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    Royal Jewels of ‘Immeasurable’ Value Are Stolen From a German Museum

    Artifacts including diamonds, rubies and sapphires, said to be of immeasurable historical value, were taken from...

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    Is Mexico Growing More Violent? Our Journalists Answer Reader Questions

    The killing of nine members of a family in northern Mexico prompted questions about violence in...

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    14 Police Officers Killed in an Ambush in Mexico

    The attack, in an area drug gangs have battled over for decades, is a reminder of...

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    One Brother Stabbed the Other. The Journalist Who Wrote About It Paid a Price.

    The use of Europe’s “right to be forgotten” privacy law has broadened, illustrated by two Italian...

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    Rapes and Killings of Children Haunt a Corner of Pakistan

    Child sexual abuse cases keep surfacing in one eastern district, each more shocking. The police say...

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    A Summer of Angst in One of the World’s Safest Countries

    Episodes like the death of a boy who was shoved in front of a train have...

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    Britain’s ‘Knifefree’ Fried Chicken Leaves a Bad Taste for Some

    Some British fried chicken outlets will offer boxes with warnings about knife crime, a hot-button political...

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    Mexico’s National Guard, Created to Fight Crime, Is Deployed to Capital

    Although Mexico City’s crime rate is lower than much of the country’s, a recent spike has...

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    U.K. Failed to Alert E.U. on 75,000 Criminal Convictions

    Britain was supposed to notify other member states of foreigners convicted of crimes in Britain. It...

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    Murder Rates Were Staggering. The Virus Has Brought Some Quiet, for Now.

    With businesses and commercial activity all but shut down, there are fewer people outdoors, making the...