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    Filmmaker Who Mocked Egypt’s President Dies in Prison

    Shady Habash had been held without trial at a maximum-security prison for two years. His lawyer...

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    C.I.A. Hunts for Authentic Virus Totals in China, Dismissing Government Tallies

    Intelligence officials have told the White House for weeks that China has vastly understated the spread...

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    A Jungle Airstrip Stirs Suspicions About China’s Plans for Cambodia

    The Chinese military’s “string of pearls” strategy depends on far-flung regional outposts. Some think Cambodia is...

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    China Protests U.S. Expulsion of 2 Diplomats Accused of Spying

    The diplomats were expelled after they drove onto a base that houses the headquarters of the...

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    Top U.S. Envoy Warns North Korea Against Weapons Tests

    Stephen E. Biegun appealed to the North to return to dialogue on denuclearization. “Let’s get this...

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    China Condemns U.S. Over Hong Kong. That Won’t Stop Trade Talks.

    Legislation signed by Trump poses a direct challenge to Beijing’s rule, but trade and the softening...

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    Iran Is Secretly Moving Missiles Into Iraq, U.S. Officials Say

    The buildup of a hidden arsenal of short-range missiles is the latest sign that American efforts...

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    NATO Live Updates: Trump-Macron Frictions Shadow a Celebration

    The prelude to the gathering of alliance country leaders was punctuated by testy exchanges between President...

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    In Tense Exchange, Trump and Macron Put Forth Dueling Visions for NATO

    President Trump said a warning from President Emmanuel Macron of France that Europe could no longer...

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    Trump Warns Trade Talks With China May Last Past 2020 Election

    The president said he was in no rush to complete a deal, injecting further uncertainty into...

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    NATO Readies a 70th Birthday Party, With Low-Key Celebrations

    A short meeting of the alliance’s leaders in London is meant to avoid conflict, but there...

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    Time Is Running Out for Trump’s North Korean Diplomacy, Analysts Say

    Analysts fear a looming crisis as North Korea warns of a Dec. 31 deadline for a...

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    NATO Offers Trump a Budget Bonbon as Summit Nears

    The United States and Germany will now pay the same amount into the military alliance’s relatively...

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    Mexican Leader Draws Line on Trump Terrorist Plan: ‘Interventionism: No’

    The reaction has been swift and negative in Mexico, where officials say American terrorist designations of...

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    Iran Strengthens Response to Protests

    The authorities say “six main elements” of unrest in Tehran were arrested. Secretary of State Mike...

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    Beijing Was Confident Its Hong Kong Allies Would Win. After the Election, It Went Silent.

    Since the big loss for the pro-Beijing camp, Chinese state media has resorted to a favorite...

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    Mike Pence Makes Unannounced Visit to Iraq

    The vice president’s trip signaled the United States’ continuing engagement in the country and came 11...

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    For First Time, Iran Says Case Is Open on Missing C.I.A. Consultant

    The country’s Revolutionary Court has proceedings “ongoing” over Robert A. Levinson, a former F.B.I. agent who...

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    White House Freezes Military Aid to Lebanon, Against Wishes of Congress, State Dept. and Pentagon

    The indefinite hold halts a $105 million package that the State Department and Congress had approved....

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    North Korea Fires 2 Projectiles in First Test Since Latest Talks Stalled

    Japan said the weapons, which landed in the sea, appeared to be ballistic missiles. South Korea...

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    Honduran President’s Brother Is Found Guilty of Drug Trafficking

    Witnesses at a trial in New York describe how drug money buys protection at the highest...

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    The Cost of Trump’s Aid Freeze in the Trenches of Ukraine’s War

    As President Trump froze military aid to Ukraine and urged it to investigate his rivals, the...

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    Trump’s Syria and Ukraine Moves Further Alienate America’s Already Wary Allies

    American allies in Europe have largely priced in President Trump’s tantrums and fixed ideas, but are...

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    Suspect in Harry Dunn Crash Agrees to Face U.K. Police in U.S.

    An American woman who claimed diplomatic immunity after a fatal accident and then left Britain is...

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    Kurds’ Sense of Betrayal Compounded by Empowerment of Unsavory Rivals

    Abandoned by the U.S., Kurdish forces are doubly angry at who are seeking to replace them:...

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    Under New Rule, Chinese Diplomats Must Notify State Dept. of Meetings in U.S.

    State Department officials said the new measures were ordered in reciprocity for China’s strict limits on...

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    How a Few Grams of Pot Turned an American-Israeli Into a Geopolitical Pawn

    Naama Issachar, a yoga student arrested at the Moscow airport, has found her fate linked to...

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    Britain Demands Return of American Woman Who Fled After Fatal Crash

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on the suspect to return, and said he would ask President...

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    U.S. Nuclear Talks With North Korea Break Down in Hours

    The State Department says the United States brought “creative ideas’’ to the talks. The North Koreans...

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    China Loves News About Trump’s Controversies. Not This Time.

    Since President Trump called for China to investigate the Bidens, Chinese media and officials have been...