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Report: Mexican journalists, activists targeted with spyware

MEXICO CITY — Mexican journalists, lawyers and activists were targeted by spyware produced by Israel’s NSO Group that is sold exclusively to governments, according to an internet watchdog group’s investigation published Monday.Titled “Reckless Exploit,” the report by Citizen Lab at the Uni
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Venezuela walks out of Americas summit in Mexico

CANCUN, Mexico — Venezuela’s foreign minister walked out of a meeting of regional diplomats to discuss the South American country’s ongoing political crisis as a 17-year-old anti-government demonstrator was shot and killed Monday during clashes with security forces.As she left the Organization
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Inside Melania Trump’s home town

Last week, Melania Trump began calling Washington, D.C., home, giving the nation’s capital something in common with the small, hilly Slovenian town of Sevnica.With a population of only 5,000, the town was mostly known for its red wine and dry sausages, The Washington Post’s Rick Noack reported
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Investigators question how a Navy destroyer and a container ship collided

TOKYO — A U.S. Coast Guard investigative team arrived Monday in Japan to start piecing together the sequence of events that led to a deadly weekend collision between a Navy destroyer and a fully loaded container ship four times its size. There are now multiple investigations into the accident,
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A corruption scandal wrecked Brazil’s economy. Now, workers face the consequences.

SAO PAULO, Brazil — Ricardo Coelho was a 50-year-old engineer at the peak of his career when he traded his calculator for a pair of eyebrow tweezers.Once a top executive at the Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht, he found himself stranded with no prospects two years ago when the firm’s chie
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After an attacker targeted Muslims in London’s Finsbury Park, a local imam may have saved his life

The worshipers were attending to an elderly man who'd fallen suddenly ill after evening prayers when terror struck. A man intent on killing Muslims plowed a rented van into the group of Londoners — killing one and injuring 10 more — before jumping out and taunting them with slurs, according to w
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Europe divided, China gratified as Greece blocks E.U. statement over human rights

BEIJING — Money really can buy love, and in China’s case, it appears to be helping to keep the European Union divided and ineffective.Greece, a significant recipient of Chinese investment, blocked an E.U. statement at the United Nations last week criticizing China’s human rights record — des
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A neighborhood accused of terrorist ties has become a victim of terrorism

LONDON — For years, Finsbury Park was considered a hotbed of Islamist extremism. A relatively deprived immigrant neighborhood in North London, it was the home of the Finsbury Park Mosque — infamous for housing the radical Egyptian cleric known as Abu Hamza al-Masri, who was later extradited to
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Driver dies after ramming car into police vehicle on Champs-Elysees in probable terrorist attack

PARIS — A car exploded as it crashed into a police vehicle on Paris’s famed Champs-Elysees on Monday in what authorities called a probable terrorist attack. Police were treating the incident as a deliberate act, and the Paris prosecutor opened a terrorism investigation.The driver, whose identit
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Pakistan defeats India in proxy war between batters and bowlers

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Army troops whooped and cheered in remote barracks. Pandemonium erupted around TV sets in crowded city markets. Banks and oil companies took out full-page newspaper messages. The prime minister sent a video congratulating the nation from a pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.In a word
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