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UK may undermine US-led campaign to keep Huawei out of 5G networks
Monday, February 18
The United Kingdom could undermine an American-led campaign to keep Chinese tech company Huawei out of super-fast 5G mobile networks around the world.
Indian troops killed in militant clash in Kashmir
Monday, February 18
Four Indian army personnel were killed Monday in a gunfight with militants in the Pulwama district of Indian-administered Kashmir, just days after a car bomb was detonated in the same area, killing 40 paramilitary soldiers.
MPs quit UK Labour party for anti-Semitism and Brexit 'betrayal'
Monday, February 18
Seven members of Britain's opposition Labour party resigned on Monday, citing what they described as institutional anti-Semitism and the party's "betrayal" on Brexit.
Anti-Semitism's shadow over Europe
Trump's allies get set for fierce fight over emergency declaration
Monday, February 18
President Donald Trump's allies are mounting a stiff defense of his declaration of a national emergency amid increasing signs that the biggest threat to his border wall now comes not from Congress, but the courts.
Facebook branded 'digital gangsters' by UK lawmakers
Monday, February 18
UK lawmakers have accused Facebook of violating data privacy and competition laws in a report on social media disinformation that also says CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed "contempt" toward parliament by not appearing before them.
Migrants to Yemen unaware of bombs and bodies ahead
They trudge, exhausted, along the desolate winding road to Obock in northern Djibouti, flanked on either side by a black, alien landscape created millennia ago by volcanic eruptions.
US discussing exchanging liaison officers with North Korea
Monday, February 18
The US and North Korea are seriously considering exchanging liaison officers, a move that could begin the establishment of interest sections in each other's countries, two sources with knowledge of the discussions told CNN.
Baldwin: Trump's 'SNL' attack could be 'a threat to my safety'
Monday, February 18
Alec Baldwin, the actor who plays President Trump on "SNL," is responding to the president's latest shot at the show.
Saudi crown prince signs deals worth $20B
Monday, February 18
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has signed agreements worth $20 billion with Pakistan at the start of an Asian tour widely seen as an attempt to bolster ties and improve the kingdom's image after a troubling year.
UK may undermine US-led campaign to keep Huawei out of 5G networks
Monday, February 18
The United Kingdom could undermine an American-led campaign to keep Chinese tech company Huawei out of super-fast 5G mobile networks around the world.
Indian troops killed in militant clash in Kashmir
Monday, February 18
Four Indian army personnel were killed Monday in a gunfight with militants in the Pulwama district of Indian-administered Kashmir, just days after a car bomb was detonated in the same area, killing 40 paramilitary soldiers.
MPs quit UK Labour party for anti-Semitism and Brexit 'betrayal'
Monday, February 18
Seven members of Britain's opposition Labour party resigned on Monday, citing what they described as institutional anti-Semitism and the party's "betrayal" on Brexit.
Anti-Semitism's shadow over Europe
Trump's allies get set for fierce fight over emergency declaration
Monday, February 18
President Donald Trump's allies are mounting a stiff defense of his declaration of a national emergency amid increasing signs that the biggest threat to his border wall now comes not from Congress, but the courts.
Facebook branded 'digital gangsters' by UK lawmakers
Monday, February 18
UK lawmakers have accused Facebook of violating data privacy and competition laws in a report on social media disinformation that also says CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed "contempt" toward parliament by not appearing before them.
Migrants to Yemen unaware of bombs and bodies ahead
They trudge, exhausted, along the desolate winding road to Obock in northern Djibouti, flanked on either side by a black, alien landscape created millennia ago by volcanic eruptions.
US discussing exchanging liaison officers with North Korea
Monday, February 18
The US and North Korea are seriously considering exchanging liaison officers, a move that could begin the establishment of interest sections in each other's countries, two sources with knowledge of the discussions told CNN.
Baldwin: Trump's 'SNL' attack could be 'a threat to my safety'
Monday, February 18
Alec Baldwin, the actor who plays President Trump on "SNL," is responding to the president's latest shot at the show.
Saudi crown prince signs deals worth $20B
Monday, February 18
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has signed agreements worth $20 billion with Pakistan at the start of an Asian tour widely seen as an attempt to bolster ties and improve the kingdom's image after a troubling year.
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