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My Most Memorable Interview / 2017: Rules for Reporting a Planned Death: No Photos, No Pad, No Pen

All attention needed to support Mr. Shields’ spirit as it began its journey. A detached witness would distract from that. If I was in the room…

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Our Journalists Share Their Most Memorable Interviews of 2017

Times reporters reflect on the conversations that stuck with them long after their assignments ended.

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Independent Panel on Grenfell Tower Fire Condemns Construction Regulations

Six months after the deadly Grenfell Tower fire, a report to Parliament finds safety rules “not fit for purpose.”

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Austria Swears In a New Government That Includes the Far Right

The new chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, is now Europe’s youngest leader after joining forces with the Freedom Party, founded by neo-Nazis after World War II

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The Saturday Profile: 11 Powerful Women We Met Around the World in 2017

A warlord, a novelist, a diplomat, a centenarian and other exceptional women our overseas correspondents wrote about in 2017.

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Rome Journal: Unearthed in Rome’s New Subway: Extinct Elephants and Persian Peach Pits

The construction of a subway line to central Rome has illuminated the city’s past in extraordinary detail through archaeology.

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Afghan President Fires a Powerful Governor From Post He Held 13 Years

The removal of the former warlord, who had amassed great wealth in the job, could further fray the struggling coalition government in Kabul.

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Cyril Ramaphosa Wins A.N.C. Leadership Battle in South Africa

The wealthy businessman and former Mandela protégé is now in position to succeed Jacob Zuma as president of the country.

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Uber Driver in Lebanon Is Arrested Over Killing of Rebecca Dykes

Ms. Dykes, a British diplomat, was found dead on Saturday after leaving a party in Beirut. Uber said it was working with the authorities to assist…

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Jerusalem at Center of Diplomatic Face-Off at U.N. Security Council

Almost two weeks after President Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, Egypt drafted a resolution reiterating that the city’s status is to be resolved…

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U.K. Police Respond to ‘Significant Incident’ at Air Base

The Mildenhall air base, about 75 miles northeast of London, is used by the United States Air Force. A suspect is in custody.

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European Regulators Open Investigation Into Ikea’s Taxes

The European Commission is concerned that tax rulings in the Netherlands may have allowed the retailer to pay less tax and gain an advantage.

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India’s Governing Party Shows Its Might in State Elections

Voters in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh showed that the Bharatiya Janata Party of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is still a formidable political force.

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Retrospective: The International Herald Tribune

Highlights and curiosities from The International Herald Tribune’s storied reportage.

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Trump National Security Strategy Sees U.S. Confronting China and Russia

The strategy the president plans to outline Monday is at odds with his often-warm relations with the leaders of China and Russia.

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American Who Escaped Crowded Bali Prison Is Recaptured

Chrishan Beasley, a Californian held on drug charges, was seized outside a hotel on a neighboring island in Indonesia.

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Artist Who Filmed Beijing Crackdown is Missing, Friends Say

Hua Yong had the city’s campaign to expel migrant workers in short videos and said in one of his last clips that his arrest was imminent.

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British Embassy Worker in Beirut Found Strangled

The woman, identified as Rebecca Dykes, was found strangled near a highway outside Beirut, a Lebanese security official said.

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Turkey Plans Embassy in East Jerusalem, Erdogan Says

The announcement by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan came as Muslim leaders call for world leaders to recognize East Jerusalem as Palestine’s capital.

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Honduran President Declared Winner in Disputed Election

After accusations of voting irregularities, the electoral commission said on Sunday that President Juan Orlando Hernández won by about 50,000 votes.

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Toronto Buzzes With Talk of Billionaire Couple’s Suspicious Death

Family and friends of the generic-drug mogul Barry Sherman and his wife, Honey, say someone killed them and made it look like a murder-suicide.

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Tropical Storm Kills 30, and Over 80,000 Flee to Shelters in Philippines

Tropical Storm Kai-Tak unleashed floods and landslides, and stranded thousands of holiday travelers.

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U.K.’s Next Brexit Agony: What Sort of Trade Deal?

Britain’s next step will be as divisive as any. It must decide whether to model future ties with the European Union on Norway, Canada, a Canada-Singapore…

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C.I.A. Helped Thwart Terrorist Attack in Russia, Kremlin Says

President Vladimir V. Putin called President Trump on Sunday to thank him for the help disrupting an ISIS attack in St. Petersburg.

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Disputes Delay Vote on African National Congress Leader

South African officials said 400 delegates had been disqualified. The results on a successor to President Jacob Zuma as party leader were expected on Monday.

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Beirut Journal: Lebanon’s Palestinian Refugees Resist from the Sidelines

Caught between resistance and resignation, the displaced are struggling with the implications of President Trump’s decision on Jerusalem.

