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Dec 15, 2018

Negotiators Agree on Rulebook to Help Curb Climate Change
Negotiators from around the world agreed on a rulebook to curb global warming, seeking to bolster the 2015 Paris accord amid concerns that countries would fail to deliver on their commitments.

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Dec 15, 2018

'If He's Hiding, I Will Find Him.' One Man's Hunt for the Militants Who Killed His Father
Ahmad Sawadi works with other Syrian exiles to track the whereabouts of defeated Islamic State leaders seeking an escape to Turkey and Europe.

WSJ World News
Dec 15, 2018

Mexico's Budget Plan Proposes Moderate Spending Increase
Mexico's new President Andrés Manuel López Obrador unveiled a budget proposal for 2019 that calls for a moderate increase in spending without raising taxes or the country's debt.

WSJ World News
Dec 15, 2018

U.N. Monitoring Unit to Oversee Yemen Cease-Fire Implementation
A tentative deal between warring parties in Yemen is being hailed as a breakthrough by international diplomats even as they warn it must still be implemented.

WSJ World News
Dec 15, 2018

Family of Guatemalan Girl Who Died in U.S. Custody Calls for Fair Probe
The father of the 7-year-old child and his lawyers said that neither the hospital nor the medical examiner has released a cause of her death and that any details about what led to her death are premature.

WSJ World News
Dec 15, 2018

Fewer 'Yellow Vest' Protesters Turn Out Across France
Protesters gathered across France for a fifth successive weekend but in smaller numbers than previously, suggesting a shift in the intensity of an antigovernment movement that has forced concessions from President Emmanuel Macron.

WSJ World News
Dec 15, 2018

Ukraine Creates 'a Church Without Putin'
Ukraine declared the founding of a national Orthodox church independent of Russia, stripping the Kremlin of an instrument it has used for centuries in efforts to dominate its neighbor.

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Dec 15, 2018

Russian Lawyers Find Lucrative Niche Counseling Clients Hit by Sanctions
Russian lawyers are racking up billable hours and profits helping companies hit by sanctions navigate treacherous legal terrain—and preparing others in case they are targeted next. It's a niche big international firms can't touch.

WSJ World News
Dec 14, 2018

Behind the Brexit Chaos: A Faulty U.K. Negotiating Strategy
When British politicians launched Brexit negotiations after the country's 2016 referendum, they were confident they could win a special deal by finding allies among the 27 remaining members of the bloc. That strategy misfired.

WSJ World News
Dec 14, 2018

Europe's Left and Right Share a Common Call: State Intervention
Antiestablishment parties, popular across Europe for attacking the EU's immigration and fiscal rules, are now pushing back against a long-held EU economic orthodoxy that favors markets and competition over state intervention.

WSJ World News
Dec 14, 2018

Chinese Hackers Breach U.S. Navy Contractors
Chinese hackers are breaching Navy contractors to steal everything from ship-maintenance data to missile plans, triggering a top-to-bottom review of cyber vulnerabilities.

WSJ World News
Dec 14, 2018

Trump Speaks With Erdogan as U.S.-Turkish Tensions Climb
The Trump administration is working furiously to avert a new Turkish military offensive against the U.S.'s Kurdish partners in Syria, hoping to forestall an assault that could endanger U.S. forces working in the country.

WSJ World News
Dec 14, 2018

France Probes Any Moscow Role in Yellow-Vest Movement
French security services are investigating if the Kremlin had a role in social media activity that has spread misinformation about the protest movement that has become the most serious threat to President Macron's presidency.

WSJ World News
Dec 14, 2018

Nicaraguan Police Raid News Outlet in Crackdown
Dozens of Nicaraguan policemen stormed the offices of a leading independent news outlet as the increasingly authoritarian regime of President Daniel Ortega expands its crackdown on domestic dissent.

WSJ World News
Dec 14, 2018

Brazil Charges Former Trafigura, Petrobras Executives With Corruption
Brazilian prosecutors charged ex-executives of commodities trader Trafigura Group and oil company Petróleo Brasileiro SA, or Petrobras, with corruption and money laundering in relation to a series of oil-trading contracts.

WSJ World News
Dec 14, 2018

China to Suspend Punitive Tariffs on U.S. Cars and Auto Parts
China is temporarily removing the punitive tariffs placed on U.S.-made cars and auto parts in a concession intended to smooth trade negotiations.

