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As Fighting Escalates, U.N. Urges Protection for Aid Workers in Afghanistan

Afghan internally displaced people receiving food rations distributed by the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Authority in Herat, Afghanistan, this week...

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Who Is Winning the War in Afghanistan? Depends on Which One

Devastation in Ghazni. Hundreds of bodies were abandoned in the streets or dumped in the river during recent fighting...

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The Bride Was a Dream in a Dirndl, but Putin Stole the Show

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia danced with Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl of Austria during her wedding on Saturday...

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‘Laceration in the Heart of Genoa’: Italy Holds State Funeral for Victims of Bridge Collapse

Relatives mourned some of the victims of the collapsed Morandi highway bridge in Genoa, Italy, before the state funeral on Saturday...

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Imran Khan Takes Helm in Pakistan, a Nation Divided and in Debt

Imran Khan at a session of the National Assembly in Islamabad, Pakistan, on Friday, when he was made prime minister with 51 percent of the vote...

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Quebec’s ‘Trash Radio’ Host Fires Up Outrage, and Big Ratings

Jeff Fillion in his radio studio in Quebec City...

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Kofi Annan, Diplomat Who Redefined the U.N., Dies at 80

Kofi Annan was the first secretary general to be chosen from the international civil servants who make up the United Nation’s bureaucracy...

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Trump Has Attacked the Russia Inquiry Over 250 Times. Here Is What’s True.

President Trump at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. last week...

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France Dispatch: Catalan Gypsies, Unique and Embattled, Resist as Homes Are Reduced to Rubble

The Gypsies of Perpignan have been in the area since the Middle Ages, when Saint Jacques was built with a narrow grid of houses huddled protectively against one another...

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Merkel and Putin: A Long History of Distrust and Reconciliation

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia in Sochi, Russia, in May. They are to meet again on Saturday, this time in Germany...

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Murder Mystery in Ancient Monastery Reverberates in Coptic Church

A monk entering a cell at the Monastery of St. Pishoy, a few miles from where a bishop was killed...

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Hairy Mountain Beasts and Franglais Humor: The Canada Letter

Todd Standing in camouflage while sasquatch tracking...

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Trump, Elon Musk, Turkey: Your Friday Evening Briefing

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The Saturday Profile: Empowering Teenage Girls in a Traditional Village and Across Morocco

Maryam Montague, who started a program to empower girls in Morocco...

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‘I Would Have Died There’: Floods in Kerala, India, Kill Hundreds

Heavy rains have caused some of the region’s worst flooding in nearly a century, killing more than 300 people and displacing thousands...

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Elected Prime Minister, Imran Khan Offers Little Conciliation to Foes

Imran Khan offered little conciliation to his political opponents after being elected prime minister on Friday...

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In Turkey Economic Crisis, Erdogan Is His Own Megaphone, Blaming the West

Since his re-election in June to a newly powerful presidency, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has become the dominant communicator of his government to Turkey’s 81 million pe...

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King of Spain Leads Ceremony to Remember Barcelona Attack Victims

Hundreds of people gathered on Friday on Las Ramblas, the main promenade in Barcelona, Spain, to pay tribute to the people killed in a terrorist attack one year ago...

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China Fires 4 Officials Over Defective Vaccines

A child receiving a vaccination in Jiujiang, China, last month. Many parents said they were skeptical of the government’s vow to clean up the vaccine industry...

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Dozens Killed as Kerala, India, Hit by Worst Floods Since 1920s

Flood waters inundated homes across Kerala in southern India...

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5 Takeaways From Elon Musk’s Interview With The New York Times

In a wide-ranging interview with The New York Times, Elon Musk spoke of the heavy toll that running Tesla has taken on his personal life...

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Britain’s Big Squeeze: As Austerity Helps Bankrupt an English County, Even Conservatives Mutiny

Higham Ferrers is one of the towns that will be affected by the de-facto bankruptcy of the Conservative-led Northamptonshire County Council, in England...

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Life in Turkey Now: Tough Talk, but Fears of Drug Shortages

A new mosque under construction in Taksim Square...

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Palestinian Mail Reaches the West Bank, 8 Years Late

Palestinian postal workers sifted through undelivered mail dating as far back as 2010 at the post office in Jericho. The mail had been blocked by Israel...

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North Korea Presses Demand for End of War Amid Talk of Pompeo Visit

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, second from left, was met by Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho and other North Korean officials at the airport in Pyongyang, the North Korean capital...

