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Kashmir Militants Strike Again, Killing at Least 4 Indian Soldiers

Indian soldiers near the site of a gun battle between militants and Indian security forces in the Pulwama District of the Kashmir Valley on Monday...

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Poland and Israel’s Embrace as Awkward as Ever Despite Shared Adversary in E.U.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, right, with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki of Poland at the Middle East summit in Warsaw last week...

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Brexit: For Wall Street Banks in London, It’s Moving Time

London’s financial district, Canary Wharf. Few expect London to lose its might overnight, but international banks will no longer view it as their best gateway in or out of E...

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As Uighurs Disappear in China, Loved Ones Overseas Demand Answers

Murat Harri Uyghur, a doctor in Finland, is helping to compile testimonies from other Uighurs in exile about loved ones who may be in Chinese internment camps...

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The English Voice of ISIS Comes Out of the Shadows

Mohammed Khalifa, a 35-year-old Canadian citizen who was born in Saudi Arabia and is of Ethiopian descent, says he is the narrator of multiple English-language Islamic State v...

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More Clues, and Questions, in 1961 Crash That Killed Dag Hammarskjold

Officials searching through debris after the plane carrying Dag Hammarskjold crashed in Northern Rhodesia...

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In Center of Catholicism, New Mormon Temple Invites Curious Romans for a Look

The new temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Rome. Nonmembers were being allowed to tour the temple before its dedication...

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Rift Between Trump and Europe Is Now Open and Angry

Vice President Mike Pence and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany in Munich on Saturday. She pushed back against his call for European allies to pull out of the Iran nuclear d...

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British Woman Who Joined ISIS and Wants to Return to U.K. Gives Birth in Syria

Shamima Begum, 19, had expressed little regret for joining the terrorist group but wanted to return home to protect the health of her child. Her son was born in a refugee camp...

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Russian Flag Is Unfurled on Salisbury Cathedral. Residents See a Morbid Prank.

The stunt came two weeks before the anniversary of a Russian nerve-agent attack on a former spy in the English city...

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Karl Marx’s Tomb in London Is Splashed With Red Paint

Karl Marx’s memorial in Highgate Cemetery in London has been vandalized twice in less than two weeks...

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India Dispatch: ‘The Pirate Days Are Over’: Goa’s Nude Hippies Give Way to India’s Yuppies

An Indian tourist lounging in the surf on a Goa beach last month, as a friend took a picture...

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Land Mines Block Saudi-led Assault in Yemen, Killing Civilians

A mountain of land mines that Yemeni soldiers said they collected over the past two months. The mines have stymied the Saudi-led advance...

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U.S. Military Starts Flying Aid for Venezuela to Colombia

The border crossing with Venezuela, as seen from Cúcuta, Colombia...

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‘No One Survived.’ A Taliban Attack Kills 32 at Remote Afghan Post.

The attack on the small base was the latest in a series of deadly Taliban ambushes of Afghan security outposts...

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News Analysis: Among European Allies, Americans Offer Competing Visions

Vice President Mike Pence during his speech at the annual Munich Security Conference. His predecessor, Joseph Biden, also spoke...

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Emiliano Sala’s Grieving Argentine Hometown Bids Farewell

A banner reading “Emi, you will never walk alone” outside the soccer boyhood club of Emiliano Sala in Progreso, Argentina, on Saturday...

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Albania Protesters Clash With Police at Rally Called by Opposition

Supporters of the opposition party gathered for an antigovernment protest in front of the office of Prime Minister Edi Rama’s Socialist Party in Tirana on Saturday...

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Merkel Rejects U.S. Demands That Europe Pull Out of Iran Nuclear Deal

At the Munich Security Conference on Saturday, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany delivered a spirited defense of multilateral institutions in a world increasingly marked by...

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Bruno Ganz, Who Played an Angel and Hitler, Is Dead at 77

Bruno Ganz was born in Zurich, the son of a Swiss mechanic and his Italian wife...

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Spain’s Far-Right Vox Party Sees Breakout Moment in New Election

Migrants on their way home after working in the greenhouses in El Ejido, in southern Spain, where the far-right Vox party has taken root...

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The President, the Envoy and the Talib: 3 Lives Shaped by War and Study Abroad

Mr. Ghani, Mr. Stanikzai and Mr. Khalilzad now. As young men Mr. Ghani and Mr. Khalilzad studied in Beirut and earned doctorates at American universities. Mr. Stanikzai traine...

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Nigerian Candidates Urge Patience After Presidential Election Is Delayed

Supporters of President Muhammadu Buhari at a rally in Abuja on Wednesday. He faced a tight race in the presidential election, which was scheduled for Saturday but was abruptl...

