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After the Trump-Putin meeting the world order is in for a shake-up, Trump is not Putin’s puppet, There’s still time to reverse the embrace of genome editing, Trade wars are not ‘good’ or ‘easy to win’, Djokovic found his way out of the sporting wilderness

Arab News / Riyadh, Saudi ArabiaAfter Trump-Putin meeting, the world order is in for a shake-up

“The press conference following the Donald Trump-Vladimir Putin summit in Helsinki was easily the most unusual one any US president has given since World War II...,” writes Cornelia Meyer. “After lambasting his allies and even putting the EU on top of a list of foes, Trump gave in to Putin.... One could

Al Jazeera / Doha, QatarNo, Trump is not Putin’s puppetThe Guardian / LondonThere’s still time to reverse the embrace of genome editingSouth China Morning Post / Hong KongTrade wars are not ‘good’ or ‘easy to win’The Hindu / Chennai, IndiaDjokovic found his way out of the cruel sporting wilderness

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