WSJ World News
Dec 14, 2018

Sri Lanka Political Standoff Eases After Court Rulings
A political standoff that began in October eased as allies of a former president said he was poised to drop his controversial claim to the post of prime minister of Sri Lanka.

WSJ World News
Dec 14, 2018

Guatemalan Girl Dies While in U.S. Custody
A 7-year-old Guatemalan girl died last week, about a day after she and her father were arrested for crossing the Mexican border illegally.

WSJ World News
Dec 13, 2018

French Police Kill Suspected Strasbourg Gunman
The man police say slayed three people near a Christmas market earlier this week in an attack claimed by Islamic State is dead.

WSJ World News
Dec 13, 2018

EU Leaders React Coolly to May's Brexit Entreaties
British Prime Minister Theresa May won verbal pledges from EU leaders to try to sweeten parts of the Brexit deal, but there were no signs she could win real concessions from them to swing U.K. lawmakers behind it.

WSJ World News
Dec 13, 2018

Syria Unearths ISIS Mass Graves Near Iraqi Border
Syrian forces unearthed mass graves near the border with Iraq containing the remains of several hundred people executed by Islamic State, providing more evidence of the militants' reign of terror as they are driven out.

WSJ World News
Dec 13, 2018

Yemen Foes Agree on Cease-Fire Amid U.S. Pressure
Yemen's government and Houthi rebels agreed to a cease-fire in an embattled port city, a breakthrough in the nearly four-year conflict that came as lawmakers in Washington ramped up pressure on a Saudi-led coalition fighting the rebels.

WSJ World News
Dec 13, 2018

Guatemalan Girl Dies in U.S. Custody
A 7-year-old Guatemalan girl died last week, about a day after she and her father were arrested for crossing the Mexican border illegally.

WSJ World News
Dec 13, 2018

Alleged Kickback Scheme Leads to Murder-for-Hire, Money-Laundering Charges
A man living in North Carolina who allegedly laundered part of a $150 million kickback scheme related to Russian military contracts was charged in a plot that authorities say involved a murder-for-hire scheme and bribing a public official.

WSJ World News
Dec 13, 2018

Palestinian Gunman Kills Two Israeli Soldiers in West Bank
A Palestinian gunman killed two Israeli soldiers in the occupied West Bank, Israel's military said, the latest bloodshed in a spurt of violence that authorities here have struggled to control or explain.

WSJ World News
Dec 13, 2018

Fatal Train Crash Near Turkish Capital
President Erdogan vowed to identify those responsible after a high-speed train rammed into a locomotive near Ankara before sunrise on Thursday, leaving nine people dead and dozens injured.

WSJ World News
Dec 13, 2018

U.S. Message to Africa: Pick Either US or China and Russia
President Trump plans to reshape America's policy in Africa by challenging the continent's leaders to make a strategic choice to align themselves with America instead of U.S. adversaries Russia or China.

WSJ World News
Dec 13, 2018

ECB Cuts Growth Forecasts as It Ends Bond-Buying Program
The European Central Bank cut its economic growth forecasts Thursday, highlighting the risks confronting Europe's economy even as it ended its massive four-year stimulus program.

WSJ World News
Dec 13, 2018

Aides Warn Trump Against Intervening in Huawei Case
Despite the president's statement that he might intervene in a criminal case against the finance chief of the Chinese company, such a move would break from norms, and advisers have warned him his options are limited.

WSJ World News
Dec 13, 2018

French Riots Inflict Pain on Paris's Shopkeepers
The French economy is feeling the pinch of monthlong antigovernment protests that have left scars of rioting on the capital's glitzy Champs Élysées boulevard.

WSJ World News
Dec 13, 2018

Theresa May Survives Leadership Test, but Brexit Path Unclear
British Prime Minister Theresa May beat back a leadership challenge, quelling a rebellion within her party that leaves her politically wounded and the route to Brexit unclear.

WSJ World News
Dec 12, 2018

'No Coincidence': China's Detention of Canadian Seen as Retaliation for Huawei Arrest
Beijing's detention of a former Canadian diplomat is being seen by friends and former colleagues as payback for Canada's arrest of a well-connected Chinese telecommunications executive at the behest of the U.S.

WSJ World News
Dec 12, 2018

China Prepares to Increase Access for Foreign Companies
China is preparing to replace an industrial policy savaged by the Trump administration as protectionist with a new program promising greater access for foreign companies.

WSJ World News
Dec 12, 2018

Thai Junta Lite: Elections Bring Push for Medical Pot, Same-Sex Unions
Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha has promoted a severe brand of conservatism since taking power in Thailand in 2014. But ahead of elections in February, his military junta is making a surprising swing to the left.

