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Brexit-battered Theresa May resigns, and the scrum to replace her begins

Brexit-battered and ridiculed, British Prime Minister Theresa May bows out. Boris Johnson and others in her Conservative Party throw their hats in the ring.

Midnight in Tripoli brings kebab stands and picnics, but the enemy is at the gates

Residents of Libya's capital do their best to try to ignore the thud of rockets and the battles for their city raging just miles away.

Trump returns to Japan for a visit heavy on sumo and symbolism

President Trump's provocative comments have sharpened long-simmering questions over Japan’s security dependence on the United States.

Six migrant children have died in U.S. custody. Here’s what we know about them

Six children — ages 2 1/2 to 16 — have died since September after being detained when they crossed the border. Five were from Guatemala and one was from El Salvador.

Tariffs pressure Chinese factories to upgrade or move, not to the U.S. but to a ‘second China’

Rising labor costs had already been driving China's low-end manufacturers toward Southeast Asia. Trump's tariffs are pushing them to transform, or move faster.

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