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Kremlin dismisses vast Russia protests as ‘provocation’ by activist Navalny
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Supervisor: UK banks need solid EU roots to access bloc
Washington Post • David Mchugh ,  Ap
UK faces government decision on deadlocked Northern Ireland
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European Union regulators give approval to proposed Dow Chemical-DuPont merger
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Day after new pro-Beijing chief chosen, Hong Kong police move to arrest activists
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2 remain in custody in Britain attack, police say
Washington Post • Associated Press
22 people killed in 2 road accidents in India
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Activists: Hong Kong to arrest democracy protest leaders
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As North Korea fires missiles, some in Japan want the ability to launch strikes
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Kremlin dismisses vast Russia protests as ‘provocation’ by activist Navalny
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Supervisor: UK banks need solid EU roots to access bloc
Washington PostDavid Mchugh ,  Ap
A top banking supervisor says that British banks must put down solid roots if they want European banking licenses to keep access after the UK leaves the European Union.
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UK faces government decision on deadlocked Northern Ireland
Washington PostAssociated Press
The British government faces a deadline on whether to extend negotiations on Northern Ireland’s political future or renew direct control from London.
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European Union regulators give approval to proposed Dow Chemical-DuPont merger
Washington PostAssociated Press
European Union regulators give approval to proposed Dow Chemical-DuPont merger.
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Day after new pro-Beijing chief chosen, Hong Kong police move to arrest activists
Washington PostSimon Denyer
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2 remain in custody in Britain attack, police say
Washington PostAssociated Press
British police say that two people remain in custody following last week’s attack in London as messaging services face criticism for encrypted networks that allow attackers to communicate in secret.
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22 people killed in 2 road accidents in India
Washington PostAssociated Press
Police say at least 22 people were killed in two road accidents in India, with a bus falling into a gorge in the northeast and a truck overturning in central India.
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Activists: Hong Kong to arrest democracy protest leaders
Washington PostAssociated Press
Hong Kong activists say police are planning to arrest student leaders and other prominent figures involved with the huge 2014 “Umbrella Movement” pro-democracy protests, a day after the city picked a new leader.
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As North Korea fires missiles, some in Japan want the ability to launch strikes
Washington PostAnna Fifield
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is encouraging discussion about acquiring such capability.
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