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Shobha Nehru, Who Escaped Holocaust and Married Into Indian Politics, Dies at 108

By ELLEN BARRY April 28, 2017 NEW DELHI — Shobha Magdolna Friedmann Nehru, a Hungarian Jew who narrowly escaped the Holocaust, married into India’s leading political family and…

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Trump’s 100 Days on World Stage: Rallying Some and Repelling Others

By MARK LANDLER, ELLEN BARRY and JASON HOROWITZ April 28, 2017 WASHINGTON — One morning last month, several hundred Muslims living in the sugar-cane belt east of New Delhi awoke to…

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After French Vote, a Question: How Were the Polls So Right?

By DAN BILEFSKY April 28, 2017 After opinion polls in Britain and the United States were criticized, fairly or not, for failing to foresee British voters’ decision to…

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‘Friendly Fire’ May Have Killed 2 U.S. Soldiers in Afghanistan Raid

By HELENE COOPER April 28, 2017 WASHINGTON — Two American soldiers who were killed in Afghanistan during a raid Wednesday night may have been struck by so-called friendly…

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Trump, N.F.L. Draft, Arkansas: Your Friday Evening Briefing

By KAREN ZRAICK and SANDRA STEVENSON April 28, 2017 (Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good evening. Here’s the latest. 1. On his 99th day in…

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Pope Francis, in Egypt, Delivers a Blunt Message on Violence and Religion

By JASON HOROWITZ April 28, 2017 CAIRO — Pope Francis delivered his most blunt and powerful message to the Muslim world on Friday when he began a papal…

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Macron Denies Access to 2 Russian Media Outlets in French Campaign

By BENOÎT MORENNE April 28, 2017 PARIS — The campaign of the French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron confirmed on Friday that it had denied the pro-Kremlin media outlets…

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North Korea Test-Fires Another Ballistic Missile, Heightening Tensions With U.S.

By THE NEW YORK TIMES April 28, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea launched a missile on Saturday, even as the United States and China have been seeking to…

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Canada Today: Behind the Green Gables, Trade Twists and Strange Skies

By IAN AUSTEN April 28, 2017 Each week, Canada Today mixes The New York Times’s recent Canada-related coverage with back stories and analysis from our reporters, along with…

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Brazil Gripped by General Strike Over Austerity Measures

By SIMON ROMERO April 28, 2017 RIO DE JANEIRO — A general strike disrupted cities around Brazil on Friday as unions marshaled resistance to austerity measures proposed by…

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At Tate Galleries in London, Parting Gift Makes Waves: A Boat

By AMIE TSANG April 28, 2017 LONDON — The practice of office workers pitching in to buy a gift for a departing colleague — especially one with decades…

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The Saturday Profile: China’s Environmental Woes, in Films That Go Viral, Then Vanish

April 28, 2017 The Saturday Profile By KIKI ZHAO BEIJING — Achieving fame was not hard for Wang Jiuliang, but staying in the spotlight has proved…

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Asylum Requests Denied, Thousands Stay in Sweden (Some for Years)

By MARTIN SELSOE SORENSEN and CHRISTINA ANDERSON April 28, 2017 MALMO, Sweden — Sentila Kernaja, who turned 21 this week, left Albania in 2015 to escape, she says, a blood feud…

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Le Pen Aide Is Fired Over Holocaust Comments

By BENOÎT MORENNE April 28, 2017 PARIS — The man Marine Le Pen chose to lead her far-right party while she ran for the presidency has been forced…

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Tillerson Keeping ‘All Options’ Open if Diplomacy With North Korea Fails

By SOMINI SENGUPTA and GARDINER HARRIS April 28, 2017 UNITED NATIONS — Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson said on Friday that the United States was keeping “all options” on…

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News Analysis: Trump on North Korea: Tactic? ‘Madman Theory’? Or Just Mixed Messages?

