Mueller report details to be issued in ‘weeks, not months’: Justice Department

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General William Barr plans to issue a public version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election within “weeks, not...

Barr plans to issue Mueller report details within weeks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General William Barr plans to issue in a matter of weeks a public version of the special counsel’s report that found President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign team did not...

Trump administration calls for putting Americans back on moon by 2024

(Reuters) - U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, speaking on behalf of the Trump administration, announced on Tuesday an accelerated goal of putting Americans back on the moon within five years “by any means necessary,”...

U.S. expands abortion ‘gag rule,’ cuts funding to regional bloc: Pompeo

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration on Tuesday expanded its anti-abortion policies, cutting funding to the Organization of American States (OAS) and prohibiting the use of U.S. tax dollars to lobby for or against...

U.S. Supreme Court divided on partisan electoral maps

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday appeared divided along ideological lines again on whether the contentious practice of manipulating electoral district boundaries to entrench one party in power may violate the...

No plan yet for Barr to brief U.S. Congress on Mueller findings: sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department and FBI have yet to notify key congressional committees and leaders of any plan to brief them in detail on the findings of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s...

Ex-Trump campaign aide Papadopoulos says applied for pardon

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos, the first person charged in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, said on Tuesday his lawyers have applied for a pardon and that he...

Article 13: Memes exempt as EU backs controversial copyright law

Copyright laws which critics say could change the internet have been voted in by the European Parliament. The new rules, including the controversial Article 13, will hold tech firms responsible for material posted without copyright...

North Korea’s Madrid embassy intruder contacted FBI, judge says

The leader of 10 intruders who raided North Korea's embassy in Madrid last month contacted the FBI days later, a Spanish high court judge says. Adrian Hong Chang, a Mexican citizen who lives in the...

House Armed Services chairman denies $1 billion transfer for Trump wall

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives Armed Services Committee on Tuesday denied the Pentagon’s plan to shift $1 billion to build a wall on the U.S. border with Mexico, a move that...

Italy bus attack: Salvini approves hero’s citizenship

A boy who saved his classmates from an alleged school bus hijacker will be granted Italian citizenship, deputy PM Matteo Salvini has said. Ramy Shehata, 13, raised the alarm on his hidden phone...

Canada police make arrest in Chinese student abduction

Canadian police have made an arrest in the armed kidnapping investigation of a 22-year-old Chinese student. Three men grabbed Wanzhen Lu and forced him into a van in an underground car park in Markham,...

Hoax charges dropped against US actor

Media playback is unsupported on your device Jussie Smollett: "I have been truthful since day one" Prosecutors have dropped all charges against US actor Jussie Smollett for allegedly staging a racist and homophobic attack. The Empire star...

Jussie Smollett: Prosecutors drop all charges against actor

Media playback is unsupported on your device Jussie Smollett: "I have been truthful since day one" Prosecutors have dropped all charges against US actor Jussie Smollett for allegedly staging a racist and homophobic attack. The Empire star...

Brexit: MPs set out plan to consider alternatives to PM’s deal

MPs have set out details of their plan to consider other Brexit options, as Theresa May was warned more ministers could quit unless she changed course. The Commons will begin voting on alternatives on Wednesday,...

Sackler-owned Purdue Pharma settles opioid lawsuit for $270m

Purdue Pharma, the drug-maker owned by the billionaire Sackler family, has reached a $270m settlement in a lawsuit which claimed its opioids contributed to the deaths of thousands of people. As part of the deal,...

Murder at Pinewood Drive, Carapo

Police are currently in Carapo, where a 39-year-old man has been found dead. The man has been identified as Arnold Joseph. His body was found on Pinewood Drive, and sources told Newsday the man seemed...

Ryanair trolling of British Airways’ mistake backfires

A Ryanair attempt to make fun of British Airways on Twitter after a flight mistakenly went to Edinburgh instead of Düsseldorf has backfired. Ryanair's official Twitter account said it had a "present" for BA -...

