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2 Giant Pandas Arrive to Warm Welcome in Berlin

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS June 24, 2017 BERLIN — Meng Meng and Jiao Qing — two giant pandas — arrived on Saturday to fanfare in Berlin, where they will…

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Syria Frees Hundreds of Detainees Ahead of Muslim Holiday

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS June 24, 2017 DAMASCUS, Syria — The Syrian government on Saturday released hundreds of detainees, including some who had backed the insurgency against President Bashar…

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British Parliament Hit by Cyberattack, Affecting Email Access

By STEVEN ERLANGER June 24, 2017 LONDON — The British Parliament was the target of a cyberattack that left many legislators unable to connect to their email on…

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Angola’s Corrupt Building Boom: ‘Like Opening a Window and Throwing Out Money’

By NORIMITSU ONISHI June 24, 2017 LUANDA, Angola — An ambitious reconstruction plan after Angola’s civil war was meant to reach even the country’s most faraway corner, a…

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Hopes Fade After Landslide Destroys Chinese Village

By CHRIS BUCKLEY and JAVIER C. HERNÁNDEZ June 24, 2017 BEIJING — Hundreds of rescue workers tapped, poked and dug through the earth and rubble left by a landslide that smothered…

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‘This Is Appalling’: Evacuated London Residents Try to Cope

By STEPHEN CASTLE June 24, 2017 LONDON — Addise Mekonen was working a night shift on Friday when he learned from television news that his apartment was one…

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South Korea Leader Hopes for Unified Olympic Team With the North

By CHOE SANG-HUN June 24, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea — President Moon Jae-in of South Korea on Saturday proposed that his country and North Korea form a unified…

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Why Grenfell Tower Burned: Regulators Put Cost Before Safety

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK, DANNY HAKIM and JAMES GLANZ June 24, 2017 LONDON — The doorbell woke Yassin Adam just before 1 a.m. A neighbor was frantically alerting others on the fourth…

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Immigration Moves Front and Center in Italy’s Local Elections

By JASON HOROWITZ June 24, 2017 COMO, Italy — The center-right candidate for mayor of Como, Mario Landriscina, a doctor who once did United Nations relief work, says…

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Landslide in China Is Feared to Have Buried Over 100 People

By CHRIS BUCKLEY June 23, 2017 BEIJING — More than 100 people in southwestern China are feared to have been buried under an avalanche of mud and rocks…

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Saudi, Waging War in Yemen, Gives It $66.7 Million in Cholera Relief

By RICK GLADSTONE June 23, 2017 The newly elevated crown prince of Saudi Arabia, who as defense minister has led the country’s bombing and blockades of Yemen, showed…

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State Dept. Moves to Shut Office Planning Afghanistan Strategy

The office of the special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, created in early 2009, will be folded back into a State Department bureau.

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The Times’s Resident Expert for a World on Fire

Canada, Portugal, London: How the fire expertise of our Phoenix bureau chief informs our global reporting.

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Maritime Mystery: Why a U.S. Destroyer Failed to Dodge a Cargo Ship

Lookouts and radar operators on the destroyer Fitzgerald should have spotted the freighter it collided with, and the captain should have been wakened.

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James Comey, North Korea, U.S. Senate: Your Evening Briefing

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

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Saudi Security Forces Intercept Militants Plotting Mecca Attack

The authorities confronted militants in three places, and one of them blew himself up, wounding five security officers and six bystanders.

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U.N. to Investigate Reports of Government-Backed Slaughter in Congo

The United Nations’ human rights chief, Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, presented details of men, pregnant women and babies who were mutilated by a government-linked militia and insurgents.

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As U.S. Kills ISIS Leaders, a Notorious One Remains Elusive

American officials say they have no concrete evidence on whether the most well-known Islamic State leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the target of a long manhunt, is…

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Germany Wipes Slate Clean for 50,000 Men Convicted Under Anti-Gay Law

The parliament voted unanimously to void the convictions of those prosecuted under a law forbidding sex between men. The law was repealed in 1994.

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Guilty Plea by Ulster Loyalist May Shed Light on Police Collusion

Gary Haggarty, a former Protestant paramilitary leader in Northern Ireland’s Troubles, pleaded guilty on Friday to hundreds of crimes committed while he was also a police…

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Twin Bombings in Pakistan Kill Dozens, Putting Country on Edge

The attacks, before an important Muslim holiday, raised concerns about the growing challenges facing Pakistan’s security forces.

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C.I.A. Set Up Secret Back Channel With Syria to Try to Free U.S. Hostage

The Trump administration began searching early on for ways to free Austin Tice, a journalist who has been missing since 2012.

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Turkey Drops Evolution From Curriculum, Angering Secularists

A chapter on evolution will no longer appear in ninth graders’ textbooks because it is considered too “controversial” an idea, an education official said.

