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Evgeniy Vasilkov and five other journalists were arrested July 31 covering opposition rallies

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Opponents say a third term violates the constitution

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A dozen Haitian migrants to be tried for their role in attack on Panama border police

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The council of elders will determine what happens with 400 Taliban prisoners

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Almost two dozen schools and several mosques were also destroyed

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Macron: No ‘blank checks’ for Lebanon without government reforms

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Beirut begins painful recovery from devastating blast in less than ideal circumstances

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Administration calls apps ‘significant threats’

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China is expected to retaliate

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Current schedule has 3 90-minute debates starting in late September

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Executive order says US must protect its citizens, infrastructure, cut dependence on foreign manufacturers; trade group spokesman raises objections

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Senegal president tweets condolences and says the fire, which local officials label as suspicious, ‘is a very serious matter that we are following closely’

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A 37-year-old teacher with no political experience has become an unlikely challenger to Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko – widely known in the West as ‘Europe’s last dictator’. As Henry Ridgwell reports, huge crowds have turned out to support the opposition presidential candidate in recent weeks – but it’s unclear if the show of ‘people power’ will be reflected in the election on Sunday.

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US could seek vote early next week on its draft UN resolution indefinitely extending the conventional weapons ban and other sanctions

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Government meteorologists say they could run out of names for storms

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Attorney General Letitia James says NRA leaders used members’ contributions and donations as ‘their own piggy bank’ and misspent $64 million over three years

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An American company has reportedly reached a deal with Kurdish forces in northeast Syria to develop and export crude oil

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Cybercrime law amendments and Sudanese army’s plans to take legal action against journalists are troubling signs for press freedom, reporters and rights group say

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Trump and McConnell both badly want an agreement, but Democrats control the House and may actually provide the lion's share of votes in the Senate

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International aid pours in after massive explosion at Beirut port

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Former King Juan Carlos left Spain this week under a storm of scandal, sparking a surge in republican sentiment

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First plane filled with food, water, medical supplies arrives Thursday

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Administration’s shuttering of Houston consulate follows years of frustrated government efforts to thwart Beijing’s IP theft

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RFE/RL has called for an investigation and for Bulgarian authorities to condemn the incident.

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