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WSJ World News
Oct 17, 2018

Turkey Details Alleged Killing of Saudi Journalist
Saudi operatives beat, drugged, killed and dismembered a dissident Saudi journalist in the presence of the kingdom's top diplomat in Istanbul, Turkish officials said. President Trump warned against finding Riyadh "guilty until proven innocent."

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

New Details Emerge in Disappearance of Saudi Journalist
Saudi operatives beat, drugged, killed and dismembered a dissident Saudi journalist in the presence of the kingdom's top diplomat in Istanbul, Turkish officials said. President Trump said blaming Riyadh for the disappearance is another instance of "guilty until proven innocent."

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

After a Year of Stonewalling, China Defends Muslim Detentions
A senior Chinese official offered the government's fullest defense so far of its mass detention program for Muslims in China's far west, saying it formed a bulwark for social stability and suggesting the detentions are voluntary.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

U.S. Presses Saudis for Answers on Journalist's Disappearance
Saudi operatives beat, drugged, killed and dismembered a dissident Saudi journalist in the presence of the kingdom's top diplomat in Istanbul, Turkish officials said Tuesday, as Washington urged Riyadh to provide answers.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

The Sticking Points to a Brexit Deal
The U.K. is set to leave the European Union in March 2019. But as the clock ticks down to that deadline, the two sides still can't agree on the terms of their separation.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

U.S. Is World's Most Competitive Economy Again
The U.S. is back on top as the most competitive country in the world, regaining the No. 1 spot for the first time since 2008 in an index produced by the World Economic Forum, which said the country could still do better on social issues.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

Trump Lashes Out at Blaming Saudis for Journalist's Disappearance
President Trump said blaming Saudi Arabia for journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance is another instance of "guilty until proven innocent," adding "we just went through that with Justice Kavanaugh."

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

U.S. Sanctions Iran Finance Network in Bid to Sever Tehran's Global Ties
The U.S. on Tuesday sanctioned a multibillion-dollar network of Iranian companies, banks and funds accused of financing the country's elite paramilitary unit, ratcheting up global pressure on Tehran and sending a warning to governments and companies considering continued engagement with Iran.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

Goodbye Nafta. Hello...USMCA? Musca? AEUMC? You-Smacka?
The U.S., Mexico and Canada agreed to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement, but nobody agrees on what to call it; votes for T-MEC

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

Pompeo Presses Saudis to Resolve Crisis Over Missing Journalist
Top U.S. diplomat told Saudi leaders in meetings that they should move to ease a diplomatic crisis over Jamal Khashoggi, as Turkish investigators extended their search of the presumed crime scene in Istanbul.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

Thousands Flock to Remote, Lawless Sahara in Search of Gold
Over the past two years, some 35,000 people have flocked to a lawless region separating Niger from Algeria, most seeking a literal pot of gold.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

Chinese Consumers Feel More Pain Than Official Data Suggest
Inflation is merely creeping higher in China, according to the official data, but consumers are feeling a more intense sting from surging living costs, exacerbated by the impact of the trade fight with the U.S. on prices and economic growth.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

German Police Investigate Hostage-Taking as Possible Terror Attack
A brief hostage-taking that seriously burned a 14-year-old girl and injured a woman on Monday is being investigated as a possible terrorist attack, German police said.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

Macron, Under Pressure, Walks Tight Line With Appointments
French President Emmanuel Macron appointed several cabinet ministers in an attempt to stabilize his government and stem a decline in public support for his push to overhaul France's economy.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

China Defends Detention of Muslims as Vital for Stability
A senior Chinese official offered the government's fullest defense so far of its mass detention program for Muslims in China's far west, saying it formed a bulwark for social stability and suggesting the detentions are voluntary.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

China Defends Muslim Detentions as Vital
A senior Chinese official offered the government's fullest defense so far of its mass detention program for Muslims in China's far west, saying it formed a bulwark for social stability and suggesting the detentions are voluntary.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

