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Heat Wave, Iran, ASAP Rocky: Your Friday Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

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Kosovo Leader Resigns After Being Called to War Crimes Court

Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj, a former commander of the separatist Kosovo Liberation Army, urged President Hashim Thaci to call an early parliamentary election.

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Iran Said to Seize British Tanker in Persian Gulf

Britain’s Defense Ministry said it was investigating reports that Iran had seized the British-flagged Stena Impero, a tanker bound for Saudi Arabia.

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Suicide Bombing at University Kills 10 as Violence Surges in Afghanistan

Despite a pledge to reduce civilian casualties, the Taliban have intensified attacks that kill civilians as well as soldiers.

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L. Bruce Laingen, Senior Hostage During Iran Crisis, Dies at 96

A career diplomat, he had only recently arrived in Tehran for a temporary diplomatic posting when the embassy was seized in 1979.

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Among Some Iranian Hard-liners, a Surprising New View: Talk to Trump

The idea of engaging with the Trump administration is led by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the ex-president known for his hard-line anti-American bombast.

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Returning to Lac Mégantic, a Scene of Great Disaster

As part of a series following up on disasters, The Times returned to Lac Mégantic, Quebec, where a train derailment killed 47 and recovery remains slow.

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Italy’s Government Parties Are Feuding, but Leaders Agree to Talk

The League party and Five Star Movement have been increasingly at odds, raising speculation that the coalition might collapse, forcing early elections.

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Iran Denies That U.S. Downed Its Drone in Strait of Hormuz

No Iranian drone was downed by the American military in the Strait of Hormuz, officials said, a day after President Trump made the claim.

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The Army’s Failure to Train and Equip Troops in Afghanistan

The recent deaths of U.S. service members in Afghanistan are part of a larger issue resulting from the Pentagon’s struggle to contend with multiple wars and…

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Most Wikipedia Profiles Are of Men. This Scientist Is Changing That.

Jessica Wade has added nearly 700 Wikipedia biographies for important female and minority scientists in less than two years.

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Hong Kong’s Approach to Protesters: No More Concessions

Carrie Lam’s administration is confident that it can weather further demonstrations, despite recent violent clashes and signs that the economy could suffer.

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A Onetime Star of Soviet TV Warns of the ‘Plague’ of Nationalism

Once a hero to Russian nationalists, Aleksandr G. Nevzorov has found a new cause and a growing audience in denouncing imperial fantasies.

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Strong Earthquake Rattles Athens

A 5.1-magnitude earthquake prompted people in the Greek capital to flee buildings, though initial reports suggested no major injuries or damage.

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Angela Merkel ‘Feels Solidarity’ for Congresswomen Targeted by Trump

The chancellor said the president’s “go back” comment ran counter to her impression of what had made America strong.

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New Members Flood U.K.’s Conservatives, Yanking the Party Right

A party of 160,000 paying members has had roughly 40,000 joiners in the past year. That has raised questions about whether this new wave helped radicalize…

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Australia Calls on China to Release Detained Writer

Foreign Minister Marise Payne said Yang Hengjun, a Chinese-born Australian, should be released “if he is being detained for his political views.”

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Netherlands Was 10 Percent Liable in Srebrenica Deaths, Top Dutch Court Finds

The Supreme Court reduced the state’s level of liability for damages in the deaths of 350 men and boys who were ordered out of a peacekeepers’…

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South Africa President Is Accused of Misleading Parliament About $36,000 Donation

President Cyril Ramaphosa has offered conflicting accounts about the money, given by a company that is involved in a government corruption inquiry.

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Philippine Vice President, a Duterte Foe, Is Charged in Plot Against Him

Vice President Leni Robredo was among 36 people charged in what opponents called a trumped-up case to discredit the president’s opponents.

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At Kyoto Animation, Women Were Central — and They Paid the Price in a Deadly Fire

The Japanese studio was known for employing women, and they made up almost two-thirds of the 33 people killed in an apparent arson fire.

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Your Friday Briefing

Eugene Scalia, Apollo 11, ‘The Lion King’: Here’s what you need to know.

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Jacob Zuma Withdraws from South Africa Anticorruption Commission

Mr. Zuma, who left office under a cloud of suspicion, had been the subject of intense questioning about his conduct while president.

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3 Sentenced to Death for Killing Scandinavian Hikers in Morocco

The men were tried under an antiterrorism law and were the main defendants in a case that put two dozen suspects on trial.

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South Korean Man Sets Himself on Fire at Japanese Embassy in Seoul

The Japanese embassy has been the site of passionate protests, especially now that Tokyo is curtailing exports of materials vital to South Korea’s high-tech products.

