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Search for Missing Teenager in Vatican Cemetery Unearths Thousands of Bones 20 Jul 3:25pm Search for Missing Teenager in Vatican Cemetery Unearths Thousands of Bones
Whether any belonged to the girl, Emanuela Orlandi, who disappeared at age 15 in 1983, was not possible to say immediately.
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U.K. Warns Iran of ‘Serious Consequences’ for Seizing Oil Tanker 20 Jul 1:20pm Updated U.K. Warns Iran of ‘Serious Consequences’ for Seizing Oil Tanker
The British defense secretary called the seizure “a hostile act,” and the government warned ships to avoid the Strait of Hormuz.
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‘The Antithesis of Bolsonaro’: A Gay Couple Roils Brazil’s Far Right 20 Jul 12:53pm Updated ‘The Antithesis of Bolsonaro’: A Gay Couple Roils Brazil’s Far Right
The American journalist Glenn Greenwald and his husband, Brazilian Congressman David Miranda, have rattled Bolsonaro’s Brazil — earning praise and scorn.
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‘What You Gonna Do Phone the Police?’ London Police Twitter Is Hacked 20 Jul 12:43pm Updated ‘What You Gonna Do Phone the Police?’ London Police Twitter Is Hacked
For about 40 minutes on Friday, the account spewed a series of curious messages, including some that used profanity to denigrate police officers.
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Over Local Objections, China Muscles Into Belarus 20 Jul 11:22am Updated Over Local Objections, China Muscles Into Belarus
A Chinese battery plant has raised local ire, but Belarus, like Russia, needs the economic lifeline and cannot expect much help from Europe.
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U.K. Voters’ Frustration High as 99% Are Sidelined in Prime Minister Election 20 Jul 10:13am Updated U.K. Voters’ Frustration High as 99% Are Sidelined in Prime Minister Election
With less than 1 percent of registered voters making a consequential decision at a critical time, many are questioning the foundations of their democracy.
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Suspect in Kyoto Fire Had Criminal Record and Trouble With Neighbors 20 Jul 9:54am Updated Suspect in Kyoto Fire Had Criminal Record and Trouble With Neighbors
With the police and the public searching for explanations of a devastating crime, experts said they feared people with mental illness would be vilified.
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A Onetime Star of Soviet TV Warns of the ‘Plague’ of Nationalism 20 Jul 7:19am Updated A Onetime Star of Soviet TV Warns of the ‘Plague’ of Nationalism
Once a hero to Russian nationalists, Aleksandr G. Nevzorov has found a new cause and a growing audience in denouncing imperial fantasies.
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U.K. Warns Tankers to Stay Out of Strait of Hormuz After Iran Seizes Ship 20 Jul 6:49am Updated U.K. Warns Tankers to Stay Out of Strait of Hormuz After Iran Seizes Ship
The British government said on Saturday after an emergency meeting that “there will be serious consequences if the situation is not resolved.”
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Workers in Spain’s Strawberry Fields Speak Out on Abuse 20 Jul 5:14am Updated Workers in Spain’s Strawberry Fields Speak Out on Abuse
Ten Moroccan women who worked as pickers have filed suits complaining of sexual harassment and assault, rape, human trafficking and labor violations.
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Iran’s Seizure of British Vessel Further Roils Gulf Region 20 Jul 5:09am Updated Iran’s Seizure of British Vessel Further Roils Gulf Region
The seizure came a day after the United States said it had shot down an Iranian drone, reviving fears of a military clash in the Persian Gulf.
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Gas Plant Explosion in Central China Kills at Least 10 20 Jul 4:08am Gas Plant Explosion in Central China Kills at Least 10
State media accounts gave no explanation for the blast, which occurred at a factory in Henan Province.
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In Spain’s Strawberry Fields, a Harvest of Abuse 20 Jul 3:53am In Spain’s Strawberry Fields, a Harvest of Abuse
Ten Moroccan women who worked as pickers have filed suits complaining of sexual harassment and assault, rape, human trafficking and labor violations.
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‘It Was a Massacre’: 10 Are Killed in Caste-Driven Land Dispute in India 20 Jul 1:35am Updated ‘It Was a Massacre’: 10 Are Killed in Caste-Driven Land Dispute in India
One of the deadliest land disputes in India in years, the violence reflects the pressure on land in the country, and harsh caste dynamics.
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