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Drug production is booming in Paraguay, and so is drug violence

Brazil’s Federal Highway Police with an abandoned truck containing 4.3 tons of marijuana and 23 pistols in the city of Toledo, close to the border with…

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Trump’s far-right dilemma, and 4 other global stories you might have missed

White nationalists carry torches on the grounds of the University of Virginia on Aug. 11. (Alejandro Alvarez/News2Share via Reuters) In this occasional series, the London bureau of…

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Trump’s Charlottesville response puts his foreign friends in an awkward position

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Iran’s supreme leader says the U.S. should ‘tackle’ white supremacy

Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, left, and President Hassan Rouhani greet at the official endorsement ceremony of Rouhani in Tehran, Aug. 3. (Office of the Iranian…

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Australian neo-Nazi group peppers schools with racist fliers

(iStock) “Keep Australia White.” That’s the message Melbourne schoolteachers found papered on the walls of their institutions this weekend. White supremacists had broken into three schools and…

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Israel’s response to Charlottesville hasn’t been as clear as you might have expected

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on Aug. 13. (Dan Balilty/Reuters) As neo-Nazis and white supremacists marched through Charlottesville chanting…

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‘Nazis must be confronted’: World leaders accuse Trump of ‘glossing over’ racist violence

President Trump on Aug. 15 said that “there’s blame on both sides” for the violence that erupted in Charlottesville on Aug. 12. (Bastien Inzaurralde/The Washington Post)…

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How a post-Bannon White House may deal with the world

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‘To our Jewish guests’: A Swiss hotel singles out Jews

PARIS — Outrage erupted Tuesday after a small Swiss hotel posted a sign asking “Jewish guests” to shower before using the swimming pool. After a hotel guest…

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How other countries have dealt with monuments to dictators, fascists and racists

The waning days of the Confederacy did not look so different from the last hours of Nazi Germany. As Matthew Schofield of McClatchy Newspapers explained: “Flags were torn…

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Zimbabwe’s first lady allegedly assaulted a model who partied with her sons

After reportedly turning herself in to South African police on Tuesday over allegations that she assaulted a 20-year-old woman who was partying with her two sons, Zimbabwean…

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Aid groups say Italy is forcing them to stop rescuing migrants at sea

MILAN — The central Mediterranean is one of the world’s deadliest migration routes: Last year, 4,576 migrants lost their lives trying to reach Italy from Libya, and…

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Does diplomacy stand a chance in North Korea?

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A teen checked into an Internet-addiction camp in China. He was dead two days later.

An Internet cafe in Beijing in 2015. (How Hwee Young/European Pressphoto Agency) By all accounts, Li Ao, an 18-year-old man in Anhui province, was well-behaved but…

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Hundreds buried alive in massive Sierra Leone mudslides and floods

Video from Freetown, Sierra Leone showed a torrent of brown water rushing through the city’s streets. Many impoverished areas of Sierra Leone’s capital are close to…

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The violence in Charlottesville can’t be blamed on a foreign power

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