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Jewish Insider's Daily Kickoff: May 17, 2018

Have our people email your people. Tell your friends to sign up for the Daily Kickoff here REPORT -- NPR's Daniel Estrin tweets: "A person who attended an off-...
'18May
16

Lessons for South Sudan and IGAD-Led peace forum

James Okuk, PhD“The polis exists to assure the good life” – Aristotle. “For however strong a ruler may be, he will always have need of the goodwill of the inhabitants if he wishes to remain in power” – Machiavelli...
'18May
16

The Birth of a New American Aristocracy

The 9.9 Percent Is the New American Aristocracy The gilded future of the top 10 percent—and the end of opportunity for everyone else...
'18May
15

America Should See Saudi Arabia's War on Yemen for the Horror It Really Is

The U.S. is at war in Yemen. Special Forces are on the ground in Saudi Arabia assisting the oil giant against its impoverished neighbor. Washington also is providing Riyadh’s military with munitions, targeting...
'18May
14

United Arab Emirates: Entering into a Sustainable Future

Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Energy, Environment, Featured, Green Economy, Headlines, Health, Middle East & North Africa, TerraViva United Nations, Trade & Investment By Maged Srour...
'18May
14

Economies in the Americas are poised to expand but plenty of uncertainties could still slow growth

The economies of Latin America are expanding again. But the problem is, growth is slow.And there are plenty of uncertainties that could sap the region's growing economic vitality — from a series of upcoming...
'18May
14

Daily News 14 / 05 / 2018

L'état de l'Union: discours du président Juncker à l'Institut universitaire européenLe président Juncker a prononcé vendredi un discours lors de la conférence organisée par l'Institut universitaire européen sur "L'...
'18May
14

Libya: Battle for City Endangers Civilians

Expand Al-Wihda Hospital staff housing units in Derna, Libya, damaged by airstrikes on February 7, 2016, according to a witness.  © 2016 al-Wihda Hospital administration...
'18May
14

‘Slow genocide’: Myanmar’s invisible war on the Kachin Christian minority

When Tang Seng heard gunshots close to his village in Myanmar, he had a choice: carry his grandmother away from the fighting on his back or run for help. She asked him to kill her and leave her there but he refused...
'18May
12

Kelly: Protected Immigrants Need Path to Citizenship

WASHINGTON — Immigrants from Honduras, Haiti, El Salvador and other countries who were given protected status to live in the United States should have a path to citizenship, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly...

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