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United in Rage, Protesters Take to Streets for Global Climate Strikes

Thousands of young people poured into the streets on Friday in an urgent call for action against climate change.

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Who First Circled the Globe? Spain Wants You to Know It Wasn’t Magellan

The Spanish officer Juan Sebastián Elcano completed the voyage after the Portuguese explorer died halfway. Five centuries later, it’s a matter of national pride — and…

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Your Friday Briefing

Climate Strike, Whistle-Blower, Iran: Here’s what you need to know.

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Arabic Readers in Israel Have to Hope the Border Guards Are Sloppy

Books by famed Arab authors, and Arabic translations of writers like Orwell and Joyce, are scarce because of an Israeli ban on imports from Lebanon, Syria…

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Anti-Immigrant Venom Killed Their South African Dreams

Hundreds of Nigerians fleeing mob attacks have been airlifted out of South Africa, leaving behind their jobs and stores, homes and hopes.

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U.K.’s Boris Johnson Hits Brexit Trouble. Except in Polls.

Despite multiple setbacks, Boris Johnson could still win a general election. Analysts say that, like President Trump, he has played to his core.

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Kiribati Cuts Taiwan Ties in Favor of China, Further Challenging Taipei

The decision to establish diplomatic relations with Beijing left just 15 nations still officially recognizing Taiwan as a sovereign nation.

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China Detains FedEx Pilot Amid Rising U.S.-China Tensions

The seizure of the pilot, based on an object in his luggage, marks the latest in a series of difficulties for American travelers and companies.

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As Modi Heads to U.S. to Receive Gates Award, Controversy Follows Him

Activists urged the Gates Foundation not to recognize India’s prime minister with a prestigious award. They accuse him of leading India into “deadly chaos.”

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Your Friday Briefing

Climate strike, YouTube, Saudi Arabia: Here’s what you need to know.

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How Rugby Became a Touchstone for a Reporter Abroad

As the Rugby World Cup kicks off today, one correspondent traveling abroad reflects on how the sport made her feel closer to home and friends.

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Attack on Saudi Arabia Tests U.S. Guarantee to Defend Gulf

The American hesitation to take military action may signal a weakening of its commitment to protect the Arab Persian Gulf and could embolden Iran.

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Brownface, Blackface and About-Face. Is Trudeau Who He Says He Is?

Many Canadians saw Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s record in office as evidence in his favor, if not enough to exonerate him for recent photos and video…

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Mark von Hagen, 65, Dies; Reviewed Times’s 1931 Soviet Coverage

A historian, he was asked by the paper to judge whether a correspondent’s Pulitzer Prize should be revoked because of biased reporting. He said it should…

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Your Friday Briefing

Trudeau’s brownface scandal grows.

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Birds Are Vanishing From North America

The number of birds in the United States and Canada has declined by 3 billion, or 29 percent, over the past half-century, scientists find.

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U.S. Cuts $100 Million in Aid to Afghanistan, Citing Government Corruption

The funding cut was announced a week before Afghanistan holds national elections, and in the wake of failed peace talks with the Taliban.

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Siberian Shaman on Trek to ‘Cast Out’ Putin From the Kremlin Is Arrested

Jittery about unrest, Russian security forces detained the mystic on his self-proclaimed mission to drive out President Vladimir V. Putin, whom he called a “demon.”

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South Sudan Oil Consortium Funded Militias Accused of Atrocities, Report Says

The report by a watchdog group linked Dar Petroleum Operating Company to the president and outlined other major players it said were complicit in violence and…

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Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, Former President of Tunisia, Dies at 83

The autocrat who inspired the Arab Spring revolts of 2011, he died in exile in Saudi Arabia, which had refused Tunisian requests to extradite him.

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Trump National Security Team to Meet on Possible Iran Options

President Trump has said that the United States retains the “ultimate option” of a military strike to punish Iran for its behavior, but also made clear…

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With Brownface Photos, Is Trudeau Who He Portrays Himself to Be?

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada has cast himself as spokesman for the world’s liberals. But a series of episodes challenge that view.

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India Plans to Ban E-Cigarettes, as Global Backlash Intensifies

Juul and other manufacturers had hoped to expand to the country, which has one of the highest rates of tobacco use in the world.

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Gulalai Ismail, Feminist Hunted by Pakistan’s Authorities, Escapes to U.S.

After months on the run accused of treason, Ms. Ismail made it to New York. Human rights defenders say she is innocent. Senators are ready to…

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Fighter Pilot Is Left Dangling From Power Lines After F-16 Crash

The Belgian Air Force jet went down over western France, causing both pilots onboard to use their ejector seats and parachutes. Both escaped with minor injuries.

