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[Al Jazeera English] Greece remembers the brutality that felled its dictatorship

[The Wall Street Journal] Europe Is Adding Jobs at the Expense of Job Security—and Workers Are Fuming

[Reuters] HP rejects Xerox's $33.5 billion offer to buy the company

[The Washington Post] Adam Schiff is bringing a prosecutor’s sensibility to impeachment hearings

[The Washington Post] Sen. Johnson says whistleblower’s sources ‘exposed things that didn’t need to be exposed’

[BBC News] 'They had shot the boys in the head'

[Reuters] Lebanon slips deeper into crisis after Safadi withdrawal

[Politico] Don Jr. is on a mission to recruit Trump culture warriors

[The New York Times] How Elizabeth Warren Got to ‘Yes’ on Medicare for All

[Reuters] Bloomberg admits he was wrong, apologizes for 'stop and frisk' - NY Times

[Politico] Pelosi has 'no idea' if impeachment inquiry will wrap by year's end

[Reuters] U.S., South Korea postpone military drills in bid to bolster North Korea peace effort

[BBC News] Trump defends Biden over 'rabid dog' jibe

[The Washington Post] The party of lying liars

[Reuters] Iran's Khamenei backs fuel price hike, blames 'sabotage' for unrest

[The Washington Post] Trump is ‘healthy as can be,’ White House press secretary says after doctor visit

[Reuters] Hong Kong police threaten to use live bullets as standoff with protesters escalates

[The Wall Street Journal] U.S. Struggles to Crack Down on Chinese Efforts to Recruit Scientists

[The Washington Post] A radio host criticized Trump on the air. He was fired mid-show, he says.


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