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Asia and Australia Edition: Manus Island, Rohingya, Argentina: Your Friday Briefing (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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Fighting Gay Rights and Abortion With the First Amendment (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Alliance Defending Freedom has had some notable victories. Now it hopes to persuade the Supreme Court to blunt the sweep of its ruling enshrining same-sex marriage into law.
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On Washington: Blast From the Past: The Current Political World Mirrors 2009 (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Elements that foreshadowed steep losses for Democrats eight years ago are in place for Republicans today.
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Joe Barton, Senior Republican, Caught in Storm Over Explicit Photo (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Joe Barton, the vice chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, said that he was reconsidering his political future after the photograph appeared on an anonymous Twitter account.
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States Warn of Budget Crunch Under Republican Tax Plan (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Some state officials say the $1.5 trillion tax cut moving through Congress would raise taxes on residents and force tough decisions at the local level.
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Feature: Can A.I. Be Taught to Explain Itself? (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
As machine learning becomes more powerful, the field’s researchers increasingly find themselves unable to account for what their algorithms know — or how they know it.
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Feature: The Culture Caught Up With Spike Lee — Now What? (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
After more than three decades as a provocateur, the filmmaker has returned to the movie that made him famous.
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Grand Buildings Help Keep Macy’s Afloat (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Battered by e-commerce competition, Macy’s real estate is now worth more than its market value. And the company has been selling off parts or all of its most distinctive buildings.
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Why Stand in Line on Black Friday? The Psychology Explained (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Lines on Black Friday are different from lines at the supermarket, often causing emotional behavior and generating a carnival atmosphere.
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Black Friday 2017: Bargain Hunting Begins on Thursday (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Once the forks are put down for good, Americans will start hitting the stores for Black Friday deals. Even if it’s still Thanksgiving.
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Op-Ed Columnist: My Brother Kevin’s Not Tired of Winning (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
In his annual Thanksgiving column, Kevin Dowd answers the burning question about his continuing support of Donald Trump: How can he?
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Contributing Op-Ed Writer: It’s Thanksgiving. Come On Home. (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
My parents let me know that as long as they lived, there would be a place in the world for me. I hope my sons know that, too.
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Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A Conservative Plan to Weaponize the Federal Courts (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Forcing a shift to the right by packing the courts with more Trump-appointed judges would undermine the judiciary’s legitimacy.
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Op-Ed Columnist: Thankfully Recommitting to Resistance (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
If anything, resisting Trump feels even more urgent than last year.
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Op-Ed Columnist: Thanksgiving Gratitude for a Father’s Lesson (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Who are today’s role models on acting like gentlemen?
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Editorial: What America Celebrates on Thanksgiving (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
It’s the one holiday that truly invites all comers.
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Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Tim Wu: Why the Courts Will Have to Save Net Neutrality (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The F.C.C. has overplayed its legal hand.
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Op-Ed Contributor: Flawed Justice for the Butcher of Bosnia (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
After 22 years, Ratko Mladic was found guilty of genocide. Why did it take so long? And what about his fellow perpetrators?
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Opinion: The Fall of Africa’s Most Hated First Lady (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
African presidential wives are expected to unify their nations and respect their elders. “Gucci Grace” Mugabe did neither.
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Op-Ed Contributor: Why Won’t Israel Let Me Mourn My Father? (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
I wanted to go back to the West Bank for a memorial service with my family. I was barred because I am a human rights advocate.
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Explosion Was Recorded Where Argentine Submarine Went Missing (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The disclosure raised fears that the 44-member crew had been lost, but the navy said a search for the vessel would continue.
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Deal on Rohingya Repatriation Inches Forward, but Hurdles Remain (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
An announcement by Myanmar and Bangladesh brings a vague commitment to return migrants who fled death and destruction in a military crackdown.
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Justice Dept. Orders Review of Background Check System for Gun Buyers (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Jeff Sessions, the attorney general, said that the mass shooting in Texas this month showed that “relevant information may not be getting reported” to the database.
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Rwanda Offers to Host African Migrants Stranded in Libya (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The gesture could partly reverse the northward odyssey of African migrants seeking new lives in Europe.
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Retailers’ Recipe for the Holidays: Big Sales; Fewer Seasonal Workers (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Except for Amazon, most major retailers have scaled back plans for hiring temporary employees during the year’s biggest shopping season, and Walmart is adding almost none.
