Author archive for Elijah James Logan

  • Polish government backs away from disputed Holocaust law

    Poland’s nationalist-conservative ruling party backed away Wednesday from a controversial Holocaust speech law, with the prime minister introducing a new…

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  • Louvre Abu Dhabi to put ‘Salvator Mundi’ on display Sept. 18

    The Louvre Abu Dhabi will put Leonardo da Vinci’s painting “Salvator Mundi” on display from Sept. 18. Abu Dhabi’s Department…

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  • UN’s highest court begins hearing Qatar lawsuit against UAE

    The United Nations’ highest court on Wednesday began hearing a lawsuit by Qatar accusing the United Arab Emirates of “discrimination…

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  • US envoy Haley sees opportunities for expanded India-US ties

    U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley says she sees opportunities in developing stronger ties with India in multiple…

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  • Global markets lower as trade concerns linger

    Global markets were lower on Wednesday, with Chinese stocks leading the declines as jitters over trade conflicts between the world’s…

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  • Shelter chief says he’s ‘ready now’ for migrant reunions

    The chief executive of the nation’s largest shelters for migrant youths says he’s “ready now” to start reuniting hundreds of…

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  • At The World Cup, A Double Shutout Where Both Teams Won — And Lost

    At the World Cup in Russia, it finally happened. It took a record 37 matches, but Tuesday at Luzhniki Stadium…

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  • Who Is Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez?

    In a stunning primary upset, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — a young socialist activist, woman of color and political newcomer – has…

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  • Mitt Romney rolls to easy win in GOP primary for Utah Senate

    Flashing his trademark smile and touting a patched-up relationship with the president, Mitt Romney rolled through the Republican primary in…

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  • Primary Takeaways: A liberal newcomer ousts top Dem leader

    An ambitious senior Democrat in the House lost his job Tuesday in a stunning primary upset. Mitt Romney moved closer…

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