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U.N.’s Famine Appeal Is Billions Shy of Goal

By SOMINI SENGUPTA March 23, 2017 UNITED NATIONS — A month ago, the secretary general of the United Nations, António Guterres, warned that 20 million people would fall…

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A Russian Critic of Putin Is Assassinated in Ukraine

By ANDREW E. KRAMER March 23, 2017 KIEV, Ukraine — A former Russian lawmaker who fled to Ukraine last year was gunned down on a sidewalk in Kiev on…

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‘Defiant’ in the Face of Terrorism: Londoners After the Attack

By PRASHANT S. RAO and AMIE TSANG March 23, 2017 LONDON — After the terrorist attack that struck London, a determined calm pervaded the city. A police cordon was in place…

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Man in Antwerp, Belgium, Tries to Drive Into Crowd

By MILAN SCHREUER March 23, 2017 PARIS — A French resident tried to drive over pedestrians on a crowded shopping street in the Belgian port city of Antwerp…

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Fax-Wielding Witness Tries to Link Japan’s Prime Minister to Scandal

By MOTOKO RICH March 23, 2017 TOKYO — He said he had in his hand a fax. It was not quite Joseph McCarthy and his list, but in…

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Taliban Take an Afghan District, Sangin, That Many Marines Died to Keep

By TAIMOOR SHAH and ROD NORDLAND March 23, 2017 KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — The Taliban captured the strategic district of Sangin in the southern province of Helmand on Thursday, according to…

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Among the Victims of the London Attack: Keith Palmer and Aysha Frade

Keith Palmer, 48, a police constable, was one of four victims killed in the attack in London on Wednesday. The assailant also died. By GERRY MULLANY and HANNAH OLIVENNES March…

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A Life Sentence in Cambodia, but Kem Ley’s Murder Is Far From Solved

By JULIA WALLACE and NEOU VANNARIN March 23, 2017 PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — A Cambodian court on Thursday sentenced a man to life in prison for the brazen killing of…

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As Hong Kong Chooses Its Next Leader, China Still Pulls the Strings

By ALAN WONG March 23, 2017 HONG KONG — For the fifth time in the two decades since this former British colony’s return to Chinese rule, Hong Kong’s…

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New Videos Appear to Show Congolese Soldiers Shooting Civilians

By STEVE WEMBI March 23, 2017 KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of Congo — The emergence on Monday of several videos that appear to show uniformed soldiers shooting Congolese civilians…

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U.K. Police Arrest 7 After Attack Outside Parliament

By DAN BILEFSKY March 23, 2017 LONDON — A day after one of the worst terrorist attacks in Britain in more than a decade, the police said on…

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Europe Edition: London, Syria, Erdogan: Your Thursday Briefing

Europe Edition By PATRICK BOEHLER March 23, 2017 Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • In London, a lone assailant plowed a sport utility vehicle into…

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Brazil Meat Scandal Is Called ‘a Punch in the Stomach’

By DOM PHILLIPS March 22, 2017 RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil’s meat industry has taken “a punch in the stomach,” with exports plummeting in the wake of a…

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South Korea Raises Ferry That Sank in 2014 Disaster

By CHOE SANG-HUN March 22, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea — A South Korean ferry that sank nearly three years ago, killing more than 300 people — most of…

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Issue 5: Tears and the Great Barrier Reef

By DAMIEN CAVE March 22, 2017 Damien Cave emails readers of his Australia newsletter twice a month, providing behind-the-scenes insights, recommendations, and feedback from readers. That email also…

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Time Short to Avert Starvation in Yemen and Somalia, Red Cross Says

By REUTERS March 22, 2017 GENEVA — The world has only three to four months to save millions of people in Yemen and Somalia from starvation, as…

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Erdogan Warns Europeans on Their Safety as Tensions Rise With West

By PATRICK KINGSLEY March 22, 2017 KASTAMONU, Turkey — President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey warned Europeans on Wednesday that they would no longer be able to walk…

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In a Surprise, the Overseas Movie Box Office Shows No Growth

By BROOKS BARNES March 22, 2017 LOS ANGELES — Hollywood’s overseas engine conked out in 2016. For the last decade, movie studios have relied on the international box…

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U.S. Airlifts Hundreds of Militia Fighters in Attack to Cut Off Raqqa

By MICHAEL R. GORDON and ANNE BARNARD March 22, 2017 WASHINGTON — Hundreds of Syrian fighters and their American advisers were airlifted by United States helicopters across enemy lines on Tuesday…

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Tomb of Jesus Reopens to Public After $3 Million Restoration

By RUSSELL GOLDMAN March 22, 2017 Thousands of Christian pilgrims and members of the clergy gathered at a modest shrine in Jerusalem’s Old City on Wednesday to celebrate…

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London Attack: What We Know and Don’t Know

