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Asian shares muted as investors await raft of economic data
Washington Post • Kelvin Chan ,  Ap
North Korea’s latest ballistic missile launch lands in Japanese waters
Washington Post • Foster Klug
Former Greek Prime Minister Constantine Mitsotakis dies
Washington Post • Demetris Nellas ,  Ap
Military officers seed the ranks across Trump’s national security council
Washington Post • Missy Ryan
Spain: 8 hurt as car fleeing police rams into crowded street
Washington Post • Associated Press
South Korea’s Yonhap news agency says North Korea has fired an unidentified projectile
Washington Post • Associated Press
American doctor in Sudan awarded Aurora humanitarian prize
Washington Post • Associated Press
Correction: Trump-Body Language story
Washington Post • Associated Press
Egypt’s answer to latest attack reflects despair, resolve
Washington Post • Hamza Hendawi ,  Ap
Romania: 7 injured after cable cars apparently fail to brake
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Asian shares muted as investors await raft of economic data
Washington PostKelvin Chan ,  Ap
Stock markets in Asia were subdued in holiday-thinned trading Monday as investors hunkered down ahead of a raft of economic data later this week that will provide fresh insight into the world economy.
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International Security, Politics & Policy
North Korea’s latest ballistic missile launch lands in Japanese waters
Washington PostFoster Klug
SEOUL — North Korea on Monday fired an apparent ballistic missile off its east coast that landed in the waters of Japan’s economic zone, South Korean and Japanese officials said, the latest in a strin...
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International Security, World Politics
Former Greek Prime Minister Constantine Mitsotakis dies
Washington PostDemetris Nellas ,  Ap
Former Greek Prime Minister Constantine Mitsotakis has died at age 98.
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Defense Policy, International Security
Military officers seed the ranks across Trump’s national security council
Washington PostMissy Ryan
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International Security, World Politics
Spain: 8 hurt as car fleeing police rams into crowded street
Washington PostAssociated Press
Authorities in Spain arrested two people who appeared to be drunk after the car they were in injured seven people while fleeing from a police road check in the southern coastal town of Marbella.
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International Security, World Politics
South Korea’s Yonhap news agency says North Korea has fired an unidentified projectile
Washington PostAssociated Press
South Korea’s Yonhap news agency says North Korea has fired an unidentified projectile.
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International Security, World Politics
American doctor in Sudan awarded Aurora humanitarian prize
Washington PostAssociated Press
An American doctor who has spent years working in a fighting-ravaged region of Sudan has been awarded the $1.1-million Aurora Prize for exceptional humanitarianism.
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International Security
Correction: Trump-Body Language story
Washington PostAssociated Press
In stories May 26 and May 27 about President Donald Trump’s body language during his first trip overseas since taking office, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Ron Dermer was Trump’s ambassador to Israel. Dermer is Israel’s ambassador to the United States.
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International Security
Egypt’s answer to latest attack reflects despair, resolve
Washington PostHamza Hendawi ,  Ap
File -- In this April 28, 2017 file photo, Pope Francis meets Pope Tawadros II, spiritual leader of Egypt’s Orthodox Christians, at Cairo’s St. Mark’s Cathedral. Egypt’s response to the Friday, May 25, 2017, deadly attack on a bus taking Egyptian Christians...
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International Security
Romania: 7 injured after cable cars apparently fail to brake
Washington PostAssociated Press
Authorities say seven people, including a tourist from Norway, were injured after two cable cars apparently suffered a brake failure in mountains in central Romania. Nobody was seriously hurt.
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