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Europe Tries to Seize Momentum for a New Deal on Migration

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With a populist leader ousted in Italy, many see the chance to reach an agreement on distributing arrivals around the Continent, suffocating far-right arguments.

School Collapses in Kenya, Killing at Least 7 Students

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The wooden structure at Precious Talent Top School crumbled as the school day began on Monday, officials said.

FIFA’s Best? It Depends on Whom You Ask. So We Asked.

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Every year, FIFA asks soccer’s captains and coaches to nominate the best player in the world. It sounds like an easy question. It is not.

DealBook Briefing: WeWork May Be Headed for Civil War

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Some directors and large investors in the company, including SoftBank, want Adam Neumann out as C.E.O. So far, he doesn’t appear willing to go.

Iran Says British Tanker Is Free to Go After 2 Months of Detention

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Iran had accused the British-flagged tanker, the Stena Impero, of violating maritime regulations in the Strait of Hormuz, but the seizure on July 19 was widely seen as retaliation for the detention of an Iranian tanker off Gibraltar.

Tour Operator Thomas Cook Collapses, Stranding Hundreds of Thousands

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The liquidation of the world’s oldest travel company has set in motion what was being described as the biggest peacetime repatriation in British history.

The President, Joe Biden and Ukraine

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A secret whistle-blower complaint has raised questions about whether President Trump improperly pressured a foreign government to investigate a political opponent.

What We Learned in N.F.L. Week 3

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The Ravens got uncomfortably close to the Chiefs, some young quarterbacks (like Daniel Jones) looked great, and the Cowboys and Patriots delivered easy blowouts.

Closing My Curtains for Xi Jinping and His Grand Parade

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Beijing is banning kites and balloons as it celebrates the 70th birthday of modern China. I, too, would have to go.

Where Theory Meets Chalk, Dust Flies

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A photo survey of the blackboards of mathematicians.

What We Learned in N.F.L. Week 3

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The Ravens got uncomfortably close to the Chiefs, some young quarterbacks (like Daniel Jones) looked awfully good, and the Cowboys and Patriots delivered easy blowouts.

Exploring a Possible Link Between C-Sections and Autism

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Children born by cesarean section may have important differences that affect their neurodevelopment.

Why Can’t We Stop Pancreatic Cancer?

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There is little a person can do to prevent it, and there is nothing comparable to mammography or colonoscopy to screen for it when it is most amenable to cure.

Thailand Shuttered a Notorious Tiger Zoo, but the Problem Has Only Gotten Worse

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Activists say Thailand’s tiger zoos amount to little more than farms, which produce animal parts for a thriving black market.

Georgia Won a Big Game. Now Comes the Hard Part.

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The No. 3 Bulldogs beat No. 7 Notre Dame, 23-17, setting Georgia up for another run at a national title. Or not.

Older People Are Ignored and Distorted in Ageist Marketing, Report Finds

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New research from AARP finds that images of “seniors” do not reflect the reality of how older generations work and play.

Police Dressed as Protesters: How Undercover Police in Hong Kong Severely Injured People

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Officers dressed like demonstrators launched a bloody crackdown. Now, the men they targeted are telling their stories.

One Brother Stabbed the Other. The Journalist Who Wrote About It Paid a Price.

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The use of Europe’s ‘right to be forgotten’ privacy law has broadened, illustrated by two Italian brothers, a stabbing and the journalist who wrote about them.

In the Decade Since Madoff, Ponzi Schemers Try New Tactics

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The S.E.C. has prosecuted 50 percent more Ponzi cases in the last 10 years. Those scams cost their victims $31 billion.

Daniel Jones Runs the Giants to a Win in His First Start

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Losing Saquon Barkley in the second quarter, Jones threw for two touchdowns and carried two in himself for a win over the Buccaneers.

Trump’s Hold on Military Aid Blindsided Top Ukrainian Officials

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The withholding of aid is now at the center of questions about whether President Trump manipulated foreign policy to pressure the Ukrainian government to take action damaging to Joseph R. Biden Jr.

Trump’s Hold on Military Aid Blindsided Top Ukrainian Officials

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The withholding of aid is now at the center of questions about whether President Trump manipulated foreign policy to pressure the Ukrainian government to take action damaging to Joseph R. Biden Jr.

Biden’s Work in Ukraine: What We Know and Don’t Know

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No evidence has surfaced that the former vice president intentionally tried to help his son by pressing for the ouster of a Ukrainian prosecutor.

C. C. Sabathia Says Goodbye at Yankee Stadium

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The veteran pitcher was given a proper send-off on a day when Luis Severino threw five scoreless innings and the Yankees completed their final homestand.

It’s a Fact: Mistakes Are Embarrassing the Publishing Industry

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Errors and controversies involving several high-profile books are forcing writers and publishers to reconsider how they handle fact-checking.

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