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Putin Ally Acknowledges Founding Wagner Mercenary Group

Yevgeny V. Prigozhin, a Russian businessman and close associate of President Vladimir V. Putin, acknowledged on Monday that he is…

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Amid G.O.P. Cash Crunch, One Very Flush Ally May Soon Share the Wealth

Former President Donald J. Trump is considering launching a raft of television ads to bolster Republicans in key races around…

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Blackpink and the Limits of K-Pop Maximalism

As K-pop was broadening its global ambitions in the late 2000s and early 2010s, it was also expanding its appetite,…

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Rainbow Armbands Are New Flash Point for FIFA and Qatar World Cup

LONDON — FIFA and World Cup organizers came under pressure on Wednesday from a group of European soccer federations who…

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Amid Court Fight, L.G.B.T.Q. Club Proposes a Compromise to Yeshiva

An L.G.B.T.Q. student group offered to delay seeking recognition from Yeshiva University, its members said Wednesday, after a U.S. Supreme…

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Explosion Kills 8 Police Officers in Colombia

BOGOTA, Colombia — An explosion on Friday afternoon killed eight police officers who were heading to a social welfare event…

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U.S. Says Al Qaeda Has Not Regrouped in Afghanistan

WASHINGTON — American spy agencies have concluded in a new intelligence assessment that Al Qaeda has not reconstituted its presence…

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A Cease-Fire Holds After a 3-Day Gaza Conflict: Key Takeaways

JERUSALEM — A cease-fire ending three days of fierce cross-border fighting between Israel and a Palestinian militant group in Gaza…

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Business

Hunting for Voter Fraud, Conspiracy Theorists Organize ‘Stakeouts’

One night last month, on the recommendation of a man known online as Captain K, a small group gathered in…

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Al-Zawahri’s Death Puts the Focus Back on Al Qaeda

WASHINGTON — No terrorist group, not even the Islamic State, has had the notoriety and immediate name recognition of Al…

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