News In Photos – 6:40 PM 5/23/2017

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1. News in Photos from mikenova (4 sites)
WSJ.com: World News: One Protester Killed, Hundreds Hurt in Clash With Bahraini Police

Bahraini security forces clashed with Shiite Muslim protesters, killing one person and wounding hundreds in the latest flare-up between the countrys Sunni monarchy and majority Shiite population.

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WSJ.com: World News: Mexico and Canada Want Nafta Talks With U.S. to Be Trilateral

Mexico and Canada officials said negotiations to update Nafta with the U.S. should be trilateral as a matter of common sense, and that replacing it with bilateral pacts would be impractical.

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The World Web Times worldwebtimes.com: Politics: Senate Democrats: Trump would cut more in infrastructure spending than he proposes to add: An analysis cites $206 billion in cuts to an array of infrastructure programs.

Politics: Senate Democrats: Trump would cut more in infrastructure spending than he proposes to add

An analysis cites $206 billion in cuts to an array of infrastructure programs.

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Day in Photos – Voice of America: May 23, 2017

A look at the best news photos from around the world.

Day in Photos – Voice of America

WSJ.com: World News: Philippines Declares Martial Law on Southern Island

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte declared martial law on the southern island of Mindanao following fighting between the army and an Islamic State-linked militant group.

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E! Brooklyn ebklyn.com: Pride marched into Brighton Beach! 11:32 AM 5/23/2017

Pride marched into Brighton Beach! 

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WSJ.com: World News: Former CIA Chief Brennan Says Russians ‘Brazenly’ Interfered in U.S. Election

Former Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan said Tuesday that Russia brazenly interfered in the 2016 presidential election despite a direct warning to a top Kremlin official in August 2016 to stay out of U.S. politics.

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WSJ.com: World News: Pakistan Cracks Down on Social-Media Critics of Military

Pakistans government is cracking down on social media critics of the nations powerful military, a move many activists and opposition lawmakers say is aimed at suppressing free speech and political dissent.

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WSJ.com: World News: Ahead of Trump Visit, Survey Shows Growing U.S. Support for NATO

As President Trump prepares for his first visit to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization headquarters, a new survey shows support for the alliance rising in the U.S.

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E! Brooklyn ebklyn.com: Brooklyn gays

As growing numbers of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender exiles from Russia move to Sheepshead Bay and other southern Brooklyn neighborhoods, many of them say they have been subjected to intense discrimination by members of older generations who adhere to the harshly conservative principles of their homeland.

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WSJ.com: World News: U.S. Forces Attack Al Qaeda in Yemen

Seven militants are killed in air-and-ground operation, the Pentagon says.

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WSJ.com: World News: Trump Says U.S. Committed to Israeli and Palestinian Peace

President Donald Trump said the U.S. is committed to peace between the Israelis and Palestinians, but steered clear of saying how the two sides will overcome longstanding obstacles to a deal.

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WSJ.com: World News: Suicide Bomber Kills 22 at U.K. Concert; Children Among Victims

The suicide bomber who killed 22 people and injured dozens of others outside a pop concert in Manchester on Monday night hit one of the softest of soft targets a mostly young crowd pouring from the exits at the end of the show, police said.

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WSJ.com: World News: Japan Pushes Ahead With Antiterrorism Bill

Japan took a decisive step toward a new law bolstering police powers to prevent terror attacks despite concerns about a possible erosion of civil liberties.

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WSJ.com: World News: Australia Opens New Trade Horizon in Latin America

Australia plans to begin free trade talks on Wednesday with Peru, hoping to use a resulting pact to broaden commerce with three more Latin American countries and help counter a U.S. tide of protectionism.

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WSJ.com: World News: Big Brother Comes for Foreign Firms in China

A new threat to foreign businesses in China is looming in the form of a social-credit system that harnesses big data to monitor and rate companies, what one think tank calls IT-backed authoritarianism.