WSJ World News
Dec 12, 2018

U.S. Presses U.N. Over Iran's Missiles
Secretary of State Pompeo told the Security Council the U.S. would form a coalition of countries to oppose Tehran's ballistic-missile program, and said the council should not lift an arms embargo on Iran as scheduled in 2020.

WSJ World News
Dec 12, 2018

Turkey Will Target U.S.-Backed Syrian Kurds Within Days
Turkey is set to launch a military intervention in northeastern Syria to combat U.S.-backed Kurdish rebels it regards as terrorists, drawing a stern warning from the Pentagon and signaling new tension between the two North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies.

WSJ World News
Dec 12, 2018

Italy Trims Spending Plans in Bid to Avoid EU Discipline
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said Italy will target a smaller budget deficit for next year in a bid to avoid being disciplined by the European Union.

WSJ World News
Dec 12, 2018

Mexican President Seeks to Revoke Education System Overhaul
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador sent an initiative to Congress to undo his predecessor's public education overhaul, which he said infringed on labor rights of teachers.

WSJ World News
Dec 12, 2018

Around the World, Climate Goals Clash With Reality
As negotiators at United Nations climate talks in Poland this week hammer out a rulebook to curb greenhouse-gas emissions, some of the biggest boosters of the 2015 Paris accord are undermining efforts back home to curb global warming.

WSJ World News
Dec 12, 2018

Russia Withdraws Jets From Venezuela After Spat With U.S.
Two Russian bombers that flew to Venezuela on Monday as a gesture of support for socialist President Nicolás Maduro will leave on Friday and return to Russia, the White House said, following a diplomatic spat over the visit.

WSJ World News
Dec 12, 2018

French Police Hunt for Gunman in Strasbourg Attack
Police were conducting a frantic manhunt for a gunman who opened fire at a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg, killing at least three and injuring several others.

WSJ World News
Dec 11, 2018

Banks, a Food Wholesaler---Even a Condom Factory: Brazil's Government Is Big Business
President-elect Jair Bolsonaro vows to make cuts to Brazil's bloated, indebted state—and the fate of an array of government-owned companies hangs in the balance.

WSJ World News
Dec 11, 2018

Gunman in Strasbourg Kills Three People Near Christmas Market
A gunman killed three people in a suspected terror attack near a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg, striking a blow in the heart of Europe.

WSJ World News
Dec 11, 2018

China Moves to Address U.S. Economic Concerns
Beijing agrees to reduce auto tariffs and buy more American products, but key differences remain, as Washington prepares to add fresh pressure on Beijing.

WSJ World News
Dec 11, 2018

Huawei's Meng Wanzhou Granted Bail by Canadian Judge
Huawei Technologies Co.'s finance chief must reside at Vancouver homes and adhere to curfew while awaiting a decision on her extradition to the U.S.

WSJ World News
Dec 11, 2018

Europe's Divisions Pose Rising Threat to Governments
The U.K. government's pratfalls over Brexit show one thing still unites London with the continent: the growing difficulty of governing Western European nations in which new schisms have made it hard to find a majority for any way forward.

WSJ World News
Dec 11, 2018

Macron, Facing Protests, Departs From EU Fiscal Strictures
French President Emmanuel Macron's plan to defuse antigovernment protests with tax cuts risks bending EU budget rules, threatening to anger other countries in the bloc that complain France gets special treatment.

WSJ World News
Dec 11, 2018

Iraqi Who Once Killed Americans Is a U.S. Dilemma as He Gains Political Power
Washington weighs whether to sanction Iran-backed politician Qais al-Khazali in Iraq as it moves to check Tehran's power across the Mideast.

WSJ World News
Dec 11, 2018

EU-Led Group Poised to Answer U.S. Complaints on WTO
The U.S. and the European Union are squaring off at the World Trade Organization in a conflict that threatens to cripple the global trade watchdog.

WSJ World News
Dec 11, 2018

U.K.'s May Faces Uphill Battle to Win Brexit Concessions
The EU won't reopen a hard-fought deal on the Brexit, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said, but British Prime Minister Theresa May later insisted she was picking up support from fellow leaders to soften the deal to gain critical support at home.

WSJ World News
Dec 11, 2018

India Names Former Public Servant as Central Bank Governor
India named Shaktikanta Das, a former civil servant, as the governor of its central bank a day after his predecessor resigned following months of tensions with a government that has pushed to loosen restrictions on bank lending with a general election looming next year.

