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    The Price of Recycling Old Laptops: Toxic Fumes in Thailand’s Lungs

    The e-waste industry is booming in Southeast Asia, frightening residents worried for their health. Despite a...

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    China Uses DNA to Map Faces, With Help From the West

    Beijing’s pursuit of control over a Muslim ethnic group pushes the rules of science and raises...

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    Splintered Isle: A Journey Through Brexit Britain

    As Britain heads for an election, a Times reporter spent two weeks driving from London to...

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    After Horrific Rape in India, Police Kill 4 Suspects

    The police said the men linked to the Hyderabad case had gone for officers’ guns. Rights...

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    Leonardo DiCaprio Responds to Brazil’s President About Amazon Fires

    The actor and environmentalist released a statement on Saturday after President Jair Bolsonaro falsely accused him...

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    Brazil’s Leader Falsely Blames Leonardo DiCaprio for Amazon Fires

    President Jair Bolsonaro falsely claimed that the actor had financed the fires, his latest broadside to...

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    Parliament in a Time of Permanent Campaigning

    Justin Trudeau’s minority government means that everyone in the new Parliament is likely to be in...

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    Nairobi’s Gold-Loving Governor Is Arrested on Corruption Charges

    Gov. Mike Mbuvi Sonko, who has drawn scrutiny for his lavish lifestyle, was accused of money...

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    How Aramco’s Huge I.P.O. Fell Short of Saudi Prince’s Wish

    As investors balked, some bankers and Saudi officials still hoped to achieve the crown prince’s target...

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    Building Collapse in Nairobi Leaves at Least Four Dead, 29 Injured

    The collapse in Kenya’s capital, after exceptionally heavy rains, happened months after a school building collapse...

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    Visiting Auschwitz, Merkel Warns Against Danger to Liberal Democracy

    Stressing that it was “a German death camp, run by Germans,” Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke of...

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    France Is Hit by Second Day of Pension Strikes as Unions Dig In

    Transportation was severely disrupted in Paris and other cities, a day after huge protests over government...

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    A Reporter’s Search for the Truth About Cluster-Munition Deaths

    John Ismay spent five years tracking American service member deaths caused by cluster munitions. This is...

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    Hugh, Actually: In U.K. Campaign, Voters Find an Actor at the Door

    Celebrities have long thrown the weight of their public personas behind political candidates. But Hugh Grant...

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    A Movie Torn From the Pages of His Life

    Ladj Ly started with videos of police confrontations with his friends in Paris’s immigrant suburbs. Now,...

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    Russian Court Bans Politically Active Student From Blogging

    Yegor Zhukov, who was also given a three-year suspended sentence, has become a symbol of the...

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    Claims of China’s Meddling Roil Taiwan Ahead of Elections

    A would-be Chinese defector named two Hong Kong executives as acting as a front for Chinese...

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    Portrait of London Bridge Killer, in His Own Words

    The extremist behind last week’s London Bridge attack wrote letters to the authorities from jail, claiming...

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    Nepal’s Animal-Sacrifice Festival Slays On. But Activists Are Having an Effect.

    With officials cracking down, the number of animals slaughtered during the Gadhimai festival has dropped sharply...

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    Beer With Bella: Tyson Yunkaporta

    The scholar on how Indigenous thinking can lead to innovation and save the world. Also, Vikings...

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    Charges Planned Against Netanyahu Aides in Submarine Graft Scandal

    Indicted and embattled, Israel’s prime minister faces new calls for yet another corruption inquiry.

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    Strikes Against Macron’s Pension Plans Shut Down Much of France

    Workers across the country were staging walkouts and joining demonstrations to register their opposition to President...

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    Saudi Aramco to Raise $25.6 Billion in Biggest I.P.O. Ever

    Aramco, the world’s largest oil company, set a price for its shares that marks the company’s...

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    Election Fraud Aided Evo Morales, International Panel Concludes

    Charges of voting fraud that led to protests and the exile of President Evo Morales have...

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    Is This Thing On? A Look Back at Political Hot Mic Moments

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada became the latest world leader to have private remarks disseminated...

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    Afghan War Casualty Report: December 2019

    At least 57 pro-government forces and 27 civilians have been killed in Afghanistan so far this...

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    Zelensky’s Opponents Fear He Is Ready to Capitulate to Russia

    The Ukrainian president’s political opponents worry that the Trump impeachment inquiry may have weakened Ukraine’s position...

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    At Least 58 Migrants Drown After Boat Capsizes Off Mauritania

    The boat left Gambia last month aiming for Canary Islands, part of Spain. But it approached...

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    Japan Plans to Spend $120 Billion to Stimulate Slowing Economy

    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced the spending as the country’s economy has slowed because of reduced...

