(The Associated Press)
(The Associated Press)
U.S. demanded a freeze on warheads last week; two countries edge closer to an arms control agreement.

Chinese and Taiwanese officials clash in Fiji amid rise of ‘wolf warrior diplomacy’

Gone are the days of China's diplomats being seen as their country’s more polished, less muscular, arm of government.

Some countries that avoided initial coronavirus surge see first spike in cases

The late surges are most acute in parts of Central and Eastern Europe

What’s reopened and what’s still restricted in 16 cities around the world

Post correspondents and contributors check on the progress of reopening from lockdowns in cities across Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America.
The research is risky, given that there’s no surefire treatment for covid-19.
Movie theaters across China have reopened to eager audiences, as Beijing keeps a close watch over new coronavirus cases.
Luis Arce’s victory adds to the sense of momentum behind left-leaning politics elsewhere in the region.
A Quebec community, named for its most infamous export, tries to rebrand.
China delivers diatribe against U.S. climate policies
The Trump administration asked the court to intervene in both cases because lower courts have ruled against its policies.
Two U.S. officials reportedly met with intelligence chief in rare high-level talks and discussed Austin Tice, abducted in Syria in 2012.
The man confessed to espionage, including spying on Arab dissidents, a Turkish official said.
Shanghai Wildlife Park officials said they were "extremely heartbroken" after the deadly attack.
China reported third-quarter growth figures that will probably make it the only country to grow, rather than contract, in 2020.
Thailand’s leaderless, digitally driven protests are breaking the mold and confounding authorities.
Saeb Erekat, the longtime public face of senior Palestinian leadership, is on a ventilator in an Israeli hospital.
Court challenges “fundamental rights” of children to see both parents.
The "relaxed summer is over," said German Chancellor Angela Merkel. "Now we are facing difficult months."
Exit polls showed MAS candidate Luis Arce, Evo Morales’s former finance minister, headed to victory in the bitterly fought presidential election.
After early successes in the war against the Islamic State, terrorists are gaining ground on two continents.
Congressional Democrats signal to Egyptian president that human rights abuses will not be tolerated if Joe Biden wins the presidency.
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Activists and opposition media are reporting that Turkish troops in northwestern Syria have been evacuating one of their largest military bases in the area
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Greece’s foreign minister says he has asked fellow European Union members to halt military exports to Turkey, amid a deepening dispute between Greece and its neighbor over maritime boundaries in the eastern Mediterranean
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Armenia and Azerbaijan have reported more fighting over the separatist territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, where clashes have continued for over three weeks despite two attempts at establishing a cease-fire
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Myanmar’s election supervisory body has defended its decision to cancel voting in several areas of the country in next month’s general election, saying it could not be free and fair because of ongoing conflicts with armed ethnic rebel groups
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An official in eastern Congo says more than 1,300 inmates have escaped from the central prison in Beni after an attack by rebels of the Allied Democratic Forces
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