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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.



 









Horrifying video shows tourist boat sinking in minutes with scores on board
A tourist boat at a popular reservoir near Medellin, Colombia, capsized Sunday afternoon with 160 on board. The number of dead was uncertain.


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For Russians, Stalin is the 'most outstanding' figure in world history, followed by Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin has raised Stalin's profile as the victory of World War II rather than the strongman of the Gulag.


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Israeli cabinet ‘freezes’ plan to create egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall
Disappointed with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, liberal Jews vow to keep fighting for a mixed-gender area at the site. 


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Tillerson urges Qatar and the Gulf states to negotiate an end to their rift
The U.S. secretary of state said a list of 13 demands included some that would be “very difficult” for Qatar to meet.


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An Afghan bird refuge comes back to life after decades of neglect
But lack of cooperation from locals continues to hamper cleanup efforts at the scenic U.N.-protected site.


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Here’s why Germany’s left has dwindling hopes of unseating Merkel
The Social Democrats, after governing with the chancellor’s center-right bloc, is having trouble offering a clear alternative. 


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London police confirm deadly high-rise fire began in an apartment fridge
On Friday night, five tower blocks in Camden, north London, were being evacuated over concerns about flammable cladding. Hundreds of buildings across England were being inspected; 27 reportedly failed safety checks.


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5 rare Barbary lion cubs go on show at zoo in Germany
Five rare Barbary lion cubs have been shown to the public for the first time at a zoo in southwestern Germany, delighting visitors as they clumsily plodded through their enclosure.


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Rhino breeder in South Africa plans online auction of horn
A rhino breeder in South Africa is planning an online auction of rhino horn, capitalizing on a court ruling that opened the way to domestic trade despite an international ban that was imposed to curb widespread poaching.


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French president pushes for further peace talks over Ukraine
Further peace talks over the Ukrainian crisis will be held in the coming days, French president Emmanuel Macron said Monday, following a meeting in Paris with his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko.


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British Prime Minister Theresa May says goal is to remove anxiety, provide certainty to EU citizens in UK
British Prime Minister Theresa May says goal is to remove anxiety, provide certainty to EU citizens in UK.



British Prime Minister Theresa May says rights granted to EU citizens in UK must be reciprocal
British Prime Minister Theresa May says rights granted to EU citizens in UK must be reciprocal.



First witnesses face Poland’s special restitution probe
A Polish commission investigating the irregular restitution of seized property to private owners is trying to determine the role of Warsaw mayor in the process as it questions its first witnesses.