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Crashing and Burning Years After the War Is Over

How does one survive war and not be miserable? For one veteran, it meant going back to the battlefield where it all started.

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Inside Hong Kong’s Battle-Ready Campuses

Classrooms may be empty, but universities are bustling with preparation for confrontations with the police.

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A Victim Not Only of Unjust Laws, but of ‘Unjust Authorities’

An investigative reporter from a prominent Moroccan family was wrongly accused of having had an abortion. Now she wants to hold officials’ feet to the fire.

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Civilian Toll in Israel-Gaza Clashes Comes Under Scrutiny

The two-day conflict has killed 16 civilians, including two 7-year-old boys and two toddlers, according to human rights investigators.

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Your Friday Briefing

Marie Yovanovitch, Saugus High School, Cleveland Browns: Here’s what you need to know.

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South Korea Resists U.S. Pressure to Improve Ties With Japan

Defense Secretary Mark Esper had urged Seoul to reconsider abandoning a military intelligence-sharing deal with Tokyo.

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Can a Company Be Virtuous and Profitable? Nestlé Says Yes

The world’s largest food company is trying to show it can be environmentally sustainable and still make money. Activists are skeptical.

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Ho Chi Minh City’s Hilarious Side

Stand-up comedy is sweeping Vietnam’s largest city, often called Saigon, with locals braving open-mic nights in the city’s hippest cafes and bars.

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Your Friday Briefing

Boris Johnson, Hong Kong, Syria: Here’s what you need to know.

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‘Your Face is Burning.’ How it Feels to Photograph Australia’s Fires

As bushfires swept Australia’s east coast on Tuesday, our photographer shot residents and firefighters close to the blaze.

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Iraqi Protesters Cheer Victory Over Iran, at Least on the Soccer Field

The police and the politicians joined protesters in celebrating Iraq’s defeat of Iran in a World Cup qualifying match. Tensions between the countries are running high.

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Boris Johnson Stumbles Out of the Election Gate

He was supposed to be an ace campaigner. But as flood victims scorn him, and protesters heckle him, he is frequently going off key.

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After Major Earthquake, Indonesia Lifts Tsunami Alert

More than 20 aftershocks followed the quake, which had a magnitude of 7.1.

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Your Friday Briefing

Hong Kong, Australia fires, llamas: Here’s what you need to know.

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U.N. Query on Syria Hospital Bombings May Be Undermined by Russia Pressure, Limited Scope

The United Nations is investigating attacks on seven humanitarian sites in Syria. Diplomats say Russia is trying to keep the U.N. findings secret.

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Experts Divided on Authenticity of Islamic State Receipts

A Times article based on documents recovered by a researcher reported that ISIS made payments to members of a rival group.

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North Korea Says U.S. Sought More Talks, but Calls It a ‘Trick’

The top North Korean envoy to the negotiations with Washington said he was not interested unless the United States was ready to make substantial concessions.

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How Did Plants Conquer Land? These Humble Algae Hold Clues

Two algal species share important genes with all modern land plants, a new analysis finds.

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Germany Mandates Measles Vaccine

All children attending preschool or higher in the country must be immunized, with fines for parents who do not comply, under a law that is to…

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Highways on Fire. Semesters Cut Short. A Recession. Can Hong Kong Heal?

Months of antigovernment protests and increasingly violent clashes with the police have upended daily life in the global financial hub, with the potential to alter the…

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Refugee and Author Detained by Australia Is Given Visa to Travel

Behrouz Boochani, who was held for years as part of Australia’s offshore immigration detention program, arrived in New Zealand for a literary festival.

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ISIS Suspect Trapped at Turkish-Greek Border Is to Be Deported to U.S.

Turkey said it had received assurances from Washington that the American, whose fate had been in limbo, would not be refused entry.

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Erdogan Hands ‘Tough Guy’ Letter Back to Trump

The Turkish leader, who is visiting Washington, said he had returned the president’s message over a military incursion into Syria.

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Impeachment, Deval Patrick, Venice Flooding: Your Thursday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know.

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‘We’re Just So Angry’: Australians Protest Police Killing of Aboriginal Teenager

After initially saying the 19-year-old had lunged at the police with a weapon, the authorities later charged an officer with murder and opened an investigation.

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Cases of Cognac and Liqueur Recovered From 1917 Shipwreck

The ship, the S.S. Kyros, was bound for Russia when it was sunk by a German submarine during World War I, a salvage company said.

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To Make This Tofu, Start by Burning Toxic Plastic

Plastic waste from America, collected for recycling, is shipped to Indonesia. Some is burned as fuel by tofu makers, producing deadly chemicals and contaminating food.

