Russian Trolling Continu, Steel Tariffs Could Crunch Foreign Carmakers In The U.S. South and other World news

The world news of 2018-03-18 on Tamugaia - Russian Trolling Continued After Election, and Steel Tariffs Could Crunch Foreign Carmakers In The U.S. South.
Russian Trolling Continued After Election - U.S. citizens continue to be targeted by Russian operatives online. Ajah Hales was contacted by a Facebook page that promised to promote black-owned businesses like hers. She talks with Scott Simon.... [ View ]

Steel Tariffs Could Crunch Foreign Carmakers In The U.S. South - Mercedes Benz USA showed off its new headquarters in Atlanta — all in the midst of a possible trade war that could affect the car industry in the South, which has become a truly global car market.... [ View ]

Russia to expel 23 British diplomats in spy poisoning standoff - Russia said it would also withdraw permission for Britain to open a general consulate in St Petersburg and would close the British Council in Russia.... [ View ]

North Korea uses pirate tactics to earn millions from sanction busting - U.N. expert Hugh Griffiths says North Korea has borrowed tactics used during 18th century piracy to evade sanctions and earn millions.... [ View ]

Saudi women finally get behind the wheel and learn how to drive - Thousands of women have signed up for driving lessons in Saudi Arabia as the ban on women drivers is expected to be lifted in June.... [ View ]

WATCH: World News 03/16/18: A Fierce Critic Of Vladimir Putin Was Found Dead In South London - Traffic camera video shows the devastating moment of the Miami bridge collapse; A passenger with a 2-year-old was ordered off a Southwest Airlines flight... [ View ]

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