WSJ World News
Dec 11, 2018

Japan Unveils Plan for First Aircraft Carrier Since World War II
A draft of a new national defense plan says Japan should convert an existing flat-topped destroyer into a ship capable of launching short-takeoff jet fighters such as American F-35Bs.

WSJ World News
Dec 11, 2018

U.S., China Kick Off a New Round of Trade Talks
The U.S. and China started the latest round of trade talks with a phone call involving Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He.

WSJ World News
Dec 10, 2018

U.K.'s May Delays Brexit Vote in Face of Broad Opposition
British Prime Minister Theresa May delayed a critical parliamentary vote on her Brexit bill, throwing both her government and her plans for the U.K.'s EU exit into disarray. The pound dropped to its lowest level in more than a year on the news.

WSJ World News
Dec 10, 2018

Macron Pledges Tax Cuts, Minimum-Wage Boost to Placate Protesters
French President Emmanuel Macron vowed to boost the minimum wage and cut taxes on some pensioners in an attempt to placate "yellow vest" protesters who have mounted demonstrations against his pro-business agenda.

WSJ World News
Dec 10, 2018

Detained Chinese Pastor: Xi's God-Like Status Clashes With Christianity
China is tightening a clampdown on unregistered Christian churches, with members of a prominent evangelical congregation saying police have detained its activist pastor along with scores of worshipers.

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Dec 10, 2018

Alleged Russian Agent Butina Expected to Plead Guilty
Maria Butina is now expected to plead guilty, her lawyers and prosecutors signaled in a court filing, after the gun-rights activist spent months in U.S. custody on charges of improperly pursuing Moscow's interest in Washington.

WSJ World News
Dec 10, 2018

Iraq Marks Anniversary of ISIS Defeat Amid Public Discontent
Iraq marked the first anniversary of Islamic State's defeat by reopening parts of Baghdad's Green Zone, the heavily fortified area that has come to symbolize the chasm between ordinary Iraqis and the political class.

WSJ World News
Dec 10, 2018

Congo's President Plans to Leave Office, but Not Politics
Congo's President Joseph Kabila has pledged to cede control after an election scheduled for Dec. 23, but now he says he has no plans to retire from public life, raising the specter he could remain the dominant player in the nation's turbulent politics.

WSJ World News
Dec 10, 2018

U.S. Sanctions Gambia's Former President
State Department sanctions against Gambia's former President Yahya Jammeh, who was blacklisted last year for human-rights abuses, come days before a planned Trump administration announcement of a new Africa strategy.

WSJ World News
Dec 10, 2018

U.S. Targets North Korean Censorship With Sanctions
The U.S. Treasury Department put sanctions on three senior North Korean officials who it said lead government departments involved in government-sponsored censorship.

WSJ World News
Dec 10, 2018

Greek Court Rejects Terrorist's Bid for Early Release
A Greek court rejected a terrorist's request for early release from prison, in a case that has drawn Washington's ire because his radical-left group's murder victims included five Americans.

WSJ World News
Dec 10, 2018

Erdogan's Growth Pledge on the Line as Turkish Economy Stumbles
The Turkish economy slowed sharply this fall and looks set to contract this winter, presenting an immense political challenge for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

WSJ World News
Dec 09, 2018

Protests Threaten Macron's Campaign to Remake France
President Emmanuel Macron is facing unprecedented pressure to roll back his overhauls of the French economy after a fourth consecutive weekend of "yellow vest" protests unleashed another torrent of rioting despite stepped up security.

WSJ World News
Dec 09, 2018

U.S. Maintains Hard Line as Details Emerge in Trade Truce With China
The Trump administration's point man on U.S.-China trade negotiations said the U.S. would hold fast to its 90-day deadline for the conclusion of a lasting agreement, adding that the U.S. would impose punishing tariffs on Chinese imports if none is reached.

WSJ World News
Dec 09, 2018

Never Take Their Photos: Tracking the Commandos, North Korea's Secret Export
Soldiers, companies and contractors still operate clandestinely around the world, in particular in Africa, despite U.N. prohibitions designed to curtail Kim Jong Un's nuclear ambitions. ‘We never ended our ties, they just moved underground.'

WSJ World News
Dec 09, 2018

Brexit Upends British Political System
Brexit has turned Britain's top-down political system on its head, with Prime Minister Theresa May in thrall to a fragmented parliament as she seeks to ratify a hard-won divorce agreement from the European Union.