Venezuela crisis: Day off as fresh power cuts shut down services

Venezuela's government has told workers and students to stay at home as the country faces a second day without electricity. Hospitals, public transport, water and other services have been affected. The capital, Caracas, was first...

Vatican women editors resign from women’s magazine

The all-women board on the Vatican women's magazine have resigned citing a campaign to discredit them and put them "under the direct control of men". Founder Lucetta Scaraffia said pressure on staff at Women Church...

Algeria army urges removal of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika

Algeria's army chief of staff has demanded President Abdelaziz Bouteflika be declared unfit to rule after weeks of protests against him. Speaking on television, Lt Gen Ahmed Gaed Salah said: "We must find a...

African migration: Five things we’ve learnt

More than one in three Africans have considered emigrating, researchers for Afrobarometer say. Their continent-wide survey also found that young and educated people were more likely than others to want to leave their home country. For...

Pope’s ring-kissing controversy not what it seems

How should you greet a pope? For centuries, it was Catholic tradition to kiss the papal foot. Nowadays, many faithful choose to bow and kiss the papal ring. Conservative Catholics, who routinely accuse the current...

Schools reopen after meningitis scare

Lynsley DoodhaiBOTH the Fifth Company Baptist Primary, Moruga, and the San Fernando East Secondary school re-opened its doors on Monday following last week's meningitis scare. However, the secondary school student remains at home, recuperating,...

Retired police officer robbed of shotgun

A 16-gauge shotgun belonging to a retired police inspector was reported stolen on Sunday afternoon when he could not find it after returning home from hunting. Police said the man went to the Guanapo forest...

To kiss pope’s hand – or not – enters the Catholic culture wars

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - - To kiss the ring on the pope’s hand or not to - that is the question. On Monday, when Pope Francis visited a Catholic shrine in Loreto, he repeatedly...

US school’s Alien play impresses Hollywood insiders

Skip Youtube post by Perfecto Cuervo Warning: Third party content may contain adverts Report End of Youtube post by Perfecto Cuervo Report A US high school's elaborate production of the 1979 science fiction film Alien has been praised by...

Why further violence on Gaza border would be bad for Netanyahu

How worried should we be by the current exchange of projectiles across the Gaza border? Quick answer - the longer an uneasy calm prevails the better. There had been fears we were on the verge...

Man shot by girlfriend’s ex

File photoA 27-year-old Arouca man was reportedly beaten and shot at by a former acquaintance of his girlfriend. Police said the man was hit behind his head while walking with his girlfriend along Ackbarali Street,...

People’s Vote £1m donor now believes second referendum will happen

Julian Dunkerton, the remain-supporting entrepreneur who donated £1m to the "People's Vote" campaign, has told Sky News he now thinks a second referendum will happen. Mr Dunkerton, co-founder of fashion chain Superdry, told Sky's Ian...

Petra Kvitova: Man who stabbed tennis star jailed for eight years

The man who stabbed tennis champion Petra Kvitova in her home in the Czech Republic has been sentenced to eight years in jail. Radim Zondra, 33, went to her flat in 2016 saying he needed...

‘I have been truthful’: Charges dropped against Empire actor

Charges have been dropped against Empire actor Jussie Smollett, who was accused of lying to police about a racist and homophobic attack. The actor, who is black and openly gay, was alleged to have hired...

Teen murder accused escapes YTC, found 2 years later

AN 18-year-old murder accused who escaped from the Youth Training Centre – now called the Youth Transformation and Rehabilitation Centre – two years ago is back in police custody. The teen was arrested on Thursday...

EU votes to stop moving clocks twice a year

The European Parliament has voted to stop moving clocks forward an hour in spring and back again in the autumn. Politicians passed the measure by 410 votes to 192 - meaning seasonal time shifts, which...

