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E.U. leaders consider delaying Brexit, with end of January as likeliest date
Europeans had been waiting to see how far Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal could proceed in Parliament before they decided whether to delay the day of the split, which is scheduled for Oct. 31. But with parliamentary votes forcing Johnson to give lawmakers more time to scrutinize the terms of Britain’s departure, the control of the timing reverts to Brussels.
   
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Some sources of ‘certified cocoa’ use child labor and harm forests, research shows
Utz, a Dutch organization responsible for the audits covering hundreds of thousands of cocoa farms, has had significant lapses in its compliance reviews, casting doubt on the claims by major chocolate companies that the monitoring efforts are eliminating those abuses.
   
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Top Chinese official misses space conference amid U.S.-China tensions
The United States “weaponized” the visa process, China said, after a top Chinese official was unable attend a major international space conference in Washington.
   
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After allegations against police and thousands of people killed, Duterte’s drug war remains popular
For a politician who promised to eradicate criminals — “kill them all,” he said — Filipinos appear to judge that President Rodrigo Duterte has kept his word.
   
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Olympics logo or dating app? Paris 2024 image prompts mockery.
The official design alludes to one of the most sacred French symbols, Marianne, the personification of the French Republic and its vaunted ideals.
   
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Trump declares victory in northeastern Syria as Russian troops move in
The president said that Turkish officials pledged to end their offensive and that he had lifted sanctions.
   
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Bill Taylor spent years fighting corruption in Ukraine. His last four months under Trump were the ‘antithesis’ of that.
Instead of encouraging officials to follow the letter of the law, U.S. diplomats were pressing Ukraine to open investigations that could benefit President Trump politically, diplomat says.
   
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British authorities launch investigation after 39 bodies are found inside truck
The container is thought to have originated in Bulgaria, and the driver has been arrested.
   
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American woman ‘desperate’ after being jailed for months in India on visa violation
The 51-year-old was arrested when she attempted to travel by bus from Kathmandu to Delhi.
   
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Nine head-scratching moments from Trump’s Syria remarks at the White House
Trump said he would lift sanctions on Turkey. He also called Syria \"blood-stained sand\" and questioned whether a \"safe zone\" would really be safe.
   
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Argentina’s economy is collapsing. Here come the Peronistas, again.
Former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, facing nearly a dozen criminal cases, is poised to become the country’s next vice president.
   
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E.U. leaders consider delaying Brexit, with the end of January as the likeliest date
British lawmakers forced Johnson to ask for an extension rather than have Britain crash out of the E.U. on Oct. 31.
   
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Olympics logo or dating app? Paris 2024 image prompts mockery.
The official design alludes to one of the most sacred French symbols, Marianne, the personification of the French Republic and its vaunted ideals.
   
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Two weeks after deadly Typhoon Hagibis flooded millions in Japan, more heavy rain looms
Moisture streaming ahead of Typhoon Bualoi will set the stage for renewed flooding.
   
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Thousands dead. Police accused of criminal acts. Yet Duterte’s drug war is wildly popular.
Allegations against former top cop have renewed scrutiny of the Philippine leader’s signature policy. But the brutal crackdown retains overwhelming public support.
   
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Hong Kong’s domestic workers feel caught between both sides in information war
A mysterious flier aimed at Indonesian workers called for information on “radical protesters.”
   
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Kim Jong Un says it’s ‘shabby.’ This North Korean mountain resort’s days may be numbered.
Pyongyang plans to tear down South Korean-built facilities at the Mount Kumgang tourist area, signaling frustration at stalled nuclear talks.
   
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Trudeau maintains his slippery grip on power
Canada\'s progressive golden boy may have won a victory Monday night — but it wasn\'t the one he wanted.
   
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Protests, arson, looting in Bolivia as opponents accuse Evo Morales of trying to steal election
The socialist leader appeared to be headed for a runoff when the vote count was halted. When it resumed, state TV suggested an outright victory.
   
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Russia and Turkey reach deal to push Kurdish forces out of zone in northern Syria
Deal solidifies Russian President Vladimir Putin’s preeminent role in Syria as America’s influence wanes.
   
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Thousands of barrels of oil are contaminating Brazil’s pristine coastline. Authorities don’t know where it’s coming from.
The massive, mysterious sludge has tarred more than 1,000 miles of shoreline. Some officials have blamed Venezuela.
   
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Parliament denies Boris Johnson support for his fast-tracked Brexit deal, making Oct. 31 exit unlikely
The bill is 115 pages. Johnson wanted it sorted in 72 hours.
   
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Trudeau’s election victory lays bare deep divides in the Canadian map
The prime minister’s Liberals performed well in Atlantic Canada but lost seats in French-speaking Quebec and were shut out of oil-producing Alberta and Saskatchewan.
   
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What is happening in Brexit? The defeat of Boris Johnson’s timetable and what happens next.
Britain\'s prime minister has a new plan for Brexit, but will it work?
   
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Trump claims he has ‘secured the Oil’ in Syria. Here’s what’s really going on.
Despite the president\'s statements, Syria\'s oil situation is far from secure even as U.S. troops remain in the country.
   
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Nissan former Chair Ghosn’s lawyers ask charges be dismissed
The lawyers for former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn say they have asked a court to dismiss all charges against him, alleging prosecutorial misconduct
   
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Protests rage in Chile despite president’s reform promise
An apology and promises of economic reforms from Chile’s president haven’t calmed turmoil that has brought looting, rioting and at least 18 deaths
   
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Ukrainian leader felt Trump pressure before taking office
Shortly after he was elected, the new leader of Ukraine told advisers that he was concerned about becoming entangled in U.S. elections
   
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Saudi Arabia’s king names prince as new foreign minister
Saudi King Salman has named Prince Faisal bin Farhan as the kingdom’s new foreign minister
   
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North Korea urges US to act wisely through year-end deadline
North Korea accused US officials of maintaining hostility against Pyongyang despite a “special” relationship between Kim and Trump and urged Washington to act “wisely” through the end of the year
   
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UN expert: Iran executes children in violation of rights law
A U.N. independent human rights expert says Iran executed seven child offenders last year and two so far this year even though human rights law prohibits the death penalty for anyone under age 18