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Iran’s Foreign Minister Vows ‘All-Out War’ if U.S. or Saudis Strike

“We don’t want war,” Mohammad Javad Zarif told CNN, “but we won’t blink to defend our territory.” U.S. and Saudi officials have blamed Iran for an…

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Netanyahu, Like His Foe, Calls for Unity Government, but Conflicts Remain

The prime minister called on his rival, Benny Gantz, to meet right away, in a dramatic bid to remain in power. His opponents say it may…

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Sterilized Workers Seek to Collect Damages Against Dow Chemical in France

A pesticide made by Dow Chemical sterilized thousands of banana workers in Nicaragua decades ago. In an unusual legal move, they are turning to France to…

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A Powerful Lure: Owning a Guesthouse in Morocco

For many expatriates, the exotic port city of Essaouira seems a perfect place to settle. But finding success in business can be challenging.

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Philippines Declares Polio Outbreak After 19 Years Free of the Disease

The country’s health secretary said that government scientists had confirmed one case in the southern province of Lanao del Sur and were looking at another suspected…

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In Pakistan-Held Kashmir, Growing Calls for Independence

An emboldened independence movement in Pakistan-held Kashmir has the government on edge, emerging as the state tries to rein in anti-India militants.

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Your Thursday Briefing

Justin Trudeau, Donald Trump, San Francisco: Here’s what you need to know.

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Syrian Children Saved a German Village. And a Village Saved Itself.

Four years after Germany took in over one million migrants, integration is quietly working, one village at a time.

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1894: Germany Arrests Russian Official Accused of Spying

A naval attaché was detained on suspicion of espionage, and a high-ranking police officer was sent to investigate.

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Taliban Blast Kills at Least 20 in Latest Spasm of Violence in Afghanistan

The attack, just before planned national elections, came two days after an attack took 26 lives outside a rally for President Ashraf Ghani.

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Australia’s Toughest Question: How Close Is Too Close to China?

A furor involving the country’s first Chinese-born member of Parliament highlights the country’s struggle over where to draw the line on links to Beijing.

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Your Thursday Briefing

Iran, Brexit, Justin Trudeau: Here’s what you need to know.

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2001 Photo of Trudeau in Brownface Makeup Roils Canada Election

The re-election campaign of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada was thrown into turmoil Wednesday when Time magazine published a 2001 photograph of him in brownface…

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Israel’s Arab Politicians Emerge With New Political Heft

A higher voter turnout translated into power for Israel’s Arab alliance, opening up possibilities for a more influential role in the political arena.

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Security Dogs Sent to Jordan Have Died or Fallen Sick, Report Says

A federal report on a State Department antiterrorism program said at least 10 bomb-sniffing dogs had died of medical issues from 2008 to 2016.

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Your Thursday Briefing

Tracing China’s Twitter trolls.

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After a Divisive Israeli Election, Calls for Unity

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who tried to win on the strength of his right-wing and religious base, appears to have fallen short of a majority.

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Britain’s Supreme Court Is Thrust Into Center of Brexit Debate

A case against Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament is testing Britain’s Supreme Court and its tradition of steering clear of political disputes.

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France Didn’t Ban Pesticides Near Towns. So Mayors Are Doing It Themselves.

A mayor banned pesticide use on the farms surrounding his village. Even though he was prosecuted for doing so, dozens of other mayors have followed his…

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A Filmmaker Set Out to Understand the Japanese Right. Now He’s Being Sued.

A documentary concludes that conservatives who deny the sexual enslavement of “comfort women” are “revisionists.” Conservatives interviewed in the film say they were defamed.

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Fire at Islamic School in Liberia Kills at Least 27, Police Say

Many children were thought to be among the victims of the blaze, which destroyed a dormitory and another building east of Monrovia.

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Israel Elections: Netanyahu Is in Trouble, and Other Takeaways

Israeli voters went to the polls on Tuesday for the second time in five months. The results aren’t certain, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to…

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Iran’s President May Skip U.N. Meeting, Blaming U.S. Obstacles

The news came as Saudi Arabia prepared to make public what it said was evidence of Tehran’s responsibility for airstrikes on oil processing facilities in the…

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Hong Kong Protests Force Cancellation of Horse Races at Iconic Track

The popular horse races — which draw a mix of Cantonese bettors and beer-swilling expats — had until now been largely unhurt by the unrest roiling…

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Your Wednesday Briefing

Israel, California, Federal Reserve: Here’s what you need to know.

