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China officially opened the world's longest sea bridge on Tuesday. At least 10 workers were killed during the nine years of construction.
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"A girl comes out of nowhere saying, 'He's looting, he's looting.'" In a few chaotic minutes after Hurricane Michael, a man was shot dead.
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Erdogan: "Why has the body of someone, the killing of whom has been officially admitted, not been found?"
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Morning Briefing: Here's what you need to know to start your day
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Breaking News: After weeks of carefully orchestrated leaks, Recep Tayyip Erdogan laid out what he said was a Saudi plot to kill the journalist Jamal Khashoggi
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At least 12 women attempted the journey. Each was met with an angry mob. All were forced to turn back. Now officials are scrambling to figure out what to do.
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An explosive device was found in a mailbox at the Westchester County home of George Soros, the billionaire philanthropist who is a favorite target of right-wing groups, the authorities said
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As Crown Prince Mohammed faces accusations of complicity in the killing of a Saudi journalist, his allies worry that damage to him could upend their own plans
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She’s an American who spoke out against China’s repression of Uighur Muslims. Then her relatives in China disappeared.
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Why is this Kremlin-connected fertilizer company pushing for tighter industry regulations? The debate in Europe has become about much more than food safety.
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In Opinion Yi-Zheng Lian, a former chief editor of the Hong Kong Economic Journal, writes, "For China today, having face means being shameless. And the rest of the world may just have to get used to that."
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President Erdogan of Turkey has promised that on Tuesday he will reveal for the first time the truth “in full nakedness,” in the face of what his aides have called a Saudi cover-up
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"My gray hair is a gift from Mother Nature, who unknowingly thought a long life should be celebrated with a silver crown. Once I quit the bottle, I didn’t look back."
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UEFA members are opposed to how the new tournaments would alter the world soccer schedule and devalue its Champions League competition
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An Afghan commando opened fire on members of the American-led NATO coalition in western Afghanistan, killing 1 and wounding 2
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The bridge along with a high-speed rail connection opened earlier this year is both an impressive engineering feat and a source of controversy
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China officially opened the world’s longest sea bridge. The structure required more than 400,000 tons of steel.
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Analysis: A new Cold War between the United States and Russia has begun to emerge — with China playing a key role
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Taiwanese officials said that the train’s conductor was considered a possible criminal suspect in a derailment that killed 18 people
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