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A year after Saudi Arabia lifted its ban on female drivers, thousands of women are on the road. But women's rights activists who fought for that very right are behind bars.
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Critics say Hong Kong's police are becoming a symbol of how the territory's authorities are accountable not to the public, but to Beijing
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Mexico promised to curb migration to avoid President Trump’s threat of tariffs. Their plan, put in place this week, has strengthened the border with Guatemala and already reduced the flow of migrants trying to head north.
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The head of a Google sibling on reaction to remaking part of Toronto: "I probably found it a little bit surprising before we announced our plan that people were kind of going to presume that we were going to act somehow in bad faith"
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“Before there were even entire families crossing,” said one raftsman on the Suchiate River in Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico. “Now, no.”
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Land grab by a tech giant or leap forward for Toronto? Development plan by a Google sibling will be unveiled this afternoon.
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A court in Vietnam sentenced an American to 12 years in prison after finding him guilty of trying to overthrow the state, his lawyer said
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His party's loss in the Istanbul mayoral vote was a stinging one for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey. Istanbul is his hometown, and his party had dominated the city for 25 years.
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In plans by a Google sibling for a city of tomorrow in Toronto, the company will know when every toilet flushes. Critics question if its privacy protections will be any better than those in the online world.
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President Trump’s erratic decision-making this week “adds to the confusion of his allies and adversaries,” said one former Western diplomat. But it is also part of “a continuing picture of American uncertainty about the use of power."
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The general suspected of being behind a coup attempt in the Ethiopian state of Amhara has been captured and killed, state media reported
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Over the years, Turkey’s leader has borrowed aggressively to deliver on promises of economic growth. The bill has come due, writes .
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A spokeswoman for the British group Abortion Rights described the case in a phone call on Sunday as “really sad and complex”
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Mahmoud Abbas would not say whether he had read the Trump administration's economic plan, but called a political solution to the conflict with Israel more important than money
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“Earthquake at the ballot box,” ran the front-page headline of Karar newspaper, capturing the ramifications for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his party after their loss in the Istanbul mayoral election repeat
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North Korea says its leader, Kim Jong-un, got an “excellent” letter from President Trump and appreciates the American leader’s “extraordinary courage”
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A military crackdown in Sudan has left more than 100 pro-democracy protesters dead, just weeks after the military offered support in overthrowing the country’s dictator. spoke to The Daily from Sudan’s capital, Khartoum.
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At least 5 people were killed when part of a train heading for Bangladesh’s capital careened off a railway bridge. The Railway Ministry said on Monday that it had started two separate inquiries to pinpoint the exact cause of the accident.
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In the Czech Republic, a sea of people took to the streets demanding that Prime Minister Andrej Babis resign. It was the largest protest in the country since it won its independence from the Soviet Union in 1989.
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If they saw President Trump’s aborted attack on Iran as a point of no return for his reputation or for America’s global standing, the country’s main European allies have done their best to hide it
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