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American Accused of Being ISIS Fighter in Syria Faces Prosecution in U.S.

American Accused of Being ISIS Fighter in Syria Faces Prosecution in U.S.

Members of the Syrian Democratic Forces in May. The militia captured an American citizen said to have been fighting for the Islamic State.

Netanyahu, Linked to $300,000 in Bribes, Says He Won’t Quit

Netanyahu, Linked to $300,000 in Bribes, Says He Won’t Quit

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel used an appearance at a conference of local government officials in Tel Aviv on Wednesday to mount a detailed defense against corruption allegations.

Violence Surges as Yellow Vests Attack French Government Ministry

Violence Surges as Yellow Vests Attack French Government Ministry

A protester in Paris on Saturday threw an object amid a cloud of tear gas.

Paris Bees at Work From Notre-Dame to the Luxembourg Gardens

Paris Bees at Work From Notre-Dame to the Luxembourg Gardens

Audric de Campeau on the roof of the Monnaie de Paris, which mints euro coins. He also has hives at the Musée D’Orsay and other major Parisian buildings.

Japan Worries It’ll Be Forgotten as Its Allies Talk to North Korea

Japan Worries It’ll Be Forgotten as Its Allies Talk to North Korea

President Trump and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan in Florida last week. Analysts in Japan doubt the country’s security will be a priority for Mr. Trump when he meets with Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader.

The College Student Who Has France’s Secularists Fulminating

The College Student Who Has France’s Secularists Fulminating

Maryam Pougetoux discussing a student protest with colleagues in Paris. When she was was interviewed on French television, her head scarf became the issue, not her views on education.

Belgium May Have New Appeal for Millennials: Join the Army and Sleep at Home

Belgium May Have New Appeal for Millennials: Join the Army and Sleep at Home

A soldier on patrol in Brussels last year. A spokesman for Belgium’s armed forces said that some potential recruits deemed such patrols — part of a counterterrorism operation called Vigilant Guardian — not adventurous enough.

A Defiant Interview in a Jail Cell, Soon to Turn Into a Murder Scene

A Defiant Interview in a Jail Cell, Soon to Turn Into a Murder Scene

The Brazilian drug kingpin Marcelo Pinheiro Veiga attending a hearing in November at a police station in Asunción, Paraguay.

Turkey’s Worst Day Yet in Syria Offensive: At Least 7 Soldiers Killed

Turkey’s Worst Day Yet in Syria Offensive: At Least 7 Soldiers Killed

Turkish forces aiming fire toward Afrin, Syria, on Friday.

14 Million Visitors to U.S. Face Social Media Screening

14 Million Visitors to U.S. Face Social Media Screening

The Trump administration said Friday that it planned to require nearly all applicants for a visa to enter the United States to submit their social-media user names for the past five years.

‘The Hapsburg Group’: Mueller Says Manafort Secretly Paid European Leaders

‘The Hapsburg Group’: Mueller Says Manafort Secretly Paid European Leaders

Paul Manafort leaving Federal District Court in Washington last year.

A New Coalition With Merkel? Not So Fast

A New Coalition With Merkel? Not So Fast

Chancellor Angela Merkel last week in Berlin with the leader of the Bavarian Christian Social Union, Horst Seehofer, left, and the Social Democratic leader Martin Schulz, announcing that they had reached a draft coalition agreement.

In Denmark, Harsh New Laws for Immigrant ‘Ghettos’

In Denmark, Harsh New Laws for Immigrant ‘Ghettos’

An intersection near Mjolnerparken, a housing project in Copenhagen that is classified as a ghetto by the Danish government.

Maldives Crisis Could Stir Trouble Between China and India

Maldives Crisis Could Stir Trouble Between China and India

Police officers this month detained an opposition protester demanding the release of political prisoners.

‘Man With the Golden Arm’ Saved Millions of Australian Babies With His Blood

‘Man With the Golden Arm’ Saved Millions of Australian Babies With His Blood

James Harrison, 81, making his last blood donation on Friday in Sydney, Australia. His blood contains a rare antibody used in a medication that officials say has helped save the lives of more than two million babies.


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