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President Donald Trump bragged about his economic and diplomatic accomplishments and savaged the media during a raucous rally Saturday before ... the price of the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, promises of "crystal clean water," entertainer Kanye West and plans to rehabilitate local infrastructure.

So I became a journalist, writing stories for Reuters and Agence France-Presse. By that time, in 1967, Sheikh Zayed had become the ruler, ... That is why Sheikh Zayed has become a true legend. We feel him around us, not only in the physical traces he left, but also in our memories as human beings.
The New York Times had a spotty record of covering the AIDS epidemic in the early 1980s — and gay culture in general. Times staffers reflect on the paper's past, and what we can learn from it today. Any newspaper must, by definition, aspire to be the “paper of record,” and yet when it came to this ...
The President's Keepers: Those Keeping Zuma in Power and Out of Prisonby legendary South African journalist Jacques Pauw, who came out of retirement to ... is just a recent example of long history of African investigative journalism—a history that can be a source of inspiration to those of us in US media.
But Murtaja's death brought relatively rare attention to the plight of Palestinian journalists in war-weary Gaza—besieged by Israel's and Egypt's blockade, ruled by the repressive Hamas, and, amid Palestinian infighting, dire electricity shortages, and international-aid cuts, facing humanitarian and economic ...
Debt 'at the core of Chinese growth', argues Australian financial journalist ... The appeal of Dinny McMahon's book is its readability, aided by anecdotes that give insights into China's economic development and the bubble that has for years ... That probably means most of us will be clearing out our kitchens.
But in the early 1960s, she was one of the most famous female TV journalists in the United States—a glamorous former soap opera star who reinvented herself as a reporter and then climbed to the top of ... But U.S. officials soured on his anti-American rhetoric and his economic outreach to the Soviet Union.


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