Macron, Under Pressure, Walks Tight Line With Cabinet Appointments
French President Emmanuel Macron appointed several cabinet ministers in an attempt to stabilize his government and stem a decline in public support for his push to overhaul France's economy.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

Pompeo Arrives in Riyadh Amid Crisis Over Missing Saudi Journalist
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Riyadh for meetings aimed at resolving a diplomatic crisis over the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

British Trade Negotiator's Conundrum: Can He Actually Make Any Deals?
The U.K. government hired New Zealander Crawford Falconer to revamp its new Department of International Trade, but come Brexit day, his outfit likely won't be in a position to land any big free-trade deals for years.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

Pompeo Seeks Answers Amid Crisis Over Missing Saudi Journalist
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Riyadh for meetings aimed at resolving an escalating diplomatic crisis over the suspected death of a prominent Saudi journalist.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

U.S. Sanctions Give Russian Economy an Unintended Boost
U.S. sanctions have driven the price of oil and the ruble apart—leaving Russia with expensive crude and a cheaper currency, a combination that is helping its economy.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

Thousands Flock to Remote, Lawless Sahara to Seek Gold
Over the past two years, some 35,000 people have flocked to a lawless region separating Niger from Algeria, most seeking a literal pot of gold.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

Macron, Under Pressure, Walks Tight Line in Cabinet Shuffle
French President Emmanuel Macron shuffled his cabinet in an attempt to stabilize his government and stem a decline in public support for his push to overhaul France's economy.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

Chinese Consumers Feel More Pain Than Official Data Suggests
Inflation is merely creeping higher in China, according to the official data, but consumers are feeling a more intense sting from surging living costs, exacerbated by the impact of the trade fight with the U.S. on prices and economic growth.

WSJ World News
Oct 16, 2018

'I'm 100% With You,' Trump Tells Mattis After Hinting at the Secretary's Departure
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said President Trump reassured him that he has his full support, even after Mr. Trump said in an interview that the two may not be politically aligned and that the secretary's resignation could be imminent.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

Italy's Government Passes Draft Budget That Would Widen Deficit
Italy's government approved a draft budget law for next year, confirming a set of expansionary measures that could lead to a fast-rising deficit and a conflict with the European Union.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

EU Boosts Support for Central African Republic as Russia Expands Role
European foreign ministers agreed to expand the bloc's support for security and armed forces in the Central African Republic, part of an effort to counter what diplomats fear is a growing Russian role there.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

Saudis Weigh Saying Journalist Was Killed by Mistake
The Saudi government is considering issuing a statement saying that rogue operatives killed Khashoggi by mistake during an interrogation gone wrong.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

Niger's Deserts Become Front Line of Fight Against Jihadism
Advocates say the strategy is fortifying Niger against security threats, but opponents say it makes the country a target.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

Syria and Jordan Reopen Vital Commercial Corridor
Syria's resumption of control over a crucial border crossing with Jordan opens the way for a revival of trade between the two countries and beyond

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

U.S.-Saudi Tensions Put Oil-Price Discounts Into Play
Preferential pricing for U.S. purchases of Saudi oil could dry up if tensions over the suspected killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi continue to escalate between Washington and Riyadh.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

Syrian Rebels Hold Out in Last Enclave as Russia Tries to Avoid Assault by Assad
A plan to avert an offensive by the Assad government against the last major rebel-held area in Syria stumbled Monday when the main extremist group failed to leave a proposed buffer zone as part of a plan to demilitarize the region.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

U.S. Tax Changes Hit Global Investment Flows
Global business investment flows fell sharply in the first six months of the year, as U.S. companies repatriated profits in response to changes in the country's tax law, the United Nations said.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

Pompeo to Meet Saudi King Over Missing Journalist
President Trump is sending Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to meet with Saudi King Salman to discuss the fate of a missing Saudi journalist, with the president suggesting that "rogue killers" could have been behind the dissident's disappearance.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

An Ice-Cream Truck Slaying, Party Drugs and Real-Estate Kings: Ethnic Clans Clash in Berlin's Underworld
A rise in killings and shootouts connected to ethnic crime gangs in Germany has prompted authorities to intensify a crackdown and express concern about poor integration fueling syndicates of largely Arab and Kurdish families.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

