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Azerbaijani soldiers are killed in Karabakh fighting
Washington Post • Associated Press
Albanian police sue opposition leader, say he urged violence
Washington Post • Llazar Semini ,  Ap
Kurdish journalist killed covering Iraq’s battle for Mosul
Washington Post • Associated Press
‘Everyone’s nervous’: Some students in India rethink U.S. study plans after Kansas shooting
Washington Post • Annie Gowen
Israel military fire tear gas to disperse Lebanese protest
Washington Post • Associated Press
Survivors denounce Vatican handling of Peru abuse case
Washington Post • Franklin Briceno , Nicole Winfield,  Ap
Malaysian police to sweep the airport terminal where Kim Jong Nam was killed to check for possible toxic chemical.
Washington Post • Associated Press
Merkel formally nominated for German election run
Washington Post • Associated Press
Inside the fight against IS sleeper cells in liberated Mosul
Washington Post • John Beck , Susannah George,  Ap
Myanmar police blame grudge, not army, for lawyer’s murder
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Azerbaijani soldiers are killed in Karabakh fighting
Washington PostAssociated Press
Several Azerbaijani soldiers have been killed during fighting in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, Azerbaijan said Saturday as it and neighboring Armenia traded blame for an outbreak of violence.
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International Security, World Politics
Albanian police sue opposition leader, say he urged violence
Washington PostLlazar Semini ,  Ap
Albanian police have sued the leader of the country’s opposition Democratic Party for allegedly inciting calls for violence.
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International Security, News Media
Kurdish journalist killed covering Iraq’s battle for Mosul
Washington PostAssociated Press
A local Kurdish news organization says one of their presenters was killed covering the Mosul operation and another of their journalists was wounded.
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International Security, World Politics
‘Everyone’s nervous’: Some students in India rethink U.S. study plans after Kansas shooting
Washington PostAnnie Gowen
The possible hate crime has prompted anger in India and concern that the Trump-era United States is no longer a safe place for its thriving community of visiting Indian students, scholars and tech workers.
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International Security, World Politics
Israel military fire tear gas to disperse Lebanese protest
Washington PostAssociated Press
Israel’s military fired tear gas across the border into Lebanon on Saturday, breaking up a small Lebanese protest against cameras installed there, Lebanon’s National News agency reported.
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International Security, World Politics
Survivors denounce Vatican handling of Peru abuse case
Washington PostFranklin Briceno , Nicole Winfield,  Ap
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Malaysian police to sweep the airport terminal where Kim Jong Nam was killed to check for possible toxic chemical.
Washington PostAssociated Press
Malaysian police to sweep the airport terminal where Kim Jong Nam was killed to check for possible toxic chemical.
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Merkel formally nominated for German election run
Washington PostAssociated Press
Angela Merkel’s conservatives have formally nominated the German chancellor as her party’s top candidate for the September parliamentary election in the region where she has her political base.
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Inside the fight against IS sleeper cells in liberated Mosul
Washington PostJohn Beck , Susannah George,  Ap
Two crudely armored pickup trucks cruised along an eastern Mosul highway. A masked Iraqi officer riding shotgun yelled “Go! Go! Go!” and switched the radio from Iraqi folk music to fast, patriotic battle hymns as the vehicles sped up and weaved through...
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Myanmar police blame grudge, not army, for lawyer’s murder
Washington PostAssociated Press
Senior Myanmar security officials say the assassination of a prominent legal adviser to the government was the result of a personal political grudge and not part of a bigger conspiracy by the military.
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