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Not the time to apologize for the Balfour blunder, Burundi’s departure from the ICC might have a ripple effect, It is time to cut off aid to Burundi, The Mueller investigation sends a ‘sour signal’ to the world, Why I’ll no longer watch ‘House of Cards’

A roundup of global commentary for the Nov. 13, 2017 weekly magazine. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

Ed Westwick: Under Police Investigation for Rape

The Los Angeles Police Department has opened an investigation into Ed Westwick. Specifically, the Los Angeles Police Department has opened an investigation into Ed Westwick in relation to accusations against the actor of rape. These troubling charges were leveled against the ex-Gossip Girl star by actress Kristina Cohen, who shared a lengthy Facebook post on Monday. In(…)

First Charges Filed in Robert Mueller Investigation

The first charges have been filed in Robert Mueller‘s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Donald Trump's Family: His Kids, Grandkids, Wives and More CNN reports that a grand jury in Washington D.C. approved the first charges, which are still sealed under orders from a federal judge. It’s unclear what the charges(…)

Harvey Weinstein Under LAPD Investigation After Rape Allegation

Harvey Weinstein is under investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department after an Italian model-actress accused him of rape. Stars Speak Out Against Harvey Weinstein Amid Sexual Misconduct Scandal “#LAPD Robbery Homicide Div has interviewed a potential sexual assault victim involving Harvey Weinstein in 2013. Investigation ongoing,” the LAPD tweeted on Thursday, October 19, and(…)

Ex-‘Shahs of Sunset’ Star Sammy Younai Cleared in Extortion Investigation Over Sex Contract Dispute

Ex-“Shahs of Sunset” star Sammy Younai had a sex contract all drawn up but then got pissed when his mattress got pissed on, and his reaction triggered an extortion investigation. Sources close to the case tell TMZ … Sammy was recently dating… TMZ.com

FBI head nominee Wray pledges he would resign before improperly dropping an investigation – Washington Post

Washington Post FBI head nominee Wray pledges he would resign before improperly dropping an investigationWashington PostChristopher A. Wray, President Trump's nominee to head the FBI, told Congress Wednesday that if the president tried improperly to get him to drop an investigation, he would first try to talk him out of it — and if that(…)

Egos are a problem in international relations, Coverage of Finsbury mosque attack was a rarity, Why American voters don’t care about the Russia investigation, The world must act against the root cause of global famine, A Catch-22 for Australia’s refugees

A roundup of global commentary for the June 26, 2017, weekly magazine. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories