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In Pakistan, a young Pashtun man was killed by police. Another has risen to lead a movement.
For the first time, this scattered and struggling populace has found common cause, especially via social media, raising the specter of a nationalist uprising among the ethnic minority of 40 million.


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Frustrated at visa holdup, Russians give up on American vacations 
A year ago, obtaining a U.S. tourist visa could take less than a week. Now, it comes with an eight-month delay.


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At least 57 Afghans killed in Kabul by suicide bomber, health ministry says
The attack at an entrance for the office for voters’ registration was claimed by the Islamic State and was a possible sign of bloody times ahead for long-delayed crucial elections set for October.



Instead of peace, indigenous Filipinos get the Duterte treatment
Residents of Mindanao thought President Rodrigo Duterte, a native of their island, would fulfill his promise to end a 49-year war with communist insurgents. But his declaration of martial law last year scuttled peace talks, leaving indigenous people regretting their support of him in the 2016 election.



Will Trump ever go to London? The saga of the special relationship’s long-delayed visit.
Prime Minister Theresa May has been widely criticized for pursuing a close relationship with President Trump, with some opposing members of Parliament accusing her of “groveling.”












Russia, Iran at forefront of concerns as diplomats from leading democracies meet
The high-level G-7 talks in Canada are the first since the U.S. and its allies carried out airstrikes in Syria about a week ago.


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Iran’s foreign minister warns that nation will restart ‘nuclear activities’ if U.S. withdraws from accord
Mohammad Javad Zarif said his nation “has many options” should the Trump administration back out of the nuclear deal — and that “those options are not pleasant.”


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2 more killed in Nicaragua social security protests: reports
Nine people have been killed in unrest, vice president says.



White House privately skeptical of North Korea’s plans to freeze nuclear testing
Aides questioned whether Kim Jong Un’s moves are aimed at appearing reasonable and willing to compromise ahead of a planned summit with President Trump.


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Radovan Karadzic launches appeal against convictions
Lawyers for former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic argued Monday that appeals judges should overturn his multiple convictions and 40-year sentence for masterminding Serb atrocities throughout the Bosnian war because of a string of legal and procedural errors, and that he should be given a new trial.


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Qatar denies UAE, Bahrain allegation over military jets
Qatar is denying an allegation by the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain that it sent military fighter jets dangerously close to an Emirati commercial airliner.



Spain resumes controversial exhumations near Franco’s tomb
Spain’s heritage authority says preliminary technical work has resumed on the exhumation of the remains of four Spanish Civil War victims from a complex that pays homage to the late dictator Francisco Franco.



Afghan officials: Taliban attacks kill 14 troops, policemen
Taliban attacks in western Afghanistan killed 14 soldiers and policemen on Monday as Kabul residents prepared to bury their loved ones slain in a horrific bombing by the Islamic State group that targeted a voter registration center the day before, killing 57.


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Eurozone interest rates could stay frozen well into 2019
When will the European Central Bank join the U.S. Federal Reserve and start raising interest rates? This much is clear: It won’t be soon.


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Paris attacks suspect Abdeslam gets 20 years in related case
A Brussels court on Monday found 2015 Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam and an accomplice guilty of attempted murder over shots fired at police they sought to avoid arrest in a Brussels suburb.


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