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Ecuador clashes rage despite military-backed curfew

QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuadorean police battled masked men who launched homemade projectiles at them in downtown Quito on Sunday, as protesters defied a...

U.S. to pull last troops from north Syria; Syrian army to redeploy on border

WASHINGTON/BEIRUT (Reuters) - The United States said on Sunday it will withdraw its remaining 1,000 troops from northern Syria in the face of...

Timeline: Key dates in Catalonia's independence bid

(Reuters) - Spain’s Supreme Court is expected to announce on Monday its verdict for 12 Catalan separatist leaders tried for their role in...

As options narrow on Syria, Trump prepares to drop sanctions hammer on Turkey

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump’s administration is set to impose economic sanctions on Ankara, potentially as early as this week, for its...

Hungary's opposition wins Budapest election, makes gains in other cities

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary’s opposition scored its biggest election victory in a decade on Sunday when liberal challenger Gergely Karacsony ousted ruling-party incumbent...

Spain readies for landmark ruling on Catalan independence trial

MADRID (Reuters) - Spain’s Supreme Court is expected to announce on Monday its highly-anticipated verdict in the trial of 12 Catalan separatist leaders...

Thousands of Saied supporters celebrate his projected presidential win

TUNIS (Reuters) - Thousands of supporters of presidential candidate Kais Saied thronged the grand boulevards of central Tunis in celebration late on Sunday...

UK PM Johnson to set out post-Brexit law and order drive in Queen's Speech

LONDON (Reuters) - Queen Elizabeth will on Monday announce several new pieces of legislation to reform Britain’s justice system, in a ceremonial speech...

Poland's ruling nationalists seen on course to remain in power for second term

WARSAW, Poland (Reuters) - Poland’s nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) was on course to keep its ruling majority after a general election on...

Your Monday Briefing – The New York Times

Turkish airstrikes deepen Syria’s chaosHundreds of relatives of Islamic State fighters fled a detention camp run by Kurds after Turkish airstrikes hit the...

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