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Trump loves nepotism. That can be bad for democracy.
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Mexico City has mostly been spared from grisly drug violence. Now that may be changing.
Washington Post • David Agren
What would happen if the United States totally disengaged from Afghanistan?
Washington Post • Max Bearak
The Latest: EU migrant relocation reached record in June
Washington Post • Associated Press
Critic of Cambodian leader defiant in defamation trial
Washington Post • Associated Press
EU Warns U.S. of Possible Reprisal Over Russia-Sanctions Law
Bloomberg • Jonathan Stearns
48 dead as heavy monsoon rains lash western India
Washington Post • Associated Press
Russia Warns of ‘Painful’ Response If Trump Backs U.S. Sanctions
Bloomberg • Stepan Kravchenko
2 Moroccan peacekeepers killed in Central African Republic
Washington Post • Associated Press
EU’s top court says lower court should not have removed Hamas from terror list, sends case back for reconsideration
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Trump loves nepotism. That can be bad for democracy.
Washington PostAmanda Erickson
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International Security, World Politics
Mexico City has mostly been spared from grisly drug violence. Now that may be changing.
Washington PostDavid Agren
Firefighters and police officers work at the scene of a shootout in which eight alleged drug traffickers, including cartel boss Felipe de Jesús Pérez Luna, were shot dead by Mexican marines in Mexico City on July 20. (Pedro Pardo/Agence France-Presse via Getty...
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International Security, World Politics
What would happen if the United States totally disengaged from Afghanistan?
Washington PostMax Bearak
The way the war is going, many Americans may be wondering why their government is still in the country at all.
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The Latest: EU migrant relocation reached record in June
Washington PostAssociated Press
The Latest on asylum-seekers and migrants in Europe (all times local):
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Critic of Cambodian leader defiant in defamation trial
Washington PostAssociated Press
A political analyst in Cambodia who faces up to two years in prison and a penalty of half a million dollars in a defamation case brought by Prime Minister Hun Sen has taken a defiant stance in court, demanding that the leader...
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International Security, Russia
EU Warns U.S. of Possible Reprisal Over Russia-Sanctions Law
BloombergJonathan Stearns
The European Union warned that it could retaliate against the U.S. “within a matter of days” should the country unilaterally strengthen sanctions against Russia, saying EU-based energy companies risk becoming collateral damage.
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48 dead as heavy monsoon rains lash western India
Washington PostAssociated Press
At least 48 people have been killed as large swaths of western India have been lashed by heavy monsoon rains and flooding over the last week, officials said Wednesday.
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International Security, Russia
Russia Warns of ‘Painful’ Response If Trump Backs U.S. Sanctions
BloombergStepan Kravchenko
U.S. measures leave no room for better relations, Ryabkov says Russia readying economic, political retaliation, senator says Russia threatened to retaliate against new sanctions passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, saying they made it all but impossible to achieve the Trump...
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International Security, World Politics
2 Moroccan peacekeepers killed in Central African Republic
Washington PostAssociated Press
The U.N. peacekeeping mission in Central African Republic says two Moroccan peacekeepers have been killed in a southeastern town where another Moroccan was killed on Sunday.
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EU’s top court says lower court should not have removed Hamas from terror list, sends case back for reconsideration
Washington PostAssociated Press
EU’s top court says lower court should not have removed Hamas from terror list, sends case back for reconsideration.
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