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WSJ.com: World News: Pope Francis, Donald Trump to Seek Common Ground at Vatican

When President Donald Trump visits Pope Francis on a trip the White House has cast as a pilgrimage of peace, the two leaders could struggle to find significant areas of agreement after a public show of acrimony.

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WSJ.com: World News: Men Punished With Lashings for Same-Sex Relations in Indonesia

Two men were lashed with a cane in Aceh province as punishment for having same-sex relations, part of a growing intolerance of sexual minorities that has marked the rise of more conservative Islam in the worlds largest Muslim-majority country.

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The World Web Times worldwebtimes.com: Trump asked intelligence officials to deny connections with Russia

1. VIDEO NEWS from mikenova (66 sites): Washington Posts YouTube Videos: Trump asked intelligence officials to deny connections with Russia

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Duration: 01:53

The Washington Posts Adam Entous explains how President Trump asked two top ranking intelligence officials to publicly deny any connection between his campaign and Russia.

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WSJ.com: World News: At Least 19 Killed at U.K. Concert; Police Investigating as Terror

A suspected suicide bomber killed at least 19 people were killed and about 50 injured at a concert hall in Manchester, England, according to U.S. and U.K. authorities. A loud explosion was set off outside the venue just after American singer Ariana Grande closed a show, sending screaming fans streaming toward the exits, according to witnesses and British authorities.

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WSJ.com: World News: Ousted South Korean President’s Corruption Trial Opens

The trial of former South Korean President Park Geun-hye began less than three months after she was removed from office as part of a sweeping corruption scandal. Also on trial are Ms. Parks former friend and Lottes chairman.

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1. News in Photos from mikenova (4 sites)
WSJ.com: World News: One Protester Killed, Hundreds Hurt in Clash With Bahraini Police
WSJ.com: World News: Mexico and Canada Want Nafta Talks With U.S. to Be Trilateral
The World Web Times worldwebtimes.com: Politics: Senate Democrats: Trump would cut more in infrastructure spending than he proposes to add: An analysis cites $206 billion in cuts to an array of infrastructure programs.
Day in Photos – Voice of America: May 23, 2017
WSJ.com: World News: Philippines Declares Martial Law on Southern Island
E! Brooklyn ebklyn.com: Pride marched into Brighton Beach! 11:32 AM 5/23/2017
WSJ.com: World News: Former CIA Chief Brennan Says Russians ‘Brazenly’ Interfered in U.S. Election
WSJ.com: World News: Pakistan Cracks Down on Social-Media Critics of Military
WSJ.com: World News: Ahead of Trump Visit, Survey Shows Growing U.S. Support for NATO
E! Brooklyn ebklyn.com: Brooklyn gays
WSJ.com: World News: U.S. Forces Attack Al Qaeda in Yemen
WSJ.com: World News: Trump Says U.S. Committed to Israeli and Palestinian Peace
WSJ.com: World News: Suicide Bomber Kills 22 at U.K. Concert; Children Among Victims
WSJ.com: World News: Japan Pushes Ahead With Antiterrorism Bill
WSJ.com: World News: Australia Opens New Trade Horizon in Latin America
WSJ.com: World News: Big Brother Comes for Foreign Firms in China
WSJ.com: World News: Pope Francis, Donald Trump to Seek Common Ground at Vatican
WSJ.com: World News: Men Punished With Lashings for Same-Sex Relations in Indonesia
The World Web Times worldwebtimes.com: Trump asked intelligence officials to deny connections with Russia
WSJ.com: World News: At Least 19 Killed at U.K. Concert; Police Investigating as Terror
WSJ.com: World News: Ousted South Korean President’s Corruption Trial Opens

 

1. News in Photos from mikenova (4 sites)
WSJ.com: World News: One Protester Killed, Hundreds Hurt in Clash With Bahraini Police

Bahraini security forces clashed with Shiite Muslim protesters, killing one person and wounding hundreds in the latest flare-up between the countrys Sunni monarchy and majority Shiite population.


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