Dilma Rousseff Is Ousted as Brazil’s President in Impeachment Vote

By SIMON ROMERO 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - The vote to convict Ms. Rousseff on charges of manipulating the federal budget was also a verdict on her leadership and Brazil’s eroding fortunes.
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Mexicans Accuse President of ‘Historic Error’ in Welcoming Donald Trump

By AZAM AHMED 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - Many Mexican citizens are angry that President Enrique Peña Nieto would meet with Mr. Trump, let alone extend him an invitation.
Mexicans Accuse President of ‘Historic Error’ in Welcoming Donald Trump
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Live: Donald Trump Calls Mexican President ‘a Friend’

By ALEX BURNS, MAGGIE HABERMAN and KIRK SEMPLE 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - Mr. Trump said he focused on the two nations’ shared economic and security interests, and discussed his plan to build a border wall but not who would pay for it.
Live: Donald Trump Calls Mexican President ‘a Friend’
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Myanmar Peace Talks Begin, High in Symbolism and in Skepticism

By STÉPHANIE GIRY and WAI MOE 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - The country’s leader, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, opened a conference intended to bring together hundreds of ethnic armed groups and end decades of conflict.
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In Afghanistan’s Farm Belt, Women Lead Unions and Find New Status

By MUJIB MASHAL 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - The farmers’ unions have helped ensure a more reliable and diverse food supply in an often famine-struck region, while also empowering its female leadership.
In Afghanistan’s Farm Belt, Women Lead Unions and Find New Status
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Canada to Join China-Led Bank, Signaling Readiness to Bolster Ties

By JANE PERLEZ 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - The membership would provide a lift for the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, which is widely seen as a counterweight to the World Bank.
Canada to Join China-Led Bank, Signaling Readiness to Bolster Ties
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Senior ISIS Strategist and Spokesman Is Reported Killed in Syria

By ERIC SCHMITT and ANNE BARNARD 2016-08-31T00:00:00-5:00 - Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, who was behind the Islamic State’s call for attacks against Western interests around the world, died in Aleppo Province, the group said.
Senior ISIS Strategist and Spokesman Is Reported Killed in Syria
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Russia Claims Credit for Killing Senior ISIS Leader in Syria

By IVAN NECHEPURENKO 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - The Pentagon quickly dismissed the claim, a challenge to an American report that one of its drone strikes had killed Abu Muhammad al-Adnani in Syria.
Russia Claims Credit for Killing Senior ISIS Leader in Syria
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Does Killing Terrorist Leaders Make Any Difference? Scholars Are Doubtful

By MAX FISHER 2016-08-31T00:00:00-5:00 - Terrorist organizations have features that make them resilient in the face of a senior officer’s death, researchers have found.
Does Killing Terrorist Leaders Make Any Difference? Scholars Are Doubtful
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Islam Karimov, Uzbekistan’s President, Is Gravely Ill. No, Wait! He’s Fine.

By NEIL MacFARQUHAR 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - The mystery surrounding the health of the Uzbek leader has historical roots in the old Soviet Union.
Islam Karimov, Uzbekistan’s President, Is Gravely Ill. No, Wait! He’s Fine.
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2 Months After ‘Brexit’ Vote, Britain’s Push to Leave E.U. Is a Muddle

By STEPHEN CASTLE 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - Between turf wars and competing interests, the government is having trouble devising a coherent plan for ending four decades of integration with Europe.
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Danish Team Removes 500 Tons of Chemical Weapons From Libya

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 2016-08-31T06:20:53-5:00 - A Danish-led international operation to rid Libya of its chemical weapons has removed 500 tons of chemicals from the North African country, Denmark said Wednesday.
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Gabon’s President, Ali Bongo Ondimba, Is Re-Elected in Disputed Result

By DIONNE SEARCEY 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - The Central African nation was bracing for violence after Mr. Bongo won an election that supporters of his opponent, Jean Ping, claimed was fraudulent.
Gabon’s President, Ali Bongo Ondimba, Is Re-Elected in Disputed Result
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Truck Bomb Kills 15 in Somalia; Shabab Claim Responsibility

By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN and HUSSEIN MOHAMED 2016-08-31T00:00:00-5:00 - A truck loaded with explosives blew up outside of a popular hotel in Mogadishu where government officials were meeting.
Truck Bomb Kills 15 in Somalia; Shabab Claim Responsibility
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Suspicions Confirmed: Couple Faked Photographs in Everest Climb

By KAI SCHULTZ and NIDA NAJAR 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - They claimed they were the first Indian couple to ascend the world’s highest peak, but their “proof” consisted of clumsy forgeries, as many climbers had said.
Suspicions Confirmed: Couple Faked Photographs in Everest Climb
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Chinese School With Mass Illness Is Deemed Safe, but Many Doubt Findings

