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North Korea’s other threat

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REUTERS – The world is often alarmed at North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs, but thousands of Cold War-era artillery are also massed on the border with South Korea, capable of firing a massive barrage on the capital Seoul with…

Slipping into famine

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REUTERS – Four countries in an arc across central Africa and the Middle East—Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen—are at risk of mass starvation due to conflict and drought, with two parts of South Sudan already declared officially ‘under famine’…

How the Manchester arena attack unfolded

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – Around 10:30 p.m., Ariana Grande finished her encore at the Manchester Arena and left the stage. The lights came up, and people streamed toward the exits. A homemade bomb exploded near or in the large…

What Jared Kushner still owns

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THE WASHINGTON POST – President Trump’s senior adviser, Jared Kushner, has sold only 10 percent of assets within his vast real estate empire. Here’s what he still owns, what it’s worth and how his family is involved in its management.…

Antarctic dispatches

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – NYT went to Antarctica to understand how changes to its vast ice sheet might affect the world. The acceleration is making some scientists fear that Antarctica’s ice sheet may have entered the early stages of…

The Navy officials ‘Fat Leonard’ took down

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THE WASHINGTON POST – Leonard Glenn Francis, a Malaysian defense contractor, has pleaded guilty to bribing “scores” of Navy officials with cash, prostitutes and other gifts — such as hotel stays, airfare and electronics — so that they would feed…

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