The New York Times International Edition in Print for Thursday, Aug. 11, 2022

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    F.B.I. agents reportedly searched former President Donald J. Trump’s residence and office, as a well as a storage unit, at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla.
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    F.B.I. Search of Trump’s Home Pushes Long Conflict Into Public View

    Justice Department officials were worried that the former president had not fully complied with requests to return material taken from the White House that included possible classified information.

    By Maggie HabermanBen ProtessMichael S. SchmidtLuke Broadwater and

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    Daniel Maffei, who leads the Federal Maritime Commission, at Newark’s port, part of the East Coast’s largest container shipping hub.
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    Can Global Shipping Be Fixed? One Regulator Will Try.

    The Federal Maritime Commission, traditionally obscure, has been cast by Congress and the administration to help lead the campaign to tame inflation.

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      Serena Williams announced plans to retire after this year’s U.S. Open in an essay published Tuesday.
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      Sports of The Times

      Serena Williams Leaves Tennis Just as She Played: On Her Own Terms

      Williams brought her own distinctive flair to tennis, challenging norms that governed fashion, power, decorum, race and gender. By being herself, Williams’s reach far exceeded the game.

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      José Rubén Zamora, one of Guatemala’s leading independent journalists, was arrested at his home on the evening of July 29.
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      Guest Essay

      Guatemala’s Corrupt Officials Train Their Sights on the Press

      The arrest of José Rubén Zamora, an award-winning journalist and president of the elPeriódico newspaper, marks an escalation of the government’s assault on democratic values.

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