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Nov 18, 2018

French Drivers Spark Broad Protest Against Macron
More than a quarter of a million French people protested higher gasoline taxes and other pocketbook issues this weekend in the latest rebuke to President Macron.

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Nov 18, 2018

Netanyahu's Coalition in Turmoil as He Rejects Partner's Demand
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appointed himself defense minister, rejecting a coalition partner's demand in a move that could collapse the government.

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Nov 18, 2018

European Governments Bewildered by U.K.'s Brexit Turmoil
As the British government convulses over Theresa May's Brexit deal, its negotiating partners in Europe are watching with anxiety, tempered by a flickering hope that the U.K. Parliament might yet decide the pain of Brexit isn't worth it.

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Nov 18, 2018

Path Grows Rockier for Trump's Saudi Policy
The CIA assessment linking Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Jamal Khashoggi's killing is the most direct challenge the Trump administration has faced on its policy toward Riyadh.

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Nov 18, 2018

U.S.-China Rift: One Phrase 'Torpedoed' Pacific Accord
A summit of world leaders ended in acrimony with the host nation accusing Chinese officials of threatening behavior and differences between the U.S. and China preventing delegates from reaching a consensus.

WSJ World News
Nov 18, 2018

Protests in Tijuana as Caravan Migrants Arrive to Seek Asylum in U.S.
Hundreds of people who traveled with a migrant caravan from Central America have begun arriving at the Mexican border, where they were met by about 300 demonstrators chanting, "No more caravans! Our poor come first!"

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Nov 18, 2018

China Plows Ahead With Modern Farming as U.S. Tariffs Raise Costs
Chinese agriculture is dominated by small farms with low crop yields, and the trade fight between the U.S. and China is giving Beijing fresh incentive to overhaul the sector as tariffs on American crops make those imports more expensive.

WSJ World News
Nov 18, 2018

John Bolton Energizes Trump's Agenda---And His Own
With a centralized decision-making style, national security adviser John Bolton pushes President Trump's initiatives while pursuing policy priorities he has long advocated as a government official and commentator.

WSJ World News
Nov 18, 2018

Macron, Merkel Show Unity on Defense and Security
The leaders of France and Germany pledged on Sunday to strengthen the European Union and work toward the creation of a European army, in a show of unity on a controversial initiative that has been criticized by President Donald Trump.

WSJ World News
Nov 18, 2018

Italy's New Masters Rattle EU, But Ordinary Italians Say 'Benissimo'
Italy's new government is rattling the country's establishment, European Union and financial markets, but many Italians see the five-month-old government as a breath of fresh air.

WSJ World News
Nov 18, 2018

France Prepares to Get Tough on Firms That Pay Women Less
Under a coming French law, companies that underpay women could be fined, an unusually strict approach even among countries that have turned up pressure on firms to bridge the divide.

WSJ World News
Nov 17, 2018

Trump Says Report on Khashoggi Killing Coming Soon
President Trump said he spoke with CIA Director Gina Haspel and that a full U.S. report on the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi would be completed early in the coming week.

WSJ World News
Nov 17, 2018

U.S. and China Clash Over Trade, Security at Pacific Summit
Vice President Mike Pence and Chinese President Xi Jinping presented conflicting visions for trade and security in the Asia-Pacific, as the U.S. and China vie for influence.

WSJ World News
Nov 17, 2018

Argentine Submarine Is Found a Year After It Was Lost
Argentina's navy said that the ARA San Juan vessel that went missing almost exactly a year ago with 44 crew members aboard has been located.

WSJ World News
Nov 17, 2018

Saudis Move to Counter U.S. Oil Strategy
Saudi Arabia is moving to cut the world's oil supply after U.S. government deals allowed hundreds of thousands of barrels a day of Iranian oil to flow onto world markets, driving down prices.

WSJ World News
Nov 16, 2018

CIA Concludes Saudi Journalist Was Killed on Crown Prince's Order
The CIA has concluded that the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was carried out under the orders of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, U.S. officials familiar with the matter said.

WSJ World News
Nov 16, 2018

Yemeni Government, Houthi Rebels Agree to Peace Talks, U.N. Says
The United Nations' special envoy to Yemen said Friday that warring factions there had committed to convening peace talks in Sweden shortly.

WSJ World News
Nov 16, 2018

Germany Weighs Lifting Ban on Deporting Syrians
The German government said it is considering whether to allow the deportation of some Syrian asylum-seekers in the latest sign ruling conservatives are rethinking Angela Merkel's immigration policies.

