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Theresa May’s Brexit Deal Failed. Here’s What You Need to Know.

An anti-Brexit activist wrapped in a European Union flag standing with other protesters outside Parliament in central London on Tuesday...

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News Analysis: Amid Parliament’s Brexit Rebellion, a Tectonic Shift in How Britain Is Governed

A scaffolded Big Ben at the Houses of Parliament in London. Political shifts have made it harder for British governments to secure convincing majorities in Parliament...

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Brexit, William Barr, Penguins: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing

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Deadly Attack in Nairobi

Gunmen stormed a luxury hotel and office complex in Nairobi, Kenya, on Tuesday. The Shabab, a Somalia-based militant group, claimed responsibility for the assault...

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Migrant Caravan Departs Honduras, and Trump Again Calls for a Wall

The caravan, which numbers between 800 and 1,000 people, according to the Honduran authorities, set out from San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on Monday...

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Bolsonaro Signs Decree Making It Easier for Brazilians to Buy Guns

President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil signed a decree on Tuesday making it easier to buy guns...

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German Intelligence Agency Puts Far-Right Party on Warning

Germany’s domestic intelligence agency will start observing the AfD’s youth wing and a group of prominent party members, including its co-leader Alexander Gauland...

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Macron Hopes Talk Will Calm France, but an Air of Menace Prevails

President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday in the Normandy city of Grand Bourgtheroulde, where 600 mayors gathered to relay the concerns of citizens...

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No-Confidence Vote Called After May’s Brexit Deal Collapses

After Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan was soundly rejected by Parliament, Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the opposition Labour party, tabled a motion of no confidence...

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El Chapo Trial: Former Mexican President Peña Nieto Took $100 Million Bribe, Witness Says

The bribe was delivered to Enrique Peña Nieto, the former president of Mexico, through an intermediary, according to a witness at the trial of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the dru...

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Venezuela Opposition Declares Maduro Illegitimate, and Urges Defections

Juan Guaidó, an opposition leader, announced that he was ready to step in as the president of Venezuela if he had the support of the military...

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After Her Brexit Deal Is Crushed in Parliament, Theresa May Faces a No-Confidence Vote

Pro- and anti-Brexit protesters outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Tuesday. Lawmakers debated for six hours ahead of the vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan...

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Senegal’s Museum of Black Civilizations Welcomes Some Treasures Home

A Bamoun statue from Cameroon, left, and a 2018 painting, “Redresseurs,” from a Cuban art collective The Merger, at the new Museum of Black Civilizations in Dakar. It retr...

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Brexit, Huawei, Gay Penguins: Your Wednesday Briefing

Anti-Brexit demonstrators outside of Parliament ahead of the vote...

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The Gay Penguins of Australia

Sphen, Magic and Sphengic...

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Shabab Claim Responsibility for Attack in Nairobi

The complex attacked in Nairobi, Kenya, on Tuesday includes the DusitD2 hotel, banks and offices...

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Laurent Gbagbo, Former Ivory Coast Leader, Acquitted of Crimes Against Humanity

Laurent Gbagbo faced a litany of charges related to the violence that followed the 2010 presidential election in Ivory Coast...

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Live Briefing: Brexit Vote: Parliament to Decide on E.U. Withdrawal Plan

A Brexit opponent outside Parliament in London on Monday...

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Remain or Leave? A Photographic Journey Through Brexit

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Your Tuesday Briefing

Migrants who are seeking asylum in the U.S. waiting at a border crossing in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico...

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Iranian Satellite Launch Ends in Failure

A still image from video of a satellite launch in Iran on Tuesday...

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The Interpreter: When Crises Rally a Nation, and When They Don’t

President Trump visiting the Mexican border to press his case for wall. He has refused plans to reopen the federal government without funding provided by Congress for a border...

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NATO, Brexit, Chechnya: Your Tuesday Briefing

President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at the NATO summit meeting in Brussels last July...

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Huang Qi, Online Dissident and Rights Advocate in China, Faces Trial

The rights activist Huang Qi in 2012. His trial has drawn intense international attention, in part because Mr. Huang, 55, has a potentially fatal kidney disease...

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Saudi Woman Who Fled Home Embraces All Things Canadian. (O.K., Maybe Not Winter.)

Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun, an 18-year-old Saudi woman who fled her family for fear of violence and received asylum in Canada, in Toronto on Monday...

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Pompeo’s Anti-Iran Tour Faces Obstacles of a Fractious Middle East

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, bottom right, stopped Monday in Saudi Arabia, which is leading the anti-Iran charge in the region...

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Airports, Brexit, Los Angeles: Your Monday Evening Briefing

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As Leaders Scramble to Stop No-Deal Brexit, Many Voters Dismiss the Panic

Supporters of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union outside the Houses of Parliament in London, on Monday...

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Anti-Gay and Sexist Posts Cost Sergei Polunin a Role in Paris

The dancer Sergei Polunin in 2018...

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Dozens of Gay People Arrested in Chechen Crackdown, Russian Rights Group Says

Ramzan A. Kadyrov, center, the leader of Russia’s Chechnya region, at celebrations in the capital, Grozny, last year. Amid accusations of an anti-gay pogrom in 2017, Mr. Kad...

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Canada’s Air Controllers, Purveyors of Pizza Goodwill

Canadian air traffic controllers have sent their American counterparts pizza amid a shutdown which has left thousands without pay...

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Large Explosion in Afghan Capital Kills Four

Afghans wounded in the blast receive treatment at a hospital in Kabul on Monday...