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7 of Our Best ‘Brexit’ Pieces, a Year After the Vote

Before the referendum and over the past year, we’ve delved into questions of identity, economics, finance and politics surrounding “Brexit.” Read seven of our favorites.

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The Saturday Profile: The Man Who Helped Turn Toronto Into a High-Tech Hotbed

Geoffrey Hinton, a scientist at the heart of artificial intelligence’s recent breakthroughs, has helped make Toronto a leading research location.

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North Korea Tour Options Dwindle for Americans. But Not by Much.

Even after the tour operator that sold a North Korea trip to Otto Warmbier abandons American clients, others still sell a trip there as one-of-a-kind.

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North Korea Defends Otto Warmbier’s Treatment

A government spokesman said the young American who died less than a week after he was released from North Korean captivity had been well cared for.

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Australia to Send Spy Planes to Help Philippines Recapture Marawi

Intelligence reports also suggested that two militants linked to the siege of the city were killed in the fighting.

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London Fire Could Result in Manslaughter Charges, U.K. Police Say

The authorities said the blaze at Grenfell Tower began with a faulty refrigerator, and cladding and insulation have failed investigators’ safety tests.

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Khmer Rouge Trial, Perhaps the Last, Nears End in Cambodia

A verdict in the genocide prosecution of Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan, the last surviving leaders of a movement that killed 1.7 million people, could take…

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Arab Nations Issue Demands on Qatar

The list includes shutting down the news network Al Jazeera, abandoning links with Islamist organizations and downgrading ties with Iran.

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Police Officer Beaten to Death by a Mob in Kashmir

The plainclothes officer had fired into a crowd of people who thought he was a spy or assassin, witnesses said. He was then stripped naked and…

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Court in China Reduces Sentence for Man Who Killed Debt Collector

The case involving Yu Huan, who had come to his mother’s defense, provoked a national debate about family honor and filial piety.

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Johnny Depp, Courting Outrage, Flirts With Idea of Trump Assassination

“It’s been a while and maybe it’s time,” the film star said, after asking, “When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?”

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OP-art: Canada’s 150th Birthday Rebranding

Canada celebrates its 150th birthday on July 1. Like all nations, it has its cherished symbols. Is it time to update some of them, maybe in…

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South Korea Tests Missile Capable of Striking Any Part of the North

President Moon Jae-in of South Korea attended the test firing of a new ballistic missile that he believes can add leverage to talks with the North…

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Loose Definition of Terrorism Upends a Syrian Asylum Seeker’s Life

Radwan Ziadeh, a dissident who faced persecution in Syria, has been denied asylum because of a measure that targets even groups the United States supports.

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In South Korea, Confidante of Ousted President Gets 3 Years in Prison

By CHOE SANG-HUN June 23, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea — A longtime friend of Park Geun-hye, the ousted president of South Korea, was sentenced to three years in…

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Europe Edition: Theresa May, Republican Party, Confederations Cup: Your Friday Briefing

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

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Xi Jinping Is Set for a Big Gamble With China’s Carbon Trading Market

A carbon trading program is shaping up as a big policy retort to President Trump’s decision to quit the Paris accord. But getting local industries on…

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Asia and Australia Edition: James Comey, Tesla, Qatar Airways: Your Morning Briefing

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

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Video Refutes ISIS Claim That U.S. Blew Up Mosque

Al Nuri Grand Mosque, in Mosul, Iraq, was blown up on Wednesday. The Islamic State said a U.S. airstrike destroyed it. But surveillance footage shows that…

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U.S. Suspends Beef Imports From Brazil

The decision by the Department of Agriculture, citing safety concerns, is a blow to Brazil’s meat industry, which is reeling from bribery accusations.

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Mexican President Says Government Acquired Spyware but He Denies Misuse

By AZAM AHMED June 22, 2017 MEXICO CITY — Even as Mexico’s president, Enrique Peña Nieto, acknowledged for the first time on Thursday that his government had purchased…

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A Homeless ‘Safe Space’ Challenges Australia’s Power Brokers

By ADAM BAIDAWI June 22, 2017 SYDNEY, Australia — Some are clean-shaven 18-year-olds whose hairstyles command as much of their attention as their pursuit of a home. Others…

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U.S. Sends Civilian Team to Syria to Help the Displaced Return Home

By MICHAEL R. GORDON and ERIC SCHMITT June 22, 2017 WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is sending a civilian team into Syria to try to bring stability to areas that American-backed…

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U.N. Asks International Court to Weigh In on Britain-Mauritius Dispute

By SOMINI SENGUPTA June 22, 2017 UNITED NATIONS — Britain suffered a diplomatic blow on Thursday as the United Nations General Assembly voted to refer London’s territorial claim…

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Fears Grow That U.S. Is Inching Toward Bigger Role in Syria War

Recently the United States has shot down a Syrian warplane, come close to shooting another and downed two Iranian-made drones that were nearing American-backed troops.