By THE NEW YORK TIMES March 22, 2017 What We Know • The police said officers had been summoned to Westminster Bridge around 2:40 p.m. after reports of “a firearms…

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Hunt for Joseph Kony, No Longer Seen as a Threat, May Shrink

By ZACK BADDORF and ERIC SCHMITT March 22, 2017 BANGUI, Central African Republic — The Pentagon is poised to significantly scale back a decade-long mission to capture or kill Joseph…

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The Swallowed Cigarette Butt and Other Legends of President Duterte

By RICHARD C. PADDOCK March 22, 2017 The story went like this: A Filipino tourist was sitting in a restaurant in Davao City and refused to put out his…

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Shooting Reported Outside U.K. Parliament

By STEPHEN CASTLE March 22, 2017 LONDON — Members of the House of Commons found themselves under lockdown on Wednesday afternoon after reports of a shooting outside the…

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China Bets on Sensitive U.S. Start-Ups, Worrying the Pentagon

By PAUL MOZUR and JANE PERLEZ March 22, 2017 HONG KONG — When the United States Air Force wanted help making military robots more perceptive, it turned to a Boston-based…

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Malai Journal: They Smashed Banks for Pol Pot. Now They’re Founding Them.

Malai Journal By JULIA WALLACE March 22, 2017 MALAI, Cambodia — For years, Tep Khunnal was the devoted personal secretary of Pol Pot, staying loyal to the charismatic…

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Duterte Aide Bristles at Times Article, Calling It a ‘Hack Job’

By FELIPE VILLAMOR March 22, 2017 MANILA — The Philippine government sharply criticized The New York Times on Wednesday for an article profiling the country’s president, Rodrigo Duterte,…

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U.S. Airstrike in Syria Is Said to Kill Dozens of Civilians

By ANNE BARNARD March 22, 2017 BEIRUT, Lebanon — At least 30 civilians have been killed in an airstrike by the United States-led coalition fighting the Islamic State…

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India’s ‘Phone Romeos’ Look for the Right One Through Wrong Numbers

By ELLEN BARRY March 22, 2017 LUCKNOW, India — In a glass-sided call center, police constables clicketyclack on computer keyboards, on the trail of a particularly Indian sort…

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U.S. General Urges Nuclear Upgrade as Russia Grows ‘More Aggressive’

By RICK GLADSTONE March 22, 2017 The general who oversees the United States’ atomic weapons arsenal has expressed concern over what he described as “much more aggressive” behavior…

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Rome Defies New Anti-Establishment Mayor With the Same Old Problems

By GAIA PIANIGIANI March 22, 2017 ROME — It has not been an easy nine months for Virginia Raggi since she was elected Rome’s first female mayor on…

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North Korea Launches Missile, but Test Appears to Fail

By CHOE SANG-HUN March 22, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea fired a missile off its east coast on Wednesday, but the test apparently was a failure,…

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At Chatsworth House, a Tale of Five Centuries

By ELIZABETH PATON March 22, 2017 LONDON — If walls could talk, Chatsworth House, with its sublime Painted Hall, Sculpture Gallery and endless parade of gilded staterooms, would…

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In a Reversal, Turkey Halts Campaign to Court Turkish Voters in Germany

By PATRICK KINGSLEY March 21, 2017 ISTANBUL — Turkey’s governing party said on Tuesday that it would no longer send representatives to Germany to campaign for a constitutional…

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Lawyer for Family of Sergei Magnitsky, Dead Russian Whistle-Blower, Is Seriously Injured

By ANDREW HIGGINS March 21, 2017 MOSCOW — A lawyer representing the family of Sergei L. Magnitsky, a Russian auditor and lawyer who died in prison in 2009…

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U.S. Military Investigating Reports of Civilian Deaths in Syria Airstrike

Military officials say the airstrike targeted Qaeda operatives, but activists and residents have said the site was part of a religious complex where 49 civilians were…

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Barred From Canadian Embassy Parties: Cardboard Trudeau

By DAN LEVIN March 21, 2017 He was the consummate politician: tall, dapper and always willing to be trotted out for public appearances, even when someone licked his…

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French Interior Minister Resigns Amid Financial Inquiry

By BENOÎT MORENNE March 21, 2017 PARIS — France’s interior minister, Bruno Le Roux, announced on Tuesday that he was stepping down, after a financial prosecution office said…

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Coincidence or Message? A Timeline of Provocative Acts by North Korea

By RICK GLADSTONE March 21, 2017 North Korea is well known for provocative acts aimed at its most immediate adversaries — South Korea, the United States and Japan….

