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The announcement came shortly after Trump said he was removing Sudan from the U.S. list of state sponors of terrorism.

Trump asked Israel’s leader if ‘Sleepy Joe’ could have made Israel-Sudan deal

The Israeli leader, a close Trump ally, refrained from taking the partisan bait.

No sign Trump’s Syria outreach has made progress on missing Americans

Abbas Ibrahim was invited to Washington by the White House as a mediator but left without any sign of progress.
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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 United Nations hailed the truce as “an important turning point,” but previous cease-fires have broken down.
An unusually stark warning also referred to unspecified threats against the U.S. Consulate in Istanbul.
The ruling is being cheered as a win for the burgeoning meat-alternatives market.
The celebrity Fungie had transformed the economic life of a small town in County Kerry.
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With U.S.-China tensions at their highest point in years, a barrage of state media coverage and a blistering speech by Chinese President Xi Jinping hammered home the message.
Mikheil Saakashvili’s bid in Oct. 31 elections has many twists — including the fact that he was convicted of crimes in absentia.
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Coronavirus cases have peaked — for now — in the world’s second-most-populous country.
Over the course of Trump’s tenure in office, few people have cut more contrasting a figure than the pontiff.
"Vote while you float": NASA astronauts weigh in from orbit.
A Mexican broadcaster said the quote was from a 2019 interview and had been cut by the Vatican.
The movement to end police brutality in Africa’s most populous country has become a global phenomenon.
The United States joined Brazil, Egypt, Hungary, Indonesia and Uganda on Thursday to sign a nonbinding international declaration opposing abortion, in a rebuke of the U.N. Human Rights Council.
The presence of Saeb Erekat in a Jerusalem hospital has sparked a debate.
After a year of economic collapse, the coronavirus and calls for change, Lebanon is bringing back its old prime minister.
Analysts say Huawei’s smartphone chip supply is dwindling, limiting its sales despite surging patriotic demand at home.
Luis Arce, Evo Morales’s former finance minister, will confront the coronavirus and its economic destruction amid deepening polarization.
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A top adviser to President Donald Trump says a key second-term priority on immigration, if the president is reelected, would be using agreements with Central American governments as models to get countries around the world to field asylum claims from people seeking refuge in the United States
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A top adviser to President Donald Trump says a key second-term priority on immigration, if the president is reelected, would be using agreements with Central American governments as models to get countries around the world to field asylum claims from people seeking refuge in the United States
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Brazil’s health regulator has authorized the import from China of a potential vaccine against the coronavirus, just days after President Jair Bolsonaro insisted he wouldn’t allow doses to be shipped from the Asian nation
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The president of the United Nations General Assembly wasn’t happy that New York Mayor Bill de Blasio rejected a meeting with him to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the work of the 193-member world organization
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The Pinheiros River that runs through the heart of Sao Paulo makes its pollution known with a miasma that wafts across city streets, choking rich and poor alike. It’s an unwelcome feature of the city that is also Brazil’s wealthiest and the financial heart of Latin America.
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