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China expels American journalists as spat with US escalates

China denounced the newspaper's column as racist and, after the newspaper declined to apologize, revoked the visas of the three reporters in Beijing.

By REUTERS
18/03/2020

Jeff Bezos pledges $10b. to climate change fight

"We applaud Jeff Bezos' philanthropy, but one hand cannot give what the other is taking away," activist group Amazon Employees for Climate Justice said on Twitter.

By REUTERS
18/02/2020

My Word: Bury Baghdadi, not his crimes

Baghdadi’s death, while an important milestone, is unlikely to put an end to global jihad, just as Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda terrorist organization continued in different forms even after his death.

A man purported to be the reclusive leader of the militant Islamic State Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Naming terrorism

The death of Baghdadi, while significant, does not mean the end of the global jihad he led.

Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) speaks after the senate voted on a resolution ending U.S. military sup

Bernie Sanders accuses Washington Post of being biased against him

During a stump speech in New Hampshire, the Vermont Jewish senator railed against the online megastore and Bezos, who bought the Post in 2013.

By SAM SOKOL/JTA
14/08/2019
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) speaks after the senate voted on a resolution ending U.S. military sup

Bernie Sanders’ campaign organizers complain of “poverty wages”

Campaign workers have demanded an annual salary equivalent to a $15-an-hour wage, which Sanders, a Democratic Socialist, for years has said should be the federal minimum, the Washington Post reported

By CAANAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
21/07/2019

Turkey accuses ‘Washington Post’ of “terrorist propaganda”

The newspaper has been critiqued in the past for publishing an oped by the head of the Houthi rebel group, a group that openly espouses antisemitism.

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