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Bill Nye meets another science guy

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Bill Nye can wax lyrical all they want, but when it comes to truly supporting science, Canada has nothing to crow about. The post Bill Nye meets another science guy appeared first on

China urges US, N.Korea to hold talks 'sooner than later'

China's foreign minister urged the United States and North Korea Thursday to start talks as soon as possible, stressing that "the sincerity" of all parties to solve the nuclear crisis would be tested. Foreign Minister Wang Yi cautiously...Show More Summary

Sexual harassment has long festered on the Hill. Now, female MPs from all parties are saying ‘enough’

From cabinet ministers to volunteers, dozens of women say sexual harassment and violence on Parliament Hill have gone unchecked for too long The post Sexual harassment has long festered on the Hill. Now, female MPs from all parties are saying ‘enough’ appeared first on

Obama’s Secret Friend Farrakhan: ‘FBI Worst Enemy of Blacks; Jews Control Those Agencies of Government’

Former President Barack Obama’s secret friend and ally, Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan, denounced Jews as controlling government agencies that keep Black people down in a video clip posted Wednesday from a Saviours’ Day speech Farrakhan gave in late February. Show More Summary

The Macro View – Health, Financial And Political News Relevant To E-Health And The Health Sector In General.

March 8, 2018 Edition.There was really only one big bit of news this week with the Donald announcing punitive import tariffs on Steel and Aluminium.Markets tanked and there was talk in Australia of a recession by the Trade Minister.The...Show More Summary

Israel Contemplates a Future Without Benjamin Netanyahu

Ruth Margalit writes about corruption cases that have threatened the political future of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

UK's May defends Saudi ties as crown prince gets royal welcome in London

By William James LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May defended Britain's links to security ally Saudi Arabia on Wednesday as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met Queen Elizabeth for lunch on a high-profile visit that drew protests over Riyadh's human rights record. Show More Summary

Hungary hits back at UN rights chief over Orban comments

Hungary hit back Wednesday at a top UN rights official for calling Prime Minister Viktor Orban a racist over recent anti-immigration remarks. "The United Nations High Commission for Human Rights has started a fight with (Orban) and Hungarian...Show More Summary

Netanyahu begins visit to U.S., putting aside personal and political troubles at home

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, landed in Washington on Sunday in the midst of a convergence of crises at home with little precedence. Netanyahu’s government is teetering on the verge of collapse over the latest threat presented by an ultra-Orthodox party to his coalition...

This F#@king Guy

Donald Trump just held a joint presser with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, and it went about as well as you'd expect, with Trump bragging about how terrific he's doing as president and claiming that Russia didn't meddle in the...Show More Summary

China says resolve to protect peace, stability in South China Sea unshakeable

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's resolve to protect peace and stability in the South China Sea is unshakeable, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday.

Trump: ‘Trade wars aren’t so bad’

During a joint press conference with the Prime Minister of Sweden, President Trump reiterated his plan to implement tariffs on steel and aluminum. … Click to Continue »

From Here to Brexiternity: The Crisis in British Politics

Press Association via AP Images Prime Minister Theresa May addresses the House of Commons regarding the government's Brexit strategy B ritish politics in early March has been a tale of four prime ministers—two former ones, the present holder of the office, and one who would like to take over. Show More Summary

Brexit deal: Hammond says financial services will not be frozen out

Chancellor disputes French minister’s claim that trade deal cannot include financial sector Philip Hammond will insist on Wednesday that Britain can overcome EU opposition and include financial services in a post-Brexit free trade deal. Show More Summary

The crown prince doesn’t listen to Saudis – why would he listen to Theresa May? | Jamal Khashoggi and Robert Lacey

Britain once had a ‘big stick’, now the prime minister has little influence over Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and her only concern will be for Saudi Arabia’s money In February 1945, over lunch in Cairo, the leaders of Great Britain and Saudi Arabia met face to face for the first time. Show More Summary

Louvre show opens in Tehran as cultural diplomacy thrives

French minister welcomes breakthrough exhibition in Iran amid tensions over nuclear deal The Louvre has opened a show in Tehran billed as the first large-scale exhibition by a major western museum in the country, as French cultural diplomacy...Show More Summary

Trump’s Hopes of Being the ‘Neutral Guy’ in the Mideast Seem Long Gone

By PETER BAKER and DAVID M. HALBFINGER President Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel displayed on Monday perhaps the closest relationship between leaders of their countries since Israel declared independence.CreditTom Brenner/The New York Times WASHINGTON — In the midst of his campaign, President Trump vowed to bring peace to the Middle East by […]

Poll shows Australian PM’s popularity slides over sex scandal

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s personal popularity has slumped to a level seen only once before, a widely watched poll showed on Monday, hit by criticism for his handling of an affair between his former deputy and a staffer. The latest Newspoll, published by The Australian, found 37 percent of respondents backed the conservative Turnbull […]

Iran risks new sanctions over its missile programme, says France’s Le Drian

Ahead of a visit to Tehran on Monday, France’s Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said Iran needed to address international concerns over its ballistic missile programme or it risked new sanctions. “There are programmes for missiles that can travel several thousand kilometres, which are not compatible with UN Security Council resolutions and which exceed the […]

Lebanon’s Prime Minister Posts Smiling Selfie With Saudi Crown Prince

By MEGAN SPECIAPrime Minister Saad Hariri of Lebanon baffled his country and the international community late last year, when he traveled to Saudi Arabiaand resigned from his post — unexpectedly and, as it turned out, temporarily — in a live, televised address from Riyadh, the Saudi capital. So it bewildered some when, on Friday, during […]

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