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Millennials’ Lust for Makeup Is the Lipstick on Retail’s Pig (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Young shoppers influenced by videos and social media are spending their money on eye shadow and lipstick, and brands like Ulta and Sephora are thriving.
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Last Nights of the Hotel (Soon to Be) Formerly Known as Trump SoHo (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
At the hotel, which has struggled financially and will soon excise the Trump name, some guests loved the brand, while others were there for the discounted rooms.
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A Radiation Cloud, and a Mystery, From Russia (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The release of a nuclear isotope traced to an area in the Ural Mountains was harmless, but Moscow’s reticence to release data has spurred fears of future cover-ups.
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Economic Scene: Patent ‘Trolls’ Recede as Threat to Innovation. Will Justices Change That? (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Created to keep invalid claims from hurting companies, consumers and the economy, a government panel faces an existential threat in a case before the Supreme Court.
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100 Notable Books of 2017 (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
The year’s notable fiction, poetry and nonfiction, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review.
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Thanks a Lot! New Reasons Not to Eat Cookie Dough (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
A new study confirms that uncooked flour can make people dangerously ill. Turns out E. coli bacteria can thrive in the dry, powdery host.
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Thanksgiving for Native Americans: Four Voices on a Complicated Holiday (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
A day of celebration and overeating is for some a time of mourning and a testament to the strength of a culture.
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Tech Fix: How to Buy a Great TV This Black Friday (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Black Friday tends to be when prices for great TVs drop to their lowest. But there are pitfalls, so we put together a playbook for how to snag the best TV for you.
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What Should I Watch in the Background on Thanksgiving Day? (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
With everyone hopping on and off the couch, it’s not the best time to start a particularly involved series.
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Travel Tips: 5 Rules for a Really Good Trip With the Kids (Tue, 21 Nov 2017)
Tips include: Let everyone pick an activity, figure out child care in advance, determine the accommodations that best suit your family.
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Critic’s Notebook: A Night at the Theater From Your Couch? No Apologies Needed. (Mon, 20 Nov 2017)
Streaming services have more stage offerings than ever — from great actors in early roles to recent Broadway musicals, captured live. Plus “Hamlet” in Lithuanian.
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A Helping of Science With Your Thanksgiving Dinner (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Biology. Chemistry. Physics. It’s all there on your plate. Take a moment to appreciate it before you dig in.
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Review: ‘Coco’ Brings the Pixar Touch to Death (Tue, 21 Nov 2017)
The movie delivers moments of cinematic rigor and playful pop-culture erudition. And though it deals with the afterlife, don’t let that scare you.
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Two Very Young Dancers, Living the ‘Nutcracker’ Dream (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Each year two lucky girls are cast to play Marie in New York City Ballet’s “Nutcracker.” This year’s Maries tell us what it’s like.
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This Exhibition Will Help You Make Sense of Your Senses (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
“Our Senses” takes visitors out of their comfort zone at the American Museum of Natural History.
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By the Book: Anthony Bourdain: By the Book (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
The author of “Kitchen Confidential” says one of the benchmarks of great food writing is to be very knowledgeable, but never a snob.
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Browsing: Because Sometimes You Don’t Want to Get Off the Couch (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Wintertime luxuries for the seasoned lounger.
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Matter: Young Again: How One Cell Turns Back Time (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
With every birth, cells begin anew. Scientists have found a biological mechanism underpinning the process in worms, which one day may be harnessed to restore our own damaged cells.
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A Thanksgiving for the Turkeys (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Step into the barnyard at the Celebration for the Turkeys. For three decades, Farm Sanctuary, a vegan animal rescue organization, has been hosting a turkey dinner where the birds are the guests of honor instead of the main course.
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Trilobites: Even Whales Have to Exfoliate (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
In summer, when they move into warmer waters, bowhead whales in the Canadian Arctic rub against underwater rocks to shed skin.
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Books of The Times: Not if the Seas Rise, but When and How High (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Jeff Goodell’s “The Water Will Come” reports on climate change and contemplates the future fates of coastal cities.
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Modern Love: Your 13-Word Love Stories (Fri, 10 Nov 2017)
We asked readers to share succinct summaries of their personal lives. Here are some of our favorites.
