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New York Times - World

One Minute It Was an Afghan Wedding. The Next, a Funeral for 63.

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Hong Kong Protesters Defy Police Ban in Show of Strength After Tumult

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Women Are Fleeing Death at Home. The U.S. Wants to Keep Them Out.

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India Plans Big Detention Camps for Migrants. Muslims Are Afraid.

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Teenage Brides Trafficked to China Reveal Ordeal: 'Ma, I've Been Sold'

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Sudan Erupts in Celebration After Army and Civilians Agree to Share Power

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Crack Cocaine Makes a Paris Neighborhood 'Hell' for Users and Residents

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Migrant Ship Stranded Off Italy in 'Crisis,' Aid Group Says

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Blackface, Staple of Arab Comedy, Faces Surge of Criticism

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Accusations Against Plácido Domingo Divide the Opera World

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French Waiter Shot Dead Over Slow Sandwich Service, Witnesses Say

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Trudeau, in Trouble in Much of Canada, Still Has Fans in Quebec

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Critic of China's Detention Camps Is Free, but Silence May Be the Price

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Scorched Portugal Turns to the Goat as a Low-Cost Firefighter

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Here There Be Dragons. But Can They Survive an Invasion of Tourists?

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Klezmer Music and Memory at a Festival Celebrating Jewish Life in Poland

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The Bride, the Groom and the Greek Sunset: A Perfect Wedding Picture

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Russian Land of Permafrost and Mammoths Is Thawing

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Picasso Show Captivates Beijing, Whose Art Scene Hums as Censors Hover

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A Runaway Train Explosion Killed 47, but Deadly Cargo Still Rides the Rails

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On Hong Kong Handover Anniversary, Many Fear Loss of Freedoms

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An Overloaded Ferry Flipped and Drowned Hundreds of Schoolchildren. Could It Happen Again?

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Britain Vowed Big Changes After Grenfell Tower Burned. Why Are Thousands Stuck in Firetraps?

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Colombia's Peace Deal Promised a New Era. So Why Are These Rebels Rearming?

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Asia Pacific -- Hong Kong Protesters Love Pepe the Frog. No, They're Not Alt-Right. -- To much of the world, the cartoon frog is a hate symbol. To Hong Kong protesters, he's something entirely different: one of them. -- Daniel Victor

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Asia Pacific -- With Troop Buildup, China Sends a Stark Warning to Hong Kong -- An exercise by the People's Armed Police on Hong Kong's border signaled Beijing's willingness to intervene to end any serious threat to sovereignty. -- Steven Lee Myers -- Javier C. Hernández

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Briefing -- Brexit Files, Gibraltar Tanker, Hong Kong Protests: Your Monday Briefing -- Here's what you need to know. -- Melina Delkic

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Americas -- Egyptian Sought in F.B.I. Qaeda Query Says He Has Nothing to Hide -- "I love American people," said Mohamed Ahmed El Sayed Ahmed Ibrahim, an Egyptian living in Brazil who was named on a most-wanted bulletin. -- Ernesto Londoño -- Letícia Casado

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Europe -- Seized Iranian Tanker Leaves Gibraltar Despite U.S. Pressure -- The ship's departure raised expectations that Iran, in turn, would relinquish a British tanker it seized in apparent retaliation. -- Megan Specia

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Briefing -- Hong Kong, India, China: Your Monday Briefing -- What is happening in Asssam? -- Alisha Haridasani Gupta

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Economy -- China Pressures Business Over Hong Kong. Workers Get Caught in the Middle. -- Beijing wants global companies to back its power over the city, even as their workers join protests calling for greater say in the fate of their home. -- Sui-Lee Wee -- Raymond Zhong

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Image - Times - Video - 'We Just Want Hong Kong to Stay Hong Kong': Protesters Come Out in Force - Thousands of protesters filled the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday in what appeared to be the largest turnout in weeks. By - Nilo Tabrizy

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Europe -- 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 fueled public anxiety, and far-right campaigning, in Germany. -- Melissa Eddy

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Europe -- No-Deal Brexit Risks Food, Fuel and Drugs Shortages, Leaked U.K. Files Say -- Britain would be likely to face jammed ports and a hard border in Ireland if it left the European Union without a transition deal, according to government documents leaked to The Sunday Times of London. -- Reuters

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