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Deadly Taliban Attacks on NATO Convoy and Police in Afghanistan

Militants killed at least 11 officers at Afghan checkpoints in Helmand Province, and a suicide bomber targeted a NATO convoy in Kandahar.

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Australia Diary: A Trip, And a Life, Interrupted

Australian strangers comfort an American woman after her friend died.

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Catalan Separatists Want Independence. Who Else?

Europe has many regions with movements that are pushing for more autonomy.

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Chile Votes in Bitterly Divisive Presidential Election

Voters will decide whether to build on President Michelle Bachelet’s agenda or give power to a right-wing billionaire and former president.

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La maison la plus chère du monde? Simple babiole pour un prince saoudien

Un château d’une valeur de 300 millions de dollars fait partie d’une liste d’acquisitions extravagantes d’un prince qui prend des mesures sévères contre les richesses mal…

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Suicide Bombers Target Pakistan Church Packed With Worshipers

ISIS claimed responsibility for the assault in Quetta that left at least eight dead and 30 injured, raising concerns about the security of Christians in the…

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Un château digne d’un prince héritier

Le prince héritier d’Arabie Saoudite Mohammed Ben Salman a acheté le somptueux Château Louis XIV, alors qu’il mène une campagne anti-corruption contre les élites saoudiennes.

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Australian Tried to Sell Missile Parts for North Korea, Police Say

The police said a naturalized Australian citizen tried to skirt United Nations sanctions by attempting to conduct trade deals on behalf of North Korea.

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The Composer Who Owns Christmas

Choirs around the world sing John Rutter’s works, but their tuneful accessibility has kept him from a place in the pantheon of serious composers.

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European Far-Right Leaders, Meeting to Condemn the E.U., Are Greeted With Boos

Marine Le Pen was at a conference of the Europe of Nations and Freedom outside Prague that drew protesters who shouted “Shame” and denounced populism and…

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Glowing Auras and ‘Black Money’: The Pentagon’s Mysterious U.F.O. Program

The shadowy program began in 2007 and was largely funded at the request of Harry Reid, the former Senate majority leader, who has had a longtime…

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Argentina Fires Head of Navy After Submarine Disappearance

Adm. Marcelo Eduardo Hipólito Srur was let go by the defense minister on Saturday, a month after the San Juan disappeared.

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Rahul Gandhi Takes Leadership of Indian Opposition Party

Mr. Gandhi, scion of India’s famous political dynasty, assumes control of a party that has suffered humiliating recent losses.

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In Iran Sanctions Case, a Clash Over Turkish Banker’s Role

Mehmet Hakan Atilla is on trial in Manhattan over a multimillion-dollar scheme to evade American sanctions against Iran.

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Jacob Zuma Prepares to Depart a Diminished A.N.C.

South Africa’s African National Congress was once a symbol of hope. As it chooses a new leader, what has happened to Nelson Mandela’s legacy?

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Police Investigate ‘Suspicious’ Death of Prominent Toronto Couple

Barry Sherman, founder of the pharmaceutical company Apotex, and his wife, Honey, were among Canada’s wealthiest couples.

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Rajoy Hopes to Return Catalonia to ‘Normality’ With an Abnormal Election

A long-distance campaign for re-election by the ousted Catalan leader, Carles Puigdemont, highlights the unorthodox circumstances of the Dec. 21 vote.

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World’s Most Expensive Home? Another Bauble for a Saudi Prince

A $300 million chateau is one of a string of extravagant purchases for a prince who is cracking down on ill-gotten wealth and preaching fiscal austerity.

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A Chateau Fit for a Crown Prince

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, heir to the Saudi throne, who is leading a crackdown on corruption by the Saudi elite, bought the lavish Château Louis…

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Exodus of Foreign Workers Leaves British Employers in the Lurch

Britain’s plan to leave the European Union has prompted thousands of Europeans to return to the Continent, forcing British employers to compete for a diminishing pool…

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In Italy, #MeToo Is More Like ‘Meh’

Accusations of sexual harassment and assault have not been received with the same uproar and solidarity as in the United States and beyond.

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Beyond Boko Haram’s Reach, Love and Feminism Flourish

In a part of Nigeria where militants treat women like property, many are pushing back, partying all night and expecting husbands who do the dishes.

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Dutch Court Sentences Ethiopian to Life in Prison for War Crimes

The defendant, Eshetu Alemu, 63, was convicted of ordering the killing of 75 prisoners, including many children, in 1978 as a government official in a brutal…

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Judge in Sanctions Case Dismisses a ‘Conspiracy Theory’

Rejecting a request for a mistrial, the judge criticized the defense for allusions to Turkey’s Gulenist movement, calling it a “diversion from the issues.”

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