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A Photo of Billy the Kid Bought for $10 at a Flea Market May Be Worth Millions (Thu, 16 Nov 2017)
Experts say it’s a rare, valuable tintype of the famous outlaw, with Pat Garrett, the man who later killed him.
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Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Why Men Aren’t Funny (Thu, 16 Nov 2017)
The post-Louis C.K. reckoning is actually the best thing to happen to comedy in a long time.
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Rites of Passage: My Vagina Is Terrific. Your Opinion About It Is Not. (Mon, 20 Nov 2017)
I dared to discuss my anatomy. Men couldn’t handle it.
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NYT > Education

Six Myths About Choosing a College Major (Sat, 04 Nov 2017)
Not all philosophy majors wind up as baristas, and not all engineers get rich. Here’s what you need to know before making this big decision.
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10 Things to Know About Getting Into Your Dream College (Wed, 01 Nov 2017)
There’s no magic formula for getting into a selective college, but here are some lessons from a longtime observer to help you navigate the process.
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The Paradise Papers: Endowments Boom as Colleges Bury Earnings Overseas (Thu, 09 Nov 2017)
American universities are using offshore strategies to swell their coffers, skirt taxes and obscure investments that could spark campus protests.
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What Colleges Want in an Applicant (Everything) (Wed, 01 Nov 2017)
The admissions process is a maddening mishmash of competing objectives, and an attempt to measure the unmeasurable: you. No, it isn’t fair, and likely never will be.
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This Exhibition Will Help You Make Sense of Your Senses (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
“Our Senses” takes visitors out of their comfort zone at the American Museum of Natural History.
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Head of City University Will Step Down (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
James B. Milliken, the chancellor of the largest public university system in the country, said that he was stepping down at the end of the academic year.
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Most Everything You Learned About Thanksgiving Is Wrong (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Blame textbooks, children’s stories or animated specials, but the Thanksgiving story is more complex than most Americans are taught.
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Disrupting the World of Private School With Tech and Guinea Pigs (Tue, 21 Nov 2017)
Start-ups, including one from sharing-economy company WeWork, try to shake up the staid, and pricey, status quo of New York’s independent schools.
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Retro Report: Questioning Evolution: The Push to Change Science Class (Mon, 20 Nov 2017)
Legislation and lawsuits that reject scientific consensus on issues like evolution and climate change are changing the way science is taught in some schools.
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In High School Darkrooms, Shedding Light on a Vintage Craft (Mon, 20 Nov 2017)
Film photography has become a popular class offering in Manhattan high schools, as younger generations embrace vintage technology.
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He Took On the Voting Rights Act and Won. Now He’s Taking On Harvard. (Mon, 20 Nov 2017)
Edward Blum has orchestrated more than two dozen lawsuits challenging racial preference laws.
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More Than Half of Renewal High Schools Fall Short on Graduation Rates (Fri, 17 Nov 2017)
The percentage of students graduating at many of the city’s struggling schools have failed to hit targets set by the Education Department, according to preliminary data.
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On Campus: The House Just Voted to Bankrupt Graduate Students (Fri, 17 Nov 2017)
Our tax burden could increase by tens of thousands of dollars, based on money we don’t even make.
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NYT > World

Explosion Was Recorded Where Argentine Submarine Went Missing (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The disclosure raised fears that the 44-member crew had been lost, but the navy said a search for the vessel would continue.
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A Radiation Cloud, and a Mystery, From Russia (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The release of a nuclear isotope traced to an area in the Ural Mountains was harmless, but Moscow’s reticence to release data has spurred fears of future cover-ups.
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Militant Leader Hafiz Saeed Is Released by Pakistani Court (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
After months of house arrest, Mr. Saeed, who is accused in the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks and has a huge U.S. bounty on him, will be freer to move into politics.
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Papua New Guinea’s Police Storm Manus Island Refugee Camp (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The authorities confronted hundreds of asylum seekers, destroying their possessions and demanding they leave for alternate facilities.
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Emmerson Mnangagwa, Mugabe Ex-Deputy, Will Be Sworn In as Zimbabwe’s President (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Mr. Mnangagwa’s ascension to the post long held by Robert Mugabe will cap a military-led campaign that his allies have tried to coat with a veneer of legality.
