New York Times

Typhoon Slams Into the Philippines

The super typhoon, also known as Ompong, made landfall on Luzon in the early hours of Saturday, bringing with it battering winds and lashing rain.

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Volkswagen Beetle, Symbol of ’60s Counterculture, Will Be Discontinued Again

The German carmaker’s United States unit, the only division still turning out the curvy car originally developed at Hitler’s direction, will end production of the vehicle in July.

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Police Move to Clear Treehouse Protest Against Coal Mine in German Forest

German police began tearing down the first of about 60 treehouses to evict protesters from a site that has come to symbolize the country’s split over coal.

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Your Friday Evening News Briefing: Tropical Storm Florence, Paul Manafort, Brett Kavanaugh

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

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Pompeo Calls a Former Diplomat’s Meetings with Iranians ‘Unseemly and Unprecedented’

The secretary of state criticized John Kerry for discussing the jettisoned nuclear deal with Iranian diplomats. Mr. Kerry shrugged it off and plugged his new book.

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Typhoon Mangkhut Sweeps Through Philippines

Thousands of people in the Philippines have evacuated their homes to escape the storm, which made landfall on the northern island of Luzon.

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Trade Ministers Call for W.T.O. Overhaul, but Offer Few Details

In a tacit acknowledgment that Mr. Trump has shaken the international trading system, G20 officials sought to reduce tensions.

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The Great Canadian Compromise: The Canada Letter

A measure that allowed Canada to create its own constitution in 1982 but left many unhappy has returned to haunt the current political scene.

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French Soldiers Tortured Algerians, Macron Admits 6 Decades Later

The French president took responsibility for the killing of Maurice Audin, a young activist who became a symbol of the Algerian War, and asked the man’s widow for forgiveness.

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