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This Far-Right Politician Could Be Brazil’s Next President

Jair Bolsonaro has been in the fringe far right for most of his political career. Now, he is the front-runner in Brazil’s presidential race...

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Gorbachev Calls Trump’s Treaty Withdrawal ‘Not the Work of a Great Mind’

President Trump during a rally in Elko, Nev., on Saturday...

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Turkey’s President Vows to Detail Khashoggi Death ‘in Full Nakedness’

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey greeting members of Parliament in Ankara last week...

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Jordan Reclaims Lands Used by Israel Under Peace Treaty

King Abdullah II, center, arriving at Parliament in Amman last week...

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Rebels in Congo Kill 15 and Abduct Children in Area of Ebola Outbreak

Family members and others mourn over the bodies of civilians killed by Allied Democratic Forces rebels in Beni, eastern Congo, earlier this month. The rebels were blamed for a...

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Ajay Gupta, Riled by South African Graft Inquiry, Denies Charges From Afar

Ajay Gupta and his brothers are accused of having built a business empire based on graft through their ties with former President Jacob Zuma, his family and allies...

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At Least 55 Killed in Communal Violence in Central Nigeria

The Ganaropp village in Plateau State, Nigeria, after Fulani herdsman attacked the village, in June. Deadly communal violence has flared repeatedly in central Nigeria in recen...

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A Push for Safer Fertilizer in Europe Carries a Whiff of Russian Intrigue

An employee inspecting granules of phosphate plant fertilizer at a PhosAgro fertilizer plant in Cherepovets, Russia...

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Taiwan Train Crash Kills at Least 17 and Injures Over 100 Others

Rescuers tending to injured passengers after a train derailed in Yilan, Taiwan, on Sunday...

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Mnuchin to Travel to Saudi Arabia to Reinforce Ties, Despite Uproar Over Khashoggi Killing

Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin’s planned visit to Riyadh this week comes as Saudi Arabia is facing intense global backlash over the killing of the dissident journalist...

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Most of ‘Luzia,’ a 12,000-Year-Old Fossil, Is Recovered After Brazil Museum Fire

A reconstruction of the oldest human fossil found in Brazil, dubbed Luzia, shown at the National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro before last month’s fire...

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Ambush in Philippines Kills Farmers Occupying Plantation Land

Nine were fatally shot, and three bodies burned, after seeking the redistribution of sugar cane land as part of agrarian reform...

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Migrants Vow to Rebuild Caravan and Continue Trek to U.S.

Central Americans crossed from Guatemala to Mexico on Saturday via the Suchiate River. They rode a raft made out of tractor inner tubes and wooden planks...

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Saudis’ Image Makers: A Troll Army and a Twitter Insider

Online attackers who targeted Jamal Khashoggi were part of a broad effort ordered by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and his close advisers to silence Saudi critics...

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One Killing, Two Accounts: What We Know About Jamal Khashoggi’s Death

Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul...

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Misery ‘Every Day, Every Hour’ in Syrian Camp. And Now, It’s Grown Critical.

The Rukban camp sprang up between Jordan and Syria...

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Ceremony for Stalin Victims Is Blocked in Moscow, Group Says

People laying flowers in Lubyanka Square in Moscow in 2009 in a tribute to victims of Soviet repression...

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Fact Check: Did Democrats, or George Soros, Fund Migrant Caravan? Despite Republican Claims, No

Migrants from a caravan heading north toward the United States waited on a bridge connecting Guatemala and Mexico on Friday...

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Saudi Explanation of Jamal Khashoggi’s Killing Fails to Squelch Skepticism

The Saudi consul’s residence in Istanbul. Saudi Arabia acknowledged Saturday that the journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside its consulate...

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Mexico’s President-elect Rethinks His Campaign Promises

Mexican President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador greets supporters in Tepic, Mexico, last month...

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Sweden Indicts Woman Who Tried to Block Afghan Man’s Deportation on Flight

Prosecutors said Elin Ersson had violated the Swedish aviation act by remaining standing on takeoff. But she vowed to continue her campaign...

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Thousands March in London for a ‘People’s Vote’ on Brexit

Demonstrators gathered in London on Saturday to call for a new referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union...

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Newsbook: Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Was Killed While in Exile. These Books Explain the Country He Left.

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Australia’s Prime Minister Now Leads a Minority Government After Loss in Local Election

Dr. Kerryn Phelps, campaigning for legalizing same-sex marriage, in Canberra, last year...

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Africa’s Youngest Billionaire Is Freed After Abduction in Tanzania

Mohammed Dewji in 2015...

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Afghans Vote in Elections Marred by Fears of Violence and Fraud

Men lined up Saturday to cast votes in Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital, in parliamentary elections that have been delayed for three years...

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Greece Dispatch: Mount Athos, a Male-Only Holy Retreat, Is Ruffled by Tourists and Russia

Father Jerome in Xenophontos Monastery...

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The End of a Once Mighty, Still Deadly Industry: the Canada Letter

The Jeffrey Mine in Asbestos, Quebec, in 2011. It closed permanently the following year...

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Uproar Over Dissident Rattles Saudi Royal Family

The Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, left, with Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, center, and King Salman. The royal family consists of thousands of descendants of the king w...

