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Muslims and Jews at Auschwitz test new bonds amid season of intolerance in Europe
The idea of taking young refugees for visits to concentration camps has gained currency in Germany as a way to blunt a troubling rise in anti-Semitism and to integrate the new arrivals into a country where the culture of remembrance is sacrosanct. But how would it work to bring Jews and Muslims to Auschwitz together?
   
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Italian leaders demand resignations at company operating collapsed bridge
The disaster that killed at least 39 people was becoming the first major domestic challenge for Italy’s new and inexperienced government. Among the urgent concerns was whether other parts of the country’s aging infrastructure could be at risk.
   
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Islamic State claims suicide bombing that killed scores of students in Kabul
The extremist group said one of its militants detonated a suicide vest in the widely condemned attack.
   
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Afghan teenager loses Austrian asylum case for not acting gay enough
Human rights organizations are accusing the right-wing Austrian government of deliberately rejecting asylum applications by LGBT refugees.
   
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After dozens of children die, Trump administration faces mounting pressure over Yemen war
Lawmakers’ letters indicate growing frustration with U.S. involvement in the Saudi-led air campaign.
   
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Pacific islands have an obesity problem. Tonga’s leader thinks a weight-loss competition could help.
The Tongan prime minister told a local newspaper that he will propose a weight-loss competition among Pacific island leaders.
   
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Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the conservative Indian prime minister who presided over the country’s nuclear tests in 1998, has died at 93
Vajpayee had suffered from ill health for years after a stroke in 2009, doctors said. This is a developing story. It will be updated.
   
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Afghan teenager loses Austrian asylum case for not acting gay enough
Human rights organizations are accusing the right-wing Austrian government of deliberately rejecting asylum applications by LGBT refugees.
   
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Islamic State claims suicide bombing that killed scores of students in Kabul
The extremist group said one of its militants detonated a suicide vest in the widely condemned attack.
   
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Italian leaders demand resignations at company operating collapsed bridge
The search for survivors of the Genoa bridge collapse continued as the toll rose to 39.
   
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China has a new message for the U.S.: Don’t be alarmed, we’re not that great. 
Beijing has urged party officials and press to tamp down the swagger.
   
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‘Should not happen’: Italian officials look for answers after dozens dead in bridge collapse
A 650-foot section of a highway bridge crumpled in an instant during torrential rains. Even as emergency crews counted the death, questions began about whether spotty maintenance played a role.
   
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Europe’s summer was so hot that tropical flamingos laid eggs for the first time in 15 years
Experts said six rare Andean flamingos laid the eggs in southwest England amid sweltering temperatures.
   
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Mount Everest is a ‘fecal time bomb.’ Here’s one man’s idea for handling 14 tons of poop.
Currently, climbers defecate in a bag or a barrel, and their waste is dumped into earth pits on Gorak Shep.
   
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Two elderly men went missing. They were found at the world’s biggest heavy metal festival.
The men were located by German police at Wacken Open Air, the world\'s largest heavy metal music festival.
   
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Trump puts Iraq in a bind over Iran
New American sanctions are raising tensions and hardship in the Middle East.
   
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Why the Korean War didn’t end — and why it could now
The future of the two Koreas is still tightly tied to their past — in particular to a war in which the bulk of the fighting stopped 65 years ago.
   
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After dozens of children die, Trump administration faces mounting pressure over Yemen war
Lawmakers’ letters indicate growing frustration with U.S. involvement in the Saudi-led air campaign.
   
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As a trade war heats up between Erdogan and Trump, soaring prices rattle Turkey
Turkey’s Erdogan has accused the United States of bullying behavior and economic sabotage.
   
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Paul Manafort’s tax- and bank-fraud case is heading to the jury
In closing arguments, prosecutor accuses Trump’s ex-campaign chair of hiding a “huge dumpster” of money. Defense says special counsel went fishing for evidence of a crime.
   
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‘It was a horror scene’: Scores of Afghan students killed in Kabul suicide bombing aimed at minority Shiites
The blast inside a learning center in a Shiite district of the Afghan capital was among the deadliest in years.
   
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Pacific islands have an obesity problem. The Tongan leader thinks a weight-loss competition could help.
The Tongan prime minister told a local newspaper that he will propose a weight-loss competition among Pacific island leaders.
   
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Parliament attack suspect is 29-year-old Briton who immigrated from Sudan
Salih Khater was not known to police and his motive remains unclear.
   
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South Korean leader wants rail, road links with North as first step toward economic integration
Moon Jae-in also promised to take an “audacious” step to achieve a peace treaty with North Korea.
   
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Australia condemns senator who demanded ‘final solution’ to immigration but won’t stop own ‘inhuman’ refugee treatment
On Tuesday, a far-right Australian senator demanded a “final solution” to Muslim immigration, using the Nazis\' exact words to describe what is now known as the Holocaust.
   
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Muslims and Jews at Auschwitz test new bonds amid season of intolerance in Europe
At the notorious Nazi death camp, young Germans reckon with the past and grapple with modern fissures over migration and identity across Europe.
   
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Terrorist attacks are quietly declining around the world
But an attack in Westminster and a tweet from Trump are a reminder: Even the specter of terrorism still has power.
   
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Genoa’s bridge collapse highlights just how many bridges fail around the world
At least 22 people were killed after a bridge collapsed in Genoa on Monday.
   
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Venezuela arrests 2 military officers over ‘assassination attempt’ against Maduro
The men are among 14 people jailed after a recent incident involving drones in Caracas.
   
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Islamic State may still have 30,000 fighters in Iraq and Syria, even after setbacks
Two new reports put the number far higher than previously thought, but the U.S. military says the estimates may be too high.
   
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Congo: International arrest warrant for opposition’s Katumbi
Congo’s government says it has issued an international arrest warrant for opposition leader Moise Katumbi, who has been in exile since 2016.
   
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The Latest: Amnesty: Kabul attack on Shiites is ‘war crime’
The Latest on developments in Afghanistan after a deadly suicide bombing in a Shiite area of Kabul (all times local):
   
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Ugandan pop star, government critic, to face military court
A pop singer and prominent critic of Uganda’s government was due to face a military court on Thursday for his alleged role in clashes in which the longtime president’s motorcade was attacked by people throwing stones.
   
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The Latest: Indonesian to testify when murder trial resumes
The Latest on the murder trial of two Southeast Asian women in the assassination of the North Korean leader’s half brother (all times local):
   
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UN panel calls on Bahrain to release activist Nabeel Rajab
A special United Nations panel is urging Bahrain to immediately release imprisoned activist Nabeel Rajab, describing him as the victim of government-sponsored “persecution” for his political views in the island kingdom.
   
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Former Indian PM Vajpayee dies after illness at age 93
Former Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, a Hindu nationalist who set off a nuclear arms race with rival Pakistan but later reached across the border to begin a groundbreaking peace process, died on Thursday after a prolonged illness. He was 93.