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In ‘Brexit’ Speech, Theresa May Outlines a Clean Break for U.K.

17 Jan 2017 - In long-awaited remarks, the British prime minister emphasized regaining control of immigration, even if it means losing E.U. trading advantages.

Suspect in Istanbul Rampage on New Year’s Is Captured, Turkey Says

16 Jan 2017 - The semiofficial Anadolu news agency said the man, Abdulgadir Masharipov, had been captured alive along with four others in the Esenyurt district of Istanbul.

As Trump Era Arrives, a Sense of Uncertainty Grips the World

16 Jan 2017 - Having made contradictory comments, President-elect Donald J. Trump has many nations wondering about his policies. But there’s also a sense that his words should not be taken too literally.

Justin Trudeau’s Family Vacation on Aga Khan’s Island Leads to Ethics Inquiry

17 Jan 2017 - The conflict-of-interest investigation and another involving a political fund-raiser threaten to tarnish Mr. Trudeau’s image.

Venezuela Issues New Bank Notes Because of Hyperinflation

17 Jan 2017 - The move, which has been surrounded by chaos for over a month, is meant to lighten the load for Venezuelans who must carry around bags of cash.

Egyptian Court Blocks Plan to Transfer Two Islands to Saudi Arabia

17 Jan 2017 - The verdict is widely expected to further shake, but not break, the strained ties between Cairo and its main financial backer.

Antiaircraft Weapons Again Open Fire in Tehran

16 Jan 2017 - The authorities in Iran said the target was a camera drone, the second such incident in a month.

Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Is Called Off After Nearly 3 Years

17 Jan 2017 - The decision ends the deep-sea scouring of the southern Indian Ocean, ensuring that one of the great aviation mysteries will remain unsolved for the foreseeable future.

Akhilesh Yadav, Indian Politician, Wins Right to Use Bicycle as Election Symbol

16 Jan 2017 - A panel ruled that Mr. Yadav’s father, a fellow Uttar Pradesh politician with whom he was in dispute, could choose from symbols like a toffee, a pressure cooker and ice cream.

What in the World: China’s Poplar Trees: A Spring Nuisance That Snows White Fluff

16 Jan 2017 - Poplar trees blanket the country with balls of fuzz, which irritate people’s eyes and even disrupt traffic. The government has resorted to drastic measures to stop the fluff.

4 Quotes From Theresa May’s Speech and What They Mean

17 Jan 2017 - The prime minister’s remarks on exiting the European Union were her first public outline of how Britain plans to leave the bloc.

Saulx-les-Chartreux Journal: Life on the Farm Draws Some French Tired of Urban Rat Race

17 Jan 2017 - In towns like Saulx-les-Chartreux, small-scale farming is driven by a thriving market for organic food.

German Court Rejects Effort to Ban Neo-Nazi Party

17 Jan 2017 - Germany’s highest court said that the far-right National Democratic Party did not pose sufficient danger to democracy even though its principles violate the Constitution.

Suspect in Istanbul Nightclub Attack Confesses, Officials Say

17 Jan 2017 - Abdulgadir Masharipov, an Uzbek citizen born in 1983, received help in the attack, done “in the name of ISIS,” the governor of the city said at a news conference.

Sinosphere: U.S. Ambassadors in Asia Make Final Plea for Dead Trans-Pacific Trade Pact

17 Jan 2017 - Max Baucus, the ambassador to China, and five others told Congress in an open letter that the United States should not cede its position in Asia-Pacific trade to China.

Road to Recovery After Concussion Leads to Australian Open

17 Jan 2017 - Casey Dellacqua, who fell and hit her head during the 2015 China Open, missed nine months of competition while living in a “constant world of drowsiness.”

Northern Ireland, Forced by Sinn Fein, Sets Early Election in Shadow of ‘Brexit’

16 Jan 2017 - Sinn Fein, the Catholic party that forced the early vote, appears to hope that worries over leaving the European Union will weaken its unionist rivals.

For Trump, Three Decades of Chasing Deals in Russia

16 Jan 2017 - Donald J. Trump, and eventually his children, repeatedly sought business in Russia as far back as 1987, in a variety of ventures