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Mladic Conviction Closes Dark Chapter in Europe, but New Era of Uncertainty Looms (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Ratko Mladic received a life sentence for his role in one of the worst atrocities in 20th-century Europe. But nationalist passions are once again on the rise.
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U.S. Navy Scours Sea for 3 Missing After Plane Crash Near Japan (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The C2-A Greyhound propeller cargo plane went down Wednesday en route to the aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan, the fifth accident this year for the Seventh Fleet.
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Politics Shadow Arrests of Citgo Executives in Venezuela Graft Inquiry (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Critics of Venezuela’s government say the arrests of the six executives are a reflection of the country’s increasingly ruthless politics.
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Losing London: Where Brexit Hurts: The Nurses and Doctors Leaving London (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Britain’s treasured health care system was used as a rallying cry by anti-E.U. campaigners. Many of its European staff now feel betrayed. Thousands have quit.
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Rwanda Offers to Host African Migrants Stranded in Libya (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The gesture could partly reverse the northward odyssey of African migrants seeking new lives in Europe.
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Zadar Journal: Can a Wild Daisy Rejuvenate Croatia’s Farming Economy? (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Cosmetics manufacturers use an extract from a proliferating plant on the Adriatic coast in high-end creams. But so far local farmers have been unable to benefit financially.
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Deal on Rohingya Repatriation Inches Forward, but Hurdles Remain (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
An announcement by Myanmar and Bangladesh brings a vague commitment to return migrants who fled death and destruction in a military crackdown.
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China Busts a $3 Billion Underground Bank as It Tightens Its Grip on Money (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The police detained seven people thought to have helped thousands of Chinese circumvent government limits on how much money they can move from the country.
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Why It’s Hard to Get Strongmen to Step Down (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
What comes next for Robert Mugabe? The experiences of other authoritarian leaders might give him pause.
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Escape From North Korea: What the Video Shows (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Footage of a dramatic escape by a North Korean soldier into South Korea shows that a pursuing soldier from the North may have violated an international treaty.
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Russia, Turkey and Iran Propose Conference on Postwar Syria’s Future (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The conference, to be held in the Russian resort of Sochi, reflected Russia’s increased influence in shaping the outcome of the Syria war.
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Jerusalem Journal: Border Homes, in Jerusalem but Not, Face an Existential Deadline (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The quarter’s quirky status made it a boomtown, but a planned road threatens todrive people out of their homes.
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Thanksgiving, Net Neutrality, Ratko Mladic: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Letter 35: Outtakes From Manus Island (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
This week’s Australia newsletter includes additional photography and stories from Manus, and a dash of American Thanksgiving.
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At UEFA, Mounting Concern About A.C. Milan’s Murky Finances (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
UEFA will decide early next month whether A.C. Milan, a seven-time European champion, has the financial resources to re-enter its continental championships should it play its way back in.
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Yemen’s War Is a Tragedy. Is It Also a Crime? (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Experts say the parties waging war in Yemen may be carrying out crimes against humanity. But what does that actually mean?
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Rival Factions Battle for Control in Eastern Ukraine (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
With armored vehicles on streets, civilians fled a showdown between rival Moscow-backed political leaders in the breakaway Luhansk region.
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North Korea Accuses Trump of a ‘Serious Provocation’ (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
North Korea criticizes President Trump’s re-designation of it as a state sponsor of terrorism and vows to keep up its nuclear and missile programs.
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7 In-Depth Articles About Ratko Mladic (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
The Bosnian Serb former general, convicted of war crimes for the slaughter of Bosnian Muslims, has shaped the region’s image in war and in peace.
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U.K. Finance Minister Seeks to Placate Angry Young Voters (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
With Brexit looming large, more-affordable housing featured prominently as Philip Hammond presented his budget to Parliament.
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Saad Hariri Steps Back From Resignation in Lebanon (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The prime minister caused a shock when he appeared in Saudi Arabia and vowed to quit. He now says he will stay in his post to allow for political dialogue.
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Navy Aircraft With 11 Aboard Crashes Into Waters Off Japan (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Eight people were rescued and a search was underway for the other three, the Navy’s Seventh Fleet said. It was the fleet’s fifth accident this year.
