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Myanmar genocide needs international response, US-Mexico trade negotiations leave Canada on edge, Why the EU needs a diversity shake-up, Why Trump’s nod to white supremacist voices hurts them, Considering Korean negotiations in light of US diplomacy

The Daily Star / Dhaka, BangladeshGenocide in Myanmar requires an international response

“We thank the [United Nations] for exercising due diligence by issuing the strongest condemnation to date of the Myanmar military...,” states an editorial. “The complicity of both the Myanmar military and civilian government in the gross human rights violations of Rohingyas is something the world already knew, but the genocidal regime has

The Globe and Mail / TorontoExclusive US-Mexico trade negotiations leave Canada on edgeEUObserver / BrusselsWhy the EU needs a diversity shake-upAl Jazeera / Doha, QatarTrump’s endorsement of white supremacists hurts more than helpsKorea JoongAng Daily / Seoul, South KoreaConsidering North and South Korea negotiations in light of US diplomatic efforts

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