Rosie Perper

Global News Reporter at @BusinessInsider. Former editor @Jerusalem_Post. Born in NY, bred in TLV, and based in Melbourne. DM's open: rperper@businessinsider.com

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Shots were reportedly fired at the US embassy in Turkey
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Shots were reportedly fired at the US embassy in Turkey
August, 20 2018
Two people have died after another strong earthquake ripped through the Indonesian island of Lombok
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Two people have died after another strong earthquake ripped through the Indonesian island of Lombok
August, 19 2018
Photos show the destruction from flooding in the Indian state of Kerala, killing at least 350 people
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Photos show the destruction from flooding in the Indian state of Kerala, killing at least 350 people
August, 19 2018
Turks smashed their iPhones in protest of US sanctions and their plummeting currency
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Turks smashed their iPhones in protest of US sanctions and their plummeting currency
August, 17 2018
New Zealand has banned the sale of homes to foreigners after too many people started treating the island like their doomsday hideout
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New Zealand has banned the sale of homes to foreigners after too many people started treating the island like their doomsday hideout
August, 16 2018
China appears to be compiling a massive database of its Muslim citizens abroad to keep close tabs on them
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China appears to be compiling a massive database of its Muslim citizens abroad to keep close tabs on them
August, 15 2018
The US sanctioned Chinese and Russian entities for helping North Korea cash in on its billion-dollar smuggling schemes
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The US sanctioned Chinese and Russian entities for helping North Korea cash in on its billion-dollar smuggling schemes
August, 15 2018
Man arrested after alleged car ramming terror attack on UK Houses of Parliament which injured 3 people
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Man arrested after alleged car ramming terror attack on UK Houses of Parliament which injured 3 people
August, 14 2018
Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in will come face-to-face again in September
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Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in will come face-to-face again in September
August, 13 2018
Report: Saudi Arabia is looking to invest big in Tesla as the company teases going private
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Report: Saudi Arabia is looking to invest big in Tesla as the company teases going private
August, 12 2018
Cracks may be starting to show in Xi Jinping's absolute rule over China because of Trump's trade war
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Cracks may be starting to show in Xi Jinping's absolute rule over China because of Trump's trade war
August, 10 2018
China is tracking Muslims embarking on the annual Hajj pilgrimage in what experts say is likely part of widespread government surveillance
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China is tracking Muslims embarking on the annual Hajj pilgrimage in what experts say is likely part of widespread government surveillance
August, 10 2018
Saudi Arabia has detained several prominent human rights activists in a massive crackdown— and it's sparked a huge feud with Canada
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Saudi Arabia has detained several prominent human rights activists in a massive crackdown— and it's sparked a huge feud with Canada
August, 9 2018
Another major earthquake hit Indonesia, days after a bigger one killed 347 people
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Another major earthquake hit Indonesia, days after a bigger one killed 347 people
August, 9 2018
Canada's Trudeau refused to back down as Saudi Arabia ups the ante in ongoing human-rights fight
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Canada's Trudeau refused to back down as Saudi Arabia ups the ante in ongoing human-rights fight
August, 9 2018
Saudi-owned media is criticizing Canada's human-rights record in a series of bizarre videos
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Saudi-owned media is criticizing Canada's human-rights record in a series of bizarre videos
August, 8 2018
More than 150 rockets were launched from the Gaza Strip overnight, and Israel retaliated with deadly airstrikes
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More than 150 rockets were launched from the Gaza Strip overnight, and Israel retaliated with deadly airstrikes
August, 8 2018
Philippines President Duterte lined up 100 allegedly corrupt cops in front of the media and threatened to kill them
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Philippines President Duterte lined up 100 allegedly corrupt cops in front of the media and threatened to kill them
August, 8 2018
Saudi Arabia is pulling thousands of students from Canada in an escalating human rights feud
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Saudi Arabia is pulling thousands of students from Canada in an escalating human rights feud
August, 7 2018
Saudi Arabia has expelled the Canadian ambassador and is freezing a new trade with the country in an escalating feud over human rights
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Saudi Arabia has expelled the Canadian ambassador and is freezing a new trade with the country in an escalating feud over human rights
August, 6 2018
Saudi Arabia suspends flights to Canada in ongoing feud over human-rights arrests
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Saudi Arabia suspends flights to Canada in ongoing feud over human-rights arrests
August, 6 2018
CNN commentator Angela Rye sparks debate over refusing to accept that Trump is president
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CNN commentator Angela Rye sparks debate over refusing to accept that Trump is president
August, 3 2018
Zimbabwe declares Emmerson Mnangagwa the winner in first presidential election since Robert Mugabe was deposed after 4 decades in power
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Zimbabwe declares Emmerson Mnangagwa the winner in first presidential election since Robert Mugabe was deposed after 4 decades in power
August, 2 2018
The US slapped sanctions on 2 top Turkish officials over their role in detaining an evangelical pastor
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The US slapped sanctions on 2 top Turkish officials over their role in detaining an evangelical pastor
August, 1 2018
Malaysian officials are investigating whether disgraced former prime minister Najib Razak inappropriately used Chinese cash to repay state debts
