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Australian Senator Wears Burqa in Parliament to Push for Ban

By JACQUELINE WILLIAMS August 17, 2017 SYDNEY, Australia — Australia’s Senate is rowdy and raucous, and often compared to a schoolyard. But after the leader of the anti-immigrant…

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Malala Yousafzai, Shot by the Taliban, Is Going to Oxford

By CEYLAN YEGINSU and PRASHANT S. RAO August 17, 2017 LONDON — Malala Yousafzai is going to Oxford. Ms. Yousafzai, the 20-year-old Pakistani-born activist who is the world’s youngest Nobel laureate,…

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Joshua Wong and 2 Others Jailed in Hong Kong Over Pro-Democracy Protest

By ALAN WONG August 17, 2017 HONG KONG — Three prominent young leaders of Hong Kong’s democracy movement were sentenced Thursday to six to eight months in prison,…

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South Korea Says Trump Will Seek Its Consent for Any Strike on North

查看简体中文版 查看繁體中文版 By CHOE SANG-HUN August 16, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea — President Moon Jae-in said on Thursday that President Trump had agreed to seek South Korea’s consent…

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Dispatch From Lebanon: Next Door to War, an Indie Arab Band Sings of Defiance and Joy

Dispatch From Lebanon By SOMINI SENGUPTA August 16, 2017 EHDEN, Lebanon — Saturday night. The stage is pressed hard against a pine-covered hill. The stars are out. The…

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In China, an Action Hero Beats Box Office Records (and Arrogant Westerners)

By CHRIS BUCKLEY August 16, 2017 BEIJING — China’s new favorite action hero single-handedly routs pirates off the African coast in undersea combat. He wakes up fit to…

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Sierra Leone Buries Over 300 Mudslide Victims in Mass Graves

By JAIME YAYA BARRY August 16, 2017 DAKAR, Senegal — With some 400 bodies recovered from the mudslides and flood that devastated Sierra Leone’s capital, Freetown, the dead are…

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In Ukraine, a Malware Expert Who Could Blow the Whistle on Russian Hacking

By ANDREW E. KRAMER and ANDREW HIGGINS August 16, 2017 KIEV, Ukraine — The hacker, known only by his online alias “Profexer,” kept a low profile. He wrote computer code alone…

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China’s Crackdown on North Korea Over U.N. Sanctions Starts to Pinch

By JANE PERLEZ August 16, 2017 BEIJING — Trucks packed with seafood were backed up, bumper to bumper, at the Chinese border with North Korea. Protesters carried red…

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Trump Reminded Threats Work Differently in Diplomacy Than in Real Estate

By DAVID E. SANGER August 15, 2017 During his rise to power, President Trump proved he has a finely honed sense of what threats, intimidation and bluster can accomplish….

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Squeezed by an India-China Standoff, Bhutan Holds Its Breath

By STEVEN LEE MYERS August 15, 2017 HAA, Bhutan — India’s main garrison in the Kingdom of Bhutan sits only 13 miles from a disputed border with China. There…

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‘This Is Too Much for Us’: Sierra Leone Deluged by Mud and Grief

By JAIME YAYA BARRY and DIONNE SEARCEY August 15, 2017 DAKAR, Senegal — The bodies floated down the streets and piled up at the morgue, where the coroners struggled to find…

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Britain Offers Plan to Avoid Immediate ‘Brexit’ Trade Chaos

By STEPHEN CASTLE August 15, 2017 To Guy Verhofstadt, the European Parliament’s coordinator on Britain’s exit from the European Union, it is “fantasy”; to Britain’s opposition Labour Party,…

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Oia Journal: Galicia’s Wild Horse Roundup Runs Headlong Into Modernity

Oia Journal By RAPHAEL MINDER August 15, 2017 OIA, Spain — Since medieval times, the people of Galicia have ritually rounded up the horses that roam wild in…

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Grace Mugabe Back in Zimbabwe After Being Accused of Assault in South Africa

By REUTERS August 15, 2017 JOHANNESBURG/HARARE — Zimbabwe’s first lady, Grace Mugabe, returned home on Tuesday from South Africa after failing to turn herself in to police…

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When Russia Owned Part of America

By PENN BULLOCK August 15, 2017 Mikhail Malakhov has been to the North Pole 31 times, he says, following in the footsteps of generations of Russian explorers. He…

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South Korea’s Leader Bluntly Warns U.S. Against Striking North

By CHOE SANG-HUN August 15, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea — With his public alarmed by President Trump’s recent threats to North Korea, President Moon Jae-in of South Korea…

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Grace Mugabe Is Accused of Assault at Johannesburg Hotel

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS August 15, 2017 JOHANNESBURG — Grace Mugabe, the wife of the president of Zimbabwe, appeared voluntarily at a police station in South Africa on Tuesday…

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Losing London: Grenfell Tower Fire Shows Double Standard at Work in One London District

Losing London By KATRIN BENNHOLD August 15, 2017 LONDON — The Ferraris were driving people batty in affluent South Kensington. Drivers revved their engines and ripped past Harrods….

