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Even in death, there remains an air of mystery surrounding the scientist and what effect his killing will have on Iran.

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Post correspondents and contributors check on the progress of reopening from lockdowns in cities across Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Provocative actions by Iran-linked militias, U.S. forces or the Iraqi government could spark an unintended clash.
The Danish government admits that some minks improperly killed because of covid-19 fears were not safely buried, either.
If approved, it would be the first such quarantine-free travel corridor between the United States and Europe.
Parliament is known as the place where the sausage is made, but Friday’s antics took the process to a whole new level.
In Trump’s final weeks, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Turkey have signaled the continuation of harsh measures against dissidents.
The dictator is “taking irrational actions,” ordering harsh lockdowns and allowing at least two executions, a South Korean lawmaker said, citing an intelligence briefing.
Officials say uncertainty still surrounds the plans to bring troop numbers from roughly 5,000 to 2,500 by Jan. 15.
Beijing imposed tariffs of up to 200 percent on Australian wine, escalating a dispute that its officials have made clear is over unmet political demands.
Father Isaiah was tortured and wrongfully convicted of killing his bishop, the monk’s lawyers say.
Some public health officials question the effectiveness and the expense.
Femicides are on pace this year for another record. Activists say the government is ignoring a crisis.
France, Italy and Germany are eyeing an E.U.-wide closure of ski facilities until at least early January.
In the meantime, Putin had made a point of noting America’s political divides.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed warned civilians in Mekele to “disarm, stay at home and stay away.”
Nearly 1,500 people have joined an online group to dig into the Sputnik V trials, and sort the doses from the placebos.
Weeks after the one-two punch of Eta and Iota, tens of thousands remain displaced. The impoverished country is appealing to the international community.
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Four Indian states are contemplating new laws to thwart such unions.
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Cuban authorities have cleared more than a dozen artists and activists from a home they have used as a center for anti-government protests that have gained unusually wide attention
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Travel agencies in countries across the Middle East and Africa say the United Arab Emirates has temporarily halted issuing new visas to their citizens
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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro says he won’t take any working COVID-19 vaccine himself
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Pro-democracy demonstrators in Thailand, undeterred by arrest warrants and the possibility of violent attacks, are staging another rally, poking fun at their critics and warning of the possibility of a military coup
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Officials say confrontations between demonstrators and followers of a firebrand cleric have left two protesters dead in southern Iraq, as thousands also took to Baghdad streets in a show of support for the preacher ahead of elections next year
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