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Today β€” February 20th 2019Your RSS feeds

Britain urges Germany to ease curbs on arms sales to Saudi

By FRANK JORDANS

Britain's top diplomat has urged Germany to relax its ban on arms sales to Saudi Arabia because they are affecting U.K. sales of weapons to — and by extension its influence with — the oil-rich kingdom.

Britain urges Germany to ease curbs on arms sales to Saudi

By FRANK JORDANS

Britain's top diplomat has urged Germany to relax its ban on arms sales to Saudi Arabia because they are affecting U.K. sales of weapons to — and by extension its influence with — the oil-rich kingdom.

South Sudan rife with human rights abuses, says UN report

A U.N. report says the "lawless" activities of South Sudan's national security and military intelligence risk turning the war-torn country into a police state run on fear and corruption.

South Sudan rife with human rights abuses, says UN report

A U.N. report says the "lawless" activities of South Sudan's national security and military intelligence risk turning the war-torn country into a police state run on fear and corruption.

Fixes: A Comeback for African National Parks

By PATRICK ADAMS

As wildlife authorities on the continent work with nonprofit organizations to secure ecologically valuable landscapes, populations of large mammals have grown.

β€˜Small platforms’ are the target of online terrorist content regulation, MEP says

By Samuel Stolton

The EU is taking regulatory measures to clamp down on the dissemination of terrorist content online. In the European Parliament, the file is being dealt with by the Civil Liberties Committee, with MEP Daniel Dalton leading the report. EURACTIV sat down with Dalton to discuss the finer details of the plans.

Yesterday β€” February 19th 2019Your RSS feeds

EU banking watchdog investigates Estonia and Denmark over Danske scandal

By Jorge Valero

The European Banking Authority launched a formal investigation on Tuesday (19 February) to determine if Estonian and Danish authorities had failed to enforce EU rules that would have prevented one of the largest-ever money-laundering scandals affecting Danske Bank.

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4 ways to overcome trauma and tragedy (always begin with a prayer)

By Thomas McDaniels

In order to move past tragedies, we must allow God to penetrate these unhealed spaces. As we allow God into that space, we discover more about who He is and who we are in Him - even (or especially) in light of the unexpected tragedy that has occurred.

Trilobites: What’s Pink and Pinstriped and Digests Wood? This New Shipworm

By VERONIQUE GREENWOOD

Scientists are eager to learn more about the bacteria that live in this recently discovered clam with an extremely long digestive system.

Tom Cade, a Savior of the Peregrine Falcon, Dies at 91

By NEIL GENZLINGER

After DDT had wiped the bird out on the East Coast, he led the effort to bring it back. It was eventually removed from the federal endangered species list.

Election Fraud in North Carolina? State Board Will Hear Evidence This Week

By ALAN BLINDER

The North Carolina State Board of Elections will consider whether fraud tainted a campaign for a seat in Congress, and whether the Ninth District should hold a new vote.

Op-Ed Columnist: The King of Pop β€” and Perversion

By MAUREEN DOWD

A haunting new documentary lays bare Michael Jackson’s predations and forces us to wonder: Why does celebrity continually excuse perversion?

Dancing to Jane Austen’s Beat

By ROZETTE RAGO and JENNIFER SCHUESSLER

An annual celebration, this year attended by some 300 costumed revelers, is one of the regular events around the country that unite both the novelist’s hard-core fans and period dance enthusiasts.

Coming to Chicago: A β€˜Giselle’ That Speaks to the Present

By ROSLYN SULCAS

Tamara Rojo, of English National Ballet, gambled that a contemporary “Giselle,” with choreography by a ballet outsider, would resonate with audiences.

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