Police investigate murder in Arouca

File photoA 30-year-old Arouca man died from gunshot wounds in Jade Avenue Bon Air Gardens, Arouca, on Monday. Police said they received a call about gunfire in the area and when they arrived they saw...

Family finds elderly man a week after he died

File photoThe decomposing body of an elderly man was found by his two nephews almost a week after he died at a house in Belmont. Police said the man identified as Arthur or "Jim", was...

Yale revokes student’s admission over ‘$1.2m bribe’

Media playback is unsupported on your device How US university admissions are broken Yale University has revoked the admission of a student whose family is accused of spending $1.2m (£907,000) in a bribery scheme to ensure...

Locals start street patrols after Jodie Chesney murder

Locals from the borough where teenager Jodie Chesney was stabbed to death have launched their own patrol to take knives off the streets. Julia Lopez, the MP for the area, told parliament the community has...

Controversial changes to copyright laws approved by the EU

EU lawmakers have approved controversial changes to copyright legislation that some critics say could alter the nature of the internet. The Copyright Directive was approved by 348 MEPs, while 274 voted against and 36 abstained. The...

Indonesia theme park censors mermaid statues’ breasts

An Indonesian theme park has covered the bare breasts on two statues to respect "Eastern values". Ancol Dreamland in the capital city Jakarta placed golden chest wraps on the mermaid figures, which have been at...

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Kidnap survivor recounts harrowing taleWHY DO MY SON THIS?: Kazim Hosein, father of Shazam Hosein who was one of three men kidnapped, was yesterday asking why someone would want to harm his son. PHOTO...

Man jailed for robbing his relative

A WOMAN and her 14-year-old son were walking on Delhi Road Fyzabad last week Monday when villager Alvin Thomas and another man accosted them and announced a robbery. Thomas, who is a relative, stood guard...

Petra Kvitova’s attacker jailed for eight years

A man who attacked two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova in her home, stabbing her twice, has been jailed for eight years. Radim Zondra was convicted of serious bodily harm after the attack in Kvitova's Czech...

Boy crushed when fallen tree bounced back meets his rescuers

A boy who almost died when he was crushed by a tree in a freak accident has shared an emotional reunion with the emergency crews who saved his life. Connor Creagh was helping his grandparents...

Police response to NI disco deaths investigated

The police response to a disco crush that killed three teenagers in Northern Ireland has been referred to the police watchdog. The Police Ombudsman watchdog was notified after it emerged the first officers who arrived...

Opera singer ‘asked to change pro-EU dress’

An opera singer was asked to change her pro-EU dress at a Royal Albert Hall concert as the colours were deemed "too provocative", her husband has claimed. Soprano Anna Patalong was wearing a yellow ball...

DUP prefer long Brexit delay to PM’s deal – Sky sources

The DUP now consider a long extension to Brexit to be preferable to the prime minister's deal, Sky News understands. Some in the party believe if the prime minister is forced by MPs to...

Man who murdered coin enthusiast and stole his rare collection jailed

A coin collector who stabbed a fellow enthusiast to death and then stole his collection has been jailed for life. Danny Bostock broke into Gordon McGhee's flat and stabbed him at least 14 times when...

Algerian protesters keep up pressure on Bouteflika

ALGIERS (Reuters) - About 2,000 people rallied in central Algiers on Tuesday calling for the resignation of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, keeping up the pressure after weeks of protests that threaten to topple him and...

Urgent safety warning after toppled lorries crush cars on ferry

An urgent safety warning has been issued after lorries toppled over during a ferry crossing in rough seas. Nine lorries fell on to their sides and crushed several cars when the P&O-run European Causeway was...

Michelle Obama’s memoir Becoming sells 10 million copies

Michelle Obama's memoir is on course to become the most popular autobiography to date, according to its publisher. Becoming, first published just five months ago, has already sold more than 10 million copies, Bertelsmann said....

Call for talks on Tobago Carnival

A tourist from the cruise ship Ventura poses for a photo with a devil mas character during the launch of Tobago’s 2019 in Scarborough in January.Kwesi DesVignes, public relations officer of the People’s National...

