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Russia Detains a Wall Street Journal Reporter, Accusing Him of Espionage
The Russian authorities said on Thursday that they had detained an American journalist, Evan Gershkovich, a Wall Street Journal correspondent based in
Putin’s top security adviser holds talks with India’s prime minister as Moscow seeks closer ties.
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Soldiers amass near nuclear plant Russia and Ukraine are ramping up their military forces in southern Ukraine. Now, concerns are rising about
Philippines Ferry Fire Kills at Least 10
A passenger ferry caught fire overnight in the southern Philippines, killing at least 10 people, officials said on Thursday. The ship was
Soldiers Massing Near Ukrainian Nuclear Plant, U.N. Official Warns
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Mexico Investigates Migrant Deaths in Border City Fire as Homicide Case
CIUDAD JUÁREZ, Mexico — Mexican officials announced on Wednesday that they were investigating a fire at a migrant detention center in Ciudad Juárez as
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