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Trump’s trade war makes global slowdown even worse

WASHINGTON — President Trump’s trade war is chilling business investment, confidence and trade flows across the world, a development that foreign leaders and business executives say is worsening a global economic slowdown that was already under way......»»

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Academic unfreedom and states of repression: On the case of Leloy Claudio

Dr. Claudio's commentary, accusing his colleagues as well as students and activists of being "commies" are hardly statements to be glibly made or easily dismissed. Within the context of increasing state repression and concomitantly the erosion of academic freedom on both sides of the Pacific, the targets of Dr. Claudio's work are put directly into the crosshairs of the Duterte and even the Trump regime. Dr. Claudio produces conditions of academic unfreedom for those he attacks. The post Academic unfreedom and states of repression: On the case of Leloy Claudio appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

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PH won’t summon China ambassador over boat sinking | Evening wRap

Today on Rappler: PH refuses to summon China envoy over boat sinking China omits 'besieging' by PH boats in new statement Ice Seguerra calls out Cardema's Congress bid Trump says U.S. to begin removing 'millions' of illegal migrants Hong Kong leader offers 'most sincere apology' over law turmoil Executive Producer / Writer Lilibeth Frondoso Associate Producer / Publisher Marga Deona Jaira Roxas Master Editor / Playback Emerald Hidalgo Jaene Zaplan Jaen Manegdeg Quita Chuatico – Rappler.com.....»»

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Trump promises wild campaign launch rally

WASHINGTON DC, USA – President Donald Trump promised a "wild" 2020 campaign launch rally in Florida on Tuesday, June 18, even if dismal early poll numbers show he faces a difficult reelection. Organizers claim the Orlando rally has sold out a 20,000-seat arena, with many more to gather outside, ........»»

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Trump-Xi meeting at G20 raises hope for trade truce

WASHINGTON DC, USA – US President Donald Trump and China's Xi Jinping said Tuesday, June 18, they plan to meet next week at the Group of 20 summit in Japan, raising hopes for a truce in an increasingly damaging trade war between the world's top two economies. Trump said the ........»»

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Wife of ex-Nissan boss Ghosn seeks Trump help

LONDON, United Kingdom – The wife of ex-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn on Monday, June 17, reached out to US President Donald Trump, asking him to press Japan at upcoming talks about "fair trial conditions." Carlos Ghosn is awaiting trial in Japan over charges of under-reporting his salary for years while at Nissan and using ........»»

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New Quebec law stresses migrants skills, thousands must reapply

MONTREAL, Canada – The Quebec provincial legislature on Sunday, June 16, approved a controversial immigration bill that will replace a first-come, first-served standard for accepting migrants with one tied to an applicants' skills. The law is similar to a proposed plan from US President Donald Trump that would shift his country's ........»»

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Israel PM inaugurates Golan settlement honoring Trump

GOLAN HEIGHTS – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday, June 17, inaugurated a new settlement in the Golan Heights, named after the country's "great friend" US President Donald Trump. Netanyahu unveiled a "Trump Heights" sign, featuring an Israeli and a US flag, to mark the site of the new settlement. "Thank ........»»

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Lloyd, a World Cup starter again, scores 2 as US beats Chile

By Anne M. Peterson, Associated Press PARIS (AP) — Carli Lloyd wasn't thrilled to open the Women's World Cup on the bench for the United States. She accepted the role, but made no secret she wanted to start. When the call came Sunday, Lloyd made it count with a pair of goals to lead the defending champions to a 3-0 victory over Chile. The win pushed the United States into the round of 16. Lloyd was the hero of the World Cup in Canada four years ago when she scored three goals in the final against Japan that gave the Americans their third World Cup title. But she was on the bench when the U.S. opened the tournament, even though she scored later as a substitute in the 13-0 victory over Thailand. "I know that my ability is there, I know this is my best version of me. I've just got to go out there and prove it," she said. "Whether that's coming off the bench and making an impact, whether that's starting and getting the opportunity, which I'm grateful for, I'm just trying to make the most of it. I want to win." Lloyd became the first player to score in six straight World Cup matches with her goal in the 11th minute. She added another on a header off a corner in the 35th for her 10th career World Cup goal, which moved her into third on the U.S. list behind Abby Wambach (14) and Michelle Akers (12). At 36, she became the oldest player to have a multi-goal game in the tournament. She nearly got another hat trick — which would have made her the first player with two in the World Cup — but her penalty kick in the 81st minute went wide left. "It's haunting me right now," Lloyd said. "Wasn't good enough." The score could have been worse for Chile without unshakable goalkeeper Christiane Endler, who finished with six saves and fended off a flurry of U.S. shots in the second half. Endler was named player of the match. "I love the balls coming towards me and being able to showcase my skills," she said through a translator. "Obviously it's difficult to maintain concentration. I think in the first half it was difficult for me to get into the game. I think the second half went better for me and in general for the team." The victory over Chile was more subdued than the U.S. team's record-breaking rout of Thailand. The Americans celebrated every goal even after the win was well in hand, and the display offended many who thought the champions should have shown more class. The controversy clouded the run-up to the match against Chile. Several of the American players reached out to their Thai counterparts following the match. Lloyd exchanged encouraging words and tweets with goalkeeper Sukanya Chor Charoenying, and FIFA posted an interview with Thailand's coach thanking the U.S. players for being professional and playing well. After such a rout, Jill Ellis made sweeping changes to the starting lineup against Chile, including a new front line with Lloyd, Christen Press and Mallory Pugh. Alex Morgan was moved to the bench along with Megan Rapinoe and Tobin Heath. Becky Sauerbrunn, who sat out the match against Thailand because of a minor quad injury, returned and anchored a backline that included 20-year-old Tierna Davidson, who was making her World Cup debut. Davidson is the youngest player to start for the United States in a World Cup since Tiffany Roberts against Norway in 1995. Chile made just one lineup change, starting midfielder Claudia Soto in place of Yanara Aedo. Chile lost its opener to Sweden 2-0, but Endler was solid in that game, too, keeping the Swedes out of the goal until 83rd minute. The second goal got past the 6-footer in stoppage time. Julie Ertz scored in the 26th minute with a header off a corner kick from Davidson that Endler got her hands on but couldn't stop. It was Ertz's first World Cup goal and came with her husband Zach Ertz, a tight end for the Philadelphia Eagles, looking on. Endler denied Lloyd another chance at the hat trick when she tipped the U.S. captain's shot over the net in the 72nd minute. Sweden also advanced out of Group F with a victory 5-1 victory over Thailand earlier Sunday in Nice. Japan, playing in Group D with England, also went through to the knockout stage because both the United States and Sweden won. Former Vice President Joe Biden was among the U.S. team's well-wishers before the sold-out game at Parc des Princes stadium. Biden, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for president in 2020, referenced the team's lawsuit against U.S. Soccer alleging gender discrimination and seeking equitable pay. "As we cheer them on in the World Cup, we must support their fight off the field for equal pay. In 2019, it's past time we close the pay gap and ensure women get paid as much as men," Biden tweeted. U.S. soccer maintains the two teams have different pay structures because of separate collective bargaining agreements. But for now, the players are concentrating on France and bringing home a fourth World Cup championship. The United States plays Sweden on Thursday to wrap up the group stage. It is the first meeting between the two teams since Sweden ousted the Americans from the quarterfinals at the 2016 Olympics. Chile wraps up the group with a match against Thailand on Thursday......»»

