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India’s Narendra Modi Appears Headed for Re-election, Exit Polls Show

Mr. Modi, one of India’s most powerful and divisive leaders in decades, seems to have emerged relatively unscathed from complaints about joblessness and distress on farms.

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Fighting Ebola When Mourners Fight the Responders

An Ebola outbreak in eastern Congo — the second-largest in history — is escalating in part because locals don’t trust health workers and government officials.

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Lawmakers Scuffle Over Disputed Speaker’s Role in Afghan Parliament

The turmoil came just days after newly elected members started their first session after elections plagued by vote-rigging and bribery.

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Attack on Tourist Bus Near Egyptian Pyramids Wounds at Least 14

The blast, close to a giant museum under construction, suggested that militants were seeking to undermine the authority of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.

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Rain Much on Your Vacation? One Italian Island Offers Hotel Refunds

Tourists who visit Elba, off the coast of Tuscany, get one night back for every day during which it rains for more than two hours at…

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Swiss Vote to Tighten Firearms Laws to Align With E.U. Rules

Swiss voters agreed on Sunday to tighten the country’s gun laws in order to comply with European Union legislation that came into force following terrorist attacks…

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Austrian President Calls for Elections in September

Alexander Van der Bellen said continuity was essential after the far-right vice chancellor resigned over a video showing him promising favors a woman who claimed ties…

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Fighting Ebola When Mourners Fight the Responders

An Ebola outbreak in eastern Congo — the second-largest in history — is escalating in part because locals don’t trust health workers and government officials.

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belarus dispatch: Want to Relax? Try the Spa in a Salt Mine in Belarus

To some, the suggestion of a visit to the salt mines evokes grim memories of prison camps. But allergy sufferers swear by the health benefits.

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‘A Good Career, if I Satisfied Him.’ Ukraine Fights Sexual Abuse, and a War.

In a country grateful to its army, sexual abuse in the military is swept under the rug amid a reluctance to criticize soldiers in a time…

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Voting Is Ending in India. Here’s What’s to Expect.

The world’s biggest election will determine whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi stays in power. Here’s how it happened, and what comes next.

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European Elections Will Be Latest Test of Populist Support

Nationalists all over the Continent are hoping for a surge that will allow them, short of leaving the European Union, to disable its bureaucracy from within.

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News Analysis: It Was Supposed to Be Australia’s Climate Change Election. What Happened?

On Saturday, in a result that stunned most analysts, voters re-elected the conservative coalition that has long resisted plans to sharply cut down on carbon emissions…

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The Netherlands Wins Eurovision Without Usual Kitsch or Gimmicks

Behind the scenes of this year’s song contest, the usual political tensions between Israel and Palestinians played out.

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Former Argentine President Kirchner Seeks Return to Power, as Vice President

Days before she was set to go on trial for corruption, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner announced an unexpected political strategy.

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F.A.A. Warns U.S. Aircraft of ‘Increasing’ Risk Over Persian Gulf

Amid escalating tensions between the United States and Iran, the agency directed airliners to exercise caution when flying in the region to avoid “misidentification.”

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Highlights From the Video That Brought Down Austria’s Vice Chancellor

A woman who said she was the niece of a Russian oligarch. A villa on Ibiza. A secret videotape. Lots of alcohol.

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Australia Election Results: Prime Minister Scott Morrison Seizes a Stunning Win

By granting Mr. Morrison his first full term, Australians signaled their reluctance to bet on a new leader at a time when the economy has not…

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Australia Election: Prime Minister Scott Morrison Seizes a Stunning Win

By granting Mr. Morrison his first full term, Australians signaled their unwillingness to bet on a new leader at a time when the economy has not…

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One of U.K.’s Most Prolific Extremist Cells Is Regrouping

The security services have expressed alarm at the prospect of the extremist group Al Muhajiroun re-energizing with ISIS fighters returning from Iraq and Syria.

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Burkina Faso Wracked by Escalating Violence

A once-stable country is plagued by extremists pouring over its northern border, restive farmers and herdsmen battling for land, and militias bent on tit-for-tat vengeance.

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Guatemala’s Anti-Corruption Fight Inspired Latin America. It May be Shut Down.

A panel of United Nations-backed investigators charged around 700 people. Other countries wanted their own anti-graft groups, but a coming election may spell its end.

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Colombian Army’s Kill Orders Put Civilians at Risk, Officers Say

Senior officers told The Times that soldiers are under intense pressure to defeat rebel groups and that a pattern of suspicious killings and cover-ups has begun…

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Austria’s Vice Chancellor, Heinz-Christian Strache, Resigns After Video Sting Is Revealed

A video secretly filmed before the 2017 elections showed him promising government contracts to a woman claiming to be the niece of a Russian oligarch and…

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As India’s Election Wraps Up, a Village Is Caught Between 2 Parties

India has seen less violence than usual during this election season, which ends Sunday. But political and sectarian anger left at least one village scarred.

