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    Wasn’t Japan’s Emperor Just Enthroned? This Time He Got a Really Big Throne

    Naruhito formally declared his ascension to the world’s oldest monarchy before dignitaries from 183 countries. And...

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    ‘There Is No Hope’: Crisis Pushes Haiti to Brink of Collapse

    Haitians say the violence and economic stagnation stemming from a clash between the president and the...

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    What Happened in Today’s Brexit Vote

    In a blow to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, lawmakers passed an amendment to delay a definitive...

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    Climate Activist Scales Big Ben Tower Dressed as Boris Johnson

    An activist from Extinction Rebellion, which has been staging high-profile events around Britain to call attention...

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    China’s Economic Growth Slows as Challenges Mount

    The U.S. trade war is only part of the problem, as Beijing grapples with weakening investment...

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    China Detains 2 Americans Amid Growing Scrutiny of Foreigners

    Two Americans who ran an English-language teaching company are being held on charges of organizing illegal...

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    As Militants Kill in Kashmir, People Are Afraid to Go to Work

    Separatists are waging violence against civilians in the Kashmir Valley, in a bid to bring the...

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    South Korean Politician Resigns After Weeks of Protests

    Ever since the appointment of Cho Kuk as justice minister, South Korea has been rocked by...

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    In Seoul, Crowds Denounce a Divisive Politician. Days Later, Others Defend Him.

    Vast rallies have called for the ouster of South Korea’s justice minister. But huge counterprotests have...

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    Romania’s Government Is Toppled in No-Confidence Vote

    The governing party has faced claims of corruption and protests against what many see as its...

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    Russia Couldn’t Stop This Putin Critic. Now It Has a New Tactic.

    Russian authorities stepped up their long campaign to silence the opposition leader, accusing him of taking...

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    Heavy Rains Extinguish Monthslong Fires in Bolivia

    Hundreds of thousands of people protested against what they said had been a slow response by...

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    The Best and Brightest? Not Always for E.U. Leadership Jobs

    Parliamentary hearings of proposed European commissioners reveal legal, ethical and competence problems for many.

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    Tunisia’s Presidential Runoff: Two Candidates, and One Is in Jail

    The businessman, television boss and presidential contender Nabil Karoui has been held on corruption and money-laundering...

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    Su Beng, a Father of Taiwan Independence, Dies at 100

    He ran underground operations to liberate the island from colonial rule and wrote the foundational book...