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Pope Defrocks Theodore McCarrick, Ex-Cardinal Accused of Sexual Abuse

Theodore E. McCarrick, a former cardinal and archbishop of Washington, was expelled from the priesthood after he was found guilty of sexual abuse...

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Canada Letter: The Strange Story Behind the SNC-Lavalin Affair

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last month with Jody Wilson-Raybould, who quit his cabinet this week...

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Nigeria Postpones Election Just Hours Before Polls Open

Election material awaiting distribution in Yola, Nigeria, on Friday...

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Millionaire Brothers Wanted by Ecuador Are Arrested in Miami by ICE

Roberto Isaías in Miami in 2014. He and his brother William were arrested Wednesday and taken to a detention facility where undocumented immigrants are held pending deportati...

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Vogue Brazil Fashion Director Quits Over Photos That Evoke Slavery Era

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Border Wall, Illinois, Colin Kaepernick: Your Friday Evening Briefing

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In Eastern Europe, U.S. Officials Talk Deals, Not Erosion of Democracy

A protest against the planned reorganization of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest on Tuesday...

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Canada Warns Citizens Not to Travel to Haiti as Protests Against Moïse Continue

President Jovenal Moïse of Haiti has refused to bow to widespread protests calling for his resignation, but protests against him have continued, prompting Canada to issue a t...

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The Saturday Profile: A Rap Challenger to the Thai Military Junta

From left, Jacoboi, Hockhacker, and Nutthapong Srimuong take a smoke break in front of Rap Is Now, in Bangkok last month...

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Students Skip School Across Europe to Demand Climate Action

Demonstrators gathered Friday in Brighton, southern England...

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Vogue Fashion Director in Brazil Quits Over Photos That Evoke Slavery Era

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U.S. Private Equity Investor Detained in Moscow on Fraud Charges

The case against Michael Calvey and his partners was brought up by a minor shareholder of the Vostochny Bank, Interfax reported...

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Brazil Arrests 8 at Mining Giant Vale Over Deadly Dam Collapse

A firefighter at the Vale plant near Brumadinho, Brazil, this past week. The rupture of the dam last month unleashed a tidal wave of mining waste and sludge that killed at lea...

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At War: How Shannon Kent’s Peers Honored Her Career: With a ‘Sea of Khaki’

In this week’s newsletter, John Ismay recounts the memorial service held for Navy Chief Shannon Kent, who was killed by a suicide bomber at a restaurant in Manbij, Syria, la...

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Sexual Violence on the Rise in South Sudan, U.N. Says

A woman who said she and a friend were raped by four gunmen in November recounted the attack at a hospital in Nhialdiu, South Sudan, in December...

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Vatican Envoy to France Under Investigation for Sexual Assault

Luigi Ventura, the apostolic nuncio to France, has been the Vatican’s diplomatic representative in Paris since 2009...

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India Blames Pakistan for Attack in Kashmir, Promising a Response

Protesters in Jammu, India, on Friday, denouncing the attack in southern Kashmir that had killed 40 Indian soldiers the day before...

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At War: Afghan War Casualty Report: Feb. 8-14

A police officer keeps watch as Afghan civil society activists celebrate Valentine’s Day in Kabul, Feb. 14, 2019...

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What Is the Munich Security Conference, and Why Does It Matter?

Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov of Russia speaks at the Security Conference in Munich, Germany, last year...

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Sri Lanka Seeks Executioner With ‘Excellent Moral Character’

Sri Lanka, whose president is determined to bring back the death penalty, turned to the want ads to find a hangman...

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National Emergency, Amazon, Kashmir: Your Friday Briefing

A protest against Amazon’s planned headquarters in Queens in January...

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Kabul Dispatch: A Shotgun Under Her Bed, This Afghan Maverick Wants No Peace With Taliban

Laila Hairdari drives her own car in Kabul, which is a rare and shocking scene to most Afghans. She doesn’t drive slowly, either...

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Trilobites: Searching Tardigrades for Lifesaving Secrets

Tardigrades have special proteins that scientists believe help them achieve suspended animation...

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How a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit Could Open a Path to Irish Unity

The corner of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, where the “Bloody Sunday” killings of demonstrators were carried out. The Good Friday Agreement of 1998 has largely ended sect...

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U.S.-China Trade Talks End, With Progress Uncertain

President Xi Jinping of China meeting with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, left, the United States trade representative Robert Lighthizer, second from left, and Chinese off...

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Four Men Convicted in Killing of Top Aide to Myanmar’s Leader

U Kyi Lin, center, and U Aung Win Zaw were both sentenced to death on Friday for the killing of the adviser U Ko Ni...

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Spain’s Prime Minister Calls Snap Election

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez of Spain in Madrid on Thursday...

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Dubai Airport Briefly Halts Departures Over ‘Suspected Drone Activity’

Departing flights were suspended for about half an hour on Friday morning at Dubai International Airport...

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