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Johnson Risks a Rift with Trump by Granting New Access to Huawei

Despite the Trump administration’s effort to persuade Britain to bar the Chinese technology giant from its new broadband network, Boris Johnson decided to grant Huawei limited access.
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Renault Chooses Volkswagen Executive as New C.E.O.

Luca de Meo, a marketing specialist, will need to repair the French carmaker’s troubled alliance with Nissan.
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Ex-King of Belgium Acknowledges a Long-Dismissed Daughter

After a court-ordered DNA test, the 85-year-old King Albert II, who abdicated in 2013, conceded that he was the biological father of the artist Delphine Boël, 51.
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Britain Says Huawei Won’t Be Banned From Its 5G Network

The move points up how an American effort against the Chinese wireless equipment company has stumbled.
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Asylum Seekers Find a New Route to Europe, Flowing Into a Divided Cyprus

The tiny island now hosts the most refugees per capita in the European Union.
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Your Tuesday Briefing

Coronavirus, Kobe Bryant, Auschwitz: Here’s what you need to know.
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Michou, Whose Drag Cabaret Was the Toast of Paris, Dies at 88

Since 1956, his jewel box of a club in storied Montmartre has drawn a host of luminaries, turning the proprietor into one himself.
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At Auschwitz, Survivors Plead ‘Never Forget’

Organizers sought to put a spotlight on the stories of survivors, as this may be the last time that such a large number will be able to gather in one place.
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Seamus Mallon, Advocate for Peace in Northern Ireland, Dies at 83

Mr. Mallon spent his life campaigning for an end to killings and abuses by all sides in the conflict known as the Troubles.
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France to Stop Using TNT-Loaded Tear Gas Grenades

The government has started to acknowledge concerns about the force that the police use against protesters. But critics say doing away with the grenades is little more than a gesture.
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The Survivor of Auschwitz Who Painted a Forgotten Genocide

Philosophers said the Holocaust defied representation, that art could not render its horrors. But Ceija Stojka made more than 1,000 incredible images of her ordeal, and the effort to exterminate the..
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Cease-Fire in Libya Collapses Despite International Efforts

Fighting has started anew and foreign shipments of arms have resumed, blasting apart attempts by world leaders to broker a truce.
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A Knight in Gucci Armor Helps Charge a Geothermal Dragon

A company wants to build a geothermal plant in Umbria. Locals — and celebrities who live there — don’t want it.
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Before the Liberation of Auschwitz, a March of Misery

On the roads where thousands of prisoners from Auschwitz were forced to march before the camp was liberated, there are few memorials. Mostly graves.
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Chasing Soccer’s Secrets, Hacker Found Those of Africa’s Richest Woman, Too

The Portuguese man behind the Football Leaks website, which pulled back the curtain on world soccer’s finances, unearthed an even bigger scandal by accident.
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Wuhan Coronavirus, Impeachment, Kobe Bryant: Your Monday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know.
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Italy Election Deals Blow to Nationalist Leader Salvini

Regional voting thwarted an effort by Matteo Salvini to set off the government’s collapse and return to power as head of the anti-migrant League party.
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Harry and Meghan’s Big Funding Source Is Private. Sort of.

As the couple leave full-time royal life, they have vowed to forgo public funding. But a pledge by Prince Charles to help support them has put a spotlight on his own sources of wealth, including a..
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France Judges Dead Jihadists but Refuses to Repatriate the Living

With public opinion firmly against allowing the return of those who left to fight in Syria and Iraq, the French justice system finds itself facing the strange concept of the “ghost trial.”
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Pompeo Denounces News Media, Undermining U.S. Message on Press Freedom

In an extraordinary statement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticized a veteran NPR reporter, Mary Louise Kelly, and said the news media was “unhinged.”
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Pompeo Denounces News Media, Igniting Outrage

In an extraordinary statement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticized a veteran NPR reporter, Mary Louise Kelly, and said the news media was “unhinged.”
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75 Years After Auschwitz Liberation, Worry That ‘Never Again’ Is Not Assured

Amid a surge of anti-Semitism and a rise in dehumanizing political rhetoric, there is fear that the horrific lessons of the death camp are being lost.
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Pence’s Trip Lets Him Change the Topic, but Impeachment Intrudes

The vice president’s trip to Israel and Italy gave him ample opportunities to counterprogram the news back home. But impeachment is a hard topic to outrun.
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Magnitude 6.8 Earthquake Shakes Eastern Turkey, at Least 4 Dead

Turkey’s emergency management agency says an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.8 has shaken the country’s east.
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Europe’s Migration Crisis Has Ebbed. Croatia Wants to Keep It That Way.

The Bosnian-Croatian border is one of the last gateways to northern Europe. The Croatian police are trying to seal it, often in brutal fashion.
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Musicians Love the Conductor Kirill Petrenko. It Shows.

The Berlin Philharmonic is playing with enthusiasm and precision under its new chief conductor.
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Macron Fires Ambassador Who Attacked His Pension Plan

Ségolène Royal, the defeated Socialist candidate in France’s 2007 election, was President Emmanuel Macron’s emissary to the North and South Poles and a public critic of his pensions overhaul.
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How ‘Honeyland’ Became an Oscar Game Changer

The movie from North Macedonia is the first to be nominated for both best documentary and best international feature.
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When the Prince of Wales Is Your Landlord

On England’s southwestern coast, a community built by the Duchy of Cornwall is attracting residents who have bought into Prince Charles’s housing philosophy.
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Shooting in Germany Leaves at Least 6 Dead

The police said they believed the gunman was related to the victims. Several people were wounded, two of them critically.
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London Police Will Begin Using Real-Time Facial Recognition

The city, stepping into a debate over privacy, says it will use the technology “to tackle serious crime.”
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A Legendary Documentary Maker Closes ‘an Open Wound’

Cecilia Mangini made a splash in 1958 with a movie about disaffected Roman teenagers. Her latest, drawing on material from North Vietnam in the mid-1960s, will be released this weekend.
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U.S. Refuses Extradition in Fatal Crash, Prompting Anger in U.K.

The British police accuse an American woman of driving on the wrong side of the road in an accident that killed a teenage motorcyclist. The State Department says she had diplomatic immunity.
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Greta Thunberg Joins Climate March on Her Last Day in Davos

Ms. Thunberg, who has been pressing world leaders to take urgent action to combat climate change, said she was not deterred by critics who called her concerns overblown.
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For Haggis Purists in the U.S., the Law Is No Obstacle

A federal agency bans the sale of sheep lungs, a key ingredient for the distinctive Scottish dish. Haggis lovers have found ways around that.
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Brains Turned to Glass? Suffocated in Boathouses? Vesuvius Victims Get New Look

Two studies examined grim scenes left at a Roman settlement devastated by the 79 A.D. eruption.
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A Monument Man Gives Memorials New Stories to Tell

Using video projections, the artist Krzysztof Wodiczko reclaims public spaces for marginalized viewpoints.
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