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Spanish police search for Barcelona van driver as probe points to wider network in attacks
Washington Post
BARCELONA — Spanish police expanded the hunt Friday for the man who swerved his van onto Barcelona's iconic Las Ramblas promenade even as evidence of a wider web of plotters took shape after the worst terrorist attack on Spain in more than a ...
Barcelona and Cambrils: 'Bigger' attacks were preparedBBC News
When Terror Came to BarcelonaNew York Times
Las Ramblas: The attack locals feared was comingCNN
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Finland: Several people stabbed in Turku, police say
(CNN) Police in Finland have shot and arrested a suspect after several people were stabbed in the city of Turku. The suspect was shot in the leg after the stabbings, said police. The public has been asked to move away from the city center, Turku police ...
Finland stabbings: Man shot and held after Turku attacksBBC News

New York Times
Text of James Murdoch's Email Condemning Trump's Response to Charlottesville
New York Times
James Murdoch, the chief executive of 21st Century Fox, in April in New York. Credit Kevin Hagen for The New York Times. WASHINGTON — The following is the text of an email that was sent Thursday by James Murdoch, the chief executive of 21st Century ...
To curtail hate, James Murdoch must clean house at Fox NewsWashington Post
Fox CEO James Murdoch criticizes Trump over response to CharlottesvilleLos Angeles Times
James Murdoch rebukes Trump over Charlottesville responsePolitico
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Washington Post
Trump said to study General Pershing. Here's what the president got wrong.
Washington Post
A sordid tale of Gen. John J. Pershing executing Muslim insurgents in the Philippines at the turn of the century is a favorite of President Trump. “They were having terrorism problems, just like we do,” Trump told a throng of cheering supporters in ...
Colbert mocks Trump for tweeting pigs blood hoax after Barcelona attackThe Hill (blog)
Stephen Colbert almost praised Trump's Barcelona tweet — until the pig's blood referenceUSA TODAY
Trump says 'radical Islamic terrorism must be stopped by whatever means necessary' in wake of Barcelona attackBusiness Insider
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'Art of the Deal' ghostwriter predicts Trump will resign
Washington (CNN) The ghostwriter of "The Art of the Deal" thinks President Donald Trump will eventually call it quits. Tony Schwartz, the man behind Trump's 1987 memoir, took to Twitter on Wednesday to vocalize his forecast for Trump's political future.
'Art of the Deal' Ghostwriter Thinks President Trump Will Resign Before the End of the YearTIME
'Art of the Deal' writer: Trump will resign soonThe Hill (blog)
Art of the Deal Writer Says Trump Will Resign Before Year's End: Reminds Me of 'Last Days of Nixon'Mediaite

Miami Herald
Harvey no threat to South Florida but another wave will need watching
Miami Herald
Tropical Storm Harvey will avoid South Florida as it churns through the eastern Caribbean Sea this weekend, but forecasters are eyeing another tropical disturbance that may develop early next week. The National Hurricane Center said early Friday that a ...
Tropical Storm Harvey Is Drenching the Windward Islands; Two Other Areas Are Being Monitored For Tropical ...The Weather Channel
Tropical Storm Harvey Moves West As 2nd Storm Eyes
Tropical Storm Harvey moves across eastern Caribbean islandsABC News
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The Hindu
Doklam crisis echoes loudly in South and South-East Asia
The Hindu
In this August 11, 2017 photo, Tibetans in exile in New Delhi shout slogans during a protest to show support to India on the country's Doklam standoff with China. The crisis and the subtle power shifts are being keenly and neutrally observed by South ...
Haven't received hydrological data from China: IndiaTimes of India


Cities across Africa face threat of landslides like Sierra Leone
DAKAR (Reuters) - Natural and human factors made Sierra Leone's capital vulnerable to a landslide that killed more than 400 people this week: heavy rain, deforested land and communities forced by overcrowding to live on steep hillsides.
Sierra Leone mudslides: Death toll now above 400, UN saysUSA TODAY
The Latest: Chance of Sierra Leone survivors gets 'smaller'New York Daily News
Death Toll in Sierra Leone Mudslides Tops 400Voice of America