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Trump Ousts John Bolton as National Security Adviser 10 Sep 2019, 8:24pm Updated Trump Ousts John Bolton as National Security Adviser
President Trump had complained privately in recent months that Mr. Bolton was too hawkish, a tension made worse in recent weeks over Iran and North Korea.
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Why the Arab World Isn’t Outraged by Netanyahu’s West Bank Vow 10 Sep 2019, 8:12pm Updated Why the Arab World Isn’t Outraged by Netanyahu’s West Bank Vow
Strategic shifts in the Middle East have pushed the Palestinian cause down the priority list of many Arab leaders.
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Netanyahu, Facing Tough Israel Election, Pledges to Annex a Third of West Bank 10 Sep 2019, 8:11pm Netanyahu, Facing Tough Israel Election, Pledges to Annex a Third of West Bank
The move by Israel’s prime minister, who faces an election in a week, would reduce any future Palestinian state to an enclave encircled by Israel.
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10 Sep 2019, 7:58pm Updated Dogs Are Dying Suddenly in Norway
Hundreds of dogs have been sickened by a mysterious bowel illness that has killed over two dozen pets. Bacteria and wild mushrooms are among the possible culprits.
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She Wanted to Watch a Soccer Match in Iran. She Died Pursuing Her Dream. 10 Sep 2019, 7:55pm Updated She Wanted to Watch a Soccer Match in Iran. She Died Pursuing Her Dream.
Women are banned from attending sports events in Iran, but one woman sneaked into a stadium to see her favorite soccer team play.
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Netanyahu, Facing Tough Israel Election, Pledges to Annex Much of West Bank 10 Sep 2019, 6:56pm Updated Netanyahu, Facing Tough Israel Election, Pledges to Annex Much of West Bank
The move by Israel’s prime minister, who faces an election in a week, would reduce any future Palestinian state to an enclave encircled by Israel.
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Italy’s New Government Survives Key Test, Keeping Far Right at Bay 10 Sep 2019, 6:07pm Italy’s New Government Survives Key Test, Keeping Far Right at Bay
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte won a confidence vote in the Senate for his coalition of the Five Star Movement and the Democratic Party, his second such success in two days.
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5 Policy Disagreements Between Trump and Bolton 10 Sep 2019, 5:20pm 5 Policy Disagreements Between Trump and Bolton
John R. Bolton, a national security hawk, and President Trump disagreed on how to approach a number of international issues.
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How Canadians Raised Millions to Save 2,000 Pristine Acres 10 Sep 2019, 4:12pm Updated How Canadians Raised Millions to Save 2,000 Pristine Acres
Thousands of people came up with $2.3 million to buy the land in British Columbia and protect it from loggers.
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Among Arabs, a Muted Response to Netanyahu’s West Bank Vow 10 Sep 2019, 3:46pm Updated Among Arabs, a Muted Response to Netanyahu’s West Bank Vow
Strategic shifts in the Middle East have pushed the Palestinian cause down the priority list of many Arab leaders.
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Lasker Awards Honor Advances in Modern Immunology 10 Sep 2019, 3:43pm Updated Lasker Awards Honor Advances in Modern Immunology
The prizes recognized the discoverers of B and T lymphocytes, pioneers in genetic engineering to fight breast cancer, and a nonprofit that helps get vaccines to the world’s poorest children.
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She Wanted to Watch a Soccer Match in Iran. She Paid With Her Life. 10 Sep 2019, 2:41pm Updated She Wanted to Watch a Soccer Match in Iran. She Paid With Her Life.
Women are banned from attending sports events in Iran, but Sahar Khodayari, 29, sneaked into a stadium to see her favorite soccer team play. She was sentenced to prison, and died after setting herself on fire in front of a courthouse.