WSJ World News
Nov 16, 2018

Trump Optimistic About China Trade Deal
President Trump expressed optimism that the U.S. could cut a deal with China to ease trade tensions, but said he would continue to press Beijing for more concessions.

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Nov 16, 2018

Brazil Signals Hawkish Approach on Its Big Budget Deficit
Brazil's president-elect has put together a team of fiscal hawks to lead the economy, winning cautious approval from markets worried about the country's ballooning debt.

WSJ World News
Nov 16, 2018

Undefined Brexit Question Leads to a Reckoning for May
The question for British voters in June 2016 was simple: whether to leave the EU or stay in it. The answer has left the U.K. government teetering on crisis, even as Prime Minister Theresa May got some reprieve.

WSJ World News
Nov 16, 2018

China, Wooing Summit Hosts, Stamps Its Mark in the South Pacific
China has pulled out all stops in Papua New Guinea to cast itself as the beneficent power that can help take the small host of a major summit on the path to greatness.

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Nov 16, 2018

Crashed Lion Air Plane's Missing Black Box Goes Silent
Investigators searching for a black box of a crashed Lion Air jet believe its locator beacon is broken and are preparing new equipment to scour the muddy floor of the Java Sea.

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Nov 16, 2018

A Way for Migrants to Ease U.S. Entry: Come as a Family
The number of Central American families with children arriving at the U.S. border seeking asylum has surged, as parents recognize that detention will be shorter if they come as a family.

WSJ World News
Nov 16, 2018

Netanyahu Coalition Partner Joins Push for Early Elections
The leader of a key party in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition pushed for early elections, adding to pressure on Mr. Netanyahu as he seeks to preserve his government.

WSJ World News
Nov 16, 2018

U.N. Tribunal Finds Former Khmer Rouge Leaders Guilty of Cambodia Genocide
More than 40 years after an estimated 1.7 million people were killed during the Khmer Rouge's rule, an international tribunal found two surviving senior leaders guilty of genocide and sentenced them to life in prison.

WSJ World News
Nov 15, 2018

North Korea Touts New 'Ultramodern Tactical Weapon' Test
Kim Jong Un visited a facility to oversee testing of a "newly developed ultramodern tactical weapon," the first acknowledgment from the North that it has resumed testing since engaging with the U.S. and South Korea this year.

WSJ World News
Nov 15, 2018

Brexit Deal in Jeopardy as Senior Ministers Resign
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May was fighting to save her deal just hours after it was sealed, as six government ministers quit and she vowed "to see this through." The pound fell sharply.

WSJ World News
Nov 15, 2018

Saudis to Seek Death Penalty in Khashoggi Killing
The U.S. has issued sanctions for 17 Saudi officials for their alleged roles in the killing of dissident journalist Journalist Khashoggi. The sanctions target senior crown prince adviser Saud al-Qahtani and subordinates.

WSJ World News
Nov 15, 2018

Pentagon to Scale Back Number of Forces in Africa
The Pentagon will withdraw hundreds of American service members assigned to Africa as part of a realignment of forces around the world.

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Nov 15, 2018

Argentina Senate Approves Budget Plan in Victory for President Macri
Argentina's Senate approved the government's austere budget proposal for 2019, handing President Mauricio Macri a legislative victory and sending a signal to investors, and to the International Monetary Fund, that his administration is committed to steep spending cuts.

WSJ World News
Nov 15, 2018

China's Cyber Cop Ups Pressure to Control Online Speech
China's chief cybercensor is raising the pressure on internet companies to police online speech, requiring they keep extensive records about users and alert authorities about the spread of what the government deems harmful content.

WSJ World News
Nov 15, 2018

Pence Calls for an Indo-Pacific Region Free of Chinese 'Aggression'
Vice President Mike Pence hit out at China during his tour through Asia, signaling an increasingly tough line against Beijing as the world's two largest economies clash over trade, security and human rights.

WSJ World News
Nov 15, 2018

Trump Forged His Ideas on Trade in the 1980s---and Never Deviated
The president has been consistent on trade for decades, unlike on other issues, both in tone and substance. Longtime acquaintances say his philosophy came out of his experience in the cutthroat world of New York real estate and the rise of Japan as a global economic power.

