

GLOBAL:Technology is Latest Trend Reshaping Fashion

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