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Boris Johnson presses ahead with October Brexit despite requesting delay

The British government will try, once again, to hold a vote in Parliament on Monday on the withdrawal agreement that Johnson successfully negotiated with his European counterparts last week. Johnson insists Britain can still leave the E.U. in just 10 days time.

Ambassador defends new rules to track Chinese officials in the United States

The U.S. envoy to China, Terry Branstad, said there have been hundreds, perhaps thousands, of instances in which Chinese officials thwarted American diplomats’ efforts to meet with students, local officials and the public in China.

Canadian voters head to the polls to decide whether to give Trudeau a second mandate

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative leader Andrew Scheer are locked in a tight race, but neither is expected to win a majority.
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The commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan said the number of American troops in the country has been reduced by 2,000 over the past year. 

Demonstrations against a 42-cent transit fare hike have erupted into violent clashes over economic inequalities that many say have long been brewing in Chile.

The pro-democracy movement, now in its fifth month, maintains widespread support and momentum in the face of increasing violence and police threats.

The two-year, $1.3 million effort is driven both by patriotism and scientific inquiry.

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Some British MPs hope that passing Johnson's deal would finally end the Brexit debate. Instead, it could make it even more complicated.

Nobody really knows where Brexit is headed next, though the prime minister has asked the E.U. for an extension.

Both sides accused the other of violating the fragile agreement brokered by the United States.

It was one of the deadliest confrontations at the Line of Control this year.

The “cattle queens,” now a third of the nation’s farmers, help each other break into the machista world of agriculture. 

Unusual flurry of commentary exposes an internal debate over the military’s role in foreign policy and the responsibility of uniformed officials to speak out publicly.

“The cartel controls the city,” one resident said.

Leaving the European Union has been an agonizing process that has consumed and divided the country.

A spokesperson said the company had always planned to operate the U.K. location for a limited time.

Students used extension ladders to scale the walls of the secure embassy and unfurled banners demanding U.S. Ambassador Harry Harris leave the country.

Hundreds of thousands of protesters took to the streets as Boris Johnson lost a key vote in Parliament. 

The Central American nation is now a democracy. Why are disappearances soaring? 

Decades after a peace agreement in Northern Ireland, there are still concerns about changing the border.

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Angered by US withdrawal, residents of northeastern Syrian pelt troops as they drive out

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Scotland’s highest court says it could censure the British government if it tries to skirt its obligation to avoid a no-deal exit from the European Union at the end of this month

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Russia’s new focus on Africa takes advantage of US drift under Trump administration

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Japan is bracing for two more storms heading its way a week after a typhoon devastated the country’s central and northern regions

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Ukrainian officials are lashing out at a parody song targeting the country’s former central bank chief

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Authorities in northwestern Bosnia have stopped supplying water to an overcrowded migrant camp criticized as unfit by international organizations in the country

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