European MPs vote to end summer time clock changes

The European Parliament has backed a proposal to stop the obligatory one-hour clock change which extends daylight hours in summer EU-wide. The proposal requires states to stop the twice-yearly clock change from 2021, and choose...

Body is that of missing girl, 17

THE body of a woman found in a ravine at Couva with chop and stab wounds on Saturday has been identified as that of missing 17-year-old girl Nekanya Mohamdally. The mother of Mohamdally who lived...

Duke: Govt wants to contract out Judiciary workers

PSA president Watson Duke PHOTO SUREASH CHOLAIPUBLIC Services Association president Watson Duke has accused Government of seeking to “contract-out” Judiciary workers and called on judges to join in daily protest action. He was speaking yesterday...

Royal Albert Hall singer asked to change ‘pro-EU’ dress

An opera singer was asked to change her EU flag themed dress for a concert at London's Royal Albert Hall. British soprano Anna Patalong sang in six performances of the Classical Spectacular concert from 21...

Benjamin: Children self-harming in TT alarming

Children Authority chairman Hanif Benjamin.CHILDREN’S Authority chairman Hanif Benjamin has described the issue of non-suicidal self-harm among children in this country as “alarming.” “It is something I don’t think we are paying a lot of...

England batsman furious after ‘mankad’ dismissal

England batsman Jos Buttler has reacted furiously after he was dismissed by a controversial "mankad" stumping for the second time in his career. Named after Indian bowler Vinoo Mankad, the dismissal, in which the bowler...

Warn children of dark social media

PSWA head calls on parentsAg ASP Michael Seales, President of the Police Service Social and Welfare Association. PRESIDENT of the Police Social and Welfare Association (PSWA) Ag ASP Michael Seales has called on parents...

Xi says cooperation is mainstream in China-Europe ties

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore PARIS (Reuters) - Cooperation is the mainstream in China-Europe relations, and even if there are differences and competition, it is benign competition, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday during a visit to Paris....

Macron calls on China and EU to strengthen multilateralism

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday said competition between the European Union and China must not lead to a breakdown in world trade systems or political isolationism, as his Chinese counterpart...

Netflix pilots $4 mobile plan in India to woo users

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore California-based Netflix currently offers three monthly plans in India, ranging from 500 rupees to 800 rupees, but those are still expensive compared with similar offerings from rivals. Amazon’s Prime service, which offers video streaming,...

Manet, Picasso and Cezanne works renamed after black models

Masterpieces by Manet, Picasso and Cezanne have been renamed after the overlooked black subjects featured in them for a new exhibition in Paris. The curators of Black Models: From Gericault to Matisse have identified...

Myanmar’s top court hears Reuters reporters’ appeal in official secrets case

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore Reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo have spent more than 15 months in detention since they were arrested in December 2017, while investigating a massacre of Rohingya Muslim civilians involving Myanmar soldiers. A...

UK lawmakers urge May to heed them on alternative Brexit plans

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore “I have always thought that no-deal is better than Mrs May’s deal. But Mrs May’s deal is better than not leaving at all,” Rees-Mogg said in a podcast. “I think it becomes the choice,...

Factbox: How might UK parliament’s ‘indicative votes’ on Brexit work?

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore They will take control of parliamentary time on Wednesday afternoon to hold so-called indicative votes on a variety of possible Brexit outcomes. The process by which the votes will take place is still to...

British tourist, 59, dies while snowboarding in Andorra

A British man has died while snowboarding in Andorra. The 59-year-old lost control and hit a tree, according to the Grandvalira ski resort in the Pyrenees mountains. The incident happened on the Avet slope, a black...

Mattel unveils BTS dolls to mixed response from K-Pop fans

US toymaker Mattel has unveiled a collection of BTS dolls and it is fair to say the response has been mixed. Fans of the K-Pop super group have set the internet aflame with fevered discussion...