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Theresa May Races to Save Her Brexit Deal From a Historic Defeat

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain leaving her offices at 10 Downing in London on Monday. Mrs. May has been fighting to salvage votes in Parliament for her plan to leave th...

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Congo President Didn’t Run for Re-election, but He’s Still in Control

Supporters of Martin Fayulu scattered on Saturday after a police charge in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. Mr. Fayulu, the opposition presidential candidate, is challe...

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China, Brexit, Australian Open: Your Tuesday Briefing

Robert Lloyd Schellenberg of Canada in a Chinese court during his retrial on drug-trafficking charges...

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Global Health: A Silver Bullet Against the Brain-Eating Amoeba?

A colored transmission electron micrograph showing inflammation of the brain by the Naegleria fowleri amoeba, shown in orange. In pink, running from lower right to the center,...

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Delta Passenger Took Loaded Gun by Accident on Flight to Tokyo, T.S.A. Says

A Transportation Security Administration agent at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta this month. On Jan. 2, a passenger took a loaded gun through a checkpoint...

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The Hunt for the Nazi Loot Still Sitting on Library Shelves

Berl Schor, 91, and his son, David, 52, reviewing a 16th-century book once owned by Berl’s father, who died in a concentration camp. It was returned by a German university a...

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Mayor of Gdansk Dies After Being Stabbed at Polish Charity Event

Mayor Pawel Adamowicz of Gdansk, Poland, shortly before he was stabbed on Sunday...

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Pompeo Stops in Saudi Arabia to Meet With the Crown Prince

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on Monday during his tour of the Middle East. He aimed to discuss an array of topics — war, the journalist Ja...

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Los Angeles, Lion Air, Australian Open: Your Monday Briefing

Migrants arriving at a shelter in McAllen, Tex., run by Catholic Charities...

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South Korea’s Speedskating Community Faces Reckoning After Rape Allegations

Shim Suk-hee at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, last year. Ms. Shim’s accusations against her former coach have sent shock waves through the country’s spo...

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Pompeo Presses Saudi Crown Prince on War, Murder and Diplomatic Rifts

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, left, with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on Monday...

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Cargo Plane Crashes in Iran, Killing at Least 15

The site of the crash of a Boeing 707 cargo plane near the Iranian capital, Tehran, on Monday...

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China Investigates Latest Vaccine Scandal After Violent Protests

Manufacturing polio vaccines in China in 2015. Local officials in eastern China said last week that at least 145 children had received expired oral polio vaccines...

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Canadian May Face Death Penalty in China, Raising Stakes in Rift

The Intermediate People’s Court in Dalian, China, where Robert Lloyd Schellenberg of Canada is to be retried on drug smuggling charges...

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President Trump, U.S. Shutdown, Greece: Your Monday Briefing

President Trump hosting a discussion on border security at the White House on Friday. His presidency is facing existential tests...

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Indonesia Finds Cockpit Voice Recorder for Crashed Lion Air Jet

Indonesian officials searching for the wreckage of Lion Air Flight 610 in November...

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Polish Mayor Is Stabbed on Stage at Charity Event

A man holding a knife shouting on the stage at a charity event in Gdansk, Poland, on Sunday just after Mayor Pawel Adamowicz was stabbed...

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A Blockade and a Murder: U.S. Faces Enduring Problems with Saudis

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, left, was welcomed by Saudi Arabia’s minister of state for foreign affairs, Adel al-Jubeir, center, in Riyadh on Sunday...

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A New Migrant Caravan Forms, and Old Battle Lines Harden

A woman from Honduras, at a migrant camp in Tijuana...

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France Dispatch: As Migrants Risk Crossing the English Channel, French Fishing Boats Pay a Price

A fishing boat entering the port of Boulogne sur Mer, France, across the English Channel from Britain...

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Venezuela Opposition Leader Is Arrested After Proposing to Take Power

Juan Guaidó, the president of Venezuela’s National Assembly, at a rally with supporters in La Guaira on Sunday...

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Gin’s Journey in Britain, From ‘Mother’s Ruin’ to a Hipster Drink

After surging for a decade, gin sales in Britain reached nearly 2 billion pounds, or about $2.6 billion, through last fall, compared with £1.26 billion for the same period in...

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President Trump, Belt and Road, Huawei: Your Monday Briefing

President Trump in the Cabinet Room on Friday...

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‘The Taliban Made Me Fight’: What to Do With Child Recruits After They Serve Time?

Young men being searched at the Badam Bagh juvenile detention center in Kabul, Afghanistan, after visits with their families...

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Italian Fugitive Set to Be Extradited 28 Years After His Murder Conviction

A still from video released by the Italian police of a man captured in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. He is thought to be Mr. Battisti...

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17 Die in Fire at Ecuador Drug Rehab Clinic

President Lenín Moreno of Ecuador said after the fire, “We will not allow the death of innocents to remain unpunished.”...

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Israel, in Rare Admission, Confirms Strike on Iranian Targets in Syria

Israeli soldiers showing the opening in December of a tunnel from Lebanon into Israel. The military says it is wrapping up a six-week operation to seal six tunnels it has foun...

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Paris Explosion at Bakery Kills at Least 4 and Injures Dozens

The blast appears to have been an accident tied to a gas leak, the authorities said...

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Greek Leader Calls for Vote of Confidence After Minister Quits Over Macedonia Deal

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of Greece called on Sunday for an “immediate” vote of confidence in the Greek government...

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Competing Against Chinese Loans, U.S. Companies Face Long Odds

An access tunnel in the Karuma hydroelectric power station project, which is under construction on the Nile in northern Uganda. A Chinese contractor is building the power stat...

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