The draft divorce deal between Britain and the European Union has united the ­British pro- and anti-Brexit camps in horror. In the rest of Europe, the angst has been met with an impatient shrug — and some disdain toward Brits who thought it could turn out any other way.
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Russian dissidents and their Western allies hobnob in London to honor Sergei Magnitsky.
The Syrian ambassador vowed to retake the Golan Heights “by peace or by war,” while Israel said the plateau is essential to Israel’s security and it will never withdraw.
A local woman walks on a square where a Lenin monument used to stand in Kodaky village. (Oksana Parafeniuk for The Post)
A local woman walks on a square where a Lenin monument used to stand in Kodaky village. (Oksana Parafeniuk for The Post)
More than 1,300 statues of Lenin have come down in Ukraine under its “decommunization” law, leaving authorities to figure out how to fill the voids in city squares and town centers. 
The Justice Department under President Trump has waged an aggressive battle against leaks.

Addresses underscore deep divisions between two powers vying for global primacy

The disclosure adds to the complicated timeline of the final months of the journalist’s life.

Lawyers ask nation’s highest court to decide who is the acting attorney general.

Chinese schoolchildren burned by UV lamp left on in the classroom. Again.

It’s not the first time this has happened in China.

After flopping in Europe, can the White House succeed in Asia?

Vice President Pence might calm things down on his Asia trip, but Trump's absence could backfire.

Audio recordings, intercepted phone calls and other intelligence link Mohammed bin Salman to killing that Saudis say was conducted by rogue elements.

U.S. border guards can process 100 migrants per day, meaning months of waiting in Mexico.

Is Theresa May looking backward while the public has moved on?

“They may have got rid of his body, but they have only spread his thoughts,” said Yasin Aktay, a friend of the slain writer and an adviser to the Turkish president.

The prime minister urged conservative ministers to “act responsibly” and avoid a “historic mistake.”

North Korea also announced it would deport a U.S. citizen detained since October.

How great is a city if its air causes some of the people who live there to leave?

Since Patrick Braxton-Andrew was last seen in the country’s Chihuahua state, his family has been in Mexico working with local and U.S. authorities to locate the 34-year-old teacher.

The WikiLeaks founder has long drawn the attention of federal investigators for revealing U.S. secrets.

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