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NewsUnited States
Blinken Meets Xi as China and the U.S. Try to Manage Tensions

By Edward Wong and David Pierson | The New York Times

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken met with Xi Jinping, China’s leader, on Monday in Beijing, as the two governments sought to pull relations out of a deep freeze that has raised global concerns about the growing risk of a conflict between them.

NewsMiddle East & North Africa
Benjamin Netanyahu Pledges to Restart Israel’s Judicial Overhaul

By James Shotter | Financial Times

Benjamin Netanyahu has said he will move ahead “this week” with a bitterly contested overhaul of Israel’s judiciary, after compromise talks with opposition politicians faltered.

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