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Facebook Ads From Unknown Backer Take Aim at Brexit Plan

The London offices of Facebook, which announced new disclosure policies for political ads in Britain this week...

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Khashoggi, Female Candidates, Mega Millions: Your Friday Evening Briefing

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Jamal Khashoggi Is Dead, Saudi Arabia Says

Saudi Arabia has announced that Jamal Khashoggi, a dissident Saudi journalist, is dead...

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Evelyn Anthony, Writer of Spy Thrillers, Dies at 92

Evelyn Anthony in 1968 with her daughter, Susan, and their dog. She wrote suspenseful stories of Cold War espionage, a field dominated by men...

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As Trump Assails Caravan, a Clash Between Migrants and Mexico Police

In anticipation of the caravan’s arrival at the southern border, the Mexican government deployed hundreds of National Police personnel...

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Macedonia Moves Ahead With Name Change, Helping Its NATO Bid

A billboard promoting the name-change referendum in the Macedonian capital, Skopje, this month...

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Julian Assange Says He’s Suing Ecuador for ‘Violating His Fundamental Rights’

Julian Assange on the balcony of Ecuador’s embassy in London last year. He has lived at the embassy since 2012, when he sought asylum to avoid extradition to Sweden...

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Dozens Watching Fireworks in India Are Mowed Down by Speeding Train

At least 50 people were killed when a train ran into a crowd in Amritsar, India...

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It Has Been Weeks Since Jamal Khashoggi Disappeared. Here’s What We Know.

Jamal Khashoggi, a dissident Saudi writer and Virginia resident, vanished after visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul more than two weeks ago...

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U.S. and South Korea Suspend Military Drills

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and his South Korean counterpart, Jeong Kyeong-doo, made the decision to delay the exercises, called Vigilant Ace, during a meeting in Singapore...

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Three Internet Trolls Convicted of Systematic Defamation Against Journalist in Finland

Jessika Aro, a Finnish journalist, filed a complaint with the police in Helsinki in early 2016 over what she said was a campaign of online persecution...

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Turks Search Far-Flung Sites and Question Workers in Case of Missing Journalist

An aerial view of Belgrad Forest in Istanbul, one of three sites investigators are said to be looking for evidence in the case of Jamal Khashoggi. He was last seen entering th...

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20 Men Convicted of Abusing Young Girls in U.K.

The men were found guilty in a series of trials this year of more than 120 sex crimes against 15 girls in northern England between 2004 and 2011...

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Poland Ordered to Reverse Purge of Supreme Court

A protest against changes to the Polish judiciary outside the Supreme Court in Warsaw last week...

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In Khashoggi Case, Turkey’s Slow Drip of Leaks Puts Pressure on Saudis

Journalists gathered outside the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul on Monday as investigators arrived to look into the disappearance of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi...

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The Saturday Profile: One of Italy’s Last ‘Story Singers’ Is Briefly Left Speechless

Franco Trincale, 83, in Militello, in southeastern Sicily, for the opening of an exhibit dedicated to his long career as one of the island’s last old-school “cantastorie,...

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Brexit Will Compromise U.K. Security, Ex-Spy Chief Says

“I don’t believe Russia would have used a nerve agent on the streets of an American or German city,” said John Sawers, who led MI6 from 2009 to 2014...

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70 Years Later, Norway Apologizes to Women Who Had Relationships With German Soldiers

Prime Minister Erna Solberg said of the treatment of the women, “Norwegian authorities violated the fundamental principle that no citizen can be punished without trial or se...

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Poland Elections a Test for Governing Party’s Populist Message

The two major candidates for Warsaw mayor, Rafal Trzaskowski, left, and Patryk Jaki. For the Law and Justice party, there would be no greater victory than winning the mayorshi...

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Afghanistan Delays Election in Province as Key Security Leader Is Buried

Gen. Abdul Raziq, the police chief who was buried in Kandahar on Friday, loomed large in Afghanistan’s national psyche and was revered by the security forces...

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At War: Afghan War Casualty Report: Oct. 12-18

People gather for the funeral of a prominent Afghan politician who was killed in a bomb attack in Helmand...

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Sagrada Familia, a Barcelona Masterpiece, and Scofflaw?

Construction of the Sagrada Familia started in 1882, but it was only about a quarter completed when its architect, Antoni Gaudí, died in 1926...

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Japan Caved to Trump on Trade Talks. Now the Real Haggling Begins.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan acquiesced to President Trump in New York last month, agreeing to bilateral trade talks with the United States instead of discussions involv...

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Britain Releases Radical Islamist Preacher Under Strict Controls

Anjem Choudary leaving the London Central Mosque after speaking at a rally in 2015...

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Australia Dispatch: Preserving a Culture by Protecting the Environment

Gatha Pura Mununggurr, 28, a member of the Dhimurru Rangers, hunting for dinner after a day of cleaning a beach of debris...

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Mike Pompeo Warns Panama Against Doing Business With China

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, left, with Panama’s president and vice president, Juan Carlos Varela and Isabel Saint Malo, in Panama City on Thursday. Mr. Pompeo warned aga...

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Nikki Haley Pokes Fun at Trump, and Herself, at Annual Al Smith Dinner

Nikki R. Haley delivering a speech at the Al Smith dinner in New York on Thursday...

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