Pakistan’s Khan fears conflict risk while India in election mode: FT

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore In an interview with the Financial Times on Tuesday, Khan said tensions were still high even after the crisis over a militant attack in the disputed region of Kashmir had eased with the release...

Ethiopian crash report likely to be released this week as Boeing briefs airlines

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore The aviation industry and grieving families of victims of the March 10 crash anxiously await details from the Ethiopia-led investigation. Boeing has come under intense scrutiny since the crash, the second in five months...

China not taking Boeing 737 Max 8 airworthiness certificate applications

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s civil aviation regulator has stopped taking applications for Boeing’s 737 Max 8 airworthiness certification since March 21, an official at the regulator’s news department said on Tuesday. China was the...

UK’s May expected to set resignation date on Wednesday: Sun newspaper

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to set a date for her resignation when she addresses Conservative lawmakers on Wednesday afternoon, the Sun’s political editor said on Tuesday. “The expectation...

Amid Brexit chaos, UK PM May to address Conservatives on Wednesday: lawmaker

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May will address a meeting of Conservative lawmakers in parliament on Wednesday, one of her lawmakers said on Tuesday, in a week when she lost control of the...

EU may extend Mediterranean mission but only for air patrols: draft

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union was weighing up a compromise over migration policy on Tuesday that would extend its patrols in the Mediterranean but without vessels to save people in the sea after...

Britons backing away from Brexit, but no safe bets: pollster

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore John Curtice, an academic who has been tracking voter intentions among more than 2,500 people since the 2016 Brexit vote, said recent polls showed that leaving the EU may not necessarily be the stance...

More than half of Indians satisfied with governance, Pew survey shows

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore Lack of employment opportunities is India’s biggest problem, said more than three-quarters of those polled, and that had not changed through most of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tenure, the survey found. The survey published...

Juncker reinforces call for trade reciprocity after meeting China’s Xi

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore PARIS (Reuters) - European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Tuesday reiterated a call for the region’s businesses to have more access to China’s domestic market. Speaking in Paris, Juncker said he wanted clearer reciprocity...

Monitor says Thai election campaign ‘heavily tilted’ to benefit junta

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha speaks during a news conference after a weekly cabinet meeting, after the general election, at Government House in Bangkok, Thailand, March 26, 2019. REUTERS/Athit PerawongmethaBut official results, including 150...

Town halls across Germany evacuated after threats: police

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore BERLIN (Reuters) - Town halls in several German cities were evacuated on Tuesday after threats, in some cases bomb threats, were received by email overnight, a number of police forces said. “A threat against...

UK House of Commons leader Leadsom to make statement to parliament on Tuesday: office

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore LONDON (Reuters) - Andrea Leadsom, who is in charge of the British government’s business in parliament, will make a statement to lawmakers on Tuesday, her office said on Twitter. A business statement is used...

Do you live in one of the happiest places in the UK?

Winchester has topped the list of happiest places in the UK, according to a study commissioned by Royal Mail. The index is based on life expectancy, earnings, inequality, carbon emissions, crime, deprivation and access to...

Around 1.85 mln people affected by cyclone in Mozambique -UN

BEIRA, Mozambique (Reuters) - About 1.85 million people have now been affected by Cyclone Idai and its aftermath in Mozambique alone, U.N. humanitarian agency OCHA said on Tuesday, as aid workers raced to fathom...

Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd agrees to return to UK

Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd has agreed to be extradited back to the UK. Shepherd, 31, went on the run as he faced trial over the death of Charlotte Brown, 24, on a champagne-fuelled first date...

Cyclone Idai kills 686, displaces hundreds of thousands

BEIRA, Mozambique (Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of people are in need of food, water and shelter after Cyclone Idai battered Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. As of Tuesday, at least 686 people had been...

Stolen Picasso portrait of Dora Maar found after 20 years

A Dutchman known as the "Indiana Jones of the art world" has found a Picasso painting that was stolen 20 years ago. Arthur Brand says the portrait was circulated in the Dutch criminal underworld for...