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Pub Work Gives a Royal Carpet Maker an Unwelcome Image (and It’s Sticking)

Axminster has Buckingham Palace’s seal of approval. But thanks to social media, its best-known client is a chain of cut-price bars.

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One of Britain’s Most Prolific Terror Cells Is Regrouping

The security services have expressed alarm at the prospect of the extremist group Al Muhajiroun re-energizing with ISIS fighters returning from Iraq and Syria.

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To Many Chinese, America Was Like ‘Heaven.’ Now They’re Not So Sure.

As the trade war rages, ambivalence in China about the United States has posed an unusual challenge for the Communist Party.

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Boeing 737 Max Simulators Are in High Demand. They Are Flawed.

The flight simulators are unable to accurately replicate the difficult conditions created by a malfunctioning system on the jet, which played a role in two fatal…

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U.S. Officials Say Iran Has Removed Missile Threat From Boats

Missiles have been unloaded from at least two small boats in Iranian waters, a move that American officials said could help defuse a brewing confrontation.

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German Parliament Deems B.D.S. Movement Anti-Semitic

The campaign to boycott Israeli artists and goods recalled “the most terrible chapter in German history” and revived memories of the motto “Don’t buy from Jews.”

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Former C.I.A. Officer Sentenced to 20 Years After Spying for China

The sentencing brings to a close one of several high-profile cases involving Chinese attempts to recruit former American intelligence officers.

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Australia Election Live Updates: What to Look For

Voters face a momentous choice: keep the conservative coalition in power after six years in charge, or hand the government to the center-left Labor opposition. The…

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Global Trade, Missouri, N.B.A. Playoffs: Your Friday Evening Briefing

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

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Canada Letter: What Justin Trudeau Doesn’t Regret in the SNC-Lavalin Affair

This week’s Canada Letter features excerpts from The Times’s recent interview with Canada’s prime minister, whose political fortunes have fallen.

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Vatican Official Cleared of Abuse Charges Lodged by Ex-Nun

The Rev. Hermann Geissler, an official in the Vatican doctrinal office, had resigned in January after the accusations surfaced.

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Saudi Oil Infrastructure at Risk as Small Attacks Raise Potential for Big Disruption

Saudi Arabia spent heavily to protect its oil production lines but rapid changes in technology may mean ports and pipelines are increasingly exposed in the turbulent…

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Dam at Brazil Mine Could Burst Soon, Officials Warn

Months after a nearby dam breach at a mining site killed more than 240 people, prosecutors say another similar disaster could occur as soon as Sunday.

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Putin Intervenes to Halt Cathedral Project After Popular Protests

Workers in Yekaterinburg had fenced off a park, setting off clashes. Amid declining poll numbers, President Vladimir V. Putin is taking a softer stance on civil…

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Venezuela’s Collapse Is the Worst Outside of War in Decades, Economists Say

Butchers have stopped selling meat cuts in favor of offal, fat shavings and cow hooves, the only animal protein many of their customers can afford.

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Venezuela’s Collapse Is the Worst Outside of War in Decades, Economists Say

Butchers have stopped selling meat cuts in favor of offal, fat shavings and cow hooves, the only animal protein many of their customers can afford.

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Panama’s Worst Drought Hints at the Future of Its Canal

A severe drought this year led to restrictions for the Panama Canal. The rains are now returning, but weather patterns are likely to make limits more…

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Latest Target of Russian Vote Meddling: A Children’s Singing Contest

A Russian broadcaster canceled the result of “The Voice Kids” after an investigation revealed that fan voting had been subject to “massive” manipulation.

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U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police

The ill-fated strike was in response to a police call for air support, after a Taliban attack in Helmand Province.

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A Battered but Unbowed Justin Trudeau Vows to Stay the Course in Canada

His poll standings are in free fall, and a dispute with a female cabinet minister raised questions about his leadership, but the Canadian prime minister remains…

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War With Iran? Count Us Out, Europe Says

Bruised by the 2003 Iraq war, Europeans are united in opposing a new conflict with Tehran but also leery of contradicting Washington too sharply.

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Promises Made: Colombia’s Peace Deal Promised a New Era. This Is What It Looks Like.

Rebels are rearming, violence is soaring in the countryside and a new government is wavering in its commitment.

