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The New Yorker

Donald Trump's War Doctrine Débuts, at the UN
The New Yorker
On Tuesday, Donald Trump made his début on the world stage—on the same elegant green-marble dais, donated by Italy after the Second World War, that he had mocked in a 2012 tweet as ugly. “The 12 inch sq. marble tiles behind speaker at UN always ...
With Combative Style and Epithets, Trump Takes America First to the UNNew York Times
Trump's hard-hitting UN speech gets mixed reception from world leadersNew York Post
UN General Assembly live updates: Afghan president welcomes plans for more US troopsLos Angeles Times
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New York Times

Why a World-Famous Art Exhibition Needed a Government Bailout
New York Times
Often described as the most important art exhibition in the world, Documenta is seen as a bellwether for the relevance and direction of art internationally. It is conceived as an exhibition that takes risks, and in recent days its organizers have used ...



The Guardian

IMF and World Bank members must stop rise of economic non-order
The Guardian
Next month, when finance ministers and central bank governors from more than 180 countries gather in Washington DC for the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, they will confront a global economic order under ...

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Politico

Anxious world lobbies Trump on Iran nuclear deal
Politico
NEW YORK — In public, in private, and with few exceptions, world leaders gathered at the United Nations this week are urging President Donald Trump not to follow through on his threat to derail the Iran nuclear deal. But so far, Trump shows no sign of ...
Speech at UN sees Trump threaten Pyongyang – as it happenedThe Guardian

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The Guardian

Mexico: Huge earthquake topples buildings, killing more than 200
BBC News
Correspondents say that residents may have mistaken earthquake alarms for part of the day of drills in the wake of the 1985 quake. Mexico City is one of the most densely populated cities in the world, with more than 20 million people living in the ...
At least 248 killed as powerful 7.1 earthquake strikes central MexicoLos Angeles Times
Mexico earthquake: at least 217 dead after powerful quake – latest updatesThe Guardian
Mexico Earthquake Kills Hundreds, Trapping Many Under RubbleNew York Times
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National Geographic

Why It's Unlikely the World Will End on September 23
National Geographic
This year's alignment doesn't seem particularly unusual, says Colgate University emeritus professor Anthony Aveni, who specializes in the study of astronomical practices in the ancient world. What's more, Virgo wasn't incorporated into Hebrew astronomy ...
Why the World Didn't End | NASANASA

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Quartz

Aung San Suu Kyi was always against the Rohingya, but the world simply ignored the woman
Quartz
The Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar's Rakhine State have been subject to what the United Nations (UN) head of human rights called “a textbook example of genocide.” And many had, till now, exhorted Suu Kyi to speak up against the state-sanctioned horrors.
Fact check: Aung San Suu Kyi's speech on the Rohingya crisisThe Guardian
The world's fastest-growing refugee crisis is taking place in Myanmar. Here's why.Vox
Message to the world from Nasima Khatun, a RohingyaAljazeera.com

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Newsweek

Trump Was Laughed At By World Leaders For Dissing Socialism
Newsweek
When President Donald Trump criticized socialism during his speech Tuesday at the United Nations, he seemed to expect roaring approval from the audience. Instead, world leaders responded with laughter and weak applause. It was perhaps the most ...

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CNN

The world is running out of antibiotics, WHO says
CNN
(CNN) Too few new antibiotics are under development to combat the threat of multidrug-resistant infections, according to a new World Health Organization report published Tuesday. Adding to the concern: It is likely that the speed of increasing ...
WHO warns the world is running out of antibioticsMarketWatch
WHO warns world is running out of antibioticsRTE.ie

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CNN

How world leaders reacted to Trump's UN speech
CNN
(CNN) As President Donald Trump took the world stage Tuesday at the United Nations General Assembly to deliver a speech, world leaders were stoic and quiet, barely reacting to his remarks about their countries. It was the first time Trump spoke to UN ...
Trump's message to the world at the UN: every country is on its ownVox
World leaders skip out on Trump to avoid the embarrassmentMcClatchy Washington Bureau
Trump Uses Putin's Arguments to Undermine the WorldDaily Beast
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