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Your Friday Briefing

Brexit, Iran, the space race: Here’s what you need to know.

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‘Go Back Home’: A Familiar Taunt for Some Australians

President Trump’s insult to four nonwhite congresswomen this week touched a nerve in Australia as well as the United States.

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Canada Earmarks $690 Million to Settle Claims of Sexual Misconduct in Military

The proposed settlement also commits the country’s military to improve its complaints process and to create a forum for victims to share their experiences with the…

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Will Hiding Like Counts Be Good for Instagram Users? Test Is Expanded to 6 More Countries

The social media platform theorizes that the move may reduce pressure on users.

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Argentina Designates Hezbollah Terrorist Group on 25th Anniversary of Bombing

The designation, which came a day before a visit by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, coincided with the anniversary of a 1994 attack on a Jewish…

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Donald Trump, Heat Wave, ‘Sesame Street’: Your Thursday Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

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Storied Russian Miniatures Dwindling in Face of Icon Revival

Russian miniatures — boxes painted with elaborate fairy tales — once replaced the holy icons banned by the Soviets, but now history is reversing itself.

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Yemen Has Been Prince Mohammed’s War. Now It’s His Quagmire.

The withdrawal of Saudi Arabia’s key ally in Yemen leaves Prince Mohammed with few good options. Now he is asking for increased American help.

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Your Friday Briefing

U.S. shoots down Iranian drone

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Afghan War Casualty Report: July 12-18

At least 92 pro-government forces and 45 civilians were killed in Afghanistan during the past week.

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American to Lead NATO Intelligence as Iraq-War-Era Concerns About U.S. Linger

The alliance’s intelligence arm has been a priority for President Trump, but the appointment could make NATO’s analysis look like a rubber stamp for Washington.

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Three Sentenced to Death in Murder of Scandinavian Tourists in Morocco

The men were tried under an antiterrorism law and were the main defendants in a case that put two dozen suspects on trial.

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Three Sentenced to Death in Murder of Tourists in Morocco

The men were tried under an antiterrorism law and were the main defendants in a case that put two dozen suspects on trial.

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France Nudges Europe Into Space Race, Where It Lags Behind

Fifty years after the Apollo 11 mission, a new French plan for a space command must overcome the reluctance of its European allies to weaponize space.

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Pakistan Arrests Former Prime Minister in Anticorruption Sweep

Opposition figures denounced the arrest of Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, a senior figure for Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, as part of a political vendetta.

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12 Israelis Are Held in Cyprus Over Rape of British Woman

The attack was said to have occurred at a hotel in the resort town of Ayia Napa, where the woman and the suspects, some of whom…

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Is Huawei a Security Threat? Vietnam Isn’t Taking Any Chances

As the world splits along U.S.-China fault lines, telecom companies in Vietnam appear to be quietly avoiding the Chinese tech giant in their 5G plans.

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U.K. Airline Fines Unruly Passenger $106,000 for ‘Dangerous Behavior’

Jet2 said the disruptive conduct of Chloe Haines, 25, had forced the deployment of two military jets to escort her flight back to an airport near…

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U.K. Lawmakers Create Hurdle to No-Deal Brexit, in Blow to Boris Johnson

They approved a plan to stop the next prime minister from suspending Parliament as a means of forcing through Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.

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An Airline Told a Breastfeeding Woman to Cover Up. Social Media Weighed In.

The Dutch carrier KLM told customers that it might ask mothers to cover themselves while breastfeeding onboard if other passengers were offended.

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Trump’s Immigration Measures, Far From New, Follow Europe’s Example

Both European and Australia have staked out similarly hard-nosed policies. In the long run, they are not very effective.

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10 Are Killed in Caste-Driven Land Dispute in India

The bloodshed that unfolded in a village about 500 miles from New Delhi was one of the deadliest land disputes in India in recent years.

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Iran Says It Seized Foreign Oil Tanker, Escalating Regional Tensions

It was not clear if the vessel involved, which Iran claimed was smuggling oil, was the United Arab Emirates ship that went missing over the weekend.

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Good News for Shinzo Abe: Japan’s Young Voters Lean Right, if They Vote at All

The prime minister’s party is favored to win an upper house parliamentary election on Sunday, with strong support from young Japanese who are happy with the…

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Your Thursday Briefing

Kyoto Animation, Ilhan Omar, Ricardo Rosselló: Here’s what you need to know.

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Trump’s Immigration Measures, Far From New, Follow Europe’s Example

Both European and Australia have staked out similarly hard-nosed policies. In the long run, they are not very effective.

