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China challenges US Navy ships in South China Sea

China challenges US Navy ships in South China Sea

China's military said it had dispatched warships to challenge two US Navy vessels that sailed through waters in the South China Sea.

  • by Steven Lee Myers

Opinion & Perspectives

Justice for MH17 victims demands the ultimate joint effort

The Dutch and Australian governments have to join the legal campaign against a power that sees little value in human life.

Jerry Skinner

    Excuses offered for latest school shooting have me lost for words

    After another mass shooting at a US high school, it was left to the Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick to try to isolate the cause. He pointed to a few.

    Peter FitzSimons
      Peter FitzSimons

      Putin's evasions on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 are a disgrace

      There is no doubt by now that Putin knows every available detail of the case.

      Leonid Bershidsky
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        North America

        ‘OMG This Is Wrong!’ Ex-English teacher corrects Trump letter

        ‘OMG This Is Wrong!’ Ex-English teacher corrects Trump letter

        The letter, dated May 3 and printed on White House stationery, was addressed to Yvonne Mason, 61, a former high school English teacher who retired in 2017.

        • by Christina Caron
        Congressional bid to block ZTE possible: Marco Rubio

        Congressional bid to block ZTE possible: Marco Rubio

        A potential bill to ban ZTE in the US would have supermajority support in Congress, Republican Senator Marco Rubio said.

        • by Mark Niquette

        Europe

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        Asia

        China challenges US Navy ships in South China Sea

        China challenges US Navy ships in South China Sea

        China's military said it had dispatched warships to challenge two US Navy vessels that sailed through waters in the South China Sea.

        • by Steven Lee Myers
        US officials cross into North Korea for summit preparation

        US officials cross into North Korea for summit preparation

        A team of US officials crossed into North Korea for talks to prepare for a summit between Trump and Kim, despite the question marks hanging over the meeting.

        • by Anna Fifield

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        Brazil's striking truckers defiant as government sends in the army

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