News Analysis By DAVID E. SANGER April 28, 2017 WASHINGTON — It was only a few hours after his secretary of state cracked open the door on Thursday to…

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Live Briefing: Pope Francis Arrives in Cairo, Bearing Message of Peace

Live Briefing By JASON HOROWITZ and DECLAN WALSH April 28, 2017 Right Now: Pope Francis has arrived in Egypt, bearing a message of peace and reconciliation. The country is under…

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Chinese Rights Lawyer, Li Heping, Gets Suspended Prison Sentence

By ALAN WONG April 28, 2017 HONG KONG — One of China’s most prominent human rights lawyers was given a suspended three-year prison sentence on Friday after being…

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Europe Edition: Angela Merkel, Marine Le Pen, Macedonia: Your Friday Briefing

Europe Edition By PATRICK BOEHLER April 28, 2017 Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • Our journalists spent months in Germany reporting how hundreds of Syrian…

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A Hidden Church in Cairo Pins Its Hopes on Good Will From the Pope’s Visit

By DECLAN WALSH April 28, 2017 CAIRO — To hear the Coptic Catholic priest tell it, building a church in Cairo requires far more than bricks and mortar….

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Trump Warns That ‘Major, Major Conflict’ With North Korea Is Possible

By GERRY MULLANY April 27, 2017 HONG KONG — President Trump warned Thursday of the possibility of a “major, major conflict” with North Korea in an interview in…

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Macedonian Lawmakers Are Bloodied in Attack on Parliament by Nationalists

By THE NEW YORK TIMES April 27, 2017 A long-simmering political crisis in Macedonia erupted late on Thursday when a mob of angry nationalists attacked lawmakers inside Parliament, bloodying Zoran…

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Facing Tough Odds in French Vote, Le Pen Assails Macron

By ADAM NOSSITER April 27, 2017 NICE, France — France’s far-right presidential candidate, Marine Le Pen, came out swinging against her centrist opponent, Emmanuel Macron, on Thursday night,…

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State Department Wants to Clear What Nikki Haley’s Has to Say

By SOMINI SENGUPTA and GARDINER HARRIS April 27, 2017 UNITED NATIONS — The United States ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki R. Haley, has often been the first, most outspoken…

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Republicans, Flynn, Syria: Your Thursday Evening Briefing

By KAREN ZRAICK and SANDRA STEVENSON April 27, 2017 (Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good evening. Here’s the latest. 1. It’s been a whirlwind week…

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Asia and Australia Edition: Damascus, Trump Tax Cut, North Korea: Your Morning Briefing

Asia and Australia Edition By STEPHEN HILTNER April 27, 2017 Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • China reacted harshly to news that the Thaad antimissile…

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Only Captivity Will Save the Vaquita, Experts Say

Leer en español By ROD NORDLAND April 27, 2017 TIJUANA, Mexico — It was not the first time Robert L. Brownell Jr. had seen a dead vaquita, the…

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Wealthy Chinese Scramble for Imperiled Commodity: U.S. ‘Golden Visa’

By JAVIER C. HERNÁNDEZ April 27, 2017 BEIJING — He has a lakeside villa valued at more than $3 million, two Mercedes sedans in the garage and a butler…

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Man Outside U.K. Parliament Carrying Knives Is Arrested

By SEWELL CHAN April 27, 2017 LONDON — A 27-year-old man carrying knives was arrested Thursday afternoon near Parliament by the London police, who charged him with planning…

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Agustín Edwards, Conservative Media Tycoon in Chile, Is Dead at 89

Mr. Edwards was heir to the company that published El Mercurio, an influential right-wing publication that helped overthrow Salvador Allende in 1973.

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Philippines Moves to Shut Mines Accused of Polluting

By AURORA ALMENDRAL April 27, 2017 CLAVER, Philippines — The Philippine mining town of Claver is busy with bakeries, fruit stands, pool halls and karaoke bars. In the…

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Michael Flynn Under Defense Dept. Investigation Over Foreign Payment

The department’s inspector general is looking into whether the former top Trump adviser failed to get permission to receive the money.

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78 Rescued as Russian Naval Ship Sinks After Collision

By PATRICK KINGSLEY April 27, 2017 ISTANBUL — A Russian naval ship sank off Turkey’s Black Sea coast on Thursday after colliding with a merchant vessel, the Turkish…

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2 U.S. Service Members Killed in Afghanistan, Pentagon Says

They were killed in action targeting the Islamic State in the same region that the United States dropped a powerful bomb this month, a spokesman said.