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At War: Moving Beyond the Label of ‘War Refugee’

A look at the reporting behind one Syrian family that fled Syria in 2015 and is now trying to rebuild a new life spread across four…

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Risk to Turkey’s Economy Deepens With New Istanbul Election

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government is spending billions to prop up the currency amid new economic turmoil. The question is how long it can last.

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Supporters Celebrate Taiwan’s Same-Sex Marriage Law

Taiwan’s legislature approved Asia’s first same-sex marriage law on Friday. Same-sex marriage supporters gathered outside Parliament in Taipei while the vote was in process.

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Facebook’s A.I. Whiz Now Faces the Task of Cleaning It Up. Sometimes That Brings Him to Tears.

Facebook has heralded artificial intelligence as a solution to its toxic content problems. Mike Schroepfer, its chief technology officer, says it won’t solve everything.

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The Saturday Profile: Putin’s Toughest Online Critic Brings His Name, and Wheelchair, Into the Light

Recently revealed as the creator of the online persona StalinGulag, Aleksandr Gorbunov has attracted a huge following for his scathing commentary.

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David Cameron’s Book Isn’t Out Yet. The Scathing Commentary Is.

News of an autobiography from the former prime minister who left Britain the Brexit mess attracted a digital stream of creative mockery and vulgarity.

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South Korea Announces $8 Million Aid Package for North

With North Korea facing severe drought and a food crisis, the South said it would help “regardless of the political situation.”

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Jeremy Corbyn Halts Brexit Talks With Theresa May

Negotiations had “gone as far as they can,” the opposition leader said, suggesting the prime minister was too weak to guarantee any deal.

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Questions and Answers About Syria’s Secret Torture Prisons

Anne Barnard, our former Beirut bureau chief, took to Reddit to share additional insights into her Times investigation of the cruel tactics President Bashar al-Assad uses…

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Iran, SAT, Taiwan: Your Friday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know.

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Jeremy Corbyn Says Brexit Talks Have ‘Gone as Far as They Can’

The Labour leader noted in a letter that “the increasing weakness and instability of your government means there cannot be confidence in securing whatever might be…

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‘Tell No One’: Poland Is Pushed to Confront Abuse of Children by Priests

In a deeply Catholic country that has been reluctant to talk about the abuse crisis, a moving documentary has been viewed millions of times.

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Promises Made: Colombia’s Peace Deal Promised a New Era. This Is What It Looks Like.

Rebels are rearming, violence is soaring in the countryside and a new government is wavering in its commitment.

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Trade War Dents China’s Sway Over U.S. Business and Political Leaders

As it struggles to respond to President Trump’s tariff offensive, Beijing finds its hold over Washington and Wall Street fading.

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Heads Up: Be Among the First to Visit North Macedonia

It is an ancient land, but as of February it has a new name, giving travelers seeking a cool passport stamp a novel reason to visit.

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News Analysis: Australia Longs for Bolder Politics as Beloved Leader Dies on Election’s Eve

Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke’s death has thrown Australia into reflection, unleashing pride but also frustration with a perceived lack of vision in today’s leaders.

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Taiwan Legislature Considers Asia’s First Same-Sex Marriage Law

Tens of thousands of protesters filled Taipei’s streets as lawmakers faced a court-ordered deadline and multiple proposals

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Violent Japanese Mascot That Tickled John Oliver Is Suspended by Twitter

The mascot Chiitan, modeled on a real-life otter, drew notoriety for violent stunts that delighted social media users and the HBO comedian.

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Indonesia Says It Foiled Plot to Detonate Bombs via Wi-Fi

The alleged plot highlights advances in bomb-making in a country with a history of militant activity tied to the Islamic State and other extremist groups.

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Theresa May, Iran, I.M. Pei: Your Friday Briefing

Theresa May will set a date for her departure.

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Cuba Blames Plane Crew for Deadly 2018 Crash

An investigation into the crash of a Boeing 737 jet near Havana a year ago suggests that the most probable cause was errors by crew members….

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6 of I.M. Pei’s Most Important Works

The architect’s legacy includes some of the world’s most recognizable buildings, including the Louvre Pyramid.

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Iran, I.M. Pei, Statue of Liberty: Your Thursday Evening Briefing

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

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Israel Presses the Case Against Iran, but Not for War

Israel has quietly played an instrumental role in the escalating tensions in the Middle East. But analysts say it wants to pressure Iran, not start a…

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Critic’s pick: The Whitney Biennial: Young Art Cross-Stitched With Politics

The look is personal, the message quietly topical.

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Your Friday Briefing

Theresa May agrees to plan her exit.

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How Xi’s Last-Minute Switch on the Trade Deal Upended It

Xi Jinping miscalculated President Trump’s willingness to accept a changed deal. Now angry rhetoric could complicate efforts to return to negotiations.