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In Shadow of Mt. Etna, Europe Makes a Last Stand for Solar

The new, more efficient solar panel being tested by an Italian utility, Enel, at a Sicilian factory in Catania...

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Turkish Airstrike in Iraqi Territory Kills a Kurdish Militant Leader

Fighters of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, also known as the P.K.K., patrolling in the Qandil Mountains, near their headquarters in northern Iraq, in June...

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Cut in Two, Genoa Finds Its Political Paralysis Now Eclipsed by Shock

The Morandi Bridge in Genoa, Italy, was built so close to private homes that residents could not sleep at night when workers did the maintenance work that was always needed...

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Afghan Dream of a Better Life Ends in a Hilltop Mass Grave

Mourners carried the body of one of the young victims of a suicide attack at a university prep center during a burial ceremony on Thursday in Kabul, Afghanistan...

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Brazilian Plastic Surgeon Is Charged in Patient’s Murder

Denis Furtado in Rio de Janeiro last month. He has been charged in the death of one of his patients...

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Aretha Franklin, Trump, N.Y.U.: Your Thursday Evening Briefing

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Swamped in Inflation, Venezuela to Cut Five Zeros from Currency

President Nicolás Maduro shortly before drone explosions interrupted his speech in Caracas on Aug. 4...

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Gay Afghan Teenager Denied Asylum in Austria Because He Didn’t Fit Stereotype, Rights Group Says

Migrants on the Hungarian and Austrian border in 2015. Those fleeing their home countries for Europe face perilous journeys, and activists say that L.G.B.T. people are especia...

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How Dangerous Are Italy’s Bridges? Even After Genoa, No One Knows

Firefighters helped people living near the Morandi Bridge evacuate on Thursday...

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In Italy Bridge Collapse, Both Design and Upkeep Are Under Suspicion

Rescue services at the Morandi bridge that collapsed on Tuesday in Genoa, Italy, killing at least 38 people...

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Google Employees Protest Secret Work on Censored Search Engine for China

Google employees have signed a letter protesting the company’s building of a censored search engine for China...

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Muslim Job Applicant Who Refused Handshake Wins Discrimination Case in Sweden

Farah Alhajeh said that she greeted men and women the same way in mixed company, by bringing her hand to her chest. “We live in a society where you have to treat women and m...

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Melting Ice Uncovers 1946 Wreckage of U.S. Plane in Swiss Glacier

Some of the debris on Wednesday from a plane crash 70 years ago on the Gauli Glacier in Switzerland. The survival of everyone onboard “was the most improbable story in the h...

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Keïta Gets 2nd Term as Mali President With Runoff Victory

President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta at a polling station in Bamako during Sunday’s runoff election...

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Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Former Prime Minister of India, Dies at 93

Atal Bihari Vajpayee in 2004. For most of his 50 years in politics, he was virtually unknown outside India...

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In China, Salmon is Salmon, Even if It’s Trout

Salmon — or is it rainbow trout? — at the Huangsha seafood wholesale market in Guangzhou, China...

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Jakarta Spruces Up for Asian Games, Literally Covering Up Stinky River

Workers installing nets to cover the “Black River” near the Asian Games athletes’ village in Jakarta, Indonesia, in July...

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President of Mali Gets 2nd Term With Victory in Runoff Vote

President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta at a polling station in Bamako during Sunday’s runoff election...

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11-Year-Old Bride of Malaysian Man Is Returned to Thailand

Siti Nor Azila, 34, the second wife of Che Abdul Karim Che Abdul Hamid, with her two daughters in her family’s home in Kelantan in July. Ms. Siti Nor was unaware of Mr. Che...

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For Some Viewers, ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Is Not Asian Enough

In the United States, “Crazy Rich Asians” has been celebrated for its all Asian and Asian-American cast. But in Singapore, where it was shots, some residents said the movi...

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Tencent, the Chinese Internet Giant, Stumbles. Beijing Gets the Blame

Tencent was among the companies at an internet conference in Wuzhen, China, in December. On Wednesday, the company stumbled, missing earnings targets and posting a slowdown in...

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Letter 68: Get to Know Besha Rodell. And Maureen Dowd Is on Her Way to Sydney.

Besha Rodell (she still looks JUST like this)...

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Paul Manafort, Trump, Opioids: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing

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ISIS Member Wanted in Murder in Iraq Is Arrested in Sacramento, U.S. Says

A federal agent removed items from an apartment on Wednesday following the arrest of Omar Ameen in Sacramento. He is accused of killing a police officer in Iraq...

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