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  2. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: Acting U.S. Attorney General Matthew Whitaker is pictured in an undated photo obtained by Reuters, Nov. 8, 2018. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department defended ...

  3. Potentially the most important meeting in Asia this week isn’t on any official summit agenda, features no head of state and certainly doesn’t include China. Senior officials from Australia, ...

  4. Politics this week

    The Economist1 day ago

    After an “impassioned” five-hour meeting Theresa May, Britain’s prime minister, said her cabinet had approved a provisional withdrawal deal from the European Union. After the meeting Mrs May ...

  5. China’s loans to African states have been caught between local realities and debt anxieties. In the five years from 2012 to 2017, Chinese lending to sub Saharan African countries jumped to more ...

  6. Omaha artist Kristin Pluhacek recently returned from an overseas peace mission in Africa centered on art. Former Omahan Natalie Brown, a foreign service officer based in the country of Eritrea ...

  7. Sanctions on Eritrea are lifted

    The Economist3 days ago

    ERITREA HAD AN inauspicious start to the year. In January neighbouring Sudan accused it of supporting armed rebel groups and closed its border. Eritrea responded by alleging that Sudan, along ...

  8. The US army will withdraw hundreds of troops conducting counterterrorism operations across Africa over the next several years, the Pentagon has said, in a move that comes amid efforts to prioritise ...

  9. “Well-designed public finance reforms can help policymakers reduce debt while preserving growth and protecting the most vulnerable,” said Jihad Azour, Director of the Middle East and Central Asia Department at the IMF.

  10. Michael Rubin says locating the embassy in Saudi Arabia undercuts any pretense of neutrality at a time when peace talks require it.

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