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Italy’s Government Passes Another Test, Keeping Far Right at Bay 10 Sep 2019, 2:35pm Italy’s Government Passes Another Test, Keeping Far Right at Bay
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte won a confidence vote in the Senate for his coalition of the Five Star Movement and the Democratic Party, his second such success in two days.
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Turkey’s Radical Plan: Send a Million Refugees Back to Syria 10 Sep 2019, 1:56pm Turkey’s Radical Plan: Send a Million Refugees Back to Syria
Facing economic troubles in Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is pushing a plan to resettle refugees in a United States-controlled swath of Syria.
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How Trump’s Plan to Secretly Meet With the Taliban Came Together, and Fell Apart 10 Sep 2019, 1:53pm Updated How Trump’s Plan to Secretly Meet With the Taliban Came Together, and Fell Apart
What would have been one of the biggest headline-grabbing moments of President Trump’s tenure was put together on the spur of the moment and then canceled on the spur of the moment.
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Margrethe Vestager Gains Expanded E.U. Role Regulating Digital Economy 10 Sep 2019, 1:42pm Updated Margrethe Vestager Gains Expanded E.U. Role Regulating Digital Economy
Ursula von der Leyen, the new leader of the European Union’s executive arm, is calling for growing oversight of digital commerce and an expanded role in military matters.
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Netanyahu Pledges to Annex Much of West Bank 10 Sep 2019, 1:14pm Updated Netanyahu Pledges to Annex Much of West Bank
The move by Israel’s prime minister, who faces an election in a week, would reduce any future Palestinian state to an enclave encircled by Israel.
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Afghans Glad Trump Stopped Taliban Talks, Even if They Doubt His Explanation 10 Sep 2019, 12:39pm Updated Afghans Glad Trump Stopped Taliban Talks, Even if They Doubt His Explanation
What jarred many Afghans was how a single attack and the death of one American, cited by Mr. Trump, could have upended 10 months of negotiations.
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My Best Friend Died by Suicide. I Wish I Had Seen the Warning Signs. 10 Sep 2019, 12:19pm Updated My Best Friend Died by Suicide. I Wish I Had Seen the Warning Signs.
Neil was the toughest guy I knew in the Air Force. But no one taught us how to cope with PTSD.
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Netanyahu Accuses Rivals of Plotting to ‘Steal’ Israeli Election 10 Sep 2019, 12:06pm Updated Netanyahu Accuses Rivals of Plotting to ‘Steal’ Israeli Election
Amid claims of vote rigging and a row over cameras in polling stations, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel targets its Arab voters again.
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Stampede at Iraqi Shrine Kills at Least 31 10 Sep 2019, 11:16am Stampede at Iraqi Shrine Kills at Least 31
Pilgrims observing one of the most sacred events for Shiite Muslims panicked after walkway collapsed in the holy city of Karbala, officials said.
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‘Psychic’ Who Promised to Lift Curse Gets Prison Time 10 Sep 2019, 10:56am ‘Psychic’ Who Promised to Lift Curse Gets Prison Time
The woman was ordered to pay $1.6 million in restitution and serve 40 months in prison after defrauding a Houston medical student, prosecutors said.
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Turkey, Long a Haven for Syrian Refugees, Is Sending Them Home 10 Sep 2019, 10:12am Updated Turkey, Long a Haven for Syrian Refugees, Is Sending Them Home
Facing economic troubles in Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is pushing a plan to resettle refugees in a United States-controlled swath of Syria.
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Britain, Juul, National Rifle Association: Your Tuesday Briefing 10 Sep 2019, 9:17am Updated Britain, Juul, National Rifle Association: Your Tuesday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know.
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It’s Horses vs. Motors in Senegal. The Steeds Still Win on Many Roads. 10 Sep 2019, 8:58am It’s Horses vs. Motors in Senegal. The Steeds Still Win on Many Roads.
Horse-drawn carts are a staple means of transportation in Dakar, the booming capital of Senegal. But this traditional means of getting around is under increasing threat from motorized rickshaws.
