China to Sanction U.S. Weapons Makers Over Taiwan Sales

HONG KONG—China said it will sanction three American defense contractors over proposed arms sales to Taiwan, retaliating against U.S. efforts to deepen security ties with…

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Chileans Vote to Change Dictatorship-Era Constitution

Chileans voted overwhelmingly to change their dictatorship-era constitution in a referendum on Sunday, beginning a process that could upend the political landscape in one of…

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Armenia and Azerbaijan Agree to Cease-Fire After Talks in Washington

WASHINGTON—Armenia and Azerbaijan, which have spent nearly a month engaged in a violent conflict in the Nagorno-Karabakh region, have agreed to a humanitarian cease-fire, the…

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Apple’s Booming Services Business Could Be Hit in Google Antitrust Battle

The Justice Department’s attempt to punish Google for its competitive practices in internet search could end up taking a major toll on a different tech…

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WSJ News Exclusive | Facebook Prepares Measures for Possible Election Unrest

Facebook Inc. FB 2.40% teams have planned for the possibility of trying to calm election-related conflict in the U.S. by deploying internal tools designed for…

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Why Protesters in Belarus Continue to Take to the Streets by the Thousands

For almost three months, thousands of Belarusians from across the social spectrum have joined weekly protests demanding that President Alexander Lukashenko step down after 26…

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U.S., India Expected to Sign Military Pact as China Prompts Closer Ties

The U.S. and India are expected to sign a key military agreement this week, bolstering cooperation in the Pacific and Indian oceans to counter an…

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China Trade War Didn’t Boost U.S. Manufacturing Might

WASHINGTON—President Trump’s trade war against China didn’t achieve the central objective of reversing a U.S. decline in manufacturing, economic data show, despite tariffs on hundreds…

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U.S. Has Authority to Ban TikTok, Government Lawyers Say

WASHINGTON—The Trump administration defended its attempt to ban Americans from using popular Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok over national security concerns, saying in court papers that…

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Venezuelan Opposition Leader Leopoldo López Escapes Venezuela, Opposition Officials Say

Guards outside the Spanish ambassador’s residence in Caracas on Saturday, where Leopoldo López had been holed up. Photo: Matias Delacroix/Associated Press BOGOTA, Colombia—Venezuelan opposition leader…

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