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Seeking Soccer Talent, Club Executives Turn to Speed Dating

Talk is fast and movement can be frenzied as club executives meet in person to negotiate transfers.

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Dozens Hurt in Suspected Arson Fire at Japanese Anime Studio

Japanese news media reported that the police were questioning a suspect who said he had sprayed liquid at the studio, Kyoto Animation.

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Theresa May, Bulgaria, Latvia: Your Thursday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know.

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Five Million Bulgarians’ Personal Data Stolen in Hack

The data of more than five million people was stolen from Bulgaria’s tax agency. Someone emailed a claim of responsibility to news outlets, writing, “The state…

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U.S. Formally Cancels Sale of Fighter Jets to Turkey, a NATO Ally

Turkey, whose purchase of a Russian missile system has created friction, called the Trump administration’s move a “mistake that will cause irreparable wounds in our strategic…

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El Chapo’s Life Sentence a ‘Pyrrhic Victory’ for Mexico as Violence Soars

One of the biggest disappointments of El Chapo’s capture is that instead of ending the drug trade, it has instead been a major catalyst of the…

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El Chapo ‘Tried to Kill Me’: A Final Witness Confronts the Drug Lord

She emerged from the shadows of the Sinaloa cartel to speak out in court as El Chapo was sentenced to life in prison.

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House Votes to Block Arms Sales to Gulf Nations, Setting Up Trump’s Third Veto

The measures would block the sale of billions of dollars of arms to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. No other foreign policy issue has…

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Heat Wave, Congress, National Parks: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

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Earlier Ebola Outbreaks, and How the World Overcame Them

Hemorrhagic fever inspires almost mythic terror, but whether it can be beaten depends more on people than on medical advances.

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Fighting Next to U.S. Commandos, but Without the Same Training and Gear

So far this year, two American bomb disposal soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan while embedded with Special Forces.

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As Iran vs. West Tensions Rise, So Does Uncertainty Over Prisoners

Against the backdrop of worsening relations with Iran, the predicaments of foreign and dual-national prisoners there are getting more complicated.

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How The Times Analyzed the Migrant Center Airstrike

It seemed too outrageous that such a place would be bombed, but if it were true it might be a war crime. It was the middle…

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Your Thursday Briefing

How Notre-Dame was saved.

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Congo’s Ebola Outbreak Is Declared a Global Health Emergency

The World Health Organization issued the order as the ebola virus has infected more than 2,500 people and killed more than 1,660.

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On Eve of Her Exit, May Denounces Political Rancor. Some Blame Her for It.

In her valedictory speech Mrs. May attacked the “politics of winners and losers, of absolutes and of perpetual strife.” But critics says her leadership has stoked…

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Un train explose et fait 47 morts. Six ans plus tard, les wagons qui traversent les villes canadiennes ne sont pas plus rassurants.

Devant l’ampleur du désastre en ce 6 juillet 2013, le Canada est scandalisé, sous le choc. Toutes les villes, grandes et petites, sont de plus en…

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Congo’s Ebola Epidemic Is Declared a Global Health Emergency

The World Health Organization issued the order as the disease has spread and caused more than 1,660 deaths.

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One Thing You Can Do: Know Your Tree Facts

Also this week, visiting some very big bears in a very hot Alaska.

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Gunmen Attack Turkish Diplomats in Kurdish Region of Iraq

At least one consulate employee was killed in the shooting at a restaurant, the authorities said. It was not immediately clear who was behind the assault.

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British-Iranian Woman Is Moved From Tehran Jail to Psychiatric Hospital

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has been detained since 2016, was transferred this week. Her family said they were concerned as she had been out of contact for…

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As Trump Meeting Looms, Pakistan Anti-Terrorist Police Arrest Hafiz Saeed

Mr. Saeed, founder of the group behind the deadly attacks in India in 2008, was placed in custody days before Prime Minister Imran Khan is due…

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What Boris Johnson’s Forgotten Novel Says About the U.K.’s Likely Leader

He’s the author of a farce called “Seventy-Two Virgins,” a Churchill biography and a book in verse about pushy parents. They all say something about his…

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Covering Protests Where There Is a Distrust of Social Media

Daniel Victor, a reporter in Hong Kong, on why protesters there chose not to go after the Instagram moments while marching.

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Military and Civilian Leaders in Sudan Inch Forward With Political Deal

The power-sharing agreement is another step on the country’s fraught transition to democracy. But key details have yet to be worked out.