WSJ World News
Nov 15, 2018

Rohingya, Expelled From Myanmar, Refuse Bid to Return Them
Rohingya refugees refused to leave their camps in Bangladesh and return to Myanmar, which violently expelled them last year, indicating the apparent failure of the first concerted effort by both nations to begin repatriations.

WSJ World News
Nov 15, 2018

U.S.-Made Drones Add Muscle to Australia's Military Buildup
Australia said it would buy American-made Reaper drones and may station warships in neighboring Papua New Guinea, as the U.S. ally bulks up its military in response to regional security threats.

WSJ World News
Nov 14, 2018

U.K.'s May Gets Cabinet's Go-Ahead on Brexit Deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May secured cabinet approval for her Brexit deal, clearing an important hurdle but setting the stage for a battle in Parliament that could shake her government and unravel the pact with the EU.

WSJ World News
Nov 14, 2018

'It's a Crisis of Civilization in Mexico.' 250,000 Dead. 37,400 Missing.
In an echo of Latin America's "Dirty Wars," tens of thousands of people have vanished in Mexico, leaving mothers behind to search for their corpses. This time the violence, linked to criminal networks, is more complex and more intractable.

WSJ World News
Nov 14, 2018

United Nations Lifts Sanctions on 'Africa's North Korea'
The United Nations lifted sanctions on Eritrea, ending a decadelong arms embargo on the strategically located East African nation and bolstering the precarious peace in one of the world's most volatile and strategic corners.

WSJ World News
Nov 14, 2018

At Summit, China Finds Multiplayer Trade Deals Don't Come Easy
In Singapore, negotiators working on a sweeping, 16-nation trade pact backed by Beijing said they won't finish the deal this year, citing its size and the complexity of talks among a range of economies.

WSJ World News
Nov 14, 2018

Fiji Coup Leader's Re-Election Is Boon for China
In Fiji's election, former military leader Frank Bainimarama looks to have won the vote, an outcome likely to entrench China's growing influence in the South Pacific.

WSJ World News
Nov 14, 2018

Three South Korean Firms Plead Guilty to Fixing Fuel Prices at U.S. Military Bases
Three South Korean companies agreed to plead guilty and pay $236 million in criminal and civil penalties for conspiring to fix prices on fuel supplied to U.S. military bases in their country, the Justice Department said.

WSJ World News
Nov 14, 2018

Pence Calls On Myanmar's Suu Kyi to Pardon Jailed Reporters
The Reuters journalists were arrested after exposing atrocities committed by the military during its deadly campaign against the ethnic Rohingya. Vice President Mike Pence made clear that imprisoning the journalists was anathema to U.S. values.

WSJ World News
Nov 14, 2018

Global Economy Shows Strain as U.S. Steams Ahead
Signs of a global slowdown are mounting, indicating a deceleration in China and trade tensions are beginning to take a toll on much of the rest of the world.

WSJ World News
Nov 14, 2018

Parliament Rejects Sri Lankan President's Pick for Prime Minister
Sri Lankan lawmakers voted to reject the appointment of a new prime minister as the country continued to struggle with a tug-of-war between its president and parliament.

WSJ World News
Nov 14, 2018

Israeli Defense Minister Resigns, Threatening Netanyahu's Power
Israel's defense minister will resign and withdraw his party from the ruling coalition, a move could pressure Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to call for early elections.

WSJ World News
Nov 14, 2018

Mexico's New Leader Set to Broaden Stamp on Central Bank Leadership
Roberto del Cueto, a veteran Bank of Mexico board member, will resign at the end of the month, allowing President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador to reshape bank leadership earlier than expected.

WSJ World News
Nov 14, 2018

Natural Disasters Take a Toll on Japan's Economy
Japan's economy shrank slightly in the three months through September, owing largely to a typhoon and an earthquake, but economists said a return to growth is likely if trade friction doesn't worsen.

WSJ World News
Nov 13, 2018

U.K.'s May Faces Brexit Test as Officials Reach Draft Deal
Negotiators for Britain and the European Union hammered out a draft Brexit deal, setting up a critical endgame in which Prime Minister Theresa May must now try to sell the plan to her skeptical ministers and Parliament.

WSJ World News
Nov 13, 2018

Sri Lankan High Court Blocks Move to Dissolve Parliament
The country's highest court blocked an order to dissolve Parliament and hold national elections, the latest twist in a political showdown between Sri Lanka's president and its lawmakers.