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Key Questions on North Korea’s Plan to Fire Missiles Near Guam

By AUSTIN RAMZY August 15, 2017 HONG KONG — North Korea has said it may fire missiles into waters near Guam, an American territory in the Western Pacific,…

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The Breakdown: Australia Archbishop Rejects Sex-Abuse Exception to the Secrecy of Confession

The Breakdown By JACQUELINE WILLIAMS August 15, 2017 It’s confidential and considered sacred — a conversation strictly between a confessor and priest, never to be divulged. The secrecy…

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Feature: Why Was an Italian Graduate Student Tortured and Murdered in Egypt?

Why Was an Italian Graduate Student Tortured and Murdered in Egypt? By DECLAN WALSH August 15, 2017 Giulio Regeni’s grave in Italy. By DECLAN WALSH August 15, 2017 The target…

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Guam on Alert for North Korean Missile Test, but Residents Take It in Stride

By JOSIE MOYER August 15, 2017 INARAJAN, Guam — Against the back wall of the command center at Guam Homeland Security, a nondescript telephone is perched on a…

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In Rebuke to U.S., South Korea Warns Against Military Action Without Its Approval

By CHOE SANG-HUN August 15, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea — President Moon Jae-in of South Korea said on Tuesday that no country should start a military action on…

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Europe Edition: Donald Trump, Burkina Faso, Paris: Your Tuesday Briefing

Europe Edition By PATRICK BOEHLER August 15, 2017 (Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • “Racism…

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Canada Wants a New Nafta to Include Gender and Indigenous Rights

By CATHERINE PORTER August 14, 2017 TORONTO — Canada’s idea of a fair trade deal seems very different from President Trump’s. Just two days before heading into the…

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Girl Is Killed When Driver Slams Into Pizzeria Near Paris

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS August 14, 2017 SEPT-SORTS, France — A man believed to be under the influence of drugs — and possibly suicidal — deliberately rammed his car…

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Trump’s Threat Against Maduro Unites Latin America, Against U.S.

By NICHOLAS CASEY August 14, 2017 President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela had become a pariah among fellow Latin American leaders as his beleaguered country staggered toward dictatorship. But…

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Charlottesville, China, Kenneth Frazier: Your Monday Evening Briefing

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

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Angela Merkel Condemns Charlottesville Violence as ‘Racist’ and ‘Evil’

Several world leaders spoke out against the deadly episode, while others tried to exploit it to advance their own agendas.

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Amsterdam Journal: A Dutch Effort to Form a Prostitute Cooperative Is Met With Hope and Skepticism

My Red Light aims to let prostitutes have more control over their work, and even train for managerial positions. But some see just another brothel.

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Critic’s Notebook: A First-Time Visitor Inhales Stratford’s Theatrical Perfume

The renowned Canadian repertory theater shows off a versatile troupe of actors in plays as varied as “Timon of Athens” and “Guys and Dolls.”

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Asia and Australia Edition: North Korea, Charlottesville, Trump: Your Tuesday Briefing

Asia and Australia Edition By PENN BULLOCK August 14, 2017 Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • The United States’ top general met with President Moon…

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Sex Work in Amsterdam Is Legal, But Still Taboo

Though prostitution was legalized in the Netherlands in 2000, it’s still not considered a regular job.

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‘All We See Is Dead Bodies’: Floods and Mudslides Ravage Sierra Leone

By JAIME YAYA BARRY August 14, 2017 DAKAR, Senegal — Torrents of water rushed through the streets of the Sierra Leone capital of Freetown on Monday, causing mudslides that…

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U.S. General and South Korean Leader Push for Diplomacy on North Korea

Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr. said the priority on North Korea was to support diplomatic and economic measures. China said it would enforce new sanctions.

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Fleeing Hardship, Then Pushed Into Sea, They Landed in a Country at War

By SAEED AL-BATATI August 14, 2017 KHOUBIA, Yemen — For more than 24 hours, they were forced to sit on the floor of a plastic boat as it…

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Seeking Greater Global Power, China Looks to Robots and Microchips

By JAVIER C. HERNÁNDEZ August 14, 2017 BEIJING — In Chinese schools, students learn that the United States became a great nation partly by stealing technology from Britain. In…

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Amsterdam Journal: An Effort to Form a Prostitute Cooperative Is Met With Hope and Skepticism

Amsterdam Journal By GISELA WILLIAMS August 14, 2017 AMSTERDAM — In Amsterdam, a city renowned for its openness and transparency, lots of windows have no curtains. Almost anyone…

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The Breakdown: Australia’s No. 2 Can Claim New Zealand Citizenship. Too Bad for Him.

The Breakdown By CHARLOTTE GRAHAM August 14, 2017 The citizenship scandal that has roiled Australia’s Parliament threatened to claim its biggest casualty on Monday after the deputy prime…

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Gunmen Kill 18 at Restaurant in Burkina Faso

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS August 14, 2017 OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso — Gunmen believed to be Islamist extremists opened fire at a Turkish restaurant in Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina…

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North Korea’s Missile Success Is Linked to Ukrainian Plant, Investigators Say

By WILLIAM J. BROAD and DAVID E. SANGER August 14, 2017 North Korea’s success in testing an intercontinental ballistic missile that appears able to reach the United States was made possible by…

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Europe Edition: Charlottesville, Kenya, Soccer: Your Monday Briefing

Europe Edition By PATRICK BOEHLER August 14, 2017 (Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • Trying…

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