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Saving the Fire Victims Who Cannot Flee: Australia’s Koalas

The plight of dozens of animals being treated for burned paws and singed fur is raising fears about climate change and the future of the species.

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Facing a Pollution Crisis, Netherlands Tells Drivers to Slow Down

The government lowered the daytime speed limit on Dutch highways, to 62 miles per hour, in an attempt to cut nitrogen pollution.

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Hong Kong’s University Students Dig in for Battles With Police

Black-clad activists, mostly students, set elaborate road blocks, built brick walls, and practiced shooting bows and arrows.

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Impeachment Hearings, Ukraine, Denmark: Your Thursday Briefing

Impeachment hearings, Ukraine, Denmark

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As Talks With Putin Loom, Ukraine Looks in Vain for U.S. Help

Kiev wants Western support as it seeks to end its conflict with Russia. But amid the impeachment drama, Washington, its staunchest backer, is increasingly out of…

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‘I’m a Big Fan’: Trump Gives Warm Welcome to Turkey’s Erdogan

President Trump seemed unbothered by Turkey’s recent invasion of Syria, which prompted outrage in Congress and among some in his administration.

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As Islamic Jihad Bombards Israel, Hamas Has to Choose Sides

With Israel exchanging blows with the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Hamas faces a stark choice: Join the fight or redouble efforts to keep the Gaza border quiet.

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To Drive Down Insulin Prices, W.H.O. Will Certify Generic Versions

About 80 million people with diabetes around the world need the hormone, and half of them can’t afford it. Creating competition could help, the agency said.

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U.S. Struggles to Keep Allies in Fight Against ISIS in Syria

Trump praises mission to protect oil fields while top national security aides seek to retain allies in Syria after death of top ISIS leader.

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Climate Change Poses Threats to Children’s Health Worldwide

A study from the Lancet points to infectious diseases, worsening air pollution, rising temperatures and even malnutrition as threats to child health as the climate changes. 

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Bolivia’s Interim Leader Says Nation Must ‘Reconstruct Democracy’

The leader, Jeanine Añez Chavez, was preparing to appoint a cabinet, but backers of the ousted Evo Morales have promised to disrupt the new government.

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Which Mammals on Land Migrate the Farthest?

Scientists measured individual distances to compile a Top 5 list of ultramarathon runners of the mammalian kingdom.

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Your Thursday Briefing

Hong Kong, Impeachment hearings, Tom Hanks: Here’s what you need to know.

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In Struggle Over Parthenon Marbles, Greece Gets Unexpected Ally: Xi Jinping

China pledged big investments in Greece and signed 16 agreements. But it turns out that the repatriation of artifacts is also drawing the nations closer.

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Girl, 5, Is 6th Child Killed by Stray Bullet in Rio de Janeiro This Year

Police operations targeting drug gangs have put children in the crossfire in the Brazilian city, where at least 21 minors have been struck by stray bullets…

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Dueling Camps Vie for Control of Venezuela’s Embassy in Brazil

The standoff, which unfolded while Brasília is hosting several heads of state for a summit, underscores the diplomatic conundrum created by competing claims to Venezuela’s presidency.

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German Lawmakers Oust Committee Chair Over Remarks Seen as Anti-Semitic

A member of the far-right Alternative for Germany party was removed as unfit for his post, a first for postwar Germany.

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Uneasy Calm in Bolivia as Añez and Lawmakers Await Showdown

The interim president, Jeanine Añez Chavez, was preparing to appoint a cabinet, but backers of the ousted Evo Morales have promised to disrupt the new government.

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Saudi Anti-Extremist Force Names Feminists as a Target. Briefly.

The appearance and disappearance of an inflammatory official video is likely to reflect divisions within the government, experts said.

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His 22-Pound Cat Was Too Fat to Fly. So He Called In an Understudy.

The airline found out about the trick after the Russian man posted photographs on social media. He has been stripped of his frequent flier miles.

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Hong Kong’s Universities, the Last Refuge of Protesters, Become Battlegrounds

Police have begun raiding the edges of campuses to make arrests, leading student activists to engage with them in pitched battles that resemble medieval sieges.

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Denmark, Worried About Bombings by Swedish Gangs, Begins Border Checks

Struggling to quell a wave of explosions, the Danish authorities introduced passport controls for the first time since the 1950s.

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Venezuela’s Ex-Spy Chief, Wanted in U.S., Is Missing in Spain

A Spanish court ordered the extradition of Hugo Carvajal, who broke with Nicolás Maduro’s government. Now the police are searching for him.