Pompeo to Meet Saudi King Over Missing Journalist
President Trump said he was sending U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to meet with Saudi King Salman to discuss the fate of a Saudi dissident journalist who disappeared after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

Ethnic Crime Families Provoke German Crackdown
A rise in killings and shootouts connected to ethnic crime gangs in Germany has prompted authorities to intensify a crackdown and express concern about poor integration fueling syndicates of largely Arab and Kurdish families.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

Former 'Bad Bank' Boss Accused Over Bribes, Banquets and Boudoirs
A former Communist Party chief and ex-head of China's largest "bad bank" will be prosecuted for using his position for personal gain after being swept up in President Xi Jinping's yearslong crackdown on corruption.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

Inflation Weakens Support for Government of Philippine Strongman Duterte
The highest inflation in almost a decade is eating away at support for President Rodrigo Duterte's government and forcing sacrifices to his flagship economic agenda.

WSJ World News
Oct 15, 2018

IMF Shows Risks in China's Debt Markets as Global Popularity Booms
China's $12 trillion bond market is becoming more popular with foreign investors, but sharp swings in trading volumes could present a risk to the country's financial stability, according to the International Monetary Fund.

WSJ World News
Oct 14, 2018

Trump, Saudis Escalate Threats Over Disappearance of Saudi Journalist
The White House and Saudi Arabia traded sharp words over the suspected killing of a dissident Saudi journalist as the case tests the Trump administration efforts to make the kingdom the linchpin of its Middle East policy.

WSJ World News
Oct 14, 2018

Brexit Talks Stall Ahead of Key Summit
Negotiations over Britain's departure from the European Union suffered a setback as the two sides failed to resolve differences, chiefly over how to avoid the re-emergence of a physical border in Ireland.

WSJ World News
Oct 14, 2018

Trump Promotes Pastor's Release on the Campaign Trail
The return of pastor Andrew Brunson marked an end to a diplomatic standoff and was immediately embraced by President Trump ahead of midterm elections.

WSJ World News
Oct 14, 2018

Merkel's Allies Hit With Worst Election Showing Since 1950
Germany's political fragmentation deepened after allies of Angela Merkel took a beating in a crucial regional election in Bavaria, raising questions about how long the chancellor can keep control of her brittle coalition government.

WSJ World News
Oct 14, 2018

In Regional Votes and Polls, Russians Voice Their Discontent
The rare defeat of Kremlin-backed candidates in recent regional elections and a slump in President Vladimir Putin's poll ratings signal rising social discontent among Russians.

WSJ World News
Oct 14, 2018

Welcome Back, Mr. Prime Minister, Sorry About the View Out Your Window
Mahathir Mohamad, in his second spin as Malaysia's leader at age 93, isn't totally happy with how the administrative capital he carved from the jungle decades ago has turned out. ‘Why did they want to build this high-rise building?'

WSJ World News
Oct 14, 2018

Investors Pin Hopes on Brazil After Global Stocks Drop
Some analysts view the Brazilian market with optimism despite this week's U.S. selloff

WSJ World News
Oct 14, 2018

Saudis Threaten to Retaliate After U.S. Pressure Over Journalist
Saudi Arabia warned of possible punitive measures a day after President Trump vowed "severe punishment" if an investigation proves that the kingdom was behind the suspected death of a prominent Saudi journalist.

WSJ World News
Oct 14, 2018

Pope Grants Sainthood to El Salvador's Martyred Archbishop
Archbishop Oscar Romero, a hero to many Latin Americans and progressive members of the Catholic Church, was declared a saint following years of resistance from influential conservatives.

WSJ World News
Oct 13, 2018

Pastor, Back in U.S., Welcomed By Trump
President Trump met in the White House with a newly freed evangelical pastor who had been held in Turkey for two years on terrorism charges, bringing to a close a diplomatic standoff with Ankara that had jeopardized relations between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies.

