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- Bloomberg Politics - Modou Joof
Gambian lawmakers have passed two new bills that could see former dictator Yahya Jammeh tried locally for crimes committed during his 22-year rule of the West African country.
- Bloomberg Politics - Ben Westcott
Australia’s domestic intelligence chief warned that artificial intelligence is likely to dramatically improve the capabilities of the nation’s enemies — resulting in increased espionage, disinformation and radicalization.
- Bloomberg Politics - Patricia Hurtado, Hadriana Lowenkron
Donald Trump will likely be found in contempt of court for his social media posts that may violate a gag order as the New York judge overseeing his hush-money case characterized arguments by the former president’s lawyer as “silly.”
- Bloomberg Politics - Simone Iglesias
Brazil President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva cheered the Venezuelan opposition’s decision to unite behind a single candidate, saying that it will set the stage for a potentially legitimate election in the beleaguered nation led by Nicolas Maduro.
- Bloomberg Politics - Okech Francis
The United Nations suspended some of its humanitarian relief in South Sudan after the government blocked fuel imports needed to keep operations going.
- Bloomberg Politics - David Voreacos, Patricia Hurtado, Hadriana Lowenkron
The former head of the company that owned the National Enquirer told a New York jury about how he killed stories about Donald Trump’s extramarital affairs to boost his 2016 presidential campaign.
- Bloomberg Politics - Skylar Woodhouse, Michelle Jamrisko
President Joe Biden urged voters to punish Donald Trump in November for a wave of abortion restrictions, assailing a six-week ban set to take effect in his rival’s home state of Florida.
- Bloomberg Politics - John Liu, Jing Li, Misha Savic, Rebecca Choong Wilkins
President Xi Jinping is expected to visit Belgrade around the 25th anniversary of the deadly US bombing of the city’s Chinese embassy, spotlighting an event that sparked anti-US protests at home and helped seed Beijing’s mistrust of NATO.
- Bloomberg Politics - Stephanie Hughes
A prominent Canadian technology investor joined the chorus of Canadian businesses criticizing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision to raise the capital-gains tax, arguing it will cause capital flight from the country.
- Bloomberg Politics - Airielle Lowe
Incumbent Brian Fitzpatrick won the Republican primary for the US House seat in Pennsylvania’s 1st Congressional District in the Philadelphia suburbs, AP said.
- Bloomberg Politics - Anthony Capaccio
The White House is set to announce $1 billion in fresh military aid for Ukraine including 155mm artillery shells and air-defense munitions, two administration officials said, as the US looks to act quickly once a long-delayed supplemental funding request becomes law.
- Bloomberg Politics - Gerson Freitas Jr
Canada’s antitrust watchdog raised concerns about Bunge Ltd.’s proposed acquisition of Viterra Inc., saying it will have “substantial anti-competitive effects” on the country’s agricultural markets.
- Bloomberg Politics - Martha Viotti Beck
Brazil’s tax collection lost steam according to official data published Tuesday, an ominous sign for government efforts to hit a budget target that’s closely watched by investors.
- Bloomberg Politics - Gaspard Sebag, William Horobin
Emmanuel Macron aims to slash layers of red tape that are holding back French businesses as his presidency faces growing economic headwinds.
- Bloomberg Politics - Janet Lorin, Katrina Compoli, Mark Schoifet
Columbia, Yale Get Tough on Pro-Palestinian Protesters
For the students, it was the ultimate betrayal: Their university had called in the cops to arrest them for what they believed was a righteous protest on campus.
- Bloomberg Politics - Michael Nienaber, Arno Schuetze
Siemens AG Chief Executive Officer Roland Busch added his voice to calls for Germany to loosen borrowing restrictions to help fund investments in the transformation of Europe’s biggest economy.
- Bloomberg Politics - Erik Wasson, Steven T. Dennis
The Senate advanced a $95 billion emergency aid package for Ukraine and other besieged US allies, putting the bill on track for final congressional approval.
- Bloomberg Politics - Philip Heijmans

Tensions are soaring, but Southeast Asian nations are struggling to push back on Beijing’s contested claims and tap the energy resources their growing economies need. 

- Bloomberg Politics - Anthony Capaccio, Jennifer Jacobs
This is Washington Edition, the newsletter about money, power and politics in the nation’s capital. Today, Pentagon correspondent Tony Capaccio and White House senior reporter Jennifer Jacobs detail what’s holding up the new presidential helicopters. Sign up here and follow us at @bpolitics. Email our editors here.
- Bloomberg Politics - Airielle Lowe
Trump-backed former Bridgewater Associates chief executive officer Dave McCormick won the Republican Primary for the US Senate seat in Pennsylvania, AP projected.
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