The United States on Friday denounced China’s treatment of its Uighur Muslims in unusually strong terms, adding to a growing list of disputes in increasingly turbulent relations between the two powers.
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Every morning, Meripet wakes up to her nightmare: The Chinese government has turned four of her children into orphans, even though she and their father are alive.
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Students. Labor leaders. Farmers. Members of the clergy. Teachers. Most of them were young activists in their teens, others in their 40s or 50s.
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A 59-year-old man fatally shot his stepmother and her brother then turned the gun on himself on Friday, police said.
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Nairobi, Kenya — The death toll in a ferry capsize in Lake Victoria climbed to more than 100 on Friday, as Tanzanian rescue workers pressed on with searches to find scores of more people feared drowned.Read more
LONDON — British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit blueprint was in tatters Friday, after the European Union rejected it at a summit in a move that the U.K. media branded a “humiliation.”
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Former Bayan Muna representative Satur Ocampo reminded former Senator Juan Ponce Enrile on Friday that he, including some of the individuals detained during the Martial Law period, are still alive and can attest to the alleged atrocities of the Marcos regime.
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