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Dramatic Video of North Korea Defector’s Getaway Under Fire (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Footage of the actual escape by a North Korean soldier into South Korea, as seen from South Korean side.
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North Korean Troops Violated Truce While Chasing Defector, U.N. Command Says (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
The United Nations Command accused North Korean troops of violating the armistice by firing weapons and crossing the border to chase a defector.
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As Malaria Resists Treatment, Experts Warn of Global Crisis (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
A strain of malaria resistant to two drugs, including artemisinin, which was once seen as a miracle cure, is spreading, and experts fear that it could reach Africa.
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A Dictator’s Playbook: How Mugabe Clung to Power (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
After nearly four decades in power, Zimbabwe's ruler, Robert Mugabe, resigned in the wake of a military takeover. How did the notorious strongman manage to keep his opponents at bay for so long?
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Prosecutor and Judge Issue Rare Response to Criticism From Turkey (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
The criminal case of Reza Zarrab, a Turkish gold trader, has been called a plot against the Turkish Republic by its president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
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U.S. Agency Foresees Severe Famine in Yemen Under Saudi Blockade (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
The Famine Early Warning Systems Network added its voice to the alarms of imminent and widespread famine in Yemen because of the Saudi-led blockade.
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Net Neutrality, John Conyers, Zimbabwe: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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China’s Flashy Ex-Internet Censor Faces Corruption Investigation (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
The onetime gatekeeper of China’s internet, who purged China’s social media of its most beloved personalities, has been detained and is under investigation.
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Greece, Looking to Move Past Bailouts, Unveils Ambitious Budget (Tue, 21 Nov 2017)
The country is trying to wean itself off the international assistance that it has relied on in recent years, and is projecting strong economic growth for next year.
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After a Mysterious Odyssey, Lebanon’s Prime Minister Is Home (Tue, 21 Nov 2017)
Many questions remain, including whether he will make his resignation official or rescind it, and whether Saudi Arabia had pressed him to resign.
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U.S. Bribery Case Sheds Light on Mysterious Chinese Company (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
A Justice Department complaint alleges that a vast private Chinese conglomerate used commercial and diplomatic channels to bribe African officials and win contracts.
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Romania Gay Marriage Case Could Have Outsize Impact in Europe (Tue, 21 Nov 2017)
The case addresses whether the American husband of a Romanian man should be afforded residency rights in Romania. But its impact could be felt further afield.
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Victims of Canada’s ‘Gay Purge’ to Get Apology from Trudeau (Tue, 21 Nov 2017)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will apologize next week for a program that removed perhaps thousands of gays and lesbians from the public service, the military and the Mounties.
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Merkel’s Troubles May Spell Trouble for All of Europe (Tue, 21 Nov 2017)
The German leader’s failure to form a coalition government is a blow to hopes for a strong Franco-German engine to drive European Union reform.
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Six of Our Favorite Stories on Germany’s Politics (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
Some of our recent coverage of Germany and its leader, Angela Merkel, who is now facing an enormous challenge in forming a new government.
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10 of Our Best Reads on Zimbabwe (Tue, 21 Nov 2017)
The southern African nation is at a pivotal moment after the reported resignation of Robert Mugabe as president.
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Russia, in Reversal, Confirms Radiation Spike (Tue, 21 Nov 2017)
The state weather service in Moscow acknowledged “extremely high pollution” in a region close to a sprawling Soviet-era nuclear plant.
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Germany Arrests 6 Syrian Migrants Suspected of ISIS Links (Tue, 21 Nov 2017)
The detentions fanned fears that extremists posing as asylum seekers were targeting Europe.
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Assad and Putin Meet, as Russia Pushes to End Syrian War (Thu, 23 Nov 2017)
Russian officials have said they want the Syrian leader’s support for political reform, but doubts remain about how much Moscow was willing or able to push.
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Nigeria Mosque Targeted in Deadly Suicide Bombing (Tue, 21 Nov 2017)
The authorities blamed Boko Haram for the attack, which targeted worshipers at morning prayers. One official said at least 50 people had been killed.
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Robert Mugabe Resigns as Zimbabwe’s President, Ending 37-Year Rule (Wed, 22 Nov 2017)
It seemed to be an abrupt capitulation by Mr. Mugabe, who had refused only two days earlier to step down.
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