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As U.S. Confronts Internet’s Disruptions, China Feels Vindicated

By STEVEN LEE MYERS and SUI-LEE WEE October 16, 2017 HULUNBUIR, China — In the United States, some of the world’s most powerful technology companies face rising pressure to do more…

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Melbourne Journal: For Older Gays Who Might Re-Enter the Closet, a Ball Invites Them Out

Melbourne Journal By TACEY RYCHTER October 16, 2017 MELBOURNE, Australia — As hundreds of guests ascended a rainbow-lit staircase at Melbourne’s Town Hall, Tristan Meecham dashed around the…

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Iraqi Forces Are Said to Seize Oil Sites and Airport Outside Kirkuk

By DAVID ZUCCHINO October 16, 2017 KIRKUK, Iraq — Hours after moving to reclaim control of the northern city of Kirkuk, Iraqi government forces said Monday that they…

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Austria’s Rightward Lurch Is Europe’s New Normal

By STEVEN ERLANGER and JAMES KANTER October 16, 2017 BRUSSELS — Rather than a sudden lurch to the right, the victory of conservative and far-right parties in Austria’s elections Sunday…

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Ophelia Makes Landfall in Ireland; One Motorist Killed

By DOUGLAS DALBY and LIAM STACK October 16, 2017 BALLYFERRITER, Ireland — The post-tropical storm Ophelia, one of the most powerful ever recorded in the northeastern Atlantic, bore down on…

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U.S. Military to Begin Drills to Evacuate Americans From South Korea

By CHOE SANG-HUN October 16, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea — The United States military said on Monday that it would practice evacuating noncombatant Americans out of South Korea…

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Catalonia’s Leader, Facing Deadline, Won’t Say if Region Declared Independence

By RAPHAEL MINDER October 16, 2017 MADRID — Facing a deadline to state Catalonia’s intentions in a separatist conflict with Spain, the region’s leader wrote to Prime Minister…

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Iraqi Forces Begin Assault Near Kurdish-Held City of Kirkuk

By DAVID ZUCCHINO October 15, 2017 KIRKUK, Iraq — Iraqi state television reported early Monday that Iraqi forces had begun an assault on the Kurdish-held city Kirkuk and…

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Austria Shifts Right as Refashioned Conservatives Win in an Upset

By MELISSA EDDY October 15, 2017 VIENNA — Austria’s 31-year-old foreign minister led the conservative party to a major political upset on Sunday, with the People’s Party emerging…

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Venezuelans Vote Peacefully, if Not Hopefully

By KIRK SEMPLE and ANA VANESSA HERRERO October 15, 2017 SUCRE, Venezuela — She had heard the calls for a boycott of the election. She worried that the ruling party might…

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The World Once Laughed at North Korean Cyber Power. No More.

By DAVID E. SANGER, DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and NICOLE PERLROTH October 15, 2017 When North Korean hackers tried to steal $1 billion from the New York Federal Reserve last year, only a spelling…

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Ireland and Britain Brace for Unusual European Hurricane

By SUSANNE FOWLER October 15, 2017 LONDON — Rain is no stranger to Ireland, but hurricanes? Hurricane Ophelia, the 10th hurricane of the Atlantic season, was spinning toward…

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Taliban Deny Fighters Raped American Hostage and Killed Baby

By MUJIB MASHAL October 15, 2017 KABUL, Afghanistan — The Taliban on Sunday denied an assertion by a freed Canadian hostage that his American wife had been raped…

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Keno City Journal: Faded Yukon Gold Rush Town, Population 20, Mines Its Weirdness

Keno City Journal By DAN LEVIN October 15, 2017 KENO CITY, Yukon Territory — The journey to the heart of Yukon’s historic mineral wealth started with a question…

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Somalia to Observe 3 Days of Mourning After Twin Bomb Attacks Kill at Least 189

By MOHAMED IBRAHIM October 15, 2017 President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo of Somalia has declared three days of national mourning after twin bombing attacks rocked the capital, killed at…

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To Inspire Young Communists, China Turns to ‘Red Army’ Schools

By JAVIER C. HERNÁNDEZ October 15, 2017 YUQING COUNTY, China — With the fiery zeal of a preacher, Xie Hong addressed her class of 50 fourth-grade students, all in…

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Born in Auschwitz, Israeli Artist, 102, Harnesses the Dark and the Light

By ISABEL KERSHNER October 14, 2017 JERUSALEM — She painted gray and black flowers, their innate beauty discernible only through hints of light. Her Israeli landscapes are stark…

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Elephant Tramples Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh, Killing Four

By MEGAN SPECIA October 14, 2017 Four Rohingya refugees were trampled to death by an elephant in a makeshift camp in the Cox’s Bazaar area of Bangladesh on…

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Doubts Grow Over Archbishop’s Account of When He Knew of Abuse

By CEYLAN YEGINSU October 14, 2017 LONDON — The Anglican Church has been embroiled for most of this year in a scandal involving decades-old abuses that occurred in…

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‘Allah’ Is Found on Viking Funeral Clothes

By CHRISTINA ANDERSON October 14, 2017 ENKOPING, Sweden — The discovery of Arabic characters that spell “Allah” and “Ali” on Viking funeral costumes in boat graves in Sweden…

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Venezuela Votes for Governors in a ‘Deficient Democracy’

By ANA VANESSA HERRERO and NICHOLAS CASEY October 14, 2017 PUERTO CABELLO, Venezuela — For weeks, Alejandro Feo la Cruz, a former opposition mayor who is running for governor, has crisscrossed…

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Australia Debates: Does Warming Planet Really Need More Coal?

By JACQUELINE WILLIAMS October 14, 2017 ABBOT POINT, Australia — In a desolate corner of northeastern Australia, about 100 miles from the nearest town, a grassy stretch of…

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Heard the One About Asia’s Comedy Scene? First, You’ll Need a Permit

By CHARLOTTE GRAHAM October 14, 2017 HONG KONG — Every comedian takes the stage wanting to make people laugh. But it is less satisfying when the audience has…

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Canadian Held Hostage in Afghanistan Says Militants Killed His Child

By THE NEW YORK TIMES October 14, 2017 A Canadian man who with his American wife and children were held hostage in Afghanistan by a Taliban faction for five years…

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Why a New York Court Case Has Rattled Turkey’s President

By PATRICK KINGSLEY and BENJAMIN WEISER October 14, 2017 The conversations caught on wiretaps planted by the Turkish police are alleged to show a conspiracy to help Iran skirt American…

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Indian Court Chooses Clean Air Over Fireworks for a Festival

By HARI KUMAR and KAI SCHULTZ October 12, 2017 NEW DELHI — For generations, millions of Indians here in the capital have celebrated Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, by…

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