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For Transgender Indians Hoping to Join Police Force, a Dream Is Denied 10 Sep 2019, 8:49am Updated For Transgender Indians Hoping to Join Police Force, a Dream Is Denied
A group of recruits thought that by becoming officers they could avoid lives of begging and prostitution. But government delays have brought only turmoil.
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10 Sep 2019, 8:41am Updated She’s a Hong Kong Protester. Her Husband Is a Cop. It’s Complicated.
The Hong Kong protests have driven a wedge into the homes of some families of police officers and into the ranks of the force, where some feel their loyalties torn.
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How Canadians Raised $2.3 Million to Save 2,000 Pristine Acres 10 Sep 2019, 6:53am Updated How Canadians Raised $2.3 Million to Save 2,000 Pristine Acres
Thousands of people came up with the money to buy the land in British Columbia and protect it from loggers.
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10 Sep 2019, 6:03am Updated Brexit, Russia, Italy: Your Tuesday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know.
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10 Sep 2019, 6:01am Updated Parliament, Big Tech, Tina Turner: Your Tuesday Briefing
British Airways screeches to a halt.
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U.K. Parliament Closes, but Lawmakers Don’t Go Quietly 10 Sep 2019, 5:26am Updated U.K. Parliament Closes, but Lawmakers Don’t Go Quietly
In the early hours of Tuesday morning, the country’s elected body was shut down in a ceremony that featured a rod, a mace and a few lines of Norman French.
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U.S. Soldier Whose Death in Afghanistan Upended Peace Talks ‘Loved His Country’ 10 Sep 2019, 4:45am Updated U.S. Soldier Whose Death in Afghanistan Upended Peace Talks ‘Loved His Country’
President Trump said he called off negotiations with the Taliban after they claimed responsibility for the death of Sgt. First Class Elis A. Barreto Ortiz.
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Britain’s Parliament Is Suspended in Raucous Scenes Reflecting Brexit Tumult 10 Sep 2019, 4:38am Britain’s Parliament Is Suspended in Raucous Scenes Reflecting Brexit Tumult
In the early hours of Tuesday morning, the country’s elected body was closed down in a ceremony that featured a rod, a mace and a few lines of Norman French.
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In Australia, Golf Homes With an Ocean View Are in Demand 10 Sep 2019, 2:53am In Australia, Golf Homes With an Ocean View Are in Demand
Golf communities near the water have held their appeal, even for families that aren’t golf enthusiasts.
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Golf Homes: What $1 Million Will Buy 10 Sep 2019, 2:20am Golf Homes: What $1 Million Will Buy
Do you prefer your golf home to be in the desert or the jungle? Or perhaps South Africa’s wine lands?
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A Chat With a Builder of Golf Courses 10 Sep 2019, 2:01am A Chat With a Builder of Golf Courses
Jim Fazio has worked on courses all over the world. But the most fun he ever had, he said, was building the Trump International Golf Club.
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What You Need to Know About Vaping-Related Lung Illness 10 Sep 2019, 1:22am Updated What You Need to Know About Vaping-Related Lung Illness
Coughing, fatigue and shortness of breath are warning signs for anyone who has vaped within the last 90 days.
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All 4 Crew Members Trapped on Overturned Cargo Ship Are Rescued 10 Sep 2019, 1:22am Updated All 4 Crew Members Trapped on Overturned Cargo Ship Are Rescued
The Golden Ray, a 656-foot vehicle carrier, overturned early Sunday. The Coast Guard was engaged in several hours of intense rescue efforts on Monday.
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Pilots’ Strike Prompts British Airways to Cancel 1,700 Flights 10 Sep 2019, 12:48am Updated Pilots’ Strike Prompts British Airways to Cancel 1,700 Flights
The travel plans of about 195,000 passengers were upended after the airline canceled all flights scheduled for Monday and Tuesday as a pay dispute drags on.
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