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British-Iranian Woman Jailed in Tehran Begins New Hunger Strike, Husband Says

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was convicted of sedition after her arrest in 2016. Richard Ratcliffe said he would fast outside the country’s embassy in London in support.
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Trump Renews Feud With London Mayor, Calling Him a ‘Disaster’

President Trump assailed Sadiq Khan, the mayor, after a spate of knife attacks in Britain’s capital. “He is a national disgrace,” the president wrote.
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Worshiping in Hard Hats: Notre-Dame Offers First Mass Since Blaze

A small group celebrated their faith and a fragile cathedral, which remains closed amid rebuilding.
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German Court Fines Two Gynecologists for Abortion Ad

The doctors used words like “anesthesia free” to describe the procedure on their website. A judge said that violated a Nazi-era law.
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Amanda Knox, Tearful and Angry, Speaks in Italy, Years After Murder Acquittal

At a conference on wrongful convictions, Ms. Knox said: “I know that many people think I am bad. That I don’t belong here. It shows how a false narrative can be powerful and undermine justice.”
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Flexibility First: Time To Reinvent Business Management

Worldcrunch.com / AMERICA ECONOMIA -OpEd- *GUAYAQUIL * — Many managers work hard, are creative and invite the people around them to strive for excellence. But often their objectives fail to..
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Chilean Bishop Resigns After Comments on Absence of Women at Last Supper

The church gave no reason for the resignation of Carlos Eugenio Irarrázabal. But it came after he said that perhaps women “like to be in the back room.”
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Slovakia’s First Female President, Zuzana Caputova, Takes Office in a Divided Country

An anticorruption lawyer, she rode a wave of public disgust to victory. But the ex-prime minister’s party remains dominant, and the far right is emboldened.
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Director of Berlin’s Jewish Museum Quits After Spat Over B.D.S.

Peter Schäfer stepped down after the museum became engaged in a dispute on Twitter about the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement against Israel.
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Moldova Had Two Governments. One Has Finally Resigned.

Diplomats from Russia and the West rarely agree. But on Friday their united efforts helped resolve a constitutional crisis in Moldova.
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Keith Botsford, Man of Letters and Saul Bellow Associate, Dies at 90

He was an uncontainable writer (novelist, essayist, biographer and more), started magazines with Bellow and died almost a year ago, to little public notice.
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U.K. Bans Advertisements Depicting Gender Stereotypes

No more commercials showing men struggling to do a load of laundry, or asking women if they are “beach body ready.”
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Swiss Women Strike Nationwide to Protest Inequalities

Thousands of women rallied across Switzerland on Friday, railing against the slow pace of correcting inequalities between the sexes.
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Refugee v. Migrant? What We're Missing In Immigration Debate

Worldcrunch.com / MADA MASR -Analysis- *CAIRO* — Last December at a summit in Marrakesh, Morocco, 164 countries adopted the Global Compact on Migration, a United Nations-led agreement that aims..
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Distrusting Both Iran and U.S., Europe Urges ‘Maximum Restraint’

Washington’s history of hyping intelligence is weighing on European governments, who are suspicious of President Trump’s hawkish Iran policies.
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Spain Blocks Jailed Catalan Leader From Joining European Parliament

The Supreme Court said that Oriol Junqueras would not be allowed to travel to Brussels until there was a verdict in his trial over Catalonia’s failed succession bid.
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Russia Sought to Use Social Media to Influence E.U. Vote, Report Finds

A misinformation campaign by groups linked to Russia tried to depress voter turnout in last month’s parliamentary elections, a European Commission review said.
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A Musical Prodigy? Sure, but Don’t Call Her ‘a New Mozart’

At 14, Alma Deutscher is preparing to play the solo parts at Carnegie Hall for the violin and piano concertos she composed herself, when she’s not writing her next opera or climbing a tree.
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Julian Assange’s U.S. Extradition Hearing Is Set for February

A British judge on Friday set a 2020 date for a hearing to determine if the WikiLeaks founder would be sent to the United States to face numerous charges.
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Parisian Visitors And Natives

Worldcrunch.com / WORLDCRUNCH "If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable..
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U.K. Police’s Plan to Tackle Domestic Abuse: Blunt Knives

A pilot proposal by the Nottinghamshire Police to replace sharp knives in victims’ kitchens with blunt-tipped instruments to prevent their partners from stabbing them to death was denounced as..
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5 Little Museums of Paris, for Little Travelers

Yes, there’s the Louvre. But Paris and its surrounding region also have some 200 other museums, many of which cater happily to young travelers and their families.
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Visiting A Surprisingly Quiet And Cheerful Side Of Caracas

Worldcrunch.com / EL ESPECTADOR *CARACAS* — Sure, a recent visit to the Venezuelan capital offered scenes of the country's division between supporters and opponents of President Nicolás Maduro...
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Your Friday Briefing

Oil Tankers, Hong Kong, Germany: Here’s what you need to know.
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Chernobyl, With Helping Hand From TV, Becomes an Unlikely Tourism Magnet

The rising popularity of visits to the nuclear site, attributed partly to the hit HBO show “Chernobyl,” has led to concerns about some guests’ behavior.
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Amanda Knox Returns to Italy for First Time Since Her Acquittal

Ms. Knox, an American who was exonerated in a 2007 murder, went back to the country where her legal drama unfolded to speak about wrongful convictions and how journalists cover cases like hers.
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These Animal Migrations Are Huge — and Invisible

Swarms of insects move across continents each year. Scientists used radar to track one species and discovered a vast ecological force.
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In the Bronze Age, Bagels Were Tiny

Archaeologists have identified remnants of small, round dough rings at an excavation site in Austria. But no cream cheese.
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Days Before Grenfell Anniversary, Giant Warnings on Fire Safety Appear in U.K.

