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The settlement is the latest fallout from Mr. Ghosn’s arrest in Japan on suspicion of attempting to hide part of his compensation from investors.
Nissan and Carlos Ghosn Settle S.E.C. Charges of Underreporting Compensation
The country’s foreign minister, on the defensive after attacks on Saudi oil facilities, says Iran has lost hope that the Europeans will counterbalance American sanctions.
A Year Later, Iran Finds Evaporating Sympathy at the U.N.
Beijing hopes its social credit system will use vast troves of data to quickly punish companies accused of wrongdoing. U.S. firms could get hit, too.
China’s Big Brother Targets Business
On Aug. 11, undercover officers in Hong Kong infiltrated crowds and severely beat protesters. We examined footage from that night and, for the first time, three men injured by the police told us their stories, painting a vivid picture of what happened.
‘I Was Begging for Mercy’: How Undercover Officers in Hong Kong Launched a Bloody Crackdown
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.
Europe Tries to Seize Momentum for a New Deal on Migration
Officials said that as many as 40 people, including children, may have died during a raid on an insurgent stronghold in the southern province of Helmand.
Dozens of Civilians Reported Killed in Afghan Commando Strike
The wooden structure at Precious Talent Top School crumbled as the school day began on Monday, officials said.
School Collapses in Kenya, Killing at Least 7 Students
The prime minister has long turned controversy into opportunity, but his friendship with an American woman carries hints of financial improprieties.
Boris Johnson Faces a New Scandal, and ‘People See Blood in the Water’
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.
One Brother Stabbed the Other. The Journalist Who Wrote About It Paid a Price.
Activists say Thailand’s tiger zoos amount to little more than farms, which produce animal parts for a thriving black market.
Thailand Shuttered a Notorious Tiger Zoo, but the Problem Has Only Gotten Worse
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