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It may sound extreme, but it’s normal in the Netherlands.
A Peculiarly Dutch Summer Rite: Children Abandoned in the Night Woods
Officers in riot gear dispersed protesters from outside the Chinese liaison office, and some demonstrators defaced a crest of the Beijing government with black ink and graffiti.
Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas and Rubber Bullets; Protesters Target Beijing’s Office
Jagmeet Singh, the first nonwhite candidate to lead a major national political party in Canada, will try to unseat Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
A Historic Contender for Canada’s Top Political Job
Preparing for Britain's next leader.
Your Monday Briefing
A British warship tried without success to stop the capture of an oil tanker near the Strait of Hormuz, a recording released on Sunday showed.
‘If You Obey, You Will Be Safe’: Audio Emerges of Iran and U.K. Exchanges Before Tanker Is Seized
Volodymyr Zelensky, a former comedian who was elected in April, is seeking to strengthen his position by leading his party to control of the country’s Parliament.
In Ukraine Snap Elections, New President Aims to Consolidate Power
The carmakers must reinvigorate their alliance and share the cost of a shift to electric, self-driving cars, Renault’s chairman and a Nissan board member said in separate interviews.
Renault and Nissan Need Each Other to Thrive in Future, 2 Leaders Say
Mr. Abe’s governing coalition won a majority in the upper house of Parliament, the public broadcaster said, but failed to win enough seats to revise Japan’s pacifist Constitution.
Shinzo Abe Declares Victory in Japan Election but Without Mandate to Revise Constitution
The government is said to be considering a revision to laws that require women to get the permission of a male guardian to marry, apply for a passport or travel out of the country.
Saudi Guardianship Laws Could Be Set to Change. Here’s How Women Are Reacting.
Mr. Hammond, the chancellor of the Exchequer in Theresa May’s cabinet, has been a prominent opponent of leaving the European Union without an agreement.
Philip Hammond, U.K. Finance Chief, Says He’ll Quit Rather Than Serve Boris Johnson