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Exchanges of Fire Continue Across Israel-Gaza Border

A clash set off by Israel’s killing of an Islamic Jihad commander teetered between containment and escalation into a broader conflict.

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As Australia Burns, Its Leaders Trade Insults

The country has long been a model for common-sense public policy. But this week’s fires have revealed once again that its pragmatism stops at climate change.

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Venice Floods Because of Highest Tide in 50 Years

The mayor called for a state of emergency and the closing of all schools after the Italian city was submerged under “acqua alta,” an exceptionally high…

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Your Wednesday Briefing

Impeachment Hearing, Plague, Colin Kaepernick: Here’s what you need to know.

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NASA Renames Object After Uproar Over Old Name’s Nazi Connotations

Scientists said an object four billion miles from Earth would be given a Native American name: Arrokoth. Its previous, informal name, Ultima Thule, had links to…

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NASA Renames Object After Uproar Over Old Name’s Nazi Connotations

Scientists said an object four billion miles from Earth would be given a Native American name: Arrokoth. Its previous, informal name, Ultima Thule, had links to…

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This Mexican Village’s Embroidery Designs Are Admired (and Appropriated) Globally

The distinctive iconography used by the Indigenous Otomí people has attracted unsolicited attention from fashion houses, which have incorporated similar images in their designs, often without…

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A Ukrainian Billionaire Fought Russia. Now He’s Ready to Embrace It.

Ihor Kolomoisky may be Ukraine’s most powerful businessman. With the impeachment spectacle rattling Kiev, he says it is time to give up on the West and…

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South Korea Stops Stream of Blood From Culled Pigs

Towns near the border with North Korea were alarmed when a stream turned red after pigs were culled over fear of African swine fever.

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Why Are People Protesting in Hong Kong?

A movement that began peacefully six months ago has descended into chaos.

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Plague Is Diagnosed in China, Prompting Fears of an Outbreak

Two cases of pneumonic plague, a fatal and highly infectious illness related to bubonic plague, were diagnosed in Beijing.

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Plague Is Diagnosed in China, Prompting Fears of an Outbreak

Two cases of pneumonic plague, a fatal and highly infectious illness related to bubonic plague, were diagnosed in Beijing.

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Your Wednesday Briefing

World energy report, impeachment hearings, Turkey: Here’s what you need to know.

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Hong Kong Protests: Tensions High on Campuses

There were severe public transit disruptions across the city, a day after demonstrators staged a fiery standoff against the police near a university.

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Soldier Kills Man at Lebanon Protest, 1st Fatality in Nation’s Turmoil

The killing was sure to inflame tensions already running high in the country, which has been engulfed by protests for the past month.

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Mexico, a Haven for Leftists in Exile, Provides Evo Morales with a Landing Spot

Spanish leftists, American socialists and Communists from Central Europe have all found a home in Mexico over the past century and a half.

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Frank Giles, 100, Editor Snared in ‘Hitler Diaries’ Hoax

At The Sunday Times of London, he learned at the last minute that the diaries were fake, but the paper’s owner, Rupert Murdoch, ordered them published.

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Turkey Detains a Top Journalist Again, Signaling a Continuing Crackdown

Ahmet Altan is one of the most prominent journalists to be detained in the widespread, and heavily criticized, government crackdown that followed a failed 2016 coup.

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Photos From the Hong Kong Protests

Protesters set a giant blaze and threw gasoline bombs on a college campus, as the police tried to repel them with tear gas.

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Your Wednesday Briefing

Hong Kong, impeachment hearings, Nissan: Here’s what you need to know.

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Behind Trump’s Dealings With Turkey: Sons-in-Law Married to Power

Informal relationships between family members help explain the course of diplomacy between the White House and Turkey’s leader.

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51 Children Hurt in Chemical Attack at Chinese Elementary School

Three teachers were also injured in the attack, in which a man entered a kindergarten in Yunnan Province and sprayed a caustic chemical, the official state…

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Spain’s Left Comes Up With Tentative Deal to Form a Government

The reversal comes two days after elections weakened Pedro Sánchez, the caretaker Socialist prime minister, and strengthened the far right.

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The SoftBank Effect: How $100 Billion Left Workers in a Hole

SoftBank poured money into start-ups that use armies of contractors. That has upended the lives of drivers, hotel operators and real estate agents around the world.

