Jakub Lewandowski

Newsweek Fellow

White House Official Calls Trudeau 'Little Punk Kid'

"'We didn't walk away, we didn't end it, we made a deal. Alright? 'Spite that little punk kid running Canada, we still made it,'" National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow said about the new free trade agreement.

Soccer Club Keeps Supporter Of Far Right Off Of Team

The president of the club told the captain of Afro-Napoli United, Concetta "Titty" Astarita, that she would not be allowed to play because she was "allies" with the country's far-right Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.

Kanye West Meeting With Uganda President Was 'Immoral'

"It would have been great if he had used his voice for the good of people in Africa. I'm a musician, but I am not allowed to stage a show in my own country because I disagree with the president," Bobi Wine said.

South Korea Says North Promises to Abolish Nukes

"If North Korea takes certain measures, the end-of-war declaration would be a political statement that would announce that the long-standing hostile relations between Pyongyang and Washington had ended," said Moon.

Students Asked to Report Teachers Critical of Party

"What's happening with this portal is pure denunciation. You just have to look at a history book or also at the present day to recognize this as something belonging to systems with a clear totalitarian character," one teacher said.

Malaysia Set to Abolish Death Penalty

The decision, welcomed by human rights groups, will affect the more than 1,200 people who are on death row for crimes including murder, kidnapping, and drug trafficking.

Former Miss Iraq Flees Country After Death Threat

The 2015 Miss Iraq winner reportedly received a message saying "you're next" from a man claiming to be a member of ISIS. The message was one of many the beauty queen received since winning the title.