WPR Top 10 Oct. 14-20

First of all, apologies to those who visited WPR yesterday and this morning looking for new articles and came up empty. After a brief editorial respite that was unintentionally prolonged yesterday by a number of factors, including key staff trapped by so-called “weather delays” at one of our nations’ many overburdened airports, we’re happy to say that the editorial week is belatedly under way today. So, in the spirit of transition from one week to the next, now is an appropriate time highlight the top 10 most-read articles on WPR during the week of Oct. 14-20: 1. Iran, Sanctions and […]

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