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In Japan, the Message of Anti-Racism Protests Fails to Hit Home

By Motoko Rich and Hikari Hida

A view that institutional racism is a faraway problem is keeping the country from more fully confronting entrenched discrimination.

Esper assures troops after NYT report on Russian bounties

By Edmund DeMarche

Esper says, military is "fully committed to ensuring American forces in the field have the best intelligence, weapons, equipment, protective gear, tactics, and all necessary authorities to deal with any threats they might face in order to ensure their safety and mission success.”

China subjects Muslim minorities to forced birth control, abortions to suppress population, report says

By Danielle Wallace

Hundreds of thousands of women in China have been subjected to forced birth control methods -- or even mandatory abortions -- as part of the Chinese government’s campaign to slash birth rates among the predominantly Muslim Uighurs and other minority groups, according to a report published Monday.  

China's National Security Law Wins Business Support

By Alexandra Stevenson

A flood of investment from China has tempered worries that Beijing’s tightening grip on the Asian financial capital would end its status as a lucrative place to do business.

β€˜Sovereignty and solidarity’: Germany’s plans for the EU’s foreign policy

By Philipp GrΓΌll, Sarah Lawton

Solidarity and sovereignty is the name of the game for the German presidency, according to Foreign Minister Heiko Maas (SPD). In a speech on Monday, he emphasised the need for greater EU independence from the current geopolitical power struggle between the US and China.

Europeans disillusioned with EU coronavirus response, new poll finds

By Sarah Lawton

A new poll conducted in nine member states has revealed both widespread public disapproval of the EU’s coronavirus response and agreement on  the need for greater European cooperation. EURACTIV Germany reports.

UN secretary-general demands Israel renounce West Bank annexation plans

By Caitlin McFall

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres called Israel’s U.S. backed plans to annex the West Bank a “water shed moment” and urged Israel to reconsider undermining the two-state solution and destabilizing the area.

Pompeo increases bounty on new, shadowy ISIS leader to $10M as rumors of his death in Syria swirl

By Hollie McKay

Almost nine months after the death of Islamic State (ISIS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi by U.S. Special Forces, it was rumored Tuesday morning that his successor -- the shadowy Abu Ibrahim al-Quraishi -- had also been taken out, this time in an American-led drone strike in the northern pocket of war-torn Syria at some point earlier this week.

Companies Criticize Visa Suspensions, but Impact May Be Muted for Now

By Gillian Friedman

President Trump’s executive order came at a time when hiring has slowed, and many U.S. consulates are not conducting interviews for temporary green cards.

Companies Criticize Visa Suspensions, but Impact May Be Muted for Now

By Gillian Friedman

President Trump’s executive order came at a time when hiring has slowed, and many U.S. consulates are not conducting interviews for temporary green cards.

The Visas and the Fury

As President Trump moves to restrict work-based immigration, the business world — particularly Silicon Valley — is speaking out.

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