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U.S. to Allow Some Asylum Seekers Rejected Under Trump to Reopen Cases

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is broadening the pool of migrants who will be allowed to enter the United States to make asylum claims, in…

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Saudi Operatives Who Killed Khashoggi Received Paramilitary Training in U.S.

The approval would have allowed members of the Saudi Royal Guard to enter the United States on visas processed by the American Embassy in Riyadh.…

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A Roadblock for Iran’s President-Elect: He’s on the U.S. Sanctions List

At a 2019 rally for commanders of Iran’s powerful Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, Ebrahim Raisi, the conservative head of the country’s judicial system at the…

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Iran Election: Ebrahim Raisi Is Headed to Presidency as Rivals Concede

TEHRAN — Iran’s ultraconservative judiciary chief, Ebrahim Raisi, looked certain to become the country’s next president on Saturday, after leading rivals in the presidential election…

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Supreme Court Limits Human Rights Suits Against Corporations

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday in favor of two American corporations accused of complicity in child slavery on Ivory Coast cocoa farms.…

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Biden and Putin Express Desire for Better Relations at Summit Shaped by Disputes

GENEVA — A highly anticipated first summit meeting between President Biden and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia ended early on Wednesday and was described…

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FIBA President Hamane Niang Steps Aside Amid Sexual Abuse Investigation

A 16-year-old player told The Times that Bamba sexually assaulted her at the 2020 U-18 African championships held last December in Egypt. While the team…

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It’s Time for People in Power to Defy These New Anti-L.G.B.T.Q. Laws

Doctors across the country have testified that children living in these states, already facing grave challenges, are being put directly in harm’s way. What’s worse,…

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Navalny’s Lawyer Finds Himself a Target of Putin’s Crackdown

In 2016, for instance, Mr. Pavlov told reporters about a client in southern Russia recently sentenced to seven years in prison for treason. Her crime?…

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Anti-Government Activist in Belarus Stabs Himself in Courtroom

MOSCOW — An opposition activist in Belarus stabbed himself in the throat with a pen during a court hearing on Tuesday after claiming that investigators…

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