New York Times

Mark Carney, Bank of England Governor, to Stay in Charge Until 2020

Mr. Carney has been sharply criticized by ardent supporters of Britain’s exit from the European Union. They have accused him of taking partisan positions against Brexit.

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Zimbabwe Declares Emergency as Cholera Spreads in Capital

More than 2,000 people have been afflicted in the past week, and at least 20 have died. The health minister said blocked sewers in Harare were to blame.

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Apple Plans to Unveil New iPhones. Here’s How to Save On an Upgrade.

With Apple expected to introduce pricier and bigger-screen iPhones this week, here are a few tips on how to upgrade your device without breaking the bank.

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Hunters of Man-Eating Tigress Can Shoot to Kill, Indian Court Rules

Wildlife advocates had asked the Supreme Court to spare a tiger believed to have killed 13 people, arguing that the victims should not have been in her territory.

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Ethiopia-Eritrea Border Opens for First Time in 20 Years

The countries, whose long war officially ended only months ago, reopened crossing points, allowing families to be reunited and clearing the way for trade.

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Suicide Bombing Kills at Least 6 in Somalia

It was the second significant attack on district headquarters in Mogadishu, the capital, this month. The Shabab have claimed responsibility for both attacks.

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In Britain, Calls for a 4-Day Week. Can It Be Done?

A British labor group says technology has made work more intensive and led to longer days. Shorter working weeks have been tested, with mixed results.

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U.S. Weighs Sanctions Against Chinese Officials Over Muslim Detention Camps

The economic penalties would be one of the first times the Trump administration has taken action against China on human rights violations.

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U.N. Presses Iran to Free Princeton Scholar

The public request that Iran free Xiyue Wang, a graduate student in history, came two years after he was arrested doing research that had been approved by Iran.

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