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The US and its allies knocked Russia off balance, Pleading for a de-escalation of the US-China trade war, The jailing of ‘Lula’ reveals unequal treatment of corrupt politicians, US postwar management of Iraq has been a disaster, Learn from life mistakes

Deutsche Welle / Bonn, GermanyThe US and its allies knocked Russia off balance

“It was anything but dull in the Security Council on [April 9], when Russian UN Ambassador Vasily Nebenzya faced off with his US and UK counterparts, Nikki Haley and Karen Pierce, respectively...,” writes Konstantin Eggert. “The United States and its EU allies pummeled Nebenzya with ... rhetorical abandon.... The drama at the United Nations

Jamaica Observer / Kingston, JamaicaPleading for a de-escalation of the US-China trade warAl Jazeera / Doha, QatarThe jailing of Brazil’s ‘Lula’ reveals unequal treatment of corrupt politiciansThe Hindu / Chennai, IndiaUS postwar management of Iraq has been a disaster The Guardian / Lagos, NigeriaLearn from, don’t rue, life mistakes

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