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Seoul Journal: Amid Tensions, South Koreans Keep Calm and Carry On

Seoul Journal By MOTOKO RICH April 27, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea — The fourth graders sitting on a row of benches in central Seoul wore yellow rubber hoods,…

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Hissène Habré, Ex-Ruler of Chad, Loses War Crimes Appeal

By DIONNE SEARCEY and JAIME YAYA BARRY April 27, 2017 DAKAR, Senegal — A court in Senegal on Thursday upheld the war crimes conviction of Hissène Habré, the former leader of…

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German Soldier Posed as Syrian Refugee to Plan Attack, Officials Say

The army lieutenant, 28, who was said to have a “xenophobic background,” hid a loaded pistol at an airport in Vienna, prompting fears he had been…

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French Court Refuses to Extradite Former Kosovo Leader

By AURELIEN BREEDEN April 27, 2017 PARIS — A French court on Thursday turned down a Serbian request to extradite Ramush Haradinaj, a former guerrilla commander and prime…

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Hong Kong Protest Organizers Arrested Ahead of Expected Visit by China’s President

By ALAN WONG April 27, 2017 HONG KONG — The Hong Kong police arrested nine pro-democracy activists on Thursday, adding to a recent crackdown said to be aimed…

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Explosions Rock Damascus Airport; Syria Blames Israel

By IAN FISHER April 27, 2017 JERUSALEM — Syrian and rebel officials blamed Israel for several explosions on Thursday morning at warehouses near the Damascus airport that the…

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U.S. Antimissile System in South Korea Is Said to Be Nearly Operational

By GERRY MULLANY April 27, 2017 HONG KONG — The antimissile system that the United States deployed in South Korea over China’s objections is close to becoming operational,…

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Tillerson in No Rush to Fill Nearly 200 State Department Posts

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson wants to restructure the department before he fills top posts, an aide said — a timeline that alarms many of…

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Europe Edition: France, United Airlines, Maria Sharapova: Your Thursday Briefing

Europe Edition By PATRICK BOEHLER April 27, 2017 Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen, the two French presidential candidates,…

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Trump Tells Foreign Leaders That Nafta Can Stay for Now

In evening telephone calls with the president of Mexico and the prime minister of Canada, President Trump said he would quickly start the process of renegotiating…

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Far-Right Leaders Loathe the European Parliament, but Love Its Paychecks

By JAMES KANTER April 27, 2017 STRASBOURG, France — Marine Le Pen, the far-right leader trying to become president of France, already has a day job as a…

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Venezuela Says It Will Leave Pro-Democracy Organization

By NICHOLAS CASEY April 26, 2017 BOGOTÁ, Colombia — Venezuela said on Wednesday that it would pull out of the Organization of American States, which has long been…

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He Tweeted About Chinese Government Corruption. Twitter Suspended His Account.

By MICHAEL FORSYTHE April 26, 2017 Twitter on Wednesday briefly suspended the account of a Chinese-born billionaire who was using the social media service to publicize allegations of…

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The Drumbeats Don’t Add Up to Imminent War With North Korea

By MARK LANDLER April 26, 2017 WASHINGTON — President Trump summoned all 100 members of the Senate for a briefing by his war cabinet on the mounting tensions…

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Kevin O’Leary, Reality TV Star, Ends Bid to Lead Canada’s Conservatives

Mr. O’Leary said his failure to attract enough support in Quebec undermined his ability to lead the Conservatives to victory over the Liberal Party of Prime…

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Curb the Use of Overseas Tax Havens? Yes! But How?

By PATRICIA COHEN April 26, 2017 Wherever one may land on the applause-o-meter wired to President Trump’s latest outline for a tax makeover, it aims to fix an…

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Russia Bans Group Led by a Kremlin Critic as More Protests Loom

Russia’s prosecutor general labeled the Open Russia group “undesirable,” effectively making it illegal for the body to operate inside Russia.

