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    North Korea Tests New Weapon

    North Korea had declared a moratorium on missile tests after the launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile in November 2017.

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    As Rich Lavish Cash on Notre-Dame, Many Ask: What About the Needy?

    The spectacle of billionaires trying to one-up each other quickly intensified resentments over inequality that have animated the Yellow Vest movement.

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    The Human Wedge in a Fracturing U.K. Conservative Party

    While others dive for cover, Mark Francois is loudly campaigning for a no-deal Brexit that few still defend — and helping splinter the Tories.

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    Climate Protests in London Occupy Major Landmarks

    More than 300 have been arrested as part of a global civil disobedience campaign demanding immediate government action on climate change, with more confrontations expected.

Dispatches

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    Life and Death in an Ancient Polish Forest

    A European court stopped logging in the Bialowieza Forest in Poland. But many still fear for its future.

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    CreditDan Balilty for The New York Times

    Inside Netanyahu’s Base and Why Voters Stuck By Him

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is caught up in a corruption scandal that had threatened his bid for reelection. But he survived the challenge and is now in a position to win a fourth consecutive term. We talked to voters to understand why they continued to support him.

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    CreditJes Aznar for The New York Times

    A Family Craft With a Deadly Toll: Illegal Gun Making

    The gun trade has provided a livelihood for generations in a remote, poor area of the Philippines. It also fuels terrorism, political murders and extrajudicial killings.

China’s Reach

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    A Chinese Tycoon Sought Power and Influence. Washington Responded.

    Ye Jianming courted the Biden family and networked with former United States security officials. Today, his empire is crashing down in court.

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