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    ‘The Amazon Is Completely Lawless’: The Rainforest After Bolsonaro’s First Year

    Deforestation in the world’s largest rainforest, an important buffer against climate change, has soared under President...

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    ‘He Showed Us Life’: Japanese Doctor Who Brought Water to Afghans Is Killed

    Tetsu Nakamura, 73, arrived in Afghanistan in the 1980s to treat leprosy. But he changed many...

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    TikTok’s Chief Is on a Mission to Prove It’s Not a Menace

    Alex Zhu, the head of the Chinese-owned viral video app, is trying to assuage Washington’s fears....

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    TikTok Blocks Teen Who Posted About China’s Detention Camps

    The app faced renewed questions about whether it censors material after it removed an American’s video...

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    Hong Kong Protests: Tens of Thousands Turn Out for Largest March in Weeks

    Large crowds poured into Hong Kong’s major thoroughfares for a march organized by the Civil Human...

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    At Least 43 Dead in New Delhi Building Fire

    The blaze broke out early Sunday morning in a residential building used to manufacture paper products...

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    ‘I Have Told Everything,’ Says Whistle-Blower in China Crackdown

    Asiye Abdulaheb said she had helped spread documents exposing China’s detentions of Muslim minorities in Xinjiang.

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    Hundreds Spending the Night in Sleeping Bags on Times Square

    World’s Big Sleep Out, drawing attention to homelessness, happened on Saturday in New York, London and...

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    Abandoned Baby Giraffe Dies With Dog by Its Side

    The giraffe had bonded with a watchdog, named Hunter, at a South African animal shelter. It...

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    Call It a Crime of Pasta

    The famous pasta-making women of Bari, Italy, are worried that a crackdown on contraband orecchiette pasta...

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    Almaas Elman, Somali-Canadian Activist, Is Shot Dead in Mogadishu

    It was not immediately clear who killed Ms. Elman, who was described by friends and colleagues...

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    Trump’s Made-for-TV Trade War Keeps World Guessing

    The president’s unpredictability and demands of China are complicating an end to the long-running dispute, experts...

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    Saudi Aramco Sees Itself as a $1.7 Trillion Company

    The world’s largest oil company is providing more data for potential investors in its initial public...

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    Protests Incited by Gas Price Hike Grip Iran

    The unrest put renewed pressure on the government as it struggles to overcome U.S. sanctions.

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    Can a Company Be Virtuous and Profitable? Nestlé Says Yes

    The world’s largest food company is trying to show it can be environmentally sustainable and still...

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    Ho Chi Minh City’s Hilarious Side

    Stand-up comedy is sweeping Vietnam’s largest city, often called Saigon, with locals braving open-mic nights in...

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    Retirement Home Told a Nun She Couldn’t Wear Religious Attire

    Officials apologized and said the case was an incorrect interpretation of France’s secularism law.

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    To Make This Tofu, Start by Burning Toxic Plastic

    Plastic waste from America, collected for recycling, is shipped to Indonesia. Some is burned as fuel...

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    More Than 140 Nazca Lines Are Discovered in Peruvian Desert

    A team of Japanese researchers combined on-the-ground archaeology with modern technology, including artificial intelligence, to identify...

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    At Odds With Labour, Britain’s Jews Are Feeling Politically Homeless

    Once Labourites practically by birth, they are feeling an anti-Semitic chill, leaving many stuck with a...

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    One of World’s First Printed Christmas Cards Goes on Display

    The card, dating from 1843, is a symbol of an enduring holiday tradition in an era...

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    Thich Tri Quang, 95, Galvanizing Monk in South Vietnam, Dies

    An orator with “eyes of a tiger,” he helped bring down American-backed governments in Saigon during...

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    Your Thursday Briefing

    Hong Kong, impeachment inquiry, Democratic debates: Here’s what you need to know.

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    Powerful Earthquake Shakes Northern Thailand and Rattles Bangkok

    The earthquake could be felt hundreds of miles away, and shook high-rises in Bangkok, the Thai...

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    Greece Announces Steps to Shut Down Notorious Refugee Camps

    The government’s plan to redistribute asylum seekers was presented as a more humane alternative, but it...

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    U.K. Conservative Party Scolded for Rebranding Twitter Account

    The temporary name change, to ‘factcheckUK,’ was an effort to “mislead people” during an election debate...

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    A Ukrainian Billionaire Fought Russia. Now He’s Ready to Embrace It.

    Ihor Kolomoisky may be Ukraine’s most powerful businessman. With the impeachment spectacle rattling Kiev, he says...

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    Israel Launches Airstrikes in Syria to Target Iranian Forces

    The strikes came a day after rockets were fired across the border into the Israeli-controlled Golan...