Spacesuit gaffe forces NASA to cancel giant leap for womankind

NASA has cancelled plans for the first all-female spacewalk aboard the International Space Station because of a shortage of appropriate spacesuits. Christina Koch and Anne McClain were due to embark on the historic assignment on...

Four questioned after teenage girl found dead in car outside hospital

Four men have been questioned over the death of a teenage girl whose body was found in a car. Police believe Tara Wright had been injured in a single-car collision involving a silver Mercedes on...

Ancient royal document from 819 years ago found in cardboard box

An original royal charter from the reign of England's King John has been found in a cardboard box. The document, which was discovered by accident, carries the seal of the medieval monarch and was issued...

Fart bullying case: Engineer contests A$1.8m court ruling

A worker in Australia who claims his ex-supervisor repeatedly broke wind at him has appealed against a court ruling that found he was not bullied. David Hingst said his former colleague Greg Short would "lift...

Venezuela crisis: Fresh power cuts black out Caracas

A second major power cut in just a few hours has plunged the Venezuelan capital Caracas into darkness again, with other regions also affected. It came after a four-hour blackout on Monday which the...

Nirav Modi: Billionaire’s art to be auctioned

Sixty-eight pieces of art owned by Indian billionaire Nirav Modi are set to go under auction in the western city of Mumbai. The diamond trader, whose jewellery has been worn by the likes of...

Nasa’s first all-female spacewalk scrapped over spacesuit sizes

A planned first all-female spacewalk has been cancelled because of spacesuit issues, US space agency Nasa says. Anne McClain and Christina Koch had been scheduled to install lithium-ion batteries at the International Space Station (ISS)...

Bongo back in Gabon after five-month medical leave to treat stroke

LIBREVILLE (Reuters) - President Ali Bongo, who suffered a stroke in October, has returned to Gabon following medical leave in Morocco, a source at the presidency told Reuters on Monday. Secrecy surrounding the state...

Algerian president Bouteflika sacks state television head- Ennahar TV

ALGIERS (Reuters) - Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, facing mass protests against his 20-year rule, sacked the head of the state television, private Ennahar TV channel reported on Monday. Lotfi Chriet replaced Toufik Khelladi, Ennahar...

TTUTA: Failure to pay allowances could affect SEA

SCHOOL supervisors have not been paid their motor vehicle upkeep and travelling allowances since September, according to the TT Unified Teachers’ Association (TTUTA). In light of this, TTUTA is warning the Ministry of Education that...

Israel, Hamas trade blows as Gaza tensions simmer

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore After a day of intense cross-border fighting, Palestinian officials said Egypt had mediated a truce late on Monday. The respite didn’t last long, however. Rocket sirens continued sounding in Israeli towns near the border,...

Unpredictable election makes Ukraine’s friends wary

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore The election due on Sunday has boiled down to a three-horse race between President Petro Poroshenko, former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko and Volodymyr Zelenskiy, a comedian who plays a fictional president in a popular...

Thailand election: Evidence of ‘irregularities’ says ex-PM Thaksin

Media playback is unsupported on your device Former Thai PM Thaksin says he is concerned about the election Thailand's former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has alleged that the election on Sunday was plagued with "irregularities". Mr Thaksin,...

Big UK firms face calls to tackle ‘corporate greed’ and cap executive pay

The UK's biggest companies are facing pressure to impose caps on bosses' pay as part of recommendations to tackle "corporate greed". The report by the business, energy and industrial strategy committee of MPs highlighted "huge...

Shakespeare’s birthplace mirrors a scepter’d isle riven by Brexit discontent

MarketsWorldPoliticsTVMore A sign with the image of writer William Shakespeare hangs from Stratford Guildhall in the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon, Britain, March 22, 2019. Picture taken March 22, 2019. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls“The problem then is: who steps...

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