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Daily Diaries: How Being Insecure Over My College BF Broke Us Apart

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American paradox: Deficit widens even as economy grows

WASHINGTON DC, USA – President Donald Trump likes to take credit for the US economy, with historic low unemployment and few signs of rising prices, but his promises that surging growth would pay for massive tax cuts are falling flat. After an initial bounce in 2018 and in the first 3 ........»»

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New York Times Russia report is virtual treason, Trump says

WASHINGTON DC, USA – US President Donald Trump on Saturday, June 15, accused The New York Times of "a virtual act of treason," after it reported the US is stepping up digital incursions into Russia's electric power grid. Current and former government officials have described the classified deployment of American computer code inside ........»»

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Trump in new Twitter attack on London s mayor

WASHINGTON, United States – US President Donald Trump launched a fresh attack Saturday, June 15 on London Mayor Sadiq Khan, backing a right-wing British columnist who has been widely accused of Islamophobia and once called migrants "cockroaches." Trump attached his latest denunciation of the mayor to a retweet by Katie Hopkins about ........»»

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Trump pins Iran to tanker blasts

Trump pins Iran to tanker blasts.....»»

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Mexico publishes Trump s secret deal on migration

MEXICO CITY, Mexico – Mexico published the document Friday, June 14, that US President Donald Trump fleetingly showed the press this week as evidence he had extracted tough new concessions on migration from the neighboring country. Trump theatrically waved the one-page document in front of reporters Tuesday, fending off critics who said his use of tariff threats ........»»

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Spell & lsquo;Wales& rsquo; the Trump way: & lsquo;Whales& rsquo;

Spell & lsquo;Wales& rsquo; the Trump way: & lsquo;Whales& rsquo;.....»»

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Trump, sinibak ang sariling spokesperson

United States – Ginulat ni US President Donald Trump ang lahat matapos niyang anunsiyo nitong Huwebes, Hunyo 13, ang pagsibak niya sa sarili niyang spokeswoman, si Sarah Sanders. Si Sanders ay isa sa pinakatapat na empleyado ni Trump, laging nasa tabi ng Pangulo sa kaniyang dalawa’t kalahating taon sa White House at kahit sa nangangampaniya […].....»»

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Trump announces exit of warrior spokeswoman Sarah Sanders

WASHINGTON, USA – President Donald Trump on Thursday, June 13, announced the surprise departure of his spokeswoman Sarah Sanders, after a combative tenure that saw her all-but-kill off traditional White House briefings to journalists. Sanders has been one of Trump's most loyal foot soldiers, almost constantly at his side during his ........»»

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Federal watchdog: White House should sack Trump aide Conway

WASHINGTON, DC, USA – A US watchdog agency recommended on Thursday, June 13, that White House counselor Kellyanne Conway be fired, saying the close aide to President Donald Trump repeatedly violated a law restricting political activity during her official work. The White House swiftly responded by calling the process "blatantly unfair" ........»»

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Iran leader rejects Trump talks despite Japan PM s mission

TEHRAN, Iran (UPDATED) – Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Thursday, June 13, categorically ruled out talks with US President Donald Trump, despite an unprecedented Japanese mission aimed at defusing tensions between Washington and the Islamic Republic. Iran "has no trust in America and will not in any way repeat the ........»»

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