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Macron to Fire Aide Who Hit Protester, but Pressure Mounts

Macron to Fire Aide Who Hit Protester, but Pressure Mounts

Alexandre Benalla, center, next to Emmanuel Macron in Paris during the French presidential campaign last year. French news outlets have published a steady stream of pictures showing Mr. Benalla with
Saturday Profile: Rapper Translates U.K.’s Angry Underprivileged for the Middle and Upper Classes

Saturday Profile: Rapper Translates U.K.’s Angry Underprivileged for the Middle and Upper Classes

Darren McGarvey said his upbringing in Glasgow gave him an understanding of violence and its expressive functions.
Hold Still, Butterflies. Britain Is Counting.

Hold Still, Butterflies. Britain Is Counting.

A butterfly at London Zoo last month. Three-quarters of the 56 species of butterflies in Britain and Ireland are in decline, according to the charity Butterfly Conservation.

A Family of 14 Dies in an Airstrike. U.S. Officials Deny They Were Civilians.

Of those killed in northern Afghanistan, eight were women and three children, local officials said. Two other children were said to be wounded.
He’s Supposed to Marry a Japanese Princess. Just Don’t Call Him Her Fiancé.

He’s Supposed to Marry a Japanese Princess. Just Don’t Call Him Her Fiancé.

Princess Mako during an event at the Nikkei Association in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday.
A Minister Feting a Lynch Mob? India Recoils in Disgust

A Minister Feting a Lynch Mob? India Recoils in Disgust

A political poster in Hazaribagh, India, featuring an image of Jayant Sinha, a government minister who draped garlands on eight men convicted of beating a Muslim man to death.
Chinese Shopping App Pinduoduo Sued in U.S. Ahead of I.P.O.

Chinese Shopping App Pinduoduo Sued in U.S. Ahead of I.P.O.

The Chinese shopping app Pinduoduo has drawn nearly 350 million people in the past year, according to the company, which would make it one of China’s most popular e-commerce providers.
American Arrested at Protest in Vietnam Is to Be Deported

American Arrested at Protest in Vietnam Is to Be Deported

Vietnamese officers escorted Will Nguyen to his trial in Ho Chi Minh City on Friday, where it was announced that he would be deported. Mr. Nguyen, who is from Houston, could have been sent to prison
U.S. Rebuffed at U.N. on North Korea Sanctions Enforcement

U.S. Rebuffed at U.N. on North Korea Sanctions Enforcement

A photo released by Japan’s Defense Ministry in February shows what it says are North Korean tankers in the East China Sea. Russia and China on Thursday blocked an American request for disciplinary
Report Finds Surprisingly High Rate of Slavery in Developed Countries

Report Finds Surprisingly High Rate of Slavery in Developed Countries

Yeonmi Park in April. The scariest thing, she recalled of her captivity, was being forgotten.
Inside That Black Sarcophagus in Egypt? 3 Mummies (and No Curses)

Inside That Black Sarcophagus in Egypt? 3 Mummies (and No Curses)

The neighborhood where a sarcophagus containing three skeletons was found in Alexandria, Egypt, on Thursday.
Montenegro: What to Know About the Tiny NATO Ally Trump Slighted

Montenegro: What to Know About the Tiny NATO Ally Trump Slighted

President Milo Djukanovic of Montenegro, center, arriving at NATO headquarters for the alliance’s summit meeting in Brussels last week.
American Accused of Being ISIS Fighter in Syria Faces Prosecution in U.S.

American Accused of Being ISIS Fighter in Syria Faces Prosecution in U.S.

Members of the Syrian Democratic Forces in May. The militia captured an American citizen said to have been fighting for the Islamic State.
Trump to Invite Putin to Washington, Blindsiding His Intelligence Chief

Trump to Invite Putin to Washington, Blindsiding His Intelligence Chief

The White House rejected a proposal by President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia that would have allowed American officials to question 12 indicted Russians in exchange for getting access to American
A Cobra Strikes. A Magician Is Stricken. Middle Eastern Foes Unite.

A Cobra Strikes. A Magician Is Stricken. Middle Eastern Foes Unite.

Aref Ghafouri, a magician who was bitten by a Egyptian cobra, at a hospital in Cairo. “He should be 100 percent fit in a couple of days,” a doctor said.
Fearing ‘No Deal’ Brexit, E.U. Shifts Into High Gear to Keep Goods Flowing

Fearing ‘No Deal’ Brexit, E.U. Shifts Into High Gear to Keep Goods Flowing

In the Netherlands, one of Britain’s biggest European trading partners, officials are recruiting nearly 1,000 new customs officials for the Rotterdam cargo port, as well as at airports, ahead of
Tech Fix: For Android Users, Europe’s Google Ruling Leaves Unanswered Questions

Tech Fix: For Android Users, Europe’s Google Ruling Leaves Unanswered Questions

A statue of Google’s Android mascot in Montélimar, France. The effects of the European Union’s $5.1 billion fine against Google over its Android practices involve many ifs.
Mugabe Has Left, but His Legacy Haunts Zimbabwe’s Election

Mugabe Has Left, but His Legacy Haunts Zimbabwe’s Election

President Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe, center right, inspected a military honor guard during an Independence Day celebration in April.
Tensions Escalate Between Greece and Russia, With Macedonia in the Middle

Tensions Escalate Between Greece and Russia, With Macedonia in the Middle

Greek police and army officers waiting for President Vladimir V. Putin to arrive for a visit in 2016. Greece and Russia have traditionally had friendly ties.