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This school aims to keep youths from leaving Guatemala. They don’t know the U.S. government funds it.
Teachers at the Stay Here Center — a quiet experiment to deter migration — say their students leave all the time, abruptly setting off for the United States. But the school serves as a flicker of hope in a village where migration has been seen as the only way out of grinding poverty.
   
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Holy Week continues, and Parisian life resumes, without Notre Dame
A Good Friday procession took place near Seine sunbathers, as Paris’s Catholic community has been determined to carry on with Holy Week celebrations without the cathedral that marks the heart of the city.
   
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In lauding Libyan general, Trump veers from stated U.S. policy
The White House said President Trump, in a phone call with renegade Libyan militia leader Khalifa Hifter, praised Hifter for fighting terrorism and protecting the country’s oil, comments that were far afield from the administration’s official stance on Libya.
   
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Hoping for peace, Ukraine’s voters appear likely to elect a comedian as president 
Polls predict Volodymyr Zelensky, who plays the role of the country’s president on a popular TV show, will beat incumbent Petro Poroshenko in Sunday’s runoff.
   
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Mali’s prime minister resigns amid pressure over growing insecurity
Fed up with what they called a failure to control the security situation, lawmakers had said they planned to submit a no-confidence motion against their government — and the entire government promptly resigned.
   
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Turkey arrests 2 men accused of spying for United Arab Emirates
The UAE and Turkey have sparred from opposite sides of a bitter feud in the Persian Gulf. 
   
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Trump’s call with renegade Libyan general could signal a shift in U.S. policy
The president’s comments were far afield from his administration’s stated path on Libya.
   
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True ISIS believers regroup inside refugee camp, terrorize the ‘impious’
Tensions are rising between the Islamic State’s female loyalists and others who fled the battlefront of the group’s self-declared caliphate.
   
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Congressional Democrats examine Erik Prince’s statements on 2017 Seychelles meeting for possible perjury
The Trump ally told the special counsel a different story than what he said in sworn testimony on Capitol Hill, officials believe.
   
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U.S. authorities make first arrest in mysterious raid of North Korea’s Embassy in Spain
Federal agents are also said to have searched the apartment of the raid’s mastermind.
   
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This school aims to keep young Guatemalans from migrating. They don’t know it’s funded by the U.S. government.
As migration from Central America surges, a school funded by the U.S. government in a Guatemalan village aims to give youth the job skills to be successful in their own country. Will it keep them from heading north?
   
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What happens when a comedian turns politician? Ukraine hopes it’s not the punch line.
Comedians have become politicians in countries from Guatemala to Iceland. The results aren\'t always funny.
   
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Russia wanted chaos from Trump. They got it.
Just not in the way they wanted.
   
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France separates church and state. So who’s responsible for Notre Dame?
A 1905 law separating church and state has a \"sacred\" place in France.
   
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After Mueller report release, U.S. allies and foes are united in skepticism on one issue: The redactions
Many Europeans are likely to share Democrats’ concerns. In the past, their own concerns over redactions have proved to be justified.
   
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Hoping for peace, Ukraine’s voters appear likely to elect a comedian as president 
Polls predict Volodymyr Zelensky will beat incumbent Petro Poroshenko in Sunday’s runoff.
   
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‘Derry tonight. Absolute madness:’ Journalist killed in Northern Ireland clash
Police opened a murder investigation into a shooting they called “a terrorist act.”
   
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Holy Week continues, and Paris life resumes, without Notre Dame
A Good Friday procession passed people sunbathing beside the Seine.
   
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Mali’s prime minister resigns amid pressure over growing insecurity
Development paves the way for new leadership at a time when experts say a solution is urgently needed.
   
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What happens when a comedian turns politician? Ukraine hopes it’s not the punch line.
Comedians have become politicians in countries from Guatemala to Iceland. The results aren\'t always funny.
   
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Pompeo shrugs off North Korea’s insults, says he will remain negotiator
“Still in charge of the team,” the secretary of state said of himself after Pyongyang demanded he step aside in denuclearization talks.
   
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Venezuela’s Guaidó waging election-style campaign in a country with no plans for an election
Opposition leader declared himself interim president in January; military remains loyal to Maduro
   
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Talks between Afghan leaders and Taliban canceled, in setback to U.S.-led peace process
Organizers called off the talks amid disputes over the size and composition of the Afghan government’s delegation.
   
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Turkey announces arrest of 2 men on suspicion of spying for UAE
The United Arab Emirates and Turkey have sparred from opposite sides of a bitter feud in the Persian Gulf. 
   
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Kremlin rejects Mueller report, calling it inconclusive, harmful to U.S.-Russia ties
The report “still does not present any conclusive evidence of alleged interference” by Russia in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, a Kremlin spokesman said.
   
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Donors have pledged nearly a billion euros to restore Notre Dame. You may not want to thank them.
When charitable giving gets big tax breaks, the public picks up most of the check.
   
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As the Russia investigation ends, experts see two years of American political dysfunction as a win for Putin
The Russian leader dismissed the special counsel inquiry as “complete nonsense” and has appeared to relish the turmoil in the United States.
   
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Three of the world’s most elite mountain climbers presumed dead after avalanche in the Canadian Rockies
They were climbing a route that park officials described as “remote and an exceptionally difficult objective, with mixed rock and ice routes requiring advanced alpine mountaineering skills.”
   
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Russia wanted chaos from Trump. They got it.
Just not in the way they wanted.
   
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Departing French ambassador reflects on a turbulent time in Washington
During his tenure, Gérard Araud became known as the diplomatic dean of social media.
   
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Easter play in Brazil shantytown a voice against injustice
The back streets of Brazil’s biggest shantytown have become the stage for an Easter passion play that mirrors the realities faced by its residents.
   
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Woman’s brutal killing in Bangladesh triggers protests
Dozens of protesters have taken to the streets in Bangladesh’s capital to demand justice for an 18-year-old woman who died after being set on fire for refusing to drop sexual harassment charges against her Islamic school’s principal
   
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Japan courts Trump using emperor, first lady’s birthday
Without close friends in Asia, Japan’s prime minister is seen using every opportunity, even the emperor’s accession, to court President Donald Trump
   
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Nicaraguans use Good Friday processions to protest
Good Friday religious processions in Nicaragua’s capital have taken a decidedly political tone as residents seize on a rare opportunity to renew their protests against the government of President Daniel Ortega
   
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Ecuador orders arrest of former foreign minister
An Ecuadorian judge has ordered the arrest of a former foreign minister linked to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who was evicted from the country’s London embassy last week
   
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In Peru, supporters mourn ex-leader Garcia after suicide
Large crowds have joined the funeral procession of former Peruvian President Alan Garcia, who killed himself after authorities arrived at his home to arrest him for alleged involvement in a corruption case