WSJ World News
Nov 13, 2018

Hamas Steps Back From All-Out War With Israel
Egypt has mediated a cease-fire between Hamas and Israel in Gaza, according to Hamas officials, as an intense exchange of fire between the two sides halted amid hopes that a wider war between them could be averted.

WSJ World News
Nov 13, 2018

U.S. Ramps Up Sanctions on Hezbollah as Part of Iran Pressure
The Trump administration on Tuesday targeted Iran-backed Hezbollah with fresh terrorism-related sanctions, as the U.S. moves to keep up pressure on Tehran and its tools of foreign-policy abroad despite resistance from European allies.

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Nov 13, 2018

Russia Threatens to Boycott Davos Over Disinvited Tycoons
Russia threatened to pull its delegation of dozens of Russian oligarchs and state company executives to a global gathering in Switzerland if the organizers didn't reinstate invitations to three tycoons under U.S. sanctions.

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Nov 13, 2018

Turkish Court Throws Out Case Against Journal Reporter
A Turkish court threw out the conviction against a former Wall Street Journal reporter on Tuesday, annulling a widely criticized verdict at a time when Turkey is looking to improve relations with the West.

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Nov 13, 2018

U.S. Fights China for Influence in Asia, One Project at a Time
The U.S. has a new strategy aimed at ramping up investment in Asia to vie with Chinese President Xi Jinping's overseas infrastructure-building spree, as Beijing grapples with setbacks to its sprawling program.

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Nov 13, 2018

Khashoggi Tape Doesn't Implicate Saudi Prince, Bolton Says
White House national security adviser John Bolton said an audio recording that Turkish officials say links Saudi operatives to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi didn't appear to implicate the crown prince.

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Nov 13, 2018

Trump Unleashes Twitter Tirade Against Macron
President Trump took aim at his French counterpart over military spending and trade on Tuesday, two days after returning from a trip to Paris that exposed the underlying tensions between the leaders.

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Nov 13, 2018

Boeing Withheld Information on 737 That Crashed in Indonesia, According to Safety Experts and Others
Boeing withheld information about potential hazards associated with a new flight-control feature suspected of playing a role in last month's fatal Lion Air jet crash, according to safety experts involved in the investigation, as well as midlevel FAA officials and airline pilots.

WSJ World News
Nov 13, 2018

U.S., China Resume Talks to Cool Trade Tensions
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has resumed discussions with his Chinese counterpart, Vice Premier Liu He, about a deal that would ease trade tension, ahead of a meeting of the leaders of China and the U.S. set for the end of the month.

WSJ World News
Nov 12, 2018

North Korea Keeping Up Work on Missile Sites, Report Says
North Korea is maintaining a network of undeclared ballistic-missile operating bases as talks with the U.S. have stalled, an analysis of commercial satellite images suggests.

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Nov 12, 2018

Vatican Bars U.S. Bishops' Action on Sex Abuse
The Vatican barred Roman Catholic bishops in the U.S. from taking action to confront sex abuse, frustrating church leaders from across the country gathered in Baltimore for their annual meeting aimed at addressing the crisis.

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Nov 12, 2018

U.S. Adopts New Battle Plan for China's Theft of Trade Secrets
The Trump administration is broadening its China trade battle beyond tariffs with a plan to use export controls, indictments and other tools to counter the theft of intellectual property.

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Nov 12, 2018

Israel, Gaza Militants Exchange Heavy Fire After Raid Goes Awry
Israel's military and Gaza militant groups exchanged heavy fire in an escalation of hostilities that threatened to upend fragile cease-fire talks that had been gaining momentum.

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Nov 12, 2018

Trudeau Says Canadian Officials Have Heard Recording in Khashoggi Killing
Canada's Justin Trudeau became the first leader to publicly say that his country's intelligence officials had listened to an audio recording that Turkish officials say is evidence that the journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed by Saudi operatives.

WSJ World News
Nov 12, 2018

Largest of Migrant Caravans Splits Into Smaller Groups
Over the weekend, the large caravan that had stayed in Mexico City most of the previous week broke into several smaller pieces as some groups managed to get bus rides, while others hitchhiked and still others walked.

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Nov 12, 2018

U.S. Considers Asking Afghanistan to Suspend Presidential Election
The Trump administration is discussing whether to press Afghanistan to suspend coming presidential elections, as the U.S. seeks to engage the Taliban in talks to end the 17-year war.