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Trudeau on Trump: ‘He Actually Does Listen’

By IAN AUSTEN June 22, 2017 TORONTO — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada said Thursday that he had a productive relationship with President Trump despite their broad…

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How North Korea Deals With American Prisoners

At least 16 Americans have been arrested in North Korea since 1996. Each situation is unique, but there are common threads when it comes to how…

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Senate, Medicaid, N.B.A. Draft: Your Thursday Evening Briefing

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

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New Iran Deals for Airbus Jets Increase Pressure on Trump

The agreements, for 73 aircraft, suggest an industry bet that the Trump administration will not block such transactions despite its hostility toward Iran.

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May Offers Plan for Europeans to Stay in Britain After Brexit

By JAMES KANTER June 22, 2017 BRUSSELS — Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain vowed on Thursday to protect the rights of millions of citizens of other European…

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Ghana Court Rejects Resettlement of Guantánamo Bay Detainees

By NANA BOAKYE-YIADOM June 22, 2017 ACCRA, Ghana — The Supreme Court of Ghana ruled Thursday that the government’s decision to allow two former Guantánamo Bay detainees to…

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More Tempt Fate Every Day on Migrants’ ‘Deadliest Route’

By DIONNE SEARCEY and JAIME YAYA BARRY June 22, 2017 TONGO, Senegal — Amadou Anne, the oldest son, tried first. “If you have a way to get there, maybe you should…

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Mixed Portrait Emerges of Man Charged in Stabbing of Officer

By CHRISTOPHER MELE June 22, 2017 A Montreal man charged with stabbing a police officer in the neck at a Michigan airport on Wednesday is a married father…

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Who Wants to Be King? No One, Prince Harry Says

The 32-year-old prince said in an interview with Newsweek that members of the royal family would be fulfilling their duties, rather than their desires, as Queen…

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Church of England ‘Colluded’ With Bishop to Hide Sex Abuse, Report Says

By DAN BILEFSKY June 22, 2017 LONDON — Senior people in the Church of England “colluded” over two decades with a bishop to help cover up his serial…

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Wheels: New Technologies Prompt Carmakers to Build Big-Data Skills

June 22, 2017 By JACK EWING FRANKFURT — Volkswagen is delving into quantum computing. BMW is building a giant new data center. And Bosch this week…

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No Swimming! Rome Braces for Summer of Tourists at Its Fountains

By JASON HOROWITZ June 22, 2017 ROME — On a sweltering Monday afternoon, a beautiful day for a swim, Mario Messina noticed some holidaymakers teetering dangerously close to…

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Europe Dismantles Ukraine’s ‘Paper Curtain’

By ANDREW E. KRAMER June 22, 2017 MOSCOW — Petro O. Poroshenko, the Ukrainian president, called it the collapse of the “paper curtain.” Since June 11, when 30 European…

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Makram Ali Died of Injuries in Attack Near London Mosque, Police Say

The 51-year-old father of six died when a van crashed into a crowd of Muslims after Ramadan prayers early on June 19.

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Afghan Bombing Hits Workers Lined Up for Pay, Killing Over 20

By TAIMOOR SHAH and ROD NORDLAND June 22, 2017 KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — A car bombing killed at least 22 people and wounded 50 as they lined up at a bank…

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Hundreds of U.K. High Rises Use Cladding Blamed in London Fire

By SEWELL CHAN June 22, 2017 LONDON — Hundreds of high-rise buildings in Britain have potentially combustible exterior cladding similar to the kind that covered Grenfell Tower, where…

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The Interpreter: Canada’s Trump Strategy: Go Around Him

June 22, 2017 The Interpreter By MAX FISHER TORONTO — As President Trump disrupts alliances across the map, nearly every level of government in Canada has…

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Europe Edition: ‘Brexit,’ Uber, Cristiano Ronaldo: Your Thursday Briefing

Europe Edition By PATRICK BOEHLER June 22, 2017 (Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • One…

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Letter 15: From Courtney Barnett to Beer Snake

By DAMIEN CAVE June 21, 2017 Damien Cave, our Australia bureau chief, shares insights on global news, local recommendations and feedback from readers in this weekly newsletter. To…

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U.S. Pressed to Pursue Deal to Freeze North Korea Missile Tests

By DAVID E. SANGER and GARDINER HARRIS June 21, 2017 WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has come under growing pressure to open negotiations on a temporary freeze on North Korea’s nuclear…

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Trump’s Preferred Candidate Wins Again, This Time in Saudi Arabia

By MARK LANDLER and MARK MAZZETTI June 21, 2017 WASHINGTON — President Trump wasted no time on Wednesday calling the newly named crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman….

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