China says Trump is on ‘edge of precipice’ as Hong Kong rights bill hits his desk

Protesters in the Asian financial center call for the president to sign a bill designed to safeguard the territory’s freedoms.
A soldier keeps watch from a bunker in Bohdanivka. (Sergiy Morgunov for The Post)
A soldier keeps watch from a bunker in Bohdanivka. (Sergiy Morgunov for The Post)
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Ukraine is an afterthought in Washington’s impeachment drama

For Ukrainian officials, the best thing to do may be to stand back and try to avoid the crossfire.

Israeli challenger Gantz fails to form government, deepening country’s political crisis

Lawmakers have three weeks to craft a ruling coalition before a third election is called.

Iran sentences six environmentalists to prison for ‘collaborating’ with U.S.

The defendants are part of a group of eight environmentalists jailed last year for their work tracking the critically endangered Asiatic cheetah.

Islamic State claims massacre of troops in Mali, where it is gaining ground

Militants are plotting and launching attacks in Africa’s troubled Sahel region.

Why 26,000 students in India came together to brush their teeth — at the same time

Breaking world records has become something of an obsession for the world’s second most-populous country.
Ukrainians are much more concerned about war in the east, the economy and the anniversary of their revolution.
Wolf said the Trump administration will continue to push Mexico to do more to stem the flow of migrants seeking to reach the U.S. border.
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Emails and conversations link secretary of state more closely to the effort to pressure Ukraine to investigate President Trump’s political rivals than previously known.
The senior royal’s ties to the convicted sex offender have dominated news in Britain.
The pro-development president shrugged off government data showing deforestation reached an 11-year high on his watch.
A video of blind student Ebenezer Azamati being dragged from his seat sparked fury in Britain.
“They’re afraid to deliver,” one customer said, amid a conflict that has claimed thousands of lives over two years.
The standoff at Polytechnic University appeared to be nearing a conclusion, as demonstrators elsewhere disrupt transit.
A war monitoring group reported 23 deaths, including Iranians.
The deaths bring to 19 the number of service members killed there this year.
In a response, Twitter said it would take “decisive corrective action” against similar attempts in the future.
Caviar, a matcha latte or a $250 bottle of Grand Cru? All were on the menu at a key site referenced in the impeachment hearings.
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Russia’s lower house of parliament has passed a bill allowing the government to register bloggers, journalists and social media users as foreign agents
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A search is on for a red panda that broke out of a zoo in the Rhone region of southeastern France
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Spain: Court extends jail for ex-Salvadoran colonel in priests’ slaying
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China’s ruling Communist Party’s newspaper has published surveillance video which it says proves the guilt of a former British Consulate employee in Hong Kong who was detained for 15 days on a charge of soliciting prostitution
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PM Netanyahu’s rival in Likud says that if Israel is to go into 3rd election, the party should hold a primary beforehand
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