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Xi Visits Philippines to Celebrate ‘Rainbow After the Rain’ With Duterte

President Xi Jinping of China arrived in Manila on Tuesday for a two-day visit to meet with President Rodrigo Duterte and strengthen bilateral relations with the Philippines...

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Australian Prime Minister Plans To Reduce Immigration, Citing Urban Crowding

Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia proposed on Monday that the government impose stricter limits on immigration...

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Marseille Dispatch: In a ‘French Detroit,’ a Housing Crisis Turns Deadly for Poor

A resident in the stairwell of 20 Rue Moustier, a building in Marseilles’ city center, where a 2015 expert report found that 40,000 dwellings were unsafe...

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Science Times at 40: The Key to Stopping the Illegal Wildlife Trade: China

A child poses with a Siberian tiger cub at a park in Harbin, China. The park is part of a government effort to create a haven for Siberian tigers, but lately the country has s...

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11 Things We’d Really Like to Know: Will We Survive Climate Change?

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11 Things We’d Really Like to Know: How Will We Outsmart A.I. Liars?

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Global Health: Why Don’t We Have Vaccines Against Everything?

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11 things we’d Really like to know: Will We Ever Cure Alzheimer’s?

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Airbnb Ends West Bank Settlement Listings, Causing Uproar in Israel

A photograph taken last year from the Palestinian West Bank village Turmus Ayya shows the Jewish settlement Shilo...

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California Wildfires, Nancy Pelosi, China: Your Monday Evening Briefing

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Theresa May, Onetime Business Foe, Finds Corporate Embrace Amid Brexit Debate

Prime Minister Theresa May at the annual Confederation of British Industry conference in London on Monday...

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In Bosnia, Entrenched Ethnic Divisions Are a Warning to the World

Sabit Golos at his fire station in Mostar, Bosnia, where there are two separate fire brigades — one made up mostly of Muslims, like Mr. Golos, and a second one staffed by Ca...

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Pakistan Angered by Trump’s Claim That It Does ‘Nothing’ for U.S.

In an interview with Fox News, President Trump defended his decision to withdraw hundreds of millions in aid to Pakistan...

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News Analysis: U.S.-China Clash at Asian Summit Was Over More Than Words

President Xi Jinping of China, center, at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, on Sunday...

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Saudi King Stands by Crown Prince as Outrage Over Khashoggi Killing Spreads

King Salman of Saudi Arabia, right, in the country’s capital, Riyadh, on Monday. In his first public remarks since the dissident Jamal Khashoggi was killed in Istanbul last...

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‘Like a Terror Movie’: How Climate Change Will Cause More Simultaneous Disasters

A seaside neighborhood in Mexico Beach, Fla., devastated by Hurricane Michael this year...

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Writer of Erotic Novels in China Is Jailed for Producing Gay Pornography

The novelist, known as Tianyi, faces more than a decade in jail, prompting many to criticize the government for going too far in its efforts to block obscene material...

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U.K. Investigates 3,000 Foreign Medics, After Fake Doctor Is Exposed

A hospital in London. The fraud case adds to pressure on Britain’s heath care system...

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Netanyahu’s Coalition in Israel Survives, for Now

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, center, in Jerusalem on Monday. He rebuked disaffected ministers in a televised address on Sunday...

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Global Health: The Fight Against Malaria Has Reached a Standstill

A mother mourned her six-month-old daughter in Banki, Nigeria, who succumbed to malaria. Nigeria has a quarter of all the world’s malaria cases...

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Hong Kong Activists Face Trial Over 2014 Pro-Democracy Protests

The founders of the Occupy Central movement — Chu Yiu-ming, fourth from left, a retired pastor, and the professors Benny Tai and Chan Kin-man, center and third from right ...

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Needing Growth, Uber Returns to Germany. This Time on Best Behavior.

The taxi lot at the Düsseldorf airport. Uber chose Düsseldorf as its re-entry point in Germany because thousands of people there were still opening the app even with no cars...

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Years After Brazen Heist, Tip Surfaces About a Picasso Buried in the Woods

Matisse’s “La Liseuse en Blanc et Jaune” was hanging in the now-empty space, center, at the Kunsthal Museum in Rotterdam, Netherlands, before it was stolen in 2012 with...

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With Sunken Argentine Sub Found, Families Demand Loved Ones’ Remains

Relatives of the lost Argentine submariners demonstrating on Sunday in front of a naval base in Mar del Plata...

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Migrant Caravan Is Just Yards From U.S. Border, but Long Wait Lies Ahead

Melissa Guzmán, 33, center, from Copán in Honduras, waiting in line for food with other migrants outside a recently arranged shelter in Tijuana, Mexico, on Saturday...

