Diplomats Evacuated From Sudan, but Tens of Thousands of Foreigners Remain
By John Hudson, Katharine Houreld & Annabelle Timsit | The Washington Post
More foreign powers evacuated diplomatic staff from Sudan on Sunday despite continued fighting between the Sudanese army and paramilitary forces in the capital, Khartoum, that has trapped millions of civilians on the front line.
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A Chinese Ambassador’s Comments on Ex-Soviet States Draw Ire
By Steven Erlanger & David Pierson | The New York Times
France summoned the Chinese ambassador to Paris, Lu Shaye, on Monday to explain his controversial remarks on French television questioning the sovereignty of post-Soviet nations. The Baltic States, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, said that they would also send for China’s envoys to the three countries to discuss the matter.
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