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    A predominantly Muslim area of Leicester, England. Experts say the tangles between mostly Hindu and Muslim men last month were only the latest examples of how toxic politics in India have migrated overseas.
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    Tensions That Roiled English City Have Roots in India

    Violent confrontations in Leicester have prompted soul searching in an area long heralded as a success story of diversity and integration among its large Indian diaspora.


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      Liu Jingyao filed a civil suit accusing the Chinese tech billionaire Richard Liu of raping her in Minneapolis in 2018.
      CreditCaroline Yang for The New York Times

      Settlement Reached in U.S. Court on Chinese #MeToo Case

      The case, involving a billionaire entrepreneur, riveted observers in China, where women alleging sexual wrongdoing by powerful men are often pilloried, silenced or both.

      By Amy Qin and

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    Kwasi Kwarteng, Britain’s chancellor of the Exchequer, announced a series of tax cuts that sent the markets spiraling.
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    How the U.K. Finance Minister Came to Ignore Finance Experts

    Kwasi Kwarteng, the chancellor of the Exchequer, faces widespread anger over the tax cuts he and Liz Truss have pushed, but their history of dismissing the economic establishment goes back years.


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    President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia displayed on Friday on a screen in Moscow as he addressed the sham annexation of four regions of Ukraine.
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    In Washington, Putin’s Nuclear Threats Stir Growing Alarm

    In a gathering Cold War atmosphere, American officials are gaming out responses should Russia resort to battlefield nuclear weapons.

    By David E. SangerAnton Troianovski and

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    Relatives and medical staff tending to one of the victims of an attack on a learning center Friday in the Dasht-e-Barchi neighborhood in Kabul.
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    Blast at Education Center in Kabul Kills at Least 19

    The violence was the latest to target the country’s Hazara ethnic minority and increased fears about the Taliban’s ability to provide security for all of their citizens.

    By Yaqoob Akbary and

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    The entrance to the Tham Luang Cave in Chiang Rai province, Thailand, last month. The rescue of 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped in the cave in 2018 has since become the focus of documentary films and Hollywood blockbusters.
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    4 Years After Thrilling Cave Rescue, Sleepy Park Readies for Onslaught

    An unheralded national park in Thailand was the center of global attention when 12 boys were trapped in a cave there. In the wake of major movies about the rescue, the park expects a visitor surge.

    By Richard C. Paddock and

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    A la izquierda, el contendiente, el expresidente Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva; a la derecha, el actual presidente, Jair Bolsonaro. Da Silva lidera las encuestas.
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    El país, entre dos titanes políticos: Bolsonaro y Lula da Silva

    Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, un expresidente que estuvo en prisión por un escándalo de corrupción, busca vencer al presidente Jair Bolsonaro, quien ha cuestionado la integridad de las elecciones de este domingo.