WSJ World News
Oct 13, 2018

Pastor, Back in U.S., Meets With Trump in Oval Office
President Trump met in the White House with a newly freed evangelical pastor who had been held in Turkey for two years on terrorism charges, bringing to a close a diplomatic standoff with Ankara that had jeopardized relations between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies.

WSJ World News
Oct 13, 2018

Pastor Arrives Back in U.S., Ending Standoff With Turkey
An evangelical American pastor arrived back in the U.S. after being held in Turkey for two years on terrorism charges, ending a diplomatic standoff that had jeopardized relations between two North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies.

WSJ World News
Oct 13, 2018

Pope Defrocks Chilean Bishops Accused of Sex Abuse
Pope Francis continued his effort to address abuse scandals that have shaken the traditionally Catholic South American country and the church around the world.

WSJ World News
Oct 13, 2018

Trump Vows 'Severe Punishment' if Saudi Arabia Implicated in Khashoggi Disappearance
President Trump said there will be ‘severe punishment' if an investigation determines that Saudi Arabia is behind the suspected death of a prominent Saudi journalist, but said he doesn't favor sanctions because it may cost U.S. jobs.

WSJ World News
Oct 13, 2018

Malaysia's Anwar a Step Closer to Power
Malaysian politician Anwar Ibrahim took a step closer to succeeding former enemy Mahathir Mohamad as the country's prime minister when he was elected to Parliament in a special election.

WSJ World News
Oct 13, 2018

Power Play: Tiny East Timor Bets Big on Oil and Gas
Sixteen years after East Timor secured its independence, the government in this tiny nation is gambling on a huge new refinery complex to help secure its economic future. If the project falls short, the former colony risks ending up at the mercy of foreign powers again.

WSJ World News
Oct 13, 2018

As Migration From Guatemala Surges, U.S. Officials Seek Answers
Guatemala has more migrant families seeking asylum in the U.S. than neighboring El Salvador and Honduras. The U.S. is trying to figure out why so many Guatemalans are heading north.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

One of the Least Immigrant-Friendly Nations Now Wants Them Long Term
Japan plans to allow blue-collar immigrant workers with certain skills to work in the country without a time limit, a break with longstanding practice.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

Turkey Frees American Pastor, Moving to Ease Tensions With U.S.
Andrew Brunson, an evangelical American pastor held in Turkey on terrorism charges, will be sent back to the U.S. following a hearing in which a judge lifted his house arrest.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

Missing Journalist Was an Insider Willing to Cross Saudi Red Lines
Jamal Khashoggi, the missing Saudi journalist now presumed dead, rankled authorities with his socially liberal views and sympathy for the Muslim Brotherhood, but he was also an insider close to some of Saudi Arabia's most powerful princes.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

U.S., China Edge Closer to a Cold War
The Trump administration is moving to counter what it views as years of unbridled Chinese aggression, taking aim at military, political and economic targets in Beijing and signaling a new era in U.S.-China relations.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

U.S. Envoy Meets Taliban In Push for Afghan Peace Talks
Washington's newly named point man for Afghan peacemaking met Taliban representatives as the Trump administration steps up efforts to cobble together a road map for talks aimed at ending the 17-year war in Afghanistan.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

U.S. and China Edge Closer to a Cold War
The Trump administration is moving to counter what it views as years of unbridled Chinese aggression, taking aim at military, political and economic targets in Beijing and signaling a new era in U.S.-China relations.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

Merkel, Already Wobbling, Faces Fresh Blow in Historical Stronghold
Elections in two of Germany's most prosperous regions are likely to diminish Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative bloc and further destabilize her fragile government, potentially even jeopardizing her leadership.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

China Ramps Up Pressure on Exiled Critic, Fining His Company $8.7 Billion
China put further pressure on exiled businessman and government critic Guo Wengui, with a court slapping an $8.7 billion fine on his company and punishing several associates who were involved in the takeover of a securities firm.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

U.S. and China Edge Closer to Cold War
The Trump administration is moving to counter what it views as years of unbridled Chinese aggression, taking aim at military, political and economic targets in Beijing and signaling a new era in U.S.-China relations.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

