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SitRep: Trump Jerusalem Decision Sparks Day of Rage Across ... - Foreign Policy (blog)

Foreign Policy (blog)

SitRep: Trump Jerusalem Decision Sparks Day of Rage Across ...
Foreign Policy (blog)
Happy temporary government funding day! The United States Congress, doing the minimum required to claim it is doing its job, passed a stopgap spending bill Thursday to keep the government open through December 22. The Republican-controlled House and ...

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Trump Trades Jerusalem Triumph For Hanukkah Clich?s At White House Party - Forward

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Trump Trades Jerusalem Triumph For Hanukkah Clich?s At White House Party
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Donald and Melania Trump at a Hannukah reception at the White House on Thursday evening. Share. Facebook · Twitter · Pinterest; Email. (JTA) ? President Donald Trump celebrated his recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital at the White House ...

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The Middle East's Biggest Mystery: Who Paid $450 Million for a Second-Rate Leonardo? - Slate Magazine

The Middle East's Biggest Mystery: Who Paid $450 Million for a Second-Rate Leonardo?
Slate Magazine
While the stakes are mercifully lower than those of other ongoing controversies in the Middle East, the mystery this week about the true buyer of the most expensive painting ever sold is truly fascinating. Last month, a painting of Jesus Christ called ...

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#MeToo, Say Domestic Workers in the Middle East | Human Rights ... - Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch

#MeToo, Say Domestic Workers in the Middle East | Human Rights ...
Human Rights Watch
I started ironing clothes and he started pulling me to try and rape me. I was lucky the younger brother came back and rang the doorbell?he then left,? 21-year-old ?Basma N.,? (not her real name) told me. In February in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania's ...

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#MeToo, Say Domestic Workers in the Middle East - Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch

#MeToo, Say Domestic Workers in the Middle East
Human Rights Watch
The Middle East's Gulf region has an estimated 2.4 million migrant domestic workers, most from Asia and Africa. They fall under the abusive kafala (visa-sponsorship) system, not allowed to leave or change employers without their initial employer's ...

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