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    China Pushes for New Hong Kong Security Law

    Such rules would allow Beijing to take aim at the protests that have roiled the semiautonomous...

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    Kim Jong-un's Absent, North Korea’s Silent, and Rumors Fly

    Rumors about the North Korean leader’s health — and speculation over his possible death — have...

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    Spain Becomes Latest Epicenter of Coronavirus After a Faltering Response

    The government declared a state of emergency Friday, days after it allowed mass gatherings in the...

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    Lebanon, Mired in Crises, Turns to a Professor as Prime Minister

    Hassan Diab, chosen by the president to form a new government, vowed to work swiftly to...

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    Queen’s Speech Lays Out Boris Johnson’s Domestic Agenda

    To deliver what the British prime minister calls the “people’s priorities,” sharp spending increases are promised...

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    Spain Bars Catalan Leader from Public Office for 18 Months

    A Barcelona court ruled that Quim Torra, the president of the Catalonia region, cannot hold office,...

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    Pervez Musharraf, Former Pakistani Leader, Sentenced to Death

    The Pakistani court’s sentence is unlikely to be carried out because Mr. Musharraf is no longer...

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    In France, Dying at Home Can Mean a Long Wait for a Doctor

    A body may not legally be moved in France without a death certificate, which only a...

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    In Era of Hardening Identities, Trump Order on Jews Kindles Questions Old and New

    The president said he wanted to target anti-Semitic speech on campuses, but in the time of...

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    Italy’s New ‘Sardines’ Movement Packs Piazzas to Protest Far-Right Leader

    A liberal, grass-roots movement aims to support civility, equality and a candidate to undercut Matteo Salvini’s...

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    Sanna Marin of Finland to Become World’s Youngest Prime Minister

    At 34, Ms. Marin will head a coalition made up of five parties, in a government...

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    Live Updates: U.K. Votes in General Election

    Britain’s voters head to the polls to choose their next government on Thursday in a deeply...

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    They Came to Play Table Tennis. They Were Deported at Gunpoint in the Dark.

    Two Nigerian students, in Croatia for a sports tournament, were mistaken for undocumented migrants. They were...

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    U.K. General Election Explained: What to Know as Britain Votes

    British voters will choose their next government on Thursday. But the country’s parliamentary system has a...

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    Bougainville Votes for Independence From Papua New Guinea

    The nearly unanimous results in the Pacific islands chain exceeded expectations and could both accelerate independence...

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    Foreign Experts Quit Inquiry of Hong Kong Police Over Lack of Powers

    The panel’s withdrawal is a blow to the government’s effort to meet public demands for an...

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    Strikes Spread Across France for 6th Day, but Government Defends Its Pension Plans

    Protesters took to the streets again to protest President Emmanuel Macron’s plans to overhaul the retirement...

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    With France in Uproar Over Pensions, Macron May Need One Early

    A standoff over the president’s plan to simplify a generous retirement system raises doubts about his...

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    Protesters Are Fleeing Hong Kong. A Secret Network Is Helping Them.

    Risk years of imprisonment or flee? We traced the journey along a covert pipeline helping Hong...

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    In Lebanon, Ex-Premier Hariri Re-emerges as Top Pick for Post

    The businessman Samir Khatib has withdrawn after failing to solidify backing.

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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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    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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    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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    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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    Iran Used Firearms in Deadly Crackdown on Protesters, Officials Admit

    The government said security forces had fought back against “enemy cells” as demonstrations swept the country,...

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    ‘I Don’t Know Prince Andrew,’ Trump Says. Photos Say Otherwise.

    Speaking to reporters in London, President Trump denied knowing Prince Andrew, despite having been photographed with...

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    Undermined by Murder Inquiry, Malta Leader Says He Will Resign in January

    A widening investigation into the 2017 murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia has reached into the government,...

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    China Is Aiming to ‘Break’ Detained Australian Writer, Lawyers Say

    Yang Hengjun has been shackled, cut off from all contact with his family and interrogated daily...

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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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    Protesters Are Fleeing Hong Kong. A Secret Network Is Helping Them.

    Risk years of imprisonment or flee? We traced the journey along a covert pipeline helping Hong...