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Good Morning it’s Tuesday, 10 April 2018 and this is the AM Edition of The Nightshift.
Names, events and places for today:
Today is National Siblings Day. Be nice to your brother or sister today.
Don’t forget to take advantage of our monthly playlist, compiled by Nightshift music editor/DJ Miles Geauxbye. Just click the April Tunes playlist link and you’ll be dialed right into the soundtrack. This month’s list is 3 hours and change long, so enjoy.
The front pages (and sometimes more) of the world’s great English language newspapers are linked below. The International Headlines are all at your fingertips, below. As always, thanks for dropping by. We have added the English language feed of Agence France-Presse to the news index along with the McClatchy DC News Bureau. Also new: the UPI international news feed and Xinhua, a newsfeed focusing on China, Asia, and the Pacific.
The Front Page Links
The Times (London
Financial Times (UK)
The Irish Times (Dublin, Ireland)
The Wall Street Journal (European edition)
Washington Post (Washington, D.C.)
New York Times (New York)
The Boston Globe (Boston)
The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles)
Daily News Egypt (Cairo)
South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)
The Moscow Times (Moscow)
Le Figaro (Paris)
Bloomberg.com (New York)
The Jerusalem Post (Jerusalem)
The Japanese Times (Tokyo)
The Local (Oslo)
The Buenas Aires Herald (Buenas Aires)
The Sidney Morning Herald (Sidney)
Deadline Hollywood (Hollywood)
FiveThirtyEight (New York City)
Politico (Washington, DC)
Lawfareblog (Washington, DC)
Wired (San Francisco, CA)
The Weather Channel
CNN News Text Site
McClatchy DC Bureau
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