A picture of slain Mexican journalist Javier Valdez.  Mexico ranks third in the world for the number of journalists killed, after Syria and Afghanistan, according to media rights group Reporters Without Borders.

A picture of slain Mexican journalist Javier Valdez. Mexico ranks third in the world for the number of journalists killed, after Syria and Afghanistan, according to media rights group Reporters Without Borders.

Turkey’s president comes to Washington, but it’s his bodyguards who leave a mark. Vladimir Putin says he can prove President Trump did not give secrets to Russia. And it’s a pilgrimage of sorts as Donald Trump prepares to visit Saudi Arabia, Israel and the Vatican.

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  • Edward Luce Chief U.S. columnist and commentator, Financial Times; his latest book is "The Retreat of Western Liberalism"
  • Elise Labott Global affairs correspondent, CNN
  • Nathan Guttman Washington correspondent, Israeli Public TV and The Forward
  • Mehmet Toroglu Turkish reporter, Voice of America
  • Paulina Villegas Reporter, Mexico City bureau, The New York Times

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Violence Erupts Outside The Turkish Embassy

Voice of America captured a violent clash between pro-Turkish security and a group of protesters outside the Turkish Embassy in Washington, D.C., Tuesday

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