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At War: Afghan War Casualty Report: May 10-16

At least 72 pro-government forces and 29 civilians were killed in Afghanistan during the past week.

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Critic’s pick: The Whitney Biennial: Young Art Cross-Stitched With Politics

The look is personal, the message quietly topical.

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Lost Your Passport? For Americans in Austria, Any McDonald’s Can Help

Under a new partnership announced by the United States Embassy in Vienna, American citizens can go to any of the 194 fast-food restaurants to seek help.

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Navy SEAL Pleads Guilty in Case of Strangled Green Beret

The Navy SEAL said he had restrained Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar with duct tape as he was being strangled by another commando in Mali in…

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Navy SEAL Pleads Guilty in Case of Strangled Green Beret

The Navy SEAL said he had restrained Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar with duct tape as he was being strangled by another commando in Mali in…

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Trump Tells Pentagon Chief He Does Not Want War With Iran

The president’s statement came during a briefing on the rising tensions with Tehran, and officials said he was firm in saying he did not want a…

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Theresa May Vows to Set a Date for Stepping Down as U.K. Prime Minister

After months of calls for her resignation, Mrs. May agreed to decide on a timetable for the election of a new party leader, who will almost…

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Oligarch’s Return Raises Alarm in Ukraine

Ihor Kolomoisky, a business titan with close ties to Ukraine’s president-elect, returned from self-imposed exile just days before the inauguration.

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The Tension Between America and Iran, Explained

Here’s what to know about the long-strained relationship that poses the risk of a broader conflict.

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Trump Tells Pentagon Chief He Does Not Want War With Iran

The president’s statement came during a briefing on the rising tensions with Tehran, and officials said he was firm in saying he did not want a…

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Iran Crisis or ‘Circus’? A Weary Middle East Wonders

A sudden profusion of incidents and warnings has stirred fears that the Trump administration is trying to gin up a flawed case for war, like the…

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Thich Nhat Hanh, Preacher of Mindfulness, Has Come Home to Vietnam

After half a century abroad, the influential Buddhist teacher, 92, is living in the Hue monastery where he became a novice monk at 16.

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Matteo Salvini’s Permanent Campaign Turns to European Parliament

Since taking office, the hard-line Italian populist has hardly been in the office. With European Parliament elections approaching, he has gone into overdrive.

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Marine Le Pen Denies Making White Power Signal

The French far-right leader said she was unaware the hand gesture meant anything other than O.K. when she posed for a selfie with an Estonian politician.

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Marine Le Pen Denies Making White Power Gesture in Selfie

The French far-right leader said she was unaware the hand signal meant anything other than O.K. when she posed for a selfie with an Estonian politician.

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He Named His Lazy Dogs After the Chinese Police. They Were Not Amused.

A dog breeder was arrested after he took a dig at urban management officers, the least popular government officials in China.

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Bob Hawke, Who Led Australia Into a New Era as Prime Minister, Dies at 89

A highly popular prime minister from 1983 to 1991, he was an ally of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush and revolutionized the Australian economy.

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Bob Hawke, Who Led Australia Into a New Era as Prime Minister, Dies at 89

A highly popular prime minister from 1983 to 1991, he was an ally of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush and revolutionized the Australian economy.

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Bob Hawke, Who Led Australia Into a New Era as Prime Minister, Dies at 89

A highly popular prime minister from 1983 to 1991, he was an ally of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush and revolutionized the Australian economy.

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Your Thursday Briefing

Iran, Immigration, Jeff Koons: Here’s what you need to know.

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The Queer Coffee Table: 10 L.G.B.T.Q. Books to Usher In World Pride

Visual monographs commemorating a culture of resistance and resilience on the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion.

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Lebanon Dispatch: Basketball Is ‘War, Minus the Shooting’ in Sectarian Lebanon

The professional basketball season resembles an election campaign, with party colors adorning team jerseys and banners of political patrons hanging in stadiums. Then there are the…

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China Charges 2 Canadians With Spying, Deepening a Political Standoff

Supporters of the two men, who were detained in December, say the case amounts to retaliation for the arrest in Vancouver of a Chinese tech executive.

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Joshua Wong, Hong Kong Protest Leader, to Return to Prison After Appeal

A three-month sentence for his role in pro-democracy protests in 2014 was reduced on Thursday to two months.

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Your Thursday Briefing

Tensions rise over Iran.

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Philippines Recalls Its Ambassador to Canada in a Spat Over Trash

The recall comes after Canada failed to take back tons of household rubbish sent to the Southeast Asian country that had been labeled as recyclable.

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