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|Migrant children: Trump promises to 'keep families together'|
The Department of Homeland Security has reportedly drafted an executive order to curb the policy.
|Migrant children: Former migrant shelter worker on why he quit|
Former US youth migrant shelter worker Antar tells the BBC why he quit his job last week.
|Hungary passes 'Stop Soros' law banning help for migrants|
Under the new so-called "Stop Soros" law, anyone who helps asylum seekers faces a year in jail.
|World Cup 2018: Russian media mock 'husband-hunters'|
Burger King offering a reward to women who get pregnant by players adds to wave of sexism.
|Baghdad mall sorry for turning away orphans at Eid|
The children were supposed to eat at a restaurant in the mall but were denied entry.
|Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s Prime Minister, Is Expected to Have Her Baby Soon|
Ms. Ardern was taken to an Auckland hospital, where she was expected to give birth to her first child, a rarity for a world leader.
|Britain Holds Up China Aerospace Deal Over National Security|
In delaying the proposed takeover, British officials appear worried that even a small supplier to Airbus and Boeing could have national security implications.
|Taliban Kill Dozens of Afghan Soldiers, as Cease-Fires Give Way to Violence|
At least 30 Afghan soldiers were killed in a Taliban attack, officials said, indicating the start of a bloody period after the end of cease-fires by both sides.
|As Kim Ends Beijing Visit, China and North Korea Craft New Messages|
The Chinese state media portrayed Kim Jong-un as a forward-looking leader, and the North Korean propaganda machine struck a newly conciliatory tone.
|Where a Taboo Is Leading to the Deaths of Young Girls|
In western Nepal, women are banished from their homes every month when they get their periods. They are considered polluted, and many die as a result.
The International Herold Tribune - Asia & Pacific
|Eritrea to Send Delegation to Ethiopia for Peace Talks|
Eritrea, one of the world’s most closed-off nations, made the announcement after Ethiopia said it would fully accept the terms of 2000 peace accord.
|ScienceTake: The Elephant’s Superb Nose|
Elephants’ trunks are not only large and strong, they house one of the best mammalian smelling systems.
|Global Health: The Man Who (Almost) Wiped Out the Guinea Worms|
Dr. Ernesto Ruiz-Tiben has saved tens of millions of people from painful parasitic infections.
|Global Health: Nearly Eradicated in Humans, the Guinea Worm Finds New Victims: Dogs|
For 30 years, scientists have fought to eliminate a horrifying parasite. Suddenly, it has begun infecting dogs in Chad, threatening to undo decades of progress.
|At War: There’s Been a Global Increase in Armed Groups. Can They Be Restrained?|
A rise in armed groups around the world has forced organizations to reconsider how they promote respect for humanitarian law.
International Herold Tribune - Africa & Middle East
|Trump Plans Executive Order to Allow Detaining Families Together Indefinitely|
It is unclear how Mr. Trump intends to claim the legal authority to violate what have been legal constraints on the proper treatment of children in government custody.
|Where Trump’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ Immigration Policy Began|
Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama both increased enforcement on the U.S.-Mexico border. Here is how their approaches differed from the Trump administration.
|On Mexico’s Migrant Trail: Confusion and Tough Choices|
As word of the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy reached migrants, some reconsidered their trips but others pressed on amid the possibility of a policy change.
|Kirstjen Nielsen Was a Target of Trump’s Immigration Ire. Now She’s His Protector.|
The homeland security secretary has become a top advocate for President Trump’s family separation policy as illegal border crossings continue to surge.
|Walmart ‘Surprised’ Old Store Is a Migrant Shelter. Records Hinted at the Possibility.|
An executive at the giant retailer signed a document that indicated the property was being purchased with a loan from a large shelter operator.
The New York Times
|How Amazon Became One of Washington's Most Powerful Players|
The company has built a huge presence in the nation’s capital, spending millions to build an army of lobbyists for its multiple businesses and winning billions in contracts from the government. With that comes with political risk, not least from the White House.
The Wallstreet Journal
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