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In a Rare Survey, Cubans Express a Hunger for Economic Growth

By AZAM AHMED March 21, 2017 MEXICO CITY — A hunger for economic opportunity. An embrace of tourism. Hope in a new era of normalized relations with the…

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Family of C.I.A. Consultant Sues Iran Over His Disappearance

The family of Robert A. Levinson, who vanished in Iran in 2007, claims that the country used a campaign of deception to conceal its role in…

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Trump Lays Plans to Reverse Obama’s Climate Change Legacy

By CORAL DAVENPORT March 21, 2017 WASHINGTON — President Trump is poised in the coming days to announce his plans to dismantle the centerpiece of President Barack Obama’s…

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Warnings of a ‘Powder Keg’ in Libya as ISIS Regroups

Punishing strikes in December and January hurt the terrorist group, but it is exploiting the chaos and political vacuum gripping the country, American and allied officials…

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New Fighting Grips Outskirts of Syrian Capital

For the first time in years, rebels demonstrated that they can threaten the capital of Syria, as fierce fighting continued for a third day on the…

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Resurgent Syrian Rebels Reach Doorstep of Damascus

The advance, the first of its kind in years, showed that the groups could still threaten the capital despite a long string of defeats around the…

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North Korea Flexes Its Military Muscle on YouTube, With Added Effects

The propaganda video, which depicts a United States aircraft carrier being consumed by computer-generated balls of fire, coincided with a joint American-South Korean military exercise.

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Asia and Australia Edition: Trump Administration, Neil Gorsuch, Rodrigo Duterte: Your Morning Briefing

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

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What Travelers Should Know About New Restrictions on Devices

Who is affected by the flight restriction, and what should you do?

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IHT Retrospective Blog: 1967: Cool to Spring, Parisians Begin Mass Easter Exodus

Following the mildest winter in 20 years, Parisians prepared to leave town for their Easter holiday.

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8 Parcel Bombs Are Found in Greece

The packages resembled devices sent last week to the German finance minister and to the International Monetary Fund’s offices in Paris, officials said.

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Malaysia to Show ‘Beauty and the Beast’ With Gay Scene, Exhibitors Say

By RICHARD C. PADDOCK March 21, 2017 BANGKOK — The film “Beauty and the Beast” will open next week in Malaysia despite earlier objections from the country’s Film Censorship…

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Derge Journal: Printing the Ancient Way Keeps Buddhist Texts Alive in Tibet

Derge Journal By EDWARD WONG March 21, 2017 DERGE, China — The dozen or so Tibetan men wearing aprons sat in pairs in low chairs, facing each other….

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Suicide Bomber in Afghanistan Rams Car at Militia Base, Officials Say

The suicide bomber in Helmand Province appeared to have chosen a car that resembled one being used by the militia. One security official put the death…

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In Japan, Right-Wing School Scandal Entangles 2 Women Close to Abe

A scandal over accusations that a right-wing education group received improper political favors has dented Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s popularity, and his feminist credentials.

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Roger Stone, the ‘Trickster’ on Trump’s Side, Is Under F.B.I. Scrutiny

By MAGGIE HABERMAN March 21, 2017 In President Trump’s oft-changing world order, Roger J. Stone Jr., the onetime political consultant and full-time provocateur, has been one of the…

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Marine Le Pen Sharpens Attack on Emmanuel Macron in French Debate

By ADAM NOSSITER March 21, 2017 PARIS — The French far-right leader Marine Le Pen clashed sharply with her probable presidential opponent, the centrist Emmanuel Macron, over immigration,…

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Becoming Duterte: The Making of a Philippine Strongman

Becoming Duterte: The Making of a Philippine Strongman By RICHARD C. PADDOCK March 21, 2017 Rodrigo Duterte posing with an Uzi submachine gun in 1994, when he was mayor…

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Killer Says Duterte ‘Is Really Sadistic’

Edgar Matobato, who says he was an assassin on the Davao Death Squad for 24 years, contends its orders came from Rodrigo Duterte, then the mayor…

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Martin McGuinness, an I.R.A. Leader Turned Peacemaker, Dies at 66

By ROBERT D. McFADDEN March 21, 2017 Martin McGuinness, a former Irish Republican Army commander and Sinn Fein political leader who helped negotiate peace in Northern Ireland after decades…

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Europe Edition: Russia, France, Martin McGuinness: Your Tuesday Briefing

Europe Edition By PATRICK BOEHLER March 21, 2017 Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • The F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, confirmed that his agency was…

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Prosecutors Question Park Geun-hye, Former South Korean Leader, in Corruption Inquiry

By CHOE SANG-HUN March 20, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea — Park Geun-hye, the now-former president of South Korea who this month was removed from office in a historic…

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Falling Trees Kill at Least 19 at Kintampo Waterfall in Ghana

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS March 20, 2017 ACCRA, Ghana — A rainstorm toppled trees onto people at the Kintampo Waterfall in Ghana, killing at least 19, most of them…

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