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Iran Says It Aided Foreign Oil Tanker, Amid Reports of Missing U.A.E. Ship

The Foreign Ministry said security forces recently helped a foreign tanker in the Strait of Hormuz, but did not identify the ship or its owner.

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Iran Says It Aided Foreign Tanker, Amid Reports of Missing U.A.E. Ship

The Foreign Ministry said security forces recently helped a foreign tanker in the Strait of Hormuz, but did not identify the ship or its owner.

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Your Wednesday Briefing

Donald Trump, John Paul Stevens, Planned Parenthood: Here’s what you need to know.

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How Notre-Dame Was Saved: Five Things We Know

The cause of the fire that nearly destroyed one of Europe’s most famous landmarks remains unknown. But it’s clear that the flames might have been contained….

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Top Myanmar Generals Are Barred From Entering U.S. Over Rohingya Killings

Myanmar’s commander in chief, Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing, was among those named by the State Department as responsible for atrocities against Rohingya Muslims.

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‘The Enemy Kills Us Like Sheep’: Voices of the Afghan Security Forces

As talks with the Taliban proceed, soldiers and police officers reflect on the pain of making peace with a deadly nemesis.

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Your Wednesday Briefing

Notre-Dame, Ursula von der Leyen, Galileo: Here’s what you need to know.

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Un train explose et fait 47 morts. Six ans plus tard, les wagons qui traversent les villes canadiennes ne sont pas plus rassurants.

Devant l’ampleur du désastre en ce 6 juillet 2013, le Canada est scandalisé, sous le choc. Toutes les villes, grandes et petites, sont de plus en…

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A Better Way to Manage Your Period? Try the Menstrual Cup, Scientists Say

The reusable, bell-like devices unfold in the vagina to stanch menstrual flow. They are as effective as sanitary pads and tampons, according to a new analysis…

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Eric Garner, Congress, Emmy Awards: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

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Former Peru President Arrested in U.S. as Part of Vast Bribery Scandal

The ex-president, Alejando Toledo, is wanted on charges he got $20 million in bribes stemming from the largest corruption scandal in Latin American history.

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Former Israeli Leader’s Ties to Epstein Churn Israeli Election Campaign

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demands an inquiry into ties between his challenger, Ehud Barak, and the U.S. financier charged with sex crimes.

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Turkey’s Erdogan Goes His Own Way as Distrust With U.S. Grows

Three years after a failed coup, the decision to buy the Russian S-400 missile system underscores the Turkish leader’s desire to hedge his alliances.

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Your Wednesday Briefing

Kim Jong-un’s luxury cars.

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A Prosperous China Says ‘Men Preferred,’ and Women Lose

Gender is now one of the most important factors behind income inequality in China, where workplace discrimination and court rulings have set women back.

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El Chapo Sentencing: An Epic Criminal Career Nears Its Final Chapter

The Mexican drug lord, Joaquín Guzmán Loera, may speak when he returns to court Wednesday for the first time since he was convicted in February.

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Russia Denies Visas for Teachers at Anglo-American School in Moscow

United States officials say the blow to the school, which educates many diplomats’ children, is meant to pressure the Americans over political disputes.

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Europe Billed Its Answer to GPS as More Robust. It’s Been Mostly Down for Days.

The European Union sees the service as a way to end the bloc’s reliance on GPS, which the American military controls.

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Ursula von der Leyen, Dark Horse Candidate, Wins Top E.U. Job

The former German defense minister, Ursula von der Leyen will face an array of global challenges and the bloc’s own internal divisions.

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Duterte, ‘Infamous for His Sexist Jokes,’ Signs Law Against Sexual Harassment

President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines, known for making crude remarks about women, including jokes about rape, has signed a law criminalizing catcalling and other forms…

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Rejecting Diplomacy, Iran’s Top Leader Vows to Avenge ‘Vicious’ Seizure of Tanker

The remarks by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei suggested he had no interest in using diplomacy to resolve escalating tensions between Iran and the West.

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North Korea Warns U.S. to Quit Military Drills With South Korea

Pyongyang said that troop exercises planned for next month could scuttle efforts to reopen talks and might prompt it to resume nuclear and missile tests.

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Mumbai Building Collapse Kills at Least 5, With Dozens More Trapped

Officials said it was unclear why the four-story structure had collapsed. Neighbors formed a chain to remove bricks and slabs of concrete from the site.

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How Not to Smuggle Drugs: Atop Your Head, Under a Hairpiece

The Spanish police said they had arrested a man arriving at Barcelona’s airport from Bogotá with half a kilogram of cocaine stuck to his head and…

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