Turkey Frees American Pastor, Easing Tensions With U.S.
Andrew Brunson, an evangelical American pastor held in Turkey on terrorism charges, will be sent back to the U.S. following a hearing in which a judge lifted his house arrest.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

Not-the-Nobel Prize in Literature Is Announced
Maryse Condé, a chronicler of the colonial experience, won the New Academy Prize in Literature. The award was created to honor a writer this year after the Swedish Academy postponed the Nobel Prize in literature.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

One of the Least Immigrant-Friendly Nations Now Wants Them Long-Term
Japan plans to allow blue-collar immigrant workers with certain skills to work in the country without a time limit, a break with longstanding practice.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

Pope Francis Accepts D.C. Cardinal Wuerl's Resignation
Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of the embattled archbishop of Washington, D.C., Cardinal Donald Wuerl, the Vatican said, ending months of speculation about the fate of one of the most powerful officials in the U.S. Roman Catholic Church.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

German Voters Set to Punish Merkel's Conservative Bloc
Elections in two of Germany's most prosperous regions are likely to diminish Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative bloc and further destabilize her fragile government, potentially even jeopardizing her leadership.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

Turkey Says Recordings Are Evidence of Saudi Journalist's Killing
The Turkish government has what it describes as audio and video recordings purporting to show that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, and has shared the evidence with U.S. officials, according to people familiar with the matter.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

Chinese Businessman Sentenced to Prison for Rape in Australia
An Australian court sentenced property developer Longwei ‘Tommy' Xu to serve up to four years in prison for raping a young model he took to a Sydney dinner party hosted by Chinese e-commerce billionaire Liu Qiangdong.

WSJ World News
Oct 12, 2018

Turkey Says Recordings Are Evidence of Saudi Journalist's Killing
The Turkish government has what it describes as audio and video recordings purporting to show that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, and has shared the evidence with U.S. officials, according to people familiar with the matter.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

U.S. Blocks Aid Workers From North Korea
U.S. officials are preventing American aid workers from making humanitarian trips to North Korea, according to people familiar with the matter, inhibiting the flow of food and medical assistance to Pyongyang ahead of a new round of diplomacy over its nuclear program.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Rocket Launch Failure Can Spell Disruptions for NASA's Missions
The setback put more pressure on NASA to certify new U.S. vehicles for taking crews to and from space station and made it more dependent on Russia.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Turkey Is Expected to Release American Pastor on Friday
The U.S. and Turkey are expected to begin mending a rupture in relations with the likely release Friday of pastor Andrew Brunson from detention and house arrest in Turkey.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Ukraine Orthodox Church to Win Recognition Despite Russian Warning
The foremost leader in Orthodox Christianity said he would grant Ukraine a self-governing church independent of Russia, handing the former Soviet republic a significant victory in its efforts to reduce the Kremlin's influence there.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Canada Unveils Measures to Thwart Dumping of Steel Products
The Canadian government has announced measures aimed at thwarting the dumping of certain steel products in the country, including tariffs of 25% when quotas are exceeded.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Banksy Buyer Plans to Keep Shredded Painting
Sotheby's said that the woman who won the $1.4 million Banksy painting that self-destructed after it was auctioned has decided to keep it.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Saudi Journalist's Disappearance Sends Chill Into Business Community
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's plans to lure investors and transform his country's economy face dire threats after the disappearance and possible killing of a dissident writer at a Saudi consulate in Turkey.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Trump and Xi Plan to Meet Amid Trade Tension
The White House is moving ahead with plans for President Trump to meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping at a summit in November, to try to devise a way out of the countries' trade battle.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Italy Pays More to Borrow as Budget Fight Brews
Italy had to offer significantly higher interest rates to sell its bonds on Thursday, a sign of the rising anxiety surrounding Italy's finances and its leaders' looming clash with the European Union over its budget plans.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Trade Tensions Take a Toll on Germany's Economy
Germany slashed its economic growth forecast, invoking a shortage of skilled workers at home and global trade tensions aboard, a fresh sign that the European powerhouse is increasingly vulnerable to U.S.-China trade disputes.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Rocket Headed for Space Station Aborts After Failure
A Russian rocket carrying an American astronaut and his Russian counterpart to the international space station aborted the flight shortly after launch because of a booster anomaly.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Egypt's Hidden War on ISIS Upends Lives in Sinai
Egypt is waging a hidden war in the Sinai Peninsula, uprooting thousands of people as the Arab World's largest land army attempts to strike a decisive blow against Islamic State's deadly local affiliate.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