A group projected stark messages onto high-rises in three British cities, citing similarities to the London building that burned in 2017.
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Memories Of Tiananmen And A Passing Yugoslav-Chinese Flirt

Worldcrunch.com / YONDER I was not at Tiananmen those weeks in the spring 1989, when thousands of students occupied the square, demanding more room in a modernizing China. Nor was I there in those..
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Boris Johnson Shows Strength in Conservative Leadership Contest

Mr. Johnson received 114 of the 313 votes in the first round of balloting to find a successor to Theresa May. His nearest challenger, Jeremy Hunt, had 43.
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Marine Le Pen Is Ordered to Stand Trial Over ISIS Tweets

The far-right leader was charged with disseminating violent images, a crime in France, after posting photographs of Islamic State killings in 2015.
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Shelling Breaks Syria Cease-Fire Negotiated by Russia and Turkey

The cease-fire briefly ended more than six weeks of fighting and bombing. But intermittent shelling erupted in Idlib Province, the last piece of rebel-held territory.
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Roberto Saviano On The Importance Of Airing Dirty Laundry

Worldcrunch.com / LA STAMPA Roberto Saviano has been under 24-hour police escort since 2006, when Gomorrah, his non-fiction book about the Neapolitan mafia, shined a spotlight on the Camorra crime..
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Italy’s Toying With a ‘Mini-BOT’ Worries E.U. and Investors

The populist government says issuing mini-treasury bills, similar to IOUs, would help Italy deal with its debt. Others see a scheme to leave the euro.
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Trial of Catalan Independence Leaders Ends in Spain

The Spanish Supreme Court on Wednesday closed the trial of 12 leaders of the Catalan independence movement accused of staging a rebellion during their botched 2017 secession attempt.
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Russian Police Arrest Hundreds at Protest, Including Navalny, After Reporter’s Release

Riot police dragged demonstrators from the crowd and arrested news photographers and reporters at a protest called to support the journalist Ivan Golunov, who had been detained and abruptly freed.
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Boris Johnson Emerges to Face Reporters’ Questions. Six of Them.

Criticized as hiding from scrutiny, the front-runner to be Conservative Party leader spoke at a campaign event, vaguely, about his Brexit plans and college cocaine use.
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German Youth: Running Low On Hope

Worldcrunch.com / DIE WELT -OpEd- *BERLIN* — Is belief in a better world the exception? Do we expect humans to destroy the world rather than make it better? The Allensbach Institute for Public..
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Volksbühne Theater in Berlin Names Artistic Director, Ending Leadership Crisis

René Pollesch, an acclaimed German playwright and director, will take over starting in 2021. His appointment ends a tumultuous few years for the institution.
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U.K. Will Cut Net Greenhouse Emissions to Zero, Theresa May Vows

The prime minister’s plan leaves many questions unanswered, but sets a new standard that she hopes other countries will adopt.
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Watch: OneShot — UNICEF Against Child Labor

Worldcrunch.com / ONESHOT First adopted in 1989, the United Nations' Convention on the Rights of the Child is "the most complete statement of children's rights ever produced." Since then, 196..
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Alt Energy In Argentina: Wind-Powered Homes Of Patagonia

Worldcrunch.com / CLARIN *EL CHALTÉN* — Using alternative energies to cut costs and protect the environment has been an objective pursued in various areas, with plans in many residential..
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London Fire Survivors Sue in Unlikely Place: Philadelphia Court

Hundreds of survivors and relatives of victims in the Grenfell Tower fire sued makers of the flammable cladding and insulation that fed the blaze, one of which has its headquarters in Pennsylvania.
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Yannick Bellon, French Director With Feminist Bent, Dies at 95

“I have treated several aspects of the feminine reality,” Ms. Bellon, whose films included a feature that graphically depicted a gang rape, once said.
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Profile 360° → Sara Gama, A Radical Reset For Italian Soccer

Worldcrunch.com / WORLDCRUNCH Black and female, straight-talking and proudly Italian: Sara Gama, the captain of Italy's women soccer team, has become a role model for what the bel paese could become..
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Oak Tree Given to Trump by French President Has Died, Official Says

President Emmanuel Macron said when the tree, a European sessile oak, was planted it was a reminder of the ties that bind the United States and France.
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In Stunning Reversal, Russia Drops Charges Against Reporter

Russia’s Interior Minister announced unexpectedly that the reporter arrested on drug charges would be freed and the police investigated instead.
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