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The Washington Post World section provides information and analysis of breaking world news stories. In addition to our world news and video, Post World News offers discussions and blogs on major international news and economic issues.



 















Why even foes of Venezuela's government are wary of U.S. oil sanctions
The Trump administration is considering stiff penalties for Venezuela if its government goes ahead with a vote to rewrite the constitution — even sanctioning its oil.




































Why is Vladimir Putin holding a news conference just for kids?
The Kremlin is thinking about future elections and worried about growing political interests among young people.


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Scarce rain, leaky pipes combining to dry up much of Italy
Scarce rain and chronically leaky aqueducts have combined this summer to hurt farmers in much of Italy and put Romans at risk for drastic water rationing starting later this week.



Al-Azhar sets up religious edict booths in Cairo metro
Egypt’s Al-Azhar, the Sunni Muslim world’s foremost religious institution, has set up booths in Cairo metro stations to provide religious edicts to commuters in the latest bid to dispel religious misconceptions and misinterpretations of religious texts seen as fostering Islamic militancy in the country, which is targeting mainly security personnel and Copts.



No butts about it: tiger and goat cohabitate
A neglectful mother whose partner’s unusual lifestyle became a sensation has taken over her mate’s home with an odd companion of her own.



Fire in south Croatia triggers explosions of war mines
Emergency officials say a forest fire that has spread to southern Croatia from neighboring Montenegro has triggered 34 explosions, probably from mines left over from the region’s war in the 1990s.






Book about Nelson Mandela’s medical treatment stirs dispute
A new book by a former South African military doctor that documents Nelson Mandela’s medical treatments before his 2013 death violates doctor-patient confidentiality, according to some relatives of the anti-apartheid leader and Nobel laureate.


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