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Nov 12, 2018

Brexit Negotiators Still at Odds, Leaving All Options Open
With less than 20 weeks until Britain's planned departure from the EU, it isn't clear whether any deal Prime Minister Theresa May negotiates with the bloc would secure the support of her own cabinet, let alone the U.K. Parliament.

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Nov 12, 2018

With Libya's Peace Process in Tatters, the West Hits Reset Button
Western officials launched a new bid to rescue Libya's troubled peace process from collapse, days after the United Nations officially discarded a plan to hold elections this year.

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Nov 12, 2018

China Suspends Its Relaxation of Wildlife-Trade Ban
China suspended its relaxation of a 25-year ban on the sale and use of rhinoceros and tiger parts, pulling back from a recent decision that environmentalists criticized as undercutting efforts to protect endangered animals.

WSJ World News
Nov 11, 2018

Once Censored, Billionaire Saudi Prince Returns to Spotlight
Prince al-Waleed bin Talal has returned as the kingdom's public face for global investors, emerging a year after his detention to help the royal family survive the crisis over journalist Jamal Khashoggi's killing.

WSJ World News
Nov 11, 2018

Europe Marks 100th Anniversary of the End of World War I
November 11 marks 100 years since the conclusion of World War I.

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Nov 11, 2018

Global Leaders Converge on Pacific Island---Just Don't Ask Them to Stay There
Papua New Guinea, host nation for Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit, is plagued by crime, lacks sufficient hotel rooms.

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Nov 11, 2018

Far-Right Groups Join Massive March Marking Polish Independence
Far-right movements from across Europe joined a massive march in Warsaw to celebrate Poland's 100th anniversary of independence, in what has become an annual gathering point for Europe's political fringe.

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Nov 11, 2018

OPEC Edges Closer to Production Cut
OPEC is likely to agree to an oil production cut when it meets next month in Vienna as oil prices enter bear market territory and signs of oversupply loom. Saudi Arabia confirmed that it would cut its own oil supplies next month and Russia signaled that it could follow suit.

WSJ World News
Nov 11, 2018

Russia Demotes Dollar's Role at Home, Taking a Swipe at U.S.
Russia is trying to wean itself off the greenback as its economy buckles under U.S. sanctions and the country prepares for stricter penalties expected later this month.

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Nov 11, 2018

Tanker Owners Cash In on Iran Sanctions and Trade Tensions
U.S. sanctions on Iran and the trade battle with China have become a boon for owners of tankers, with daily freight rates at their highest in two years as ships shift their routes to load up crude from other oil-producing countries.

WSJ World News
Nov 10, 2018

U.S. Ends Saudi Jet Refueling Missions in Yemen Conflict
The U.S. is stopping aerial refueling of warplanes bombing Yemen, dialing back support for a Saudi-led military coalition as criticism of the kingdom grows in Washington over the conflict's civilian impact.

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Nov 10, 2018

Erdogan Says Recording of Khashoggi Killing Was Shared With U.S., Allies
An audio recording Turkish authorities used to conclude that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered by Saudi operatives last month has been shared with four Western allies, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.

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Nov 10, 2018

Trump, Macron Seek to Ease Tensions Over Security
President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron sought to thaw recent tensions over the future of transatlantic security ties, agreeing that Europe needs to share more of the burden for defending the continent.

WSJ World News
Nov 10, 2018

Leaders Mark Hundredth Anniversary of Armistice
French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel

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Nov 10, 2018

Desperate for Tech Talent, Israel Turns to an Untapped Labor Pool: Palestinians
An intense labor shortage is pushing Israeli tech firms to hire Palestinians in the West Bank, establishing new economic links between the two sides despite persistent political tension and the continuing absence of a peace agreement.

WSJ World News
Nov 09, 2018

Goldman Sachs's Ex-CEO Met Malaysian at Center of 1MDB Scandal
Former Goldman Sachs Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein attended two meetings with Malaysian financier Jho Low, who is at the center of the 1MDB scandal. The second meeting occurred after the Wall Street bank's compliance department had raised multiple concerns about the financier's background and said the bank shouldn't do business with him.

WSJ World News
Nov 09, 2018

Sri Lanka's President Dissolves Parliament in a Bid to Ease Crisis
Critics say the move won't resolve the constitutional standoff and plunges the country into an abyss.

