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China won’t let its construction crews work in West Bank
Washington Post • Associated Press
The Latest: Allies to coordinate action on North Korea
Washington Post • Associated Press
Brazil corruption scandal is business as usual for Odebrecht
Washington Post • Mauricio Savarese ,  Ap
North Korea quiet amid expectation of missile follow-up
Washington Post • Eric Talmadge ,  Ap
Macron campaign says it fought off cyberespionage attempts
Washington Post • Associated Press
Powerful 7.1 quake shakes central Chile; no damage reported
Washington Post • Associated Press
Venezuelans stage sit-in on roads to protest government
Washington Post • Fabiola Sanchez, Hannah Dreier ,  Ap
Israeli president: Le Pen’s Holocaust denial ‘disturbing’
Washington Post • Ilan Ben Zion ,  Ap
Netanyahu gives German FM ‘ultimatum’ over meeting with NGOs
Washington Post • Associated Press
Cameroon sentences RFI journalist to 10 years in prison
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China won’t let its construction crews work in West Bank
Washington PostAssociated Press
China is not allowing Chinese construction crews to work in the West Bank because it opposes Israeli settlements in what it considers occupied Palestinian territory.
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International Security, Politics & Policy
The Latest: Allies to coordinate action on North Korea
Washington PostAssociated Press
The Latest on tensions on the Korean Peninsula (all times local):
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Brazil corruption scandal is business as usual for Odebrecht
Washington PostMauricio Savarese ,  Ap
Grinning in front of the camera, the former CEO of the huge Brazilian builder at the center of the world’s biggest corruption scandal spoke frankly about the billions in bribes and illegal financing that the Odebrecht company put into the pockets and...
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North Korea quiet amid expectation of missile follow-up
Washington PostEric Talmadge ,  Ap
A U.S. guided-missile submarine arrived in South Korea on Tuesday and envoys from the U.S., Japan and South Korea met in Tokyo, as North Korea prepared to mark the anniversary of the founding of its military.
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International Security, World Politics
Macron campaign says it fought off cyberespionage attempts
Washington PostAssociated Press
The campaign of French presidential front-runner Emmanuel Macron says it has fought off a series of cyberespionage attempts dating back to December, adding meat to previous allegations that it was the subject of an electronic eavesdropping campaign.
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International Security, World Politics
Powerful 7.1 quake shakes central Chile; no damage reported
Washington PostAssociated Press
A powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake has struck off Chile’s central coast but there are no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
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International Security, World Politics
Venezuelans stage sit-in on roads to protest government
Washington PostFabiola Sanchez, Hannah Dreier ,  Ap
Protesters sprawled in lawn chairs, worked on math homework and played cards on main roads around Venezuela’s cities Monday, joining in sit-ins to disrupt traffic as the latest slap at the socialist government.
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Israeli president: Le Pen’s Holocaust denial ‘disturbing’
Washington PostIlan Ben Zion ,  Ap
Israel’s president on Monday denounced French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen’s recent comments denying France’s role in the Holocaust as “uniquely disturbing” and urged his country not to make “unholy alliances” with rising nationalist parties in Europe.
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Netanyahu gives German FM ‘ultimatum’ over meeting with NGOs
Washington PostAssociated Press
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has threatened to cancel an upcoming meeting with Germany’s foreign minister unless the visiting diplomat cancels an appointment with two groups critical of Israel’s actions in the West Bank.
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Cameroon sentences RFI journalist to 10 years in prison
Washington PostAssociated Press
A Cameroon military court has sentenced a correspondent of Radio France International’s Hausa service to 10 years in jail after convicting him of non-denunciation of acts of terrorism and laundering proceeds of terrorist acts.
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