Al Jazeera looks at the rejection of political Islam by Tunisia’s Ennahda party.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation notes the ambition of Zambia to become a major food-exporting country.
Bloomberg notes the negative impact of booming immigration on the New Zealand economy, observes Ireland’s efforts to attract financial jobs from London-based companies worried by Brxit, reports on the elimination of Brazil’s sovereign wealth fund, and notes a lawsuit lodged by Huawei against Samsung over royalties.
Bloomberg View notes that Russia can at least find domestic investors, and worries about the politicization of the Israeli military.
CBC reports on the Syrian refugee who has become a popular barber in Newfoundland’s Corner Brooks, notes the sad news of Gord Downie’s cancer, and wonders what will happen to Venezuela.
Daily Xtrawrites about the need for explicit protection of trans rights in Canadian human rights codes.
MacLean’snotes Uber’s struggles to remain in Québec.
National Geographicnotes Brazilian efforts to protect an Amazonian tribe.
The National Postreports about Trudeau’s taking a day off on his Japan trip to spend time with his wife there.
Open Democracy wonders what will become of the SNP in a changing Scotland.
Bloomberg looks at the restarting of northern Alberta oil, looks at the deterioration in Sino-Taiwanese relations, reports on how Norway is using oil money to buffer its economic shocks, and suggests low ECB rates might contribute to a property boom in Germany.
Bloomberg View notes the idea of a third party in the US, one on the right to counter Trump, will go nowhere.
The CBC notes the settlement of a residential school case in Newfoundland and Labrador and predicts a terrible fire season.
The Globe and Mail‘ Kate Taylor considers Canadian content rules in the 21st century.
The Inter Press Service notes that planned Kenyan closures of Somali refugee camps will have terrible results.
National Geographiclooks at the scourge that is Pablo Escobar’s herd of hippos in Colombia.
The National Postnotes VIA Rail’s existential need for more funding and reports on Jean Chrétien’s support of decriminalizing marijuana.
Open Democracy looks at controversies over Victory Day in Georgia, and notes the general impoverishment of Venezuela.
Vicelooks at new, accurate dinosaur toys, feathers and all.
Wiredexplains why Israel alone of America’s clients can customize F-35s.
Bloomberg notes Petrobras’ dismissal of rumours it is threatened by the impeachment, observes that many Europeans expect a chain reaction of departures if the United Kingdom leaves, notes that a return to high economic growth in Israel will require including the Palestinian minority, and looks at Panamanian efforts to convince the world that the country is not a tax haven.
The Globe and Mailremembers Mi’kMaq teacher Elsie Basque, and looks at how Mongolia is trying to adapt to the new economy.
Al Jazeera and MacLean’s note that the deportation of migrants from Greece to Turkey, in keeping with the EU-Turkey deal, has begun.
Bloomberg notes the impending publication of data on foreign workers in the United Kingdom while observing that British companies are concerned about Brexit.
Bloomberg reports on the problematic Israeli housing market, the risk of a real estate bubble in Tokyo, notes Sri Lanka’s interest in getting universal WiFi, suggests Chinese coal exports could doom Appalachia, observes the collapse of Lithuania’s trade with Russia, notes new concerns about Nigeria, looks at Australian concern over Chinese investment despite increasing dependence on said, and expects the collapse of what’s left of the British steel industry.