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Putin, or the World? Sanctions May Force Oligarchs to Choose

Putin, or the World? Sanctions May Force Oligarchs to Choose

Russia has promised to support the companies hit by sanctions, including Rusal, which operates this aluminum smelter in Krasnoyarsk.

Trump Presses NATO on Military Spending, but Signs Its Criticism of Russia

Trump Presses NATO on Military Spending, but Signs Its Criticism of Russia

President Trump with the NATO secretary general, Jens Stoltenberg, at the American Embassy in Brussels ahead of the NATO summit meeting on Wednesday.

The Man Who Took On Pope Francis: The Story Behind the Viganò Letter

The Man Who Took On Pope Francis: The Story Behind the Viganò Letter

Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, in Chicago in 2014, has shaken the Roman Catholic Church to its core.

Netanyahu’s Reversal on Migrants Shows Influence of Hard-Line Allies

Netanyahu’s Reversal on Migrants Shows Influence of Hard-Line Allies

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday canceled a deal with the United Nations on African migrants, a day after he had announced it.

Crude, Yes, but Not Like Weinstein: French Man Sues MeToo Accuser

Crude, Yes, but Not Like Weinstein: French Man Sues MeToo Accuser

Sandra Muller, a French journalist working in New York, started the hashtag BalanceTonPorc, or ExposeYourPig, last October.

North Korea Will Transfer American Remains in Coming Weeks, Official Says

North Korea Will Transfer American Remains in Coming Weeks, Official Says

President Trump and Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, at their summit meeting in Singapore last month.

Israel Says Secret Files Detail Iran’s Nuclear Subterfuge

Israel Says Secret Files Detail Iran’s Nuclear Subterfuge

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel presented findings from a secret Iranian nuclear archive on Monday. He said they proved Iran was lying when it denied having a nuclear weapons program.

Greeks Protest Over Neighbor’s Use of the Name Macedonia

Greeks Protest Over Neighbor’s Use of the Name Macedonia

Greeks protesting in Thessaloniki on Sunday against their neighboring nation’s use of the name Macedonia.

Thailand Cave Rescue Turns to How to Extract Trapped Soccer Team

Thailand Cave Rescue Turns to How to Extract Trapped Soccer Team

John Volanthen, a British diver, outside the Tham Luang Cave system on Thursday. He had been working underwater to place guide lines for divers when he emerged in the cave and saw the 12 missing boys and their soccer coach peering at him.

Pyeongchang’s Winding Path From Obscurity to Olympics Fame

Pyeongchang’s Winding Path From Obscurity to Olympics Fame

The Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium will hold the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2018 Winter Games.

Melbourne Car Attack Was Not Connected to Terrorism, Police Say

Melbourne Car Attack Was Not Connected to Terrorism, Police Say

A vehicle rammed into a crowd on a busy street in Australia, injuring 19. The police said that the driver’s motivation was not yet known but that they did not suspect terrorism.

Canadian Town Reels After Bus Crash Kills Beloved Hockey Players

Canadian Town Reels After Bus Crash Kills Beloved Hockey Players

The impromptu memorial at the arena where the Humboldt Broncos play. It has become a gathering place for grieving families.

The Fight With the West Is Isolating Russia. But That Isn’t Stopping Putin.

The Fight With the West Is Isolating Russia. But That Isn’t Stopping Putin.

An exchange office in Moscow last week. Russia is likely to suffer long-term economic damage as a result of President Vladimir V. Putin’s aggressive posture toward the West.

More Than 100 Die as Aging Cuban Airliner Crashes

More Than 100 Die as Aging Cuban Airliner Crashes

President Miguel Diaz-Canel, third from left, at the scene of the crash of a Cubana de Aviacion aircraft on Friday at Jose Marti airport in Havana.

‘A Slap in the Canadians’ Face.’ Ontario Steel Town Reacts to Trump’s Tariffs.

‘A Slap in the Canadians’ Face.’ Ontario Steel Town Reacts to Trump’s Tariffs.

ArcelorMittal Dofasco, a steel producer in Hamilton, Ontario.

North Korea Moves Toward Détente With Seoul

North Korea Moves Toward Détente With Seoul

Protesters in Seoul, the South Korean capital, demonstrated on Tuesday against the talks with North Korea being held at the countries’ border. Conservatives in South Korea are wary of President Moon Jae-in’s policy of promoting dialogue with the North.


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