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Trump rallies supporters in Mississippi after House impeachment probe vote, ahead of tight governor’s race
President Trump rallied supporters in Tupelo, Miss., on Friday night in a bid to shore up Republican support ahead of the state’s tightest gubernatorial race in nearly a generation. (Fox News)
Indonesian man lashed for breaking adultery law he helped draft
An Indonesian man who is a member of a group that helped draft harsh adultery laws was publicly whipped Thursday after he was caught having an affair with a married woman.
Mukhlis bin Muhammad, 46, an Aceh Ulema Council (MPU) member from the Aceh region, was lashed 28 times in the provincial capital of Banda Aceh. (Fox News)
Protests in Lebanon toppled two governments in three days, but the fight is only beginning
For weeks, loud and angry demands reverberated across Iraq and Lebanon, rattling their political leadership. Elites publicly acknowledged the popular indictment against them, and serious political concessions appeared inevitable. It signaled a shaking up of the powers that be that would’ve been unimaginable even a month ago. (CNN)
Nancy Pelosi just identified the biggest risk for Democrats on impeachment
In a Friday interview with Bloomberg, Speaker Nancy Pelosi perfectly diagnosed the biggest danger for Democrats posed by the ongoing impeachment inquiry.
“There is — I should say — a mountain of concerns to be brought up,” Pelosi said. But she went on to add that there is a danger of overwhelming the public with charges and details (CNN)
China’s top political body met in secret and issued an ominous message to Hong Kong
One of the most secretive events on the Chinese political calendar ended this week with a communique that acknowledged “increasing challenges” but provided few clues as to how Beijing will address them. (CNN)
4 Killed, Several Injured in Shooting at Airbnb Halloween Party in California. Here’s What to Know
Four people have been killed and several others injured in a mass shooting at a Halloween party at an Airbnb rental attended by college students in northern California. (Time Magazine)
Brexit having a negative impact on 54% of Japanese companies in U.K., survey shows
About 54 percent of Japanese companies with operations in the United Kingdom have been negatively impacted by the country’s planned exit from the European Union, up 28.7 percentage points from a year ago, a recent survey showed. ( The Japan Times)
Boris Johnson faces threat of Brexit party battle in every seat in UK general election in Decmber
Johnson faces the threat of battling against the Brexit party for leave votes in every seat across Britain, after Nigel Farage gave the prime minister a two-week deadline to drop his Brexit deal. (The Guardian)
Nasrallah on bid to down IDF drone: We will purge Lebanon’s skies of Israeli violations
Hezbollah leader says Lebanese economic protests will not deter action against Israel, day after anti-aircraft missile fired at IDF drone, says new government must listen to demands of people who took to streets, triggering Hariri resignation. (Ynet)