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Newsweek

North Korea asserts a right to shoot down US bombers
Washington Post
North Korea's foreign minister on Monday asserted that the pariah state has the right to defend itself by shooting down U.S. planes, even if they are not in the country's airspace. Ri Yong Ho, speaking to reporters at a hotel across from the United ...
North Korea Says It Has the Right to Shoot Down US WarplanesNew York Times
North Korea Escalates Rhetoric Against TrumpHuffPost
Why New US Sanctions on North Korea Could Bite: QuickTake Q&ABloomberg
NPR -BBC News -SFGate -CNBC
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10:59am Mon, September 25, 2017

Washington Post

Island of Vieques remains isolated and silent since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico
Washington Post
VIEQUES, PUERTO RICO — The power went out on this small island hours before Hurricane Maria really made her presence known. It was dark when the bands of wind and rain started to whip through. It was 3 a.m. Wednesday when it got almost ...
Puerto Rico evacuates area near crumbling dam, asks for aidReuters
Puerto Rico is in the dark in wake of Hurricane MariaFox News
US government satellite image shows Puerto Rico blackoutBBC News
Bloomberg -ABC News -The Hill -Slate Magazine
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04:44pm Mon, September 25, 2017

CNN

Supreme Court cancels travel ban oral arguments
CNN
Washington (CNN) In an unexpected announcement, the Supreme Court said it will not hear oral arguments on the travel ban as scheduled on October 10. The court wants to hear from both sides if the issue is moot after the proclamation President Donald ...
Latest travel ban will probably affect tens of thousands, and it could short-circuit the court battleWashington Post
Around the World and the US, New Travel Ban Draws Anger, Applause and ShrugsNew York Times
Supreme Court puts off a final decision on Trump's new travel banLos Angeles Times
The Hill -Reuters -NBCNews.com -USA TODAY
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12:54pm Mon, September 25, 2017

Reuters

'We have the tap': Turkey's Erdogan threatens oil flow from Iraq's Kurdish area
Reuters
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan makes a speech during a conference in Istanbul, Turkey, September 25, 2017. REUTERS/Murad Sezer. HABUR, Turkey (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan threatened on Monday to cut off the pipeline that carries ...
The Kurds have voted. Here's what Washington should do next.Washington Post
Iran and Turkey Prepare for War in Iraq, Talk Peace With Russia in SyriaNewsweek
Despite Victories Over ISIS, Iraq May Disintegrate After Kurds Vote for IndependenceDaily Beast
U.S. News & World Report -NPR -USA TODAY -Los Angeles Times
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03:22pm Mon, September 25, 2017

Fox News

North Korea's 'gruesome' murder of Kim's brother meant to 'horrify world,' new report says
Fox News
Kim Jong Nam arrives at Beijing airport in 2007. The half-brother of Kim Jong Un was killed early 2017 in a daring assassination in Malaysia. (Reuters). Kim Jong Un wanted to assassinate his half-brother in the most “gruesome” and public way possible ...
Can South Korea Save Liberalism?Bloomberg
S.Korea won rises as worries over North abate; stocks slipReuters
Seoul urges US to avoid 'further escalation' with N. KoreaDaily Mail
Illawarra Mercury -Stuff.co.nz -Texas A&M The Battalion -Yonhap News
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12:05pm Mon, September 25, 2017

Washington Post

German nationalists' triumph rooted in eastern discontent
Washington Post
BAUTZEN, Germany — The nationalist, anti-migrant Alternative for Germany swept into third place with a robust showing in the former communist East German states, where discontent is widespread over dim economic prospects and Chancellor Angela ...
In German Election, Neo-Nazi Fringe Rises—And Here's WhyNewsweek
Four graphics that explain how a far-right party won third place in GermanyCNN
Germany's Nationalists Join the 13-Percent ClubBloomberg
Reuters -Observer -U.S. News & World Report -New York Post
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12:19pm Mon, September 25, 2017

Today.com

Aww! Prince Harry, Meghan Markle arrive to Invictus Games holding hands
Today.com
That's what we've been saying for months, waiting for photographic evidence of the relationship between Prince Harry and "Suits" actress Meghan Markle. Chris Jackson / Getty Images. Spotted together: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend a wheelchair ...

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02:13pm Mon, September 25, 2017

New York Daily News

Conservative Catholics accuse Pope Francis of heresy in first since 1333
New York Daily News
Conservative Catholics have said their spiritual leader Pope Francis is spreading heresy, a move that they say hasn't occurred since 1333. The group said they gave a “filial correction” from “spiritual sons and daughters” to their Holy Father on August ...
Amid avalanche, real questions about the papacy risk being obscuredCrux: Covering all things Catholic
Group accuses Pope Francis of heresyUSA TODAY
Group, including Detroit professor, accuses Pope Francis of spreading heresyDetroit Free Press
Lifesite -Fox News -The Guardian -Correctio Filialis de haeresibus propagatis
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05:01pm Mon, September 25, 2017

Newsweek

Canada's Chelsea Manning Ban Leads Donald Trump Jr. to Mock Transgender Whistleblower
Newsweek
Chelsea Manning, who was given a 35-year prison sentence for leaking a trove of United States government documents, has been permanently banned from entering Canada. The news was celebrated by some on Twitter, including Donald Trump Jr., who ...
Chelsea Manning says she was denied entry to CanadaReuters
Chelsea Manning says she has been barred from entering CanadaThe Guardian
Canadian Immigration Officials Barred Chelsea Manning From Entering The CountryBuzzFeed News
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02:16pm Mon, September 25, 2017

CNN

Russian couple suspected of killing and eating up to 30 victims
CNN
Moscow (CNN) Russian police appear to have discovered one of the country's most grisly cases of cannibalism after pictures of dismembered bodies were found on a phone belonging to one of the main suspects, Russia's state media reported Monday.
Russian 'Cannibal Couple' Suspected of Killing and Eating Dozens of VictimsVICE en_us
'Cannibal family' admit killing and eating 'at least 30 people' during gruesome murder spreeMirror.co.uk
Russian husband and wife duo suspected of killing 30 people and cannibalismMLive.com
Toronto Sun -Metro -RT -scallywagandvagabond
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09:48am Mon, September 25, 2017