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Angela Merkel holds farewell talks with Turkey's long-serving leader
Angela Merkel's final visit to Turkey as German chancellor saw two of Europe's longest serving leaders pay tribute to one another as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan hosted her for farewell talks overlooking the Bosporus.
Opinion | James Bond Has No Time for China
The final James Bond outing for Daniel Craig, "No Time to Die," also marks a notable milestone for Bondian geopolitics: The franchise just completed a five-movie arc with a single lead actor, and amid all the globe-trotting and intrigue you would barely know that China existed.
Turkey's Erdogan bids farewell to Merkel after 16 years
ISTANBUL - Angela Merkel's final visit to Turkey as German chancellor on Saturday saw two of Europe's longest serving leaders pay tribute to one another as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan hosted her for farewell talks overlooking the Bosporus.
Turkey's Erdogan bids farewell to Merkel after 16 years
Angela Merkel's final visit to Turkey as German chancellor on Saturday saw two of Europe's longest serving leaders pay tribute to one another as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan hosted her for farewell talks overlooking the Bosporus.
Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds exhibit comes to LA's Skirball Center
Back in 2016, the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) in Seattle unveiled an immersive new exhibit, Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds, in its Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame-a tribute to the hugely influential long-running franchise.
Dining across the divide: 'I was expecting someone more confrontational, but he was so sweet'
Occupation CEO of an AI company
Voting record Labour, Liberal, Green
Newsom Signs Plenty of Bills - But What Makes Him Kill One? | KQED
In year one, he used the routine to demonstrate differences from his predecessor, signing dozens of bills that Jerry Brown had vetoed - but also vetoing a greater proportion of bills than Brown typically did.
Mr Abbott goes to Taiwan: an unofficial message of Australian solidarity?
It was a week of sound and fury signifying Beijing was seriously unimpressed with Tony Abbott's trip to Taiwan where he delivered two high-profile addresses to a regional forum.
A Year Later, a Schoolteacher's Beheading Still Haunts France
The killing of Samuel Paty by an 18-year-old Chechen refugee intensified debate over security and immigration, and prompted intense scrutiny of the French secular model.
The ALCS and NLCS Are Setting Up to Be Wildly Different Affairs
Not much distinguishes the National and American Leagues anymore.