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New York Times
'We Are Tired of Crying for the Dead': A Stunned Genoa Mourns
New York Times
GENOA, Italy — All day Wednesday outside the austere building that houses Genoa's morgue, parents, children, friends and colleagues of possible victims of a collapsed bridge entered, dreading what they might find. William Ben Lou Lou, 42, owner of a ...
Italy bridge collapse: The financial facts behind the furyReuters
3 kids heading on summer vacations among Italy bridge deadFox News
Italy hunts for blame in bridge collapse that killed 39Minneapolis Star Tribune
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Washington Post
As a trade war heats up between Erdogan and Trump, soaring prices rattle Turkey
Washington Post
ISTANBUL — The bite from Turkey's troubled economy is sharpest at society's edges, where Ahmed Khlef — a Syrian, a refugee and a day laborer — had watched inflation eat away at the $150 he put away every month to send to relatives back home. But ...
US Says Turkey Tariffs to Stay as Qatar Comes to Erdogan's AidBloomberg
The Latest: White House Says Turkey Treated Pastor 'Badly'U.S. News & World Report
Turkey braces for hard times amid currency crisis, US spatYahoo News
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Washington Post
Why the Korean War didn't end — and why it could now
Washington Post
It's been just over two months since President Trump met North Korea's Kim Jong Un in Singapore, and there has been little visible progress so far in persuading North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons. On Wednesday, North Korean state media seemed ...
Women accused of killing Kim Jong Nam could be freedCNN
South Korea's Leader Proposes Broad Economic Cooperation With the NorthNew York Times
Malaysian court to rule on women accused of killing brother of North Korean leaderReuters
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New Zealand Bans Home Sales To Most Foreigners: 'It's Not A Right, It's A Privilege'
Determined to combat New Zealand's lofty housing prices, the country's lawmakers have trained their aim at a distant target: the buyers beyond their borders. By a close vote Wednesday, the Parliament passed a law banning most nonresident foreigners ...
New Zealand bans sales of homes to foreignersBBC News
New Zealand bans most foreigners from buying homesWashington Times
New Zealand bans foreigners from buying homesFinancial Times
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New York Times
Israeli Military Clears Itself of Wrongdoing in 2014 Gaza War's 'Black Friday'
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Known as “Black Friday,” Israel's assault on Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on Aug. 1, 2014, was one of the deadliest and most scrutinized episodes in the 50-day war that summer. On Wednesday, the Israeli military cleared itself of ...
I've been visiting Israel since 1998. The path to peace is shrinking.Washington Post
Israel: No criminal action in deadly Gaza 2014 war incidentFox News
Truce goes into effect on Israel-Gaza border, and goods flow into Palestinian enclave againLos Angeles Times
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BBC News
Mystery Russian satellite's behaviour raises alarm in US
BBC News
A mysterious Russian satellite displaying "very abnormal behaviour" has raised alarm in the US, according to a State Department official. "We don't know for certain what it is and there is no way to verify it," said assistant secretary Yleem Poblete at ...
Space Weapon? US Calls Out Russian Satellite's 'Very Abnormal Behavior'Space.com
Is Russia's Mysterious New Satellite a Space Weapon?Popular Mechanics
Russia accused of testing a 'killer satellite' in orbitNEWS.com.au
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Thousands March in Brasilia as Lula Files Election Paperwork
Tens of thousands of supporters of Brazil's jailed ex-president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva marched in Brasilia on Wednesday as the Workers' Party formally registered his application to run for the presidency in October's elections. Party president ...
In defiant act, Brazil party registers Lula for presidentMinneapolis Star Tribune
Brazil election: What to expect from October's presidential pollAljazeera.com
Meet Fernando Haddad, Lula's presidential understudyThe Brazilian Report (blog)
The Rio Times
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BBC News
Sudan boat accident: 24 schoolchildren die near River Nile
BBC News
At least 24 children on their way to school and a health worker have drowned when their boat sank in northern Sudan. More than 40 children were on the boat, whose engine failed in a strong current as it crossed a 2.5km (1.6m) flooded area near the ...

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New York Times
After Taliban Siege of Ghazni, Afghans Tell of Fear and Deprivation
New York Times
Injured men being treated at a hospital in Ghazni on Sunday. At least 165 Afghan police officers and soldiers and 40 civilians were killed in the siege.CreditMohammad Anwar Danishyar/Associated Press. By Fatima Faizi and Mujib Mashal. Aug. 15, 2018.
Bombing In Kabul Targets Educational Center, Kills Dozens Of Young PeopleNPR
Suicide bomber targets Shiite students in Kabul, killing 48Chicago Tribune
The Afghan military airlifted ISIS captives out rather than re-supply a besieged base — and the Taliban overran itBusiness Insider
AirForceTimes.com -The Daily Caller -NPR
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Iran Supreme Leader admits mistake over nuclear talks
(Reuters) - Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has admitted he made a mistake in allowing the country's foreign minister to speak to his U.S. counterpart during negotiations that led to a 2015 international nuclear agreement. Iran's Supreme ...
Iran Is Throwing a Tantrum but Wants a DealForeign Policy
Nuclear Talks Were a 'Loss' and a 'Mistake' for Iran, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei SaysNewsweek
Iran VP says US trying to force 'surrender' with tariffs: reportThe Hill
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