WSJ World News
Dec 09, 2018

Saudi Arabia, Allies Maintain Cold Shoulder for Qatar Ahead of Gulf Summit
Saudi Arabia and its allies are settling in for a new phase of a protracted standoff with rival Qatar, as officials from opposing Gulf Arab states gathered in Riyadh for a meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

WSJ World News
Dec 09, 2018

Senate to Vote on Withdrawing U.S. Support to Saudis in Yemen War
A resolution set for a Senate vote this week would end U.S. military backing to the Saudi coalition in the Yemen war in an effort to punish Riyadh for the Khashoggi killing.

WSJ World News
Dec 08, 2018

Police Clash With Antigovernment Protesters as Unrest Sweeps France
More than a hundred thousand people took to the streets in a fourth consecutive weekend of protests in the country, with some demonstrators setting barricades on fire and drawing tear gas from police, as they sought to heap pressure on President Emmanuel Macron to roll back his economic overhauls.

WSJ World News
Dec 08, 2018

U.N. Pact on Migration Sows Dissent
The adoption next week of a global pact on migration, meant to reaffirm support for people who move to another country, is instead exposing how politically toxic the issue has become world-wide.

WSJ World News
Dec 08, 2018

Israel Warns Lebanon of Possible Strikes
Israel has warned Lebanon that it would strike Hezbollah in Lebanese territory if its militia doesn't stop making precision-guided missiles with Iranian help, U.S. and Israeli officials said, amid efforts to shut border tunnels and concerns about Iran's influence.

WSJ World News
Dec 08, 2018

Ukraine's Yulia Tymoshenko Courts Washington
Ukraine's controversial former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, once again a leading presidential candidate at home, arrived in Washington this week on a rebranding exercise of sorts.

WSJ World News
Dec 08, 2018

Thousands of Malaysians Rally to Defend Race-Based Policies
The rise of a new multiethnic government in Malaysia this year has done little to sweep aside the influence of racial politics here, as a mass protest to defend race-based policies showed.

WSJ World News
Dec 08, 2018

China's Exports Slowed in November, but Surplus With U.S. Grew
Chinese exports slowed unexpectedly last month as demand weakened in most markets, except in the U.S. where strong growth in imports put China on track to post another record trade surplus.

WSJ World News
Dec 08, 2018

The Great Brexit Breakdown
The chaos in the U.K. is just part of a growing global tension between the economic benefits of integration and the political urge for self-rule.

WSJ World News
Dec 08, 2018

Globetrotting Macron Overlooked Swelling Anger at Home
French President Emmanuel Macron has tended to respond to outrage over high fuel taxes with lectures rather than sympathy. After the weekend's violence, he had to back down, postponing a tax increase.

WSJ World News
Dec 07, 2018

Election of Merkel Ally Defuses Threat to Her Authority, for Now
Angela Merkel bowed out of party politics as her conservatives elected a close ally of the chancellor to succeed her as head of her party, beginning what could be a protracted twilight for one of Europe's most resilient leaders.

WSJ World News
Dec 07, 2018

Trump Wants South Korea to Pay More for U.S. Troop Presence
The U.S. demand for more troop funding is pressuring ties to Seoul

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Dec 07, 2018

American Entrepreneurs Who Flocked to China Are Heading Home, Disillusioned
For years, American entrepreneurs saw opportunities in China. But worsening costs, taxation, tech transfer and increased regulations are prompting foreign-owned businesses to throw in the towel.

WSJ World News
Dec 07, 2018

OPEC and Russia Strike Deal to Cut Oil Production
OPEC and Russia have agreed to a deal to join in a significant production cut that would mop up a burgeoning global oil supply glut.

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Dec 07, 2018

As One Arms Treaty Falls Apart, Others Look Shakier
The impending collapse of a Cold War-era treaty banning U.S. and Russian intermediate-range missiles is spurring broader concerns about the very future of arms control.

WSJ World News
Dec 07, 2018

Japan to Accept More Foreign Workers
Japan plans to accept more than 300,000 blue-collar foreign workers over the next five years to help tackle labor shortages under a bill passed by parliament Saturday.

WSJ World News
Dec 07, 2018

U.S. Women Face Continued Discrimination Challenges
Women in the U.S. suffer more discrimination than in Western countries such as France and Germany, and Africa has made progress working to reduce domestic violence, the OECD says.

