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Police officers on Sunday blocked Urumqi Road in Shanghai.Credit...Hector Retamal/Agence France-Presse — Getty ImagesProtesters lash out at China ...

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Another Patron Who Subdued Assailant at Club Q Acted to Save ‘the Family I Found’

Thomas James was trained in the military on how to act in a crisis. And he responded immediately when an…

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Mexico’s President Leads Supporters in March Through Capital

MEXICO CITY — Two weeks after tens of thousands of Mexicans protested against proposed electoral changes they say would undermine…

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Gunmen Storm Mogadishu Hotel, Trapping Government Officials

MOGADISHU, Somalia — Gunmen wearing suicide vests and believed to be members of a militant group attacked a hotel popular…

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Landslide Kills at Least 14 at Funeral in Cameroon

YAOUNDÉ, Cameroon — A landslide in Cameroon’s capital, Yaoundé, killed at least 14 people attending a funeral on Sunday, the…

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Your Monday Briefing: Covid Protests Intensify in China

Police and residents met in Shanghai last night, as a second night of protest began.Credit...Qilai Shen for The New York…

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Riots breaks out in Brussels after Belgium’s loss to Morocco.

Riots erupted in the heart of Brussels and several other Belgian cities on Sunday after Belgium was upset by Morocco,…

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As Winter Looms, Snowfall and Mud Present New Hardships for Ukraine

Increasingly frigid winter weather presented new challenges for Ukraine on Sunday as mud churned up the battlefield and snowfall made…

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Marijuana Pardons Affect Just a Sliver of Those Swept Up in the War on Drugs

WASHINGTON — Valerie Schultz’s conviction for possession of a small amount of marijuana in 2010 was anything but simple. Ms.…

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Roman Coins Thought for Centuries to Be Fakes Get a Fresh Appraisal

In 1713, a medals inspector documented the acquisition of eight gold Roman coins that had been buried in Transylvania. For…

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