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The dispute is a stand-in for much bigger questions about where the country stands on immigration, and where it’s heading.
Insurgent violence and government infighting may result in key October elections being postponed.
“Rain Shower at the Bus Stop” is a 2018 painting by Kim In Sok, an artist from North Korea’s Mansudae Art Studio. (B.G. Muhn)
“Rain Shower at the Bus Stop” is a 2018 painting by Kim In Sok, an artist from North Korea’s Mansudae Art Studio. (B.G. Muhn)
The exhibit of 22 paintings from North Korea is the latest exchange between the two Koreas. But the artwork still needs to be protected from possible vandalism.
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An Israeli strike triggered a Syrian response in which a Russian surveillance plane in the area was hit.

The president ordered the Justice Department to release materials related to the investigation of his campaign.

Beijing has warned it will impose tariffs on $60 billion in American goods.

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India and Pakistan will play a rare cricket match. Fans want more, but politics blocks the way.

One of the greatest rivalries in sports will be on display this week when India and Pakistan clash in cricket for the first time in over a year.

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Trump may prefer a trade war to a deal with China

Rather than cooling tensions, Trump has opted for escalation with China.

Brazil just seized $15 million worth of luxury watches from this African leader. For him, it isn’t a big deal.

Teodorin Nguema Obiang has a long history of scandals, and several countries have seized several of his considerable assets.

But the judge warns the state that it must tackle election security issues promptly

Denuclearization tops the agenda, but South Korea plays down expectations for a deal.

Maezawa plans to take artists on the SpaceX voyage with him as part of a global art project called Dear Moon.

Long has faced scrutiny for his use of government vehicles and staff during weekend trips home.

Helicopters on ships nearby are still on call if needed, said a general overseeing relief efforts.

President will chair a discussion on broader issues, including nonproliferation, diplomats say.

The decision could spark a showdown between the president and federal law enforcement.

The move puts new import taxes on about half of all the goods Americans buy from China, including common household items.

The agreement on the status of Idlib province could avert a humanitarian crisis.

The ceiling for the coming fiscal year was lowered to 30,000 from 45,000 in the current year, less than a third of the number admitted when President Barack Obama left office.

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The head of Germany domestic intelligence agency is being replaced after clashing with Chancellor Angela Merkel over anti-migrant violence in the country

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Amnest International decries prosecution of 24 Yemeni Bahais including eight women and a teenager by Houthi rebel court, on charges of espionage

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The U.N. special envoy for Syria is calling on Russia, Syria and Israel “to refrain from military actions” following the downing of a Russian military aircraft

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German domestic intelligence chief loses job after spat with Chancellor Angela Merkel over anti-migrant violence

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Emergency services in the Spanish capital say five construction workers have been injured and two more remain trapped in the collapse of scaffolding in a luxury hotel that was undergoing renovation

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Macedonia will take a big step to joining the European Union if the country supports a name change to “North Macedonia,” the official in charge of the bloc’s enlargement negotiations says.

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