WSJ World News
Dec 07, 2018

U.S. Readies Charges Against Chinese Hackers
U.S. prosecutors are preparing to unseal criminal charges against hackers linked to the Chinese government who have allegedly engaged in a multiyear scheme to break into U.S. technology service providers.

WSJ World News
Dec 07, 2018

Cowed Aid Agencies Cease Migrant Rescues in the Mediterranean
Nongovernmental organizations that have shouldered a large part of the operations to rescue migrants in the Mediterranean have ceased all such activity, amid a crackdown by the Italian government.

WSJ World News
Dec 07, 2018

Development Bank Considers Controversial Venezuelan Loan
Directors of a Latin American development bank are considering a $500 million loan request from Venezuela, drawing a rebuke from President Nicolás Maduro's detractors who say it will undercut international sanctions against his authoritarian government.

WSJ World News
Dec 07, 2018

Chinese Warn of Western 'Iron Curtain' After Huawei Arrest
The arrest of Meng Wanzhou at the request of the U.S. sparked outrage in China, with people criticizing it as a tactic to weaken a leading Chinese company and Beijing's resolve in the trade fight with the U.S.

WSJ World News
Dec 07, 2018

U.S. Takes Aim at Huawei
The Trump administration's efforts to extradite the chief financial officer of China's Huawei Technologies Co. over criminal charges mark the start of an even more aggressive phase in the technology rivalry between the U.S. and China and will increase pressure on Washington's allies to shun the telecommunications company.

WSJ World News
Dec 06, 2018

U.S. Resolution Against Hamas Is Defeated in the United Nations
The U.N. General Assembly rejected a U.S. resolution condemning Hamas as a terrorist organization, delivering a blow to Ambassador Nikki Haley's parting action before leaving her post at the end of the year.

WSJ World News
Dec 06, 2018

Trump Administration Sued Over Giraffes and Endangered Species List
Environmental groups filed a lawsuit accusing the Trump administration of failing to respond to a petition filed almost two years ago to add giraffes to the U.S. endangered species list.

WSJ World News
Dec 06, 2018

Party Race to Succeed Merkel Throws Russian Pipeline in Doubt
The three main contenders to succeed Angela Merkel as chairwoman of Germany's largest political party have called for a review of a gas pipeline between Germany and Russia, potentially putting the party at odds with the chancellor's government.

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Dec 06, 2018

Five Marines Missing After Midair Collision Off Japan's Coast
Five U.S. Marines remained missing as a search continued in the waters off Japan after a midair collision Thursday between two military aircraft, U.S. and Japanese officials said.

WSJ World News
Dec 06, 2018

In Latin America, Awash in Crime, Citizens Impose Their Own Brutal Justice
Latin America has the world's highest murder rate. With little faith in the police or courts, mobs routinely kill suspected lawbreakers in spontaneous attacks. Many lynching victims are innocent.

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Dec 06, 2018

U.S. Military Plane Flies Over Ukraine in Warning to Russia
The Pentagon said it carried out a rare flight over Ukraine under the international Open Skies Treaty to "reaffirm U.S. commitment to Ukraine" amid heightened Russia-Ukraine tensions.

WSJ World News
Dec 06, 2018

North Korea Expands Long-Range Missile Base
North Korea is expanding military facilities thought to house long-range missiles that can hit the U.S., according to a think-tank report that revives doubts about the regime's sincerity in disarmament negotiations.

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Dec 06, 2018

Oil Slides After OPEC Delays Decision on Level of Output Cuts
OPEC members on agreed to production curbs but will wait to hear from Russia before making a final decision on the exact amount the cartel would cut to address falling oil prices.

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Dec 06, 2018

German Conservatives Warn on Russian Pipeline Project
The three main contenders to succeed Angela Merkel as chairwoman of Germany's largest political party have called for a review of a gas pipeline between Germany and Russia, potentially putting the party at odds with the chancellor's government.

WSJ World News
Dec 06, 2018

Talks to End War in Yemen Begin Under U.S. Pressure
Yemen's government and Houthi rebels begin U.S.-backed talks Thursday to end a nearly four-year war that has left thousands dead and pushed millions to the brink of starvation.

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Dec 06, 2018

Arrest of Senior Huawei Executive Steps Up U.S.-China Confrontation
The arrest of a senior executive of networking-gear maker Huawei Technologies Co. intensifies the confrontation in the already divisive China-U.S. negotiations on trade, striking at Chinese President Xi Jinping's ambitions to make the country a tech superpower.?

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