Sweden Has Dropped Its Case Against Julian Assange

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Sweden Has Dropped Its Case Against Julian Assange

BuzzFeed News
The country’s lead prosecutor said all prospects of pursuing the investigation had been exhausted, adding that Assange’s continued evasion of legal proceedings had been a factor in the decision.

New York Today: How Safe is Times Square?

New York Times
A frightening day in the heart of the city. Credit Jeenah Moon for The New York Times. Updated, 6:48 a.m.. Good morning on this sweaty Friday.

Trump once denounced Saudi Arabia as extremist. Now he’s heading there to promote moderate Islam.

Washington Post
This Friday, President Trump will arrive in Saudi Arabia for his first foreign trip as leader of the United States. During his time in the Saudi kingdom, Trump is planning to lead an address to around 50 Muslim leaders and take part in a debate about

Report: Trump’s Mounting Scandals Wearing on Pence

Daily Beast
As the White House engages in damage control over President Trump’s abrupt firing of James Comey and allegations the president divulged classified information to Russia, Vice President Mike Pence is reportedly worn down by all the controversy.

Chinese fighters buzz US surveillance plane, underlining strategic mistrust

Washington Post
BEIJING – Two Chinese fighter jets have buzzed a U.S. spy plane that sniffs out nuclear radiation while flying over the East China Sea, underlining Beijing’s discomfort with American surveillance in its neighborhood.

Iranian Women Fear Gains Will Be Lost If Rouhani Loses Election

Supporters of Hassan Rouhani hold up his portrait during a campaign rally in Tehran on Wednesday. ATTA KENARE / AFP – Getty Images.

Trump angrily calls Russia investigation a ‘witch hunt,’ and denies charges of collusion

Washington Post
President Trump on Thursday said there was no collusion between his campaign and Russia, while adding the caveat that he can only speak for himself, and denied ever asking FBI Director James B. Comey to back off on his agency’s investigation into

Syria condemns US-led attack on pro-Assad forces

BBC News
Syria has condemned air strikes by the US-led coalition on pro-Syrian government forces near the Jordan border. Syria said the strikes killed “a number” of people, destroyed some “material” and were a “blatant attack on forces fighting terrorism”.

China claims breakthrough in mining ‘flammable ice’

BBC News
China has for the first time extracted gas from an ice-like substance under the South China Sea considered key to future global energy supply.

Japan Moves to Allow Its Emperor to Abdicate. But Just This Once.

New York Times
Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko of Japan at the annual spring garden party at the Akasaka Palace imperial garden in Tokyo last month.

Swamp Strikes Back as Trump Finds Himself With a Special Counsel

Bloomberg  – ‎1 hour ago‎
Donald Trump won the presidency on the promise he’d drain the swamp. This week, the swamp struck back. The naming Wednesday of former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special counsel to investigate the Russian government’s meddling in the U.S.

The Flynn Scandal Explodes: What This Means and How It Happened

Mother Jones
On Wednesday, not one but two bombshells exploded concerning Michael Flynn, the national security adviser President Donald Trump was compelled to fire after only 22 days on the job.

New footage shows Erdogan watching Washington brawl

(CNN) New video footage has emerged that shows Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan looking on as Turkish security officials beat up protesters outside the country’s embassy in Washington earlier this week.

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