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Nov 09, 2018

Immigrants Traveling as Families Arrested on Mexican Border Increase 38% in October
Among 50,975 undocumented immigrants caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in October, roughly 23,100 were traveling as families—a 38% increase over the previous month, U.S. officials say.

WSJ World News
Nov 09, 2018

Navarro Blasts China and Wall Street 'Globalists'
President Trump's trade adviser Peter Navarro unleashed a broadside against China and Wall Street executives ahead of a meeting between the U.S. and Chinese presidents at the end of the month in Buenos Aires.

WSJ World News
Nov 09, 2018

The One Time American Troops Fought Russians Was at the End of World War I---and They Lost
Thousands of U.S. soldiers sent to guard military storehouses from the Germans were instead ordered to wage war on the Bolsheviks.

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Nov 09, 2018

Berlin Is Again Divided, and Wonders If David Hasselhoff Will Pick Sides
A plan to develop Berlin's famed Checkpoint Charlie has divided locals and raised questions; a good spot for a Hard Rock Hotel?

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Nov 09, 2018

Imelda Marcos's Graft Conviction Deals Blow to Philippine Dynasty's Newfound Popularity
The former first lady was found guilty and sentenced to prison for offenses dating back decades, a surprise blow to important allies of populist President Rodrigo Duterte.

WSJ World News
Nov 09, 2018

Britain Struggles With Rise in Knife Attacks
Knife crimes are rising in Britain and knives have become the weapon of choice for London gang members, leaving the U.K. struggling with a crime trend that the city's mayor says will take a generation to solve.

WSJ World News
Nov 09, 2018

Misery Relents in Gaza Amid Israel-Hamas Truce Talks
Dire humanitarian conditions in the Gaza Strip are showing signs of easing, as Israel and Hamas lower tensions and look for a long-term deal to calm violence, and Qatar supplies fuel, pays salaries and delivers cash handouts.

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Nov 09, 2018

Intensified Yemen Attacks Complicate U.S. Peace Plans
A Saudi-led coalition and its allies have intensified attacks on a key Yemeni port city to improve their position ahead of peace talks, posing a potential obstacle for U.S. attempts to end Yemen's war.

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Nov 09, 2018

Russia Hosts Afghanistan Peace Talks in Bid to End 17-year War
Russia convened Taliban officials, Afghan envoys and representatives from seven nations for talks aimed at catalyzing an end to the war and burnishing Moscow's credentials as a regional power broker.

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Nov 09, 2018

U.K. Economy Picked Up Pace in Third Quarter
The U.K.'s economy expanded in the third quarter at its fastest pace in almost two years, making it one of only a handful of countries in Europe to avoid the broad slowdown across the continent.

WSJ World News
Nov 08, 2018

U.S. Hits Russians, Ukrainians With Sanctions Over Crimea
Treasury says the moves were aimed at preventing attempts by Moscow to normalize relations with the annexed region.

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Nov 08, 2018

Trump to Issue New Rules for Asylum Seekers
The Trump administration is moving ahead with a plan to limit when and where foreign nationals can apply for asylum at the U.S. border with Mexico.

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Nov 08, 2018

U.S. Allies Vie With China to Make Pacific Island Friends
Australia said it would establish a development fund and offer Pacific island nations more than $2 billion for infrastructure projects while bolstering military cooperation.

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Nov 08, 2018

Saudis Consider a World Without OPEC
Saudi Arabia's top government-funded think tank is studying the possible effects on oil markets of a breakup of OPEC, a remarkable research effort for a country that has dominated the oil cartel for nearly 60 years.

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Nov 08, 2018

Chevron Stayed in Venezuela Long After Rivals Quit. Then It Had Second Thoughts.
It's both a moral and commercial choice. Profits are drying up amid corruption and a social and economic crisis. Chevron has weighed leaving, given the taint of working with the Maduro government, but fears a withdrawal could make things worse for the country.

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Nov 08, 2018

China Violated Obama-Era Cybertheft Pact, U.S. Official Says
China has violated an accord it signed with the U.S. three years ago pledging not to engage in hacking for the purpose of economic espionage, a senior U.S. intelligence official said Thursday.

WSJ World News
Nov 08, 2018

Drought Tests Australia's Model Water Market
Australia, the world's driest inhabited continent, is struggling to sustain its pioneering effort to put water supply in the hands of market forces, as authorities contend with a drought and complaints by farmers who say the system is putting them out of business.

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