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Today β€” March 23rd 2019Your RSS feeds

β€˜Don’t be naive with China’, EU leaders tell Italy

By Alexandra Brzozowski, Jorge Valero

EU leaders displayed a united front toward China on Friday (22 March) and warned the Italian government of the consequences of signing a bilateral deal with Beijing to become part of the new ‘Silk Road’.

5G not part of Italy-China agreement, Di Maio says

By Samuel Stolton

Chinese investments into the development of 5G communications networks are not included in the agreement between China and Italy set to be signed tomorrow, Italy's Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio said on Thursday (22 March).

Macron, Merkel and Juncker to meet China’s Xi on Tuesday

By Jorge Valero

French President Emmanuel Macron invited German chancellor Angela Merkel and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to join a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping next Tuesday (26 March), in a bid to forge a united front in European efforts to rebalance relations with Beijing.

EU urges China to progress on demands to dispel β€˜frustration’

By Jorge Valero

The EU will give Chinese leaders a comprehensive list of demands next month to address the growing “frustration” among Europeans, and to improve bilateral cooperation as it reaches a critical junction, various senior EU officials explained on Wednesday (20 March).

Yesterday β€” March 22nd 2019Your RSS feeds

Trump Overrules Own Experts on Sanctions, in Favor to North Korea

By ALAN RAPPEPORT

“President Trump likes Chairman Kim, and he doesn’t think these sanctions will be necessary,” said Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary.

Trump Reverses Sanctions U.S. Imposed on North Korea Yesterday

By ALAN RAPPEPORT

“President Trump likes Chairman Kim, and he doesn’t think these sanctions will be necessary,” said Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary.

The Golan Heights Was Once an Arab Rallying Cry. Not Anymore.

By BEN HUBBARD

The muted Arab response to President Trump’s call to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the territory shows Syria’s weakness amid a reordered Arab world.

The Golan Heights Was Once an Arab Rallying Cry. Not Anymore.

By BEN HUBBARD

The muted Arab response to President Trump’s call to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the territory shows Syria’s weakness amid a reordered Arab world.

How Strongmen Turned Interpol Into Their Personal Weapon

By MATT APUZZO

Time and again, people inside and outside Interpol warned that the world’s largest international police organization was leaving itself vulnerable to manipulation.

Modern Love: When Chivalry Is More Control Than Care

By RUTH READER

After a breakup, a woman wonders if traditional romance is a trap, and finds that the ordinary is the most romantic gesture of all.

A Brief History of the Golan Heights, Claimed by Israel and Syria

By JACEY FORTIN

On Thursday, President Trump tweeted about a hilly plateau beside the Sea of Galilee that has been one of Israel’s quieter frontiers for 52 years.

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In Golan Heights, Trump Bolsters Israel’s Netanyahu but Risks Roiling Middle East

By MARK LANDLER and EDWARD WONG

Mr. Trump reversed decades of U.S. policy by declaring that Israel should have sovereignty over the Golan Heights — a move that has never been recognized internationally.

Trump Wants U.S. to Recognize Israeli Sovereignty Over the Golan Heights

By EILEEN SULLIVAN and EDWARD WONG

Israel won the territory from Syria in 1967 and annexed it in 1981 in a move that has never been recognized internationally.

Bride was diagnosed with cancer days before dream wedding

By Alexandria Hein

A Pennsylvania woman who was diagnosed with cancer just days before she tied the knot at her dream wedding bravely marched down the aisle with an IV drip in her arm and had to get a dose of nausea medication before cutting her own cake.

Bride was diagnosed with cancer days before dream wedding

By Alexandria Hein

A Pennsylvania woman who was diagnosed with cancer just days before she tied the knot at her dream wedding bravely marched down the aisle with an IV drip in her arm, and administered anti-nausea medication before cutting her own cake.

Guaidó’s Chief of Staff Is Arrested by Venezuela Police

By ANATOLY KURMANAEV

Officers seized Roberto Marrero, a confidant of the opposition leader Juan Guaidó. His detention is a significant escalation of the country’s political crisis.

The Kingdom and the Kushners: Jared Went to Riyadh. So Did His Brother.

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK

Jared Kushner, presidential adviser, and Josh Kushner, venture capitalist, both have ties to Saudi Arabia. Critics say that raises ethical questions.

How Companies Learned to Stop Fearing Trump’s Twitter Wrath

By ALAN RAPPEPORT

Two years into President Trump’s term, many businesses appear to be increasingly prioritizing their balance sheets over political backlash caused by his efforts to compel them to build and hire.

Amazon and Union at Odds Over Firing of Staten Island Warehouse Worker

By NOAM SCHEIBER

After the company’s plans for a big New York presence ran into labor issues, a union says that an employee was fired for speaking out about working conditions.

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