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The New York Times: World News

‘We Were Told That He Did Not Play a Role’ in Khashoggi Killing, Trump Says of Saudi Crown Prince

‘We Were Told That He Did Not Play a Role’ in Khashoggi Killing, Trump Says of Saudi Crown Prince

President Trump said on Saturday that he had not yet been shown C.I.A. intelligence that concludes the Saudi crown prince ordered the killing of a dissident journalist.
Will Theresa May Be ‘Poleaxed’? The Tories Turn to Poison-Pen Letters

Will Theresa May Be ‘Poleaxed’? The Tories Turn to Poison-Pen Letters

The British prime minister, Theresa May, leaving 10 Downing Street in London on Friday. She is facing a potential revolt from within her own Conservative party.
Why Is Twitter Cursing a British Conservative Politician?

Why Is Twitter Cursing a British Conservative Politician?

Jacob Rees-Mogg, center, outside the Parliament building in London on Thursday.

Egyptian Sentenced to Death in Killing of Christian Doctor

A man accused of supporting the Islamic State was convicted in the stabbing death as the militants have targeted Egyptian Christians over their support for President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
Xi and Pence Stake Out Trade Positions in Dueling Speeches at Pacific Rim Forum

Xi and Pence Stake Out Trade Positions in Dueling Speeches at Pacific Rim Forum

Vice President Mike Pence at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit meeting in Papua New Guinea on Saturday.
‘Tell Everyone We Scalped You!’ How Caste Still Rules in India

‘Tell Everyone We Scalped You!’ How Caste Still Rules in India

Geetabai Jatav with her husband, Sardar Singh Jatav, center, at the government hospital in Gwalior. Mr. Sardar, a Dalit, was attacked by upper-caste men.
Hong Kong Dispatch: A Rural Patch of Hong Kong Where Rare Birds Sing and Developers Circle

Hong Kong Dispatch: A Rural Patch of Hong Kong Where Rare Birds Sing and Developers Circle

The skyline of Shenzen, China, looms above the Mai Po Nature Reserve in Hong Kong.
Argentine Submarine That Vanished With 44 Aboard Is Found, Navy Says

Argentine Submarine That Vanished With 44 Aboard Is Found, Navy Says

Relatives of crew members of the San Juan submarine on Saturday outside the naval base in Mar del Plata, Argentina.
C.I.A. Concludes That Saudi Crown Prince Ordered Khashoggi Killed

C.I.A. Concludes That Saudi Crown Prince Ordered Khashoggi Killed

The Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, in March in Washington.
How the Trump Administration Stepped Up Pursuit of WikiLeaks’s Assange

How the Trump Administration Stepped Up Pursuit of WikiLeaks’s Assange

National security officials have long viewed Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, with hostility and considered him a threat.
The Kilogram is Dead. Long Live the Kilogram!

The Kilogram is Dead. Long Live the Kilogram!

A one-kilogram sphere of single-crystal silicon, one of the roundest man-made objects in the world. The object helped redefine a kilogram in terms of the number of atoms it contains.
Canada Letter: Justin Trudeau’s Official Fixer-Upper

Canada Letter: Justin Trudeau’s Official Fixer-Upper

The security cameras are on, but no one’s ever home at the prime minister’s official residence in Ottawa.
Families Sue Jordan Over 2016 Deaths of 3 U.S. Green Berets

Families Sue Jordan Over 2016 Deaths of 3 U.S. Green Berets

A funeral service for Staff Sgt. Kevin J. McEnroe, who was killed in Jordan, at Arlington National Cemetery in 2016.
In Turkey, Mourning the Dissident Khashoggi While Cracking Down on Dissent

In Turkey, Mourning the Dissident Khashoggi While Cracking Down on Dissent

Dissidents, journalists and activists in a courtyard of the Fatih Mosque in Istanbul on Friday to honor Jamal Khashoggi.

Chinese City Bans Daytime Dog Walking in a Crackdown on Canines

New rules in Hangzhou also banned large breeds and led to the confiscation of unlicensed dogs.

American Missing in Mexico Was Killed by Drug Cartel Member, Officials Say

Family and friends were baffled by the disappearance of Patrick Braxton-Andrew of North Carolina. Mexican officials now describe “a cowardly and brutal murder, of a totally innocent person.”
British Austerity Is ‘Inflicting Unnecessary Misery,’ U.N. Poverty Expert Says

British Austerity Is ‘Inflicting Unnecessary Misery,’ U.N. Poverty Expert Says

Professor Philip Alston, the United Nations special rapporteur for extreme poverty and human rights, meeting with food bank users in Newcastle, England, last week.
If Gaza Brings Down Netanyahu’s Government, Can He Rise Again?

If Gaza Brings Down Netanyahu’s Government, Can He Rise Again?

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, shown at center last month in Jerusalem, is facing a call for early elections.