Israeli Court Rebukes Prime Minister’s Son Over Harassing Protest Leaders

TEL AVIV — An Israeli court on Sunday ordered Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s older son to stop harassing three people helping to lead protests against his father’s administration after he…

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‘Clean Up This Mess’: The Chinese Thinkers Behind Xi’s Hard Line

HONG KONG — When Tian Feilong first arrived in Hong Kong as demands for free elections were on the rise, he said he felt sympathetic toward a society that seemed…

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Melbourne Tightens Lockdown as Virus Outbreak Spreads

new video loaded: Melbourne Tightens Lockdown as Virus Outbreak Spreads transcript Back transcript Melbourne Tightens Lockdown as Virus Outbreak Spreads Premier Daniel Andrews of Victoria, Australia, said that starting on…

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Mexico Seizes Crime Boss El Marro, Under Pressure to Cut Violence

MEXICO CITY — The Mexican federal authorities captured José Antonio Yépez, the criminal boss known as El Marro, on Sunday, landing a major blow against a cartel whose struggle for…

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Guyana Swears In New Leader, Resolving Struggle for Control of Oil Wealth

GEORGETOWN, Guyana — Guyana’s opposition party has won a bitterly contested general election, ending a prolonged political standoff that had crippled investment and heightened ethnic tensions in the small South…

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