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Rohingya men in Bangladesh revel in the newfound right to wear pants
Restricted or forbidden in Myanmar, pants are the season’s must-have status symbol for men in the sprawling, squalid refugee camps in Bangladesh.


Jewish artifacts disappear from Damascus in fog of Syria war
Activists say the artifacts included ancient parchment Torahs as well as tapestries and chandeliers. Some precious items are reportedly surfacing abroad.


Taliban leaders reject Afghanistan’s proposal to extend cease-fire
In a dramatic blow to peace, insurgent leaders said they were ordering all fighters to immediately resume operations against “the foreign invaders and their internal supporters.”


Filming Israeli soldiers in action could soon become a crime
If legislation proposed by members of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s hawkish coalition is approved, recording and distributing the videos could carry prison terms of five to 10 years.


Mongolia’s president, a former martial-arts champion, wrestles with some major problems
President Khaltmaa Battulga swept into office last year by casting himself as a Trump-like outsider, a champion of the poor taking on a corrupt and self-serving political elite.


A conservative ‘D.C. Colombian’ wins his country’s presidency. Peace may be the loser. 
Victory by Ivan Duque could upend a historic peace accord and change the course of the U.S.-backed drug war.


Democrats intensify fight for immigrant children — and bludgeon Trump and Republicans ahead of midterms
President Trump’s allies continued to defend separating children from their parents at the border, while Democratic lawmakers visited detention centers from New York to Texas and blanketed Sunday talk shows with criticism of the adiminstration’s “zero-tolerance” policy.


The Choco Pie dividend: South Korean firms are drooling at the prospect of business in the North
No one can predict when — or if — sanctions on Pyongyang will be eased. But companies in the South are busy preparing.


Jewish artifacts disappear from Damascus in fog of Syria war
Some precious items are reportedly surfacing abroad.


Rohingya men in Bangladesh revel in the newfound right to wear pants
Restricted or forbidden in Myanmar, pants are becoming a social statement for male refugees.


Filming Israeli soldiers in action could soon become a crime
If legislation proposed by members of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s hawkish coalition is approved, filming Israeli soldiers and distributing those videos could carry prison terms of five to 10 years.


Germany drops probe of rappers after they used Holocaust and Auschwitz in lyrics
A number of complaints were filed over a rap duo's lyrics that made references to the Holocaust.


British prime minister 'disappointed' that male Tory colleague blocked 'upskirting' law
Despite support from the government, a plan to make “upskirting” a criminal offense was somewhat derailed on Friday.


A woman went to check her corn — and was swallowed by a python
It's the second time in two years that one of the rarest and most gruesome ways to die was documented in Indonesia.


Border lake backdrops sealing of Greece, Macedonia name deal
Greece’s northern neighbor will be renamed North Macedonia to address long-standing appropriation concerns in Greece.


Taliban leaders reject Afghan government’s proposed cease-fire extension
After days of cordial mingling with the other side, the Taliban said it would resume fighting.


Saudi women on the front line of change
Reforms decreed by Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman are bringing unprecedented change to the lives of Saudi women — and also revealing how far the conservative kingdom has to go.


Filming Israeli soldiers in action could soon become a crime
If legislation proposed by members of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s hawkish coalition is approved, filming Israeli soldiers and distributing those videos could carry prison terms of five to 10 years.


Mongolia’s president, a former martial-arts champion, wrestles with some major problems
Like Donald Trump, Khaltmaa Battulga casts himself as an anti-establishment figure.


Under pressure from Pence, U.S. aid is directed to Christian, Yazidi communities in Iraq
Even in an era of shrinking resources for foreign assistance, U.S. aid to vulnerable Christian communities is increasing, with the vice president monitoring progress.


Germany drops probe of rappers after they used Holocaust and Auschwitz in lyrics
A number of complaints were filed over a rap duo's lyrics that made references to the Holocaust.


Tear gas triggers stampede at Venezuela nightclub, resulting in 17 deaths
The club in Caracas was packed with teenagers celebrating their high school graduation when a fight broke out and a canister was set off, officials said.


Afghanistan extends cease-fire with Taliban as fighters celebrate Eid with civilians
But violence in the province of Nangahar threatened to undercut the positive momentum.


British prime minister 'disappointed' that male Tory colleague blocked 'upskirting' law
Despite support from the government, a plan to make “upskirting” a criminal offense was somewhat derailed on Friday.


A woman went to check her corn — and was swallowed by a python
It's the second time in two years that one of the rarest and most gruesome ways to die was documented in Indonesia.


After a killing, an Israeli soldier and an Arab family confronted justice
Teen’s father says Palestinians have no rights; soldier says he was abandoned by the system.


The retreat of rescue ships from the Mediterranean is a sign of changing odds for migrants
Humanitarian organizations are under political pressure from Europe and Libya.


Two years after Colombia’s peace accord, the historic pact is in jeopardy
Violence and guerrilla warfare seem to be returning as the South American nation votes for a new president.


It’s Beer Day in Britain. Where are your children? Likely with you at the pub.
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3 dead, dozens injured by quake in Osaka in western Japan
A strong earthquake knocked over walls and set off scattered fires around metropolitan Osaka in western Japan on Monday morning, killing at least three people and injuring dozens.


Vietnam arrests 8 people after economic zone law protests
Vietnamese police have arrested eight more people after protests a week ago over a proposed law on special economic zones that protesters fear would fall in the hands of Chinese investors, state media reported Monday.


The Latest: 3 confirmed dead in western Japan earthquake
The Latest on the earthquake in Japan (all times local):


Japanese disaster authorities say two people were found without vital signs and 41 others were injured by an earthquake
Japanese disaster authorities say two people were found without vital signs and 41 others were injured by an earthquake.


The Latest: Ex-rebels want to meet with new Colombia leader
The latest on Colombia’s presidential election (all times local):


Conservative wins Colombia’s presidency in divisive election
Ivan Duque, the young conservative protege of a powerful former president, was elected Colombia’s next leader Sunday after promising to roll back a fragile peace accord that has divided the South American nation.
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