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Asia and Australia Edition: China, Donald Trump, Pope Francis: Your Morning Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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Trump, Jonathan Demme, Ann Coulter: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing

By KAREN ZRAICK and SANDRA STEVENSON April 26, 2017 (Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good evening. Here’s the latest. 1. The Trump administration shook up…

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In Mexico, an Epidemic of Fuel Thefts Becomes a Crisis

By KIRK SEMPLE April 26, 2017 SAN SALVADOR HUIXCOLOTLA, Mexico — Some of the day’s first customers pull into the produce market at dawn, but not with fruit…

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Protests, Taliban and a Warlord’s Return: Afghan Leader Faces a Tough Year Ahead

By MUJIB MASHAL and JAWAD SUKHANYAR April 26, 2017 KABUL, Afghanistan — In another sign of a tough year ahead for President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan, supporters of his embattled…

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Marine Le Pen Draws Cheers in Macron’s Hometown, and He Gets Boos

By AURELIEN BREEDEN April 26, 2017 PARIS — France’s presidential contest moved on Wednesday to an unlikely arena: a tumble dryer factory in the country’s north where, if…

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Chided by Brussels, Hungary’s Leader Attacks George Soros

At a meeting of European lawmakers, Prime Minister Viktor Orban called the Hungarian-American financier “an open enemy of the euro.”

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Cuito Cuanavale Journal: In Angolan Town, Land Mines Still Lurk ‘Behind Every Bush’

Cuito Cuanavale Journal By NORIMITSU ONISHI April 26, 2017 CUITO CUANAVALE, Angola — Domingos Luis, a 20-year-old farmer, has lived his entire life in a hamlet surrounded by…

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Kashmir Shuts Down Social Networks for a Month

By NIDA NAJAR April 26, 2017 NEW DELHI — The government in India’s Jammu and Kashmir State ordered internet service providers in the restive Kashmir valley to block…

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Pope Francis Urges TED Audience to Nurture Ties With Others

By RUSSELL GOLDMAN April 26, 2017 Pope Francis urged an audience of technophiles and entrepreneurs on Tuesday to use their powers of curiosity and inquiry to explore and…

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Over 1,000 Police Officers Are Detained in Raids in Turkey

By PATRICK KINGSLEY April 26, 2017 ISTANBUL — More than a thousand Turkish police officers, accused of being “secret imams” for an American-based cleric who the authorities have…

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United Airlines Faces Questions Over Death of Giant Rabbit

By KATRIN BENNHOLD April 26, 2017 LONDON — Call it the curse of O’Hare. Less than three weeks after a passenger was dragged off a United Airlines flight…

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Australian TV Host Draws Fire for Invoking Offshore Detention on Anzac Day

The Muslim activist’s Facebook post on the holiday honoring Australia’s war dead stirred anger for its references to island detention centers and Syria.

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How Syria and Russia Spun a Chemical Strike

A New York Times investigation shows how Syria and its main partner, Russia, have distorted the facts surrounding the chemical weapons attack on Khan Sheikhoun.

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Le dépouillement des vieilles maisons met en danger un patrimoine national

Dans les campagnes françaises, et particulièrement dans les zones rurales de l’est et du centre, le patrimoine architectural est dépouillé par des spéculateurs et revendu, souvent…

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On the Mosul Front, a Brutal Battle Against ISIS and Time

Times reporters witnessed the grinding, block-by-block fight for western Mosul, where civilians are trapped near Islamic State vehicle bombs and snipers.

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Genocide’s Legacy: Preserving Auschwitz

Nazi Germany’s largest death camp is under construction in order to preserve the memory of the Holocaust.

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Fearing War, Women From North and South Korea Urge Trump to Seek Peace

By CHOE SANG-HUN April 26, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea — As the White House prepared to brief members of the Senate on North Korea on Wednesday, female activists…

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Europe Edition: Marine Le Pen, Ivanka Trump, Israel: Your Wednesday Briefing

Europe Edition By PATRICK BOEHLER April 26, 2017 Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • Anger over the effects of globalization drove French voters to support…

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China Launches Its First Aircraft Carrier Built at Home

By CHRIS BUCKLEY April 25, 2017 BEIJING — China’s first domestically built aircraft carrier slipped into the sea for the first time on Wednesday, after days of publicity…

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Asia and Australia Edition: North Korea, France, Ivanka Trump: Your Morning Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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