The New York Times International Edition in Print for Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2022

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    President Jair Bolsonaro greeting supporters last month in Salvador, Brazil. Mr. Bolsonaro has consistently attacked voting machines in the country as susceptible to fraud, leading to questions about his willingness to accept an election loss.
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    The Question Menacing Brazil’s Elections: Coup or No Coup?

    President Bolsonaro has warned of voter fraud and suggested he would dispute a loss in October’s vote, but the political establishment believes he lacks support to stage a coup.

    By Jack Nicas and

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    Imran Khan at a rally in Lahore, Pakistan, this month.
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    News Analysis

    Pakistan’s Imran Khan Is Now the Target of Forces He Once Wielded

    Old allies like the military have turned against him, but the former prime minister’s appeal on the street has only grown stronger, setting up a dangerous showdown.

    By Christina Goldbaum and

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