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Three months after winning national elections, Spain’s Socialist leader faces a difficult task in forming a coalition. Failure will mean new elections.
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In his annual address to Congress, President Rodrigo Duterte said he had no choice but to acquiesce to Beijing because of its military might.
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One of the world’s most studied and preventable diseases is still a deadly and common threat in much of the world.
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The virus has been defeated in many parts of the world. But where it persists, rabies takes a particular toll on the rural poor.
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Sometimes the interests of humans and animals are the same, but humans have to save the animals first.
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In a battle for influence, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates have both sent money and weapons to Somalia. A secret recording suggests that militants may be working with the Qataris.
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The Minerve wreckage was found by the same Norwegian-flagged vessel that last year located a submarine that had disappeared off Argentina’s coast with 44 sailors onboard.
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Volodymyr Zelensky, a former comedian who was elected in April, is seeking to strengthen his position by leading his party to control of the country’s Parliament.
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Jagmeet Singh, the first nonwhite candidate to lead a major national political party in Canada, will try to unseat Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
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Mr. Hammond, the chancellor of the Exchequer in Theresa May’s cabinet, has been a prominent opponent of leaving the European Union without an agreement.

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