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    Indonesian Buddhist Woman Imprisoned for Complaining Mosque Too Loud
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    Turkey Lifts Travel Ban on German Journalist
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    Netanyahu and Bolton Discussions Focus on Iran Nuclear Program
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    Brazilian Border Town Residents Drive out Venezuelan Immigrants
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    Italy’s Leader Demands Safe Roads; Bridge Toll Rises to 43
  • Cossacks and Flowers as Putin Dances at Austrian Minister’s Wedding
    Cossacks and Flowers as Putin Dances at Austrian Minister’s Wedding
  • Rescuers Help Whales Stranded Near Reykjavik Back to Sea
    Rescuers Help Whales Stranded Near Reykjavik Back to Sea
  • Survivor, Shaken, Describes Plunge Off Bridge in Italy
    Survivor, Shaken, Describes Plunge Off Bridge in Italy
  • Turkey Edges Toward Recession in Tariff Spat With United States
    Turkey Edges Toward Recession in Tariff Spat With United States
  • NATO Military Exercises in Georgia, Closer to Russia
    NATO Military Exercises in Georgia, Closer to Russia
  • Saudi Arabia Says It’s Given $100 Million to Northeast Syria
    Saudi Arabia Says It’s Given $100 Million to Northeast Syria
  • US Targets Chinese, Russian Companies Over Illegal Shipments to North Korea
    US Targets Chinese, Russian Companies Over Illegal Shipments to North Korea
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    Standing Pat, Central Bank Says Rand Drop Is Blip Due to Turkey
  • Clashes Continue as Taliban Press Afghan City South of Kabul
    Clashes Continue as Taliban Press Afghan City South of Kabul
  • EU Seeks Details From Saudi Arabia on Women Human Rights Arrests Amid Canada Row
    EU Seeks Details From Saudi Arabia on Women Human Rights Arrests Amid Canada Row
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    Ryanair Braces for Biggest Ever One-Day Strike
  • 20 Years After Al Qaeda’s First Big Attack, Kenyans Still Bear Scars
    20 Years After Al Qaeda’s First Big Attack, Kenyans Still Bear Scars
  • Kroenke Wins Full Control of Arsenal After Usmanov Agrees to Sell
    Kroenke Wins Full Control of Arsenal After Usmanov Agrees to Sell
  • Saudi Arabia Reassures Canada on Oil Supplies as Dispute Drags On
    Saudi Arabia Reassures Canada on Oil Supplies as Dispute Drags On
  • Canada PM Says Will Press Saudi Arabia on Rights, Offers Olive Branch
    Canada PM Says Will Press Saudi Arabia on Rights, Offers Olive Branch
  • Australia and EU Seek to Bolster Partnership, Enhance Trade Ties
    Australia and EU Seek to Bolster Partnership, Enhance Trade Ties
  • Brazil Judge Lifts Border Closure for Venezuelan Immigrants
    Brazil Judge Lifts Border Closure for Venezuelan Immigrants
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    Friendship No More: How Russian Gas Is a Problem for Germany
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    11 US Passengers Sue Aeromexico Over Plane Crash
  • Canada Defiant After Saudi Arabia Freezes New Trade Over Human Rights Call
    Canada Defiant After Saudi Arabia Freezes New Trade Over Human Rights Call
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    Making of the Film ‘In the Name of Confucius’ Felt Like Going to War, Director Says