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Does Influencer Grammar Matter?

In Southeast Asia, watchdog accounts call out misspelled and otherwise muddled English-language captions.

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War Made Her a Refugee. Now She’s Finding ‘Home’ in Amsterdam’s Counterculture.

It has been seven years since Souad fled Syria. In the Netherlands, she is learning to define herself as more than just a Muslim, a Syrian…

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What Really Brought Down the Boeing 737 Max?

Malfunctions caused two deadly crashes. But an industry that puts unprepared pilots in the cockpit is just as guilty.

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Duterte Says He Ordered a Hit on a Politician. (A Spokesman Says He Misspoke.)

“I ambushed you, you animal, and you still survived,” the Philippine president said of a mayor who was attacked by gunmen last year.

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U.S. Outlines Plans to Scrutinize Chinese and Other Foreign Investment

International deals involving technology and real estate could be blocked under proposed new rules that would add teeth to a law passed last year.

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Your Wednesday Briefing

Israel, Iran, Spain elections: Here’s what you need to know.

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After Tight Israeli Election, Netanyahu’s Tenure Appears Perilous

The winner of Israel’s do-over election was too close to call early Wednesday, but exit polls pointed to serious obstacles for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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Spain Heads to 4th Election in 4 Years After Failure to Form Government

Spain was plunged into political uncertainty after talks to form a government collapsed, forcing another national election in November.

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Nobel Peace Laureate May Face Prosecution Over Myanmar Military’s Actions

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s civilian leader, once was a democracy icon. Now she’s an international pariah because of the Myanmar military’s brutality.

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Spanish Court Calls U.S. Extradition Request Politically Motivated

A Spanish court said that the United States’ request was politically motivated, and that drug trafficking charges leveled against the former intelligence chief lacked sufficient detail.

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Your Wednesday Briefing

Indonesia is burning.

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The Most Powerful Lightning Bolts Strike in Unexpected Places

Superbolts are extremely rare, and thousands of times more powerful than the tendrils in the typical electrical storm.

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Israel Election Live Updates: Exit Polls Show Tight Race

Israelis are deciding the political fate of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a contest that has revolved around whether Jewish voters want their country to become…

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Little-Known Professor and a Media Mogul Advance in Tunisia’s Presidential Election

The two populists will vie for the country’s top job in a runoff election next month.

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‘Midnight Traveler’ Review: A Refugee Family’s Search for Safe Harbor

The global migration crisis comes into intimate view in this documentary about an Afghan family’s arduous journey toward asylum.

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Getty Trust to Invest $100 Million in Saving Threatened Antiquities

The money will go toward preserving ancient artifacts that are in danger because of crises like war and climate change.

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Israel Votes in Do-Over Election: Live Updates

Israelis are deciding the political fate of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a contest that has revolved around whether Jewish voters want their country to become…

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Hard-Liners in Iran See No Drawback to Bellicose Strategy

Trying to win sanctions relief, officials in Tehran believe they can lash out against American allies without suffering serious penalties, analysts say.

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In Rare Show of Defiance, Russian Celebrities Rally Behind Jailed Actor

Though the theater and film industries are firmly controlled by the Kremlin, many Russian actors spoke out against what they called a trumped-up case.

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Ecuador Investigates Data Breach of Some 20 Million People

The trove of personal details was found on an unsecured server in Florida, though it was unclear whether anyone had gained access to the information.

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Hard-Liners in Iran See No Drawback to Bellicose Strategy

Trying to win sanctions relief, officials in Tehran believe they can lash out against American allies without suffering serious penalties, analysts say.

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U.S. Examining Missile and Drone Parts for Clues in Saudi Oil Attacks

American investigators are gathering evidence to bolster their claim that Iran was responsible for attacking oil facilities in Saudi Arabia.

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Indonesian Wildfires Choke Region in Blanket of Smoke

Thousands of fires, most of them set to clear land for plantations that make palm oil, created thick clouds of smoke that disrupted air travel and…

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Your Tuesday Briefing

Iran, Israel, General Motors: Here’s what you need to know.

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Blast at Rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani Kills at Least 24

Mr. Ghani was not hurt, officials said. The bombing in northern Afghanistan comes in an election season that has labored under threats of violence by the…

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Putin Says Saudis Should Buy Russian Missiles, to Laughter From Iran

President Putin said he was “ready to provide appropriate assistance” to the Saudis after attacks on their oil installations, suggesting Riyadh should buy Russian surface-to-air missiles.

