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- By James McAuley

President Emmanuel Macron did not want “to complicate the issue” with a contemporary gesture, according to an Élysée official. But the plans will include an apparent concession to those who preferred a more modern design.

- By Ishaan Tharoor

The pandemic may mark the moment the world’s preeminent superpower had to relinquish a certain vision of its own primacy as other countries — especially some rising powers in Asia — led the way.

- By Jennifer Hassan

The wooden tribute to the first lady went up in flames July 4.

- By Min Joo Kim

He went missing after one of his former secretaries accused him of sexual harrassment.

- By Steve Hendrix, Max Bearak, Marina Lopes, Shibani Mahtani, Niha Masih, Loveday Morris, Rachel Cheung, Pamela Rolfe and Harry Stevens

In far-flung corners of the Earth, six families, like millions of others, struggled to ride out the seemingly implacable wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

- By Nick Miroff

U.S. border authorities made 32,512 arrests and detentions along the southern border in June, double the number recorded in April.

- By Paul Schemm and Adam Taylor

“This once-in-a-century pandemic has hammered home a critical lesson: When it comes to health, our destinies are intertwined," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.

- By Sudarsan Raghavan

The Sissi government has threatened and arrested the family members of Americans.

- By Gerry Shih and David Crawshaw

China warned of retaliation after the U.S. ally offered refuge and a path to residency for Hong Kongers.

- By Danielle Paquette

The ‘Black is King’ trailer sparked a passionate debate about the portrayal of Africans and countries in Western media.

- By David Nakamura and David Lynch

The event served as a reminder that the president had hoped to cruise to reelection on a strong economy — a strategy dashed as tens of millions of Americans have been forced out of work since March.

- By Sarah Dadouch

Dozens of African migrant workers have been abandoned on the roadside by Lebanese employers.

- By Simon Denyer, Akiko Kashiwagi and Min Joo Kim

They rove. They disinfect. They make drinks. They even bust a few dance moves.

- By Adam Taylor

Well beyond a billion students were sent home from schools as the novel coronavirus spread around the world.

- By Ishaan Tharoor

The two would-be populists have developed a conspicuous friendship in an age of crisis.

- By Karla Adam

Williams accused the police of racial profiling, saying she and her family were targeted because they are black and were in a Mercedes-Benz.

- By David Crawshaw

China’s new security agency in the city will operate out of a four-star hotel that offers a vantage point over key protest zones — and a rooftop pool.

- By Simon Denyer

The government says it will not shutter the economy again despite calls by medical experts for caution.

- By Eva Dou

Still reeling from the coronavirus, China’s heartland now faces deadly floods.

- By Emily Rauhala, Karoun Demirjian and Toluse Olorunnipa

The withdrawal is effective July 6, 2021.

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