New York Times

‘I Don’t Think People in the U.S. Know How Closely We’re Watching This’

International readers tell us how the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh before the Senate Judiciary Committee affected their perceptions of the United States.

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Kim Jong-un Promises Historic Visit to South Korea

During a summit meeting between North and South Korea on Wednesday, Kim Jong-un agreed to take steps toward denuclearization and to visit Seoul. He would be the first North Korean leader to make such a trip.

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Typhoon Mangkhut Jolts Hong Kong and Marches Into China

The storm made landfall on the southeastern coast of China on Sunday, after battering Hong Kong with winds of up to 100 miles an hour.

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Typhoon Mangkhut: Deadly Storm Churns Through Philippines Toward China

More than 20 hours after the fierce storm struck the Philippines on Saturday, at least 16 people were reported killed, including a child. But officials had barely begun to assess the damage.

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A Simple Life

Mennonites living in Belize exist apart from the government, with limited technology and surrounded by farmable land.

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Rwanda Freeing Over 2,000 Prisoners, Including an Opposition Leader

President Paul Kagame’s government ordered the release of Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, leader of an opposition party, and Kizito Mihigo, a musician and activist.

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Typhoon Mangkhut: How to Help

Nonprofits have mobilized to help those affected by Typhoon Mangkhut, which has pummeled the Philippines.

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Egypt Detains Mubarak Sons in Stock Manipulation Case

Alaa and Gamal Mubarak, whose father was ousted as president in 2011, were arrested as part of an investigation into unlawful trading that began in 2012.

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U.S. Drops Charges Against Ex-Senegal Official in Chinese Energy Bribery Case

Prosecutors offered no explanation for dismissing the case. Cheikh Gadio was arrested 10 months ago along with a representative of CEFC China Energy.

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