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Malaysian officials are investigating whether disgraced former prime minister Najib Razak inappropriately used Chinese cash to repay state debts
August, 1 2018
1 in 10 North Koreans are forced into modern day slavery, human-rights study estimates
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1 in 10 North Koreans are forced into modern day slavery, human-rights study estimates
August, 1 2018
UK foreign secretary accidentally referred to his Chinese wife as Japanese on his first trip to China
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UK foreign secretary accidentally referred to his Chinese wife as Japanese on his first trip to China
July, 30 2018
In a 'sham' election, Cambodia's controversial ruling party says it won every seat after dismissing the opposition party
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In a 'sham' election, Cambodia's controversial ruling party says it won every seat after dismissing the opposition party
July, 30 2018
Syrian rockets fired at Israel were found at a popular tourist beach
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Syrian rockets fired at Israel were found at a popular tourist beach
July, 26 2018
Authorities say Greek wildfires that killed 83 people may have been caused by arson
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Authorities say Greek wildfires that killed 83 people may have been caused by arson
July, 26 2018
Toronto wants to ban the sale of handguns and ammunition after mass shooting
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Toronto wants to ban the sale of handguns and ammunition after mass shooting
July, 26 2018
Deadly forest fires are burning across Greece, and these photos show how 9 other European countries are battling fires amid a punishing heatwave
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Deadly forest fires are burning across Greece, and these photos show how 9 other European countries are battling fires amid a punishing heatwave
July, 26 2018
Russian hackers infiltrated US power networks and had the ability to trigger massive blackouts
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Russian hackers infiltrated US power networks and had the ability to trigger massive blackouts
July, 24 2018
26 people died in each others arms escaping vicious wildfires that have spread across Greece
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26 people died in each others arms escaping vicious wildfires that have spread across Greece
July, 24 2018
77 people have been killed and tens of thousands hospitalized in Japan's scorching heat
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77 people have been killed and tens of thousands hospitalized in Japan's scorching heat
July, 23 2018
At least 3 dead, including gunman, in a shooting in Toronto
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At least 3 dead, including gunman, in a shooting in Toronto
July, 23 2018
France's Macron reportedly referenced 'The Art of the Deal' to clap back at Trump over an EU trade dispute
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France's Macron reportedly referenced 'The Art of the Deal' to clap back at Trump over an EU trade dispute
July, 22 2018
Philippines ordered a 71-year-old nun be deported and blacklisted after her political activism upset Duterte
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Philippines ordered a 71-year-old nun be deported and blacklisted after her political activism upset Duterte
July, 20 2018
Trump flags and hats made in China are reportedly being held up at customs as trade war heats up
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Trump flags and hats made in China are reportedly being held up at customs as trade war heats up
July, 20 2018
Australia has called on the pope to fire an archbishop for covering up child sexual abuse
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Australia has called on the pope to fire an archbishop for covering up child sexual abuse
July, 19 2018
Thailand is considering giving citizenship to four stateless members of the Thai soccer team who were trapped in a cave
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Thailand is considering giving citizenship to four stateless members of the Thai soccer team who were trapped in a cave
July, 19 2018
Thai cave rescue: Boys who lived furthest away were chosen to leave the cave first so they could ride their bikes and tell everyone to prepare food
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Thai cave rescue: Boys who lived furthest away were chosen to leave the cave first so they could ride their bikes and tell everyone to prepare food
July, 18 2018
The new US Embassy in Jerusalem will cost nearly 100 times more than what Trump said
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The new US Embassy in Jerusalem will cost nearly 100 times more than what Trump said
July, 18 2018
Australian divers who helped rescue the Thai soccer team from a cave will receive civilian honors
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Australian divers who helped rescue the Thai soccer team from a cave will receive civilian honors
July, 18 2018
The Thai soccer team have been given the all-clear to go home after their traumatic cave rescue
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The Thai soccer team have been given the all-clear to go home after their traumatic cave rescue
July, 18 2018
Drinking cave water and not thinking about fried rice: Here's how the Thai soccer team survived 9 days in a flooded cave with no food or drink
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Drinking cave water and not thinking about fried rice: Here's how the Thai soccer team survived 9 days in a flooded cave with no food or drink
July, 18 2018
Putin said victims are 'inevitable' when he was questioned about hundreds of thousands of civilian deaths in Syria
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Putin said victims are 'inevitable' when he was questioned about hundreds of thousands of civilian deaths in Syria
July, 17 2018
The rescued Thai soccer team dug a 16-foot-deep hole inside the cave wall, despite not having anything to eat
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The rescued Thai soccer team dug a 16-foot-deep hole inside the cave wall, despite not having anything to eat
July, 17 2018
New video of the Thai soccer team shows them thanking their rescuers and wishing for their favorite foods, including BBQ pork and KFC
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New video of the Thai soccer team shows them thanking their rescuers and wishing for their favorite foods, including BBQ pork and KFC
July, 16 2018
International divers that helped the Thai cave rescue were given diplomatic immunity in case something went wrong
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International divers that helped the Thai cave rescue were given diplomatic immunity in case something went wrong
July, 16 2018
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