World Bank Aims to Shame With 'Human Capital' Ranking
The World Bank's new "human capital" ranking, which scores countries on investments in health and education, was released Thursday morning here and has already drawn plenty of criticism—by design.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Malaysia Moves Ahead on Effort to Abolish Death Penalty
The new Malaysian government led by Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is pushing forward on its promise to abolish the death penalty, a move at odds with other Asian countries.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

For IMF Help, Pakistan Might Have to Disclose Its China Debts
Pakistan could be forced to disclose the full extent and terms of Chinese lending it has received in recent years in exchange for a bailout deal it is seeking with the IMF.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Naming of Jailed Banker's Wife Sends Warning as U.K. Fights Money Laundering
The U.K. government's use of a new investigative tool is a landmark step in the fight against corruption and money laundering through the real-estate sector, observers say.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Nikki Haley Played Many Roles at the United Nations
In her nearly two years at the world body, the ambassador was one of the most visible faces of the Trump administration's foreign policy.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Rocket Headed for Space Station Aborts After Booster Failure
A Russian rocket carrying an American astronaut and his Russian counterpart to the international space station aborted the flight shortly after launch because of a booster anomaly.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Rocket Headed for ISS Aborts After Booster Failure
A Russian rocket carrying an American astronaut and his Russian counterpart to the international space station aborted the flight shortly after launch because of a booster anomaly.

WSJ World News
Oct 11, 2018

Egypt's War Against Islamic State Upends Lives of Sinai Residents
Egypt is waging a hidden war in the Sinai Peninsula, uprooting thousands of people as the Arab World's largest land army attempts to strike a decisive blow against Islamic State's deadly local affiliate.

WSJ World News
Oct 10, 2018

Turkey Provides New Links to Alleged Saudi Role in Dissident's Killing
A team of Saudi operatives that Turkish officials suspect of killing and dismembering a dissident Saudi journalist last week in a brazen international assassination flew on a Gulfstream jet controlled by the kingdom's crown prince, said people familiar with the matter.

WSJ World News
Oct 10, 2018

Trump Steps Up Pressure on Saudis Over Missing Journalist
President Trump stepped up pressure on Saudi Arabia over the disappearance of a prominent dissident journalist who is feared dead after entering a Saudi consulate in Turkey, calling it a "very bad situation."

WSJ World News
Oct 10, 2018

Turkey Ramps Up Pressure on Saudis Over Missing Journalist
Turkish authorities released photographs and other evidence through local media to bolster their claim that Saudi Arabia was behind the disappearance and likely death of a Saudi journalist in Istanbul.

WSJ World News
Oct 10, 2018

China Acknowledges Re-Education Centers for Uighurs
China has retroactively changed the law to legitimize its detention of hundreds of thousands of Muslim Uighurs amid an international outcry over human rights abuses against the ethnic minority.

WSJ World News
Oct 10, 2018

Top U.K. Court Sides With Bakers Who Refused Gay Man's Order
The court upheld the right of a bakery to refuse a gay man's order for a cake decorated with the message "Support Gay Marriage" on grounds that forcing it to make the cake would have impinged on free speech.

WSJ World News
Oct 10, 2018

Syrian Rebels Withdraw Heavy Weapons to Avert Regime Assault
Rebel groups in Syria have withdrawn most of their heavy weapons from a planned demilitarized zone in the country's northwest, a move that could forestall an offense by Assad, but falls short of a lasting political settlement.

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