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​Job One for Saudis’ New Energy Chief: Picking Up the Pieces

Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman was named energy minister less than a week before an aerial attack crippled Saudi Arabia’s oil production.

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A Professor’s Killing Sends a Chill Through a Campus in Pakistan

A student said he killed Prof. Khalid Hameed, a well-liked teacher, because he insulted Islam. Now his colleagues are being very careful about what they say.

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Israeli Vote Hinges on a Mosaic of Competing Groups

Israeli politics can be tribal, with loyalties to ethnic groups, religious factions and ideologies as strong a factor in voting as views on particular issues. Here’s…

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Israeli Vote Hinges on a Mosaic of Competing Groups

Israeli politics can be tribal, with loyalties to ethnic groups, religious factions and ideologies as strong a factor in voting as views on particular issues. Here’s…

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Train Derails in Hong Kong, Injuring 3 and Snarling Commute

One man and two women were hospitalized after the rush-hour derailment. Such accidents are exceedingly rare in Hong Kong, and the cause was not immediately clear.

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Your Tuesday Briefing

Oil, Trump taxes, Israel election: Here’s what you need to know.

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Venezuela’s Maduro Trains Sights on Opposition’s Last Bastion: Congress

President Maduro’s Socialist Party legislators are retaking their seats in Congress, threatening the power base of Juan Guaidó, the congressional leader who has also claimed the…

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As Congo’s Ebola Outbreak Drags On, Untracked Cases Sow Confusion

On tour in Africa, American officials said the U.S. would keep providing aid. But Congo’s response has been uneven, and the former health minister has been…

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Your Tuesday Briefing

Confusion around Saudi Arabia attacks.

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‘Waiting for All of It to End’: A Marine’s Battlefield View of U.S. Strategy in Afghanistan

In February 2010, in the Taliban sanctuary of Marja, we were fighting to let Afghanistan build a democracy. Or something like that.

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Baby Chimpanzees’ Case Reveals Nepal as a Trafficking Hot Spot

Five men were convicted of smuggling two baby chimpanzees through Nepal, which has become a hot-spot for traffickers.

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A Shadowy Industry Group Shapes Food Policy Around the World

The International Life Sciences Institute, with branches in 17 countries, is funded by giants of the food and drug industries.

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U.S. Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Just Over a Week After Trump Scraps Peace Talks

The soldier, who was killed while fighting alongside Afghan commandos in Wardak Province, is the 17th American service member to die during combat operations this year.

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Saudi Arabia Says Iranian Weapons Were Used in Strikes on Oil Facilities

American officials have blamed Iran for the attacks on Saturday that slashed Saudi production, but the Houthi faction, allied with Iran, claimed responsibility.

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In Blow to Taiwan, Solomon Islands Is Said to Switch Relations to China

The move, which Taiwan denounced as bribery by Beijing, is a setback to both Taipei’s global standing and Washington’s regional diplomacy in the Pacific.

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Houthi Forces in Yemen Warn of More Attacks on Saudi Oil Systems

American officials have blamed Iran for the attacks on Saturday that slashed Saudi production, but the Houthi faction, allied with Iran, claimed responsibility.

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Student Arrested During Hong Kong Protests Had a Butter Knife, University Says

Classmates marched through campus and broke doors to protest the detention. His school said he had been carrying the implement to cut cake for a festival.

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Student Arrested During Hong Kong Protests Had a Butter Knife, University Says

Classmates marched through campus and broke doors to protest the detention. His school said he had been carrying the implement to cut cake for a festival.

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Spain Rejects U.S. Request to Extradite Ex-Venezuelan Spy Chief

Spain’s national court ordered the release of Hugo Carvajal, who was detained in April on a drug-trafficking warrant issued by the United States.

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86 Tigers From Notorious Thai Temple Died in Government Custody

The tigers were among 147 seized from the temple zoo in 2016 because of concern over close contact with tourists and illegal trading in tiger parts.

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Iran Rules Out Meeting Between Trump and Rouhani

Iran’s Foreign Ministry dismissed the possibility of a meeting between President Hassan Rouhani and President Trump during the United Nations General Assembly.

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Israel’s Do-Over Election: Déjà Vu or a Chance for Change?

Israelis vote on Tuesday in the second election in five months. Could this be Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s last stand?

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Boris Johnson and Jean-Claude Juncker to Hold Crucial Brexit Talks

Mr. Juncker, the head of the European Commission, called Brexit a “continental tragedy,” while Mr. Johnson compared Britain to the Hulk, a big, green comic book…

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Your Monday Briefing

Iran, Purdue Pharma, Ric Ocasek: Here’s what you need to know.

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