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Aldyr Schlee, Who Designed the Brazilian Soccer Team’s Iconic Jersey, Dies at 83

Aldyr Schlee was 19 when he won a newspaper contest for his design of the Brazilian national soccer team jerseys. He died on Thursday...

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Aldyr Schlee, Designer of Brazilian Soccer Team’s Iconic Jersey, Dies at 83

Aldyr Schlee was 19 when he won a newspaper contest for his design of the Brazilian national soccer team jerseys. He died on Thursday...

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Netanyahu, Citing Israel’s Security, Tries to Salvage His Government

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, facing the potential collapse of his governing coalition, said on Sunday, “In the middle of a battle, we do not play politics....

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Trump Says California Can Learn From Finland on Fires. Is He Right?

A large forest fire in Pyharanta, Finland, in July. In the summer, Finland is usually around 60 degrees Fahrenheit, meaning the incendiary risk there is lower than in Californ...

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Can Marijuana Save This New Zealand Town?

A marae — a traditional Maori meeting place — in Ruatoria, New Zealand. Manu Caddie, third from right, and Panapa Ehau, fifth from right, have founded a company to produce...

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An Ex-Rival and a Protégée Vie to Replace Merkel as German Conservatives’ Leader

The three candidates to succeed Angela Merkel as leader of the Christian Democratic Union, from left: Friedrich Merz, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer and Jens Spahn. Mr. Merz and M...

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Theresa May: ‘The Next Seven Days Are Critical’

Theresa May has weathered crisis after crisis as prime minister. Her days could be numbered...

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War Crimes Suspect Called ‘Rambo’ Is Turned Over to International Court

Central African armed forces detained Alfred Yekato, a sitting member of Parliament, after he fired a gun at the Parliament in Bangui in October...

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Times Insider: Too Much Information About Disinformation?

Kathleen Bailey watching a video of herself speaking at a news conference in the 1980s about how Soviet disinformation threatened American democracy. Bailey was the head of a...

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Rich, Ancient City Is Unearthed in Greece

A photograph provided by the Greek Ministry of Culture shows ancient walls and floors from the lost city of Tenea...

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U.S.-China Trade Dispute Leaves Asia-Pacific Forum Without Consensus

“The entire world is worried,” said Prime Minister Peter O’Neill, center, of Papua New Guinea, about the lack of a joint APEC statement at the annual summit meeting. He...

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Interpol Meets to Select New President After Leader’s Arrest in China

Meng Hongwei in 2016, the year he was elected president of Interpol. China has accused him of taking bribes and other crimes...

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The Kilogram Is Dead. Long Live the Kilogram!

A one-kilogram sphere of single-crystal silicon, one of the roundest man-made objects in the world. The object helped redefine a kilogram in terms of the number of atoms it co...

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Doomed Argentine Submarine With 44 Aboard Is Found a Year Later

Relatives of crew members of the San Juan submarine on Saturday outside the naval base in Mar del Plata, Argentina...

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Hundreds of Thousands in France Protest Taxes by Blocking Roads

People wearing yellow vests, a symbol of a French drivers’ protest against higher fuel prices, block the motorway in Antibes, France, on Saturday...

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‘We Were Told That He Did Not Play a Role’ in Khashoggi Killing, Trump Says of Saudi Crown Prince

President Trump said on Saturday that he had not yet been shown C.I.A. intelligence that concludes the Saudi crown prince ordered the killing of a dissident journalist...

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Will Theresa May Be ‘Poleaxed’? The Tories Turn to Poison-Pen Letters

The British prime minister, Theresa May, leaving 10 Downing Street in London on Friday. She is facing a potential revolt from within her own Conservative party...

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Why Is Twitter Cursing a British Conservative Politician?

Jacob Rees-Mogg, center, outside the Parliament building in London on Thursday...

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Egyptian Sentenced to Death in Killing of Christian Doctor

A man accused of supporting the Islamic State was convicted in the stabbing death as the militants have targeted Egyptian Christians over their support for President Abdel Fat...

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Xi and Pence Stake Out Trade Positions in Dueling Speeches at Pacific Rim Forum

Vice President Mike Pence at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit meeting in Papua New Guinea on Saturday...

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‘Tell Everyone We Scalped You!’ How Caste Still Rules in India

Geetabai Jatav with her husband, Sardar Singh Jatav, center, at the government hospital in Gwalior. Mr. Singh, a dalit, was attacked by higher-caste men...

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Hong Kong Dispatch: A Rural Patch of Hong Kong Where Rare Birds Sing and Developers Circle

The skyline of Shenzen, China, looms above the Mai Po Nature Reserve in Hong Kong...

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