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Warrants accused them of incitement to commit a felony and plotting treason, charges they say are baseless and proof of Hun Sen’s strangling of dissent.
Exiled Cambodian Opposition Leaders Are Indicted as Prime Minister Tightens Grip
After Mr. Bercow ruled out a third Brexit vote, he instantly became one of the most hated — and admired — men in the country.
Scapegoat or Hero? John Bercow, Commons Speaker, Upends Brexit
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Boeing, New Zealand, Utrecht: Your Wednesday Briefing
The push against the Iraqi groups by top American officials has fueled tensions between the two nations and within the Trump administration.
U.S. Pressures Iraq Over Embrace of Militias Linked to Iran
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she will not name the suspected gunman in the Christchurch massacre in an effort to deny him notoriety and publicity for his views.
New Zealand Is Loath to Use Suspect’s Name to Avoid Amplifying His Cause
Popocatépetl, the active volcano that rises some 40 miles southeast of the Mexican capital, exploded Monday night.
Mexican Volcano Lights Up the Night Sky, and Social Media
The captives are suspected of involvement in a restaurant bombing in January, in which at least 11 Syrians also died.
U.S.-Backed Forces in Syria Arrest Suspects in Attack That Killed 4 Americans
Cardinal Philippe Barbarin was found guilty of failing to report child molestation by a priest, but Pope Francis said he should step aside only temporarily.
Pope Rejects Resignation of French Cardinal Convicted of Abuse Cover-Up
A 37-year-old Turkish immigrant has been arrested over the shooting, which left at least three people dead.
Dutch Tram Attack May Be Terrorism, Police Say
Climate change and population growth, meaning less supply and more demand, could equal an “existential threat,” England’s environment chief warned.
Britain (Yes, Rainy Britain) Could Run Short of Water by 2050, Official Says