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What We Know About Evo Morales’s Resignation in Bolivia

Mr. Morales was once a hugely popular leader, hailed by the nation’s Indigenous majority and the global left. Now, he’s been ousted from office, and it…

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Tampons to Be Taxed as Essential, Not Luxury, Items in Germany

Starting Jan. 1, menstrual products will be considered “necessary” items, as bread, books and cut flowers are.

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Ukraine’s President Seeks Face-to-Face Meeting With Putin

President Volodymyr Zelensky proposed direct talks with President Vladimir V. Putin, as his American diplomatic backing unraveled in the impeachment scandal.

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‘This Will Be Forever’: How the Ambitions of Evo Morales Contributed to His Fall

Bolivia prospered on the watch of its firebrand leftist president, but his refusal to step aside led to an ignominious downfall.

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‘I Am Not a Witch’: Victims Testify on Ex-President’s Brutal Roundups

Gambia’s former president ordered people he accused of “witchcraft” to be kidnapped and tortured. The victims now plan to tell a truth commission what happened.

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Bolivia Crisis Shows the Blurry Line Between Coup and Uprising

The Cold War binary of “bad” coups and “good” popular revolts no longer applies. But the labels persist, with important consequences.

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Erdogan Warns That Turkey Will Keep Deporting ISIS Detainees

The Turkish leader is preparing to travel to Washington to meet with President Trump.

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Trains Collide in Bangladesh, Killing at Least 16

Oncoming trains smashed into each other in eastern Bangladesh early Tuesday after one conductor ignored a stop signal, officials said. Dozens were injured.

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Evo Morales Flies to Mexico but Vows to Return to Bolivia ‘With Force’

The ousted Bolivian president signaled that his exile will be brief, while officials in La Paz prepared to try to form an interim government.

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Your Tuesday Briefing

Israel, Jimmy Carter, Disney Plus: Here’s what you need to know.

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Philippine Guerrillas Kill at Least 6 Soldiers in Bombing

The killings were a reminder of the stubborn threat of insurgents in rural areas of the Philippines.

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Deal With Taliban Will Free American and Australian Professors, Officials Say

The apparent exchange, in which Afghan officials are to release three senior members of the Haqqani network of the Taliban, is likely to be a step…

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New York’s Jails Are Failing. Is the Answer 3,600 Miles Away?

City officials are looking to Norway, whose correctional system is a radical departure from cold, harsh American prisons.

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In Uruguay, Many New Vacation Homes Favor Simple, Modern Design

“The coast’s gentle, open landscape really lends itself to these minimalist boxes,” an architecture professor said.

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Israel Kills Senior Islamic Jihad Commander in Gaza

The Israeli strike is likely to prompt a fierce response by Gaza militants after a period of relative calm.

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Hong Kong Braces for Further Disruptions After Shooting

Protesters angry over the shooting of a demonstrator by a police officer set out to block roads and force train delays.

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Your Tuesday Briefing: Auto Tariffs, Russia-Brexit, Medical Marijuana

Here’s what you need to know.

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‘This Will Be Forever’: How the Ambitions of Evo Morales Contributed to His Fall

Bolivia prospered on the watch of its firebrand leftist president, but his refusal to step aside led to an ignominious downfall.

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Chile’s President Says He Will Support a New Constitution

Five people have been killed and thousands injured in weeks of protests.

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Poland Objects to Holocaust-Era Map in Netflix Series

The Polish prime minister wrote a letter to Netflix arguing that a map of Nazi-run concentration camps falsely suggested that Poland was in charge of them.

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What We Know About the Power Vacuum in Bolivia After Evo Morales’s Fall

Mr. Morales was once a hugely popular leader, hailed by Bolivia’s Indigenous people and the global left. Now, he is in hiding and ousted from office,…

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Spain’s Far Right Emerges as a Force by Tapping a New Nationalism

Sunday’s election did little to help end the government deadlock. But it yielded one clear winner, the far-right Vox party, which has thrived amid a conflict…

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Nigel Farage, Brexit Party Leader, Lends Hand to Boris Johnson. Mostly.

Mr. Farage won’t run candidates in seats held by Mr. Johnson’s Tories. But his party may still hurt the Tories in other races.

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Your Tuesday Briefing

Hong Kong, Myanmar, Uber: Here’s what you need to know.

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Hillary Clinton Raps Boris Johnson Over His Suppression of a Russia Report

The document on Moscow’s meddling in British politics prepared by Parliament last year is becoming a hot issue as bits and pieces begin to leak out.

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Russian Professor, Found With Bag of Severed Arms, Admits He Killed Student

Oleg Sokolov, a Russian historian known for impersonating Napoleon, was dogged for years by complaints of abuse. But he had never been held to account for…

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