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Frank Giles, 100, Editor Snared in ‘Hitler Diaries’ Hoax

Shortly thereafter, The Sunday Times apologized to its readers, though the apology itself also came in for ridicule. “Serious journalism is a high-risk enterprise,” it began, but critics...

Soldier Kills Man at Lebanon Protest, 1st Fatality in Nation’s Turmoil

BEIRUT, Lebanon — A local official for a Lebanese political party was shot dead by soldiers trying to open a road closed by protesters in southern Beirut late...

Mexico, a Haven for Leftists in Exile, Provides Evo Morales With a Landing Spot

MEXICO CITY — When Evo Morales stepped off a Mexican government plane on Tuesday and into exile on Mexican soil, he followed a well-trod path. During the past...

Turkey Detains a Top Journalist Again, Signaling a Continuing Crackdown

ISTANBUL — A Turkish judge ordered a prominent journalist detained again on Tuesday — only a week after he was released — signaling President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s intention...

51 Children Hurt in Chemical Attack at Chinese Elementary School

A man sprayed a corrosive chemical inside a kindergarten in southwest China, injuring 51 students and three teachers, according to the official state news agency.The attack,...

Photos From the Hong Kong Protests

Angry demonstrators spread out across Hong Kong on Tuesday, disrupting transportation and the central business district and setting fires on a college campus, while riot police officers sprayed...

Your Wednesday Briefing – The New York Times

SoftBank’s big money hits hard downstreamThrough its $100 billion Vision Fund, the Japanese tech giant SoftBank has poured cash into fledgling companies that dangled incentives and other payments...

Behind Trump’s Dealings With Turkey: Sons-in-Law Married to Power

The skyscrapers, which opened in 2012 as Trump Towers Istanbul, pay the Trump Organization only a licensing fee — $5 million to $10 million a year in the...

Spain’s Left Comes Up With Tentative Deal to Form a Government

MADRID — Two days after elections weakened his hand, Pedro Sánchez, Spain’s caretaker Socialist prime minister, made an abrupt U-turn on Tuesday and agreed to partner with a...

The SoftBank Effect: How $100 Billion Left Workers in a Hole

SoftBank’s money barreled into Mr. Solankey’s hotel in July 2018.That month, Oyo told the hotelier it would bring him high-paying corporate travelers if he joined its network and...

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Frank Giles, 100, Editor Snared in ‘Hitler Diaries’ Hoax

Shortly thereafter, The Sunday Times apologized to its readers, though the apology itself also came in for ridicule. “Serious journalism is a high-risk...

Soldier Kills Man at Lebanon Protest, 1st Fatality in Nation’s Turmoil

BEIRUT, Lebanon — A local official for a Lebanese political party was shot dead by soldiers trying to open a road closed by...

Mexico, a Haven for Leftists in Exile, Provides Evo Morales With a Landing Spot

MEXICO CITY — When Evo Morales stepped off a Mexican government plane on Tuesday and into exile on Mexican soil, he followed a...