By KIKI ZHAO 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - The city of Changzhou says tests have cleared the school that became a focus of national outrage when nearly 500 students got sick. But questions persist.
Chinese School With Mass Illness Is Deemed Safe, but Many Doubt Findings
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Marc Riboud, Photojournalist Who Found Grace in the Turbulent, Dies at 93

By RICHARD B. WOODWARD 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - A protégé of Henri Cartier-Bresson, he routinely traveled to restive places throughout Asia and Africa in the 1950s and ’60s as part of his decades-long career.
Marc Riboud, Photojournalist Who Found Grace in the Turbulent, Dies at 93
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Scheduled Flights to Cuba From U.S. Begin Again, Now With Jet Engines

By FRANCES ROBLES 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - The last time that an airline in the United States had a regularly scheduled flight to the island, the passengers flew on a propeller plane.
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France’s Burkini Debate Reverberates Around the World

By DAN BILEFSKY 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - In other countries, the body-covering swimwear has been embraced as a symbol of modesty, liberation and even diversity.
France’s Burkini Debate Reverberates Around the World
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North Korea Has Executed a Deputy Premier, Seoul Reports

By CHOE SANG-HUN 2016-09-01T00:00:00-5:00 - The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, has executed the deputy premier for education, Kim Yong-jin, and purged two other senior officials, South Korea said.
North Korea Has Executed a Deputy Premier, Seoul Reports
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Japanese Government Urges Another Increase in Military Spending

By MOTOKO RICH 2016-08-31T00:00:00-5:00 - Missile defenses are a major focus amid challenges from North Korea and China. But the budget proposal is a test of Japan’s commitment to pacifism.
Japanese Government Urges Another Increase in Military Spending
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Safety Tip for Visitors From India’s Culture Minister: ‘Don’t Wear Skirts’

By DANIEL VICTOR 2016-08-31T00:00:00-5:00 - The minister’s remarks drew broad criticism in a country trying to convince female tourists that they need not fear sexual assault.
Safety Tip for Visitors From India’s Culture Minister: ‘Don’t Wear Skirts’
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Few Consular Visits for American Held in North Korea

By RICK GLADSTONE 2016-08-31T00:00:00-5:00 - Otto F. Warmbier, a student sentenced to 15 years of hard labor, has received just one visit in nearly six months from the Swedish diplomats who look after American consular interests.
Few Consular Visits for American Held in North Korea
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Police in China Push for Trial of Tibetan Education Advocate

By EDWARD WONG 2016-08-31T00:00:00-5:00 - Tashi Wangchuk has been investigated for interviews he did last year with The New York Times and could face 15 years in prison on a charge of inciting separatism.
Police in China Push for Trial of Tibetan Education Advocate
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Emmanuel Macron, Eyeing French Presidency, Resigns as Economy Minister

By ADAM NOSSITER 2016-08-31T00:00:00-5:00 - Mr. Macron, who challenged many Socialist Party orthodoxies and infuriated France’s unions, said he was stepping down to “undertake a new step in my struggle.”
Emmanuel Macron, Eyeing French Presidency, Resigns as Economy Minister
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Aid Group’s Gaza Branch Manager, Accused of Diverting Funds to Hamas, Is Arraigned

By DIAA HADID 2016-08-31T00:00:00-5:00 - Mohammad El Halabi, of World Vision’s Gaza branch, is accused by Israel of funneling $43 million to Hamas. He was arraigned at a closed hearing on Tuesday.
Aid Group’s Gaza Branch Manager, Accused of Diverting Funds to Hamas, Is Arraigned
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Mob in Ukraine Drives Dozens of Roma From Their Homes

By LINCOLN PIGMAN 2016-08-31T00:00:00-5:00 - Residents blamed them for the rape and death of a 9-year-old, but a rights group noted that the suspect who was arrested was not of that ethnic group.
Mob in Ukraine Drives Dozens of Roma From Their Homes
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A 600-Year-Old Money Pit in the Scottish Highlands

By KIMIKO DE FREYTAS-TAMURA 2016-08-31T00:00:00-5:00 - The Maclean clan’s castle, with its leaky walls and collapsed ceilings, sits on an island where blustery, rainy weather makes a need for repairs constant.
A 600-Year-Old Money Pit in the Scottish Highlands
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China, Eager to Host Elite Club, Primps for G-20 Meeting

By JANE PERLEZ and YUFAN HUANG 2016-08-31T00:00:00-5:00 - As it prepares for its biggest summit yet, China is forcing residents out of nearby towers, idling factories and ordering workers to take vacation.
China, Eager to Host Elite Club, Primps for G-20 Meeting
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Chinese Women Head Overseas to Freeze Their Eggs

By CAROLYN ZHANG 2016-08-31T00:00:00-5:00 - Beijing allows only married couples to undergo fertility treatments, so many single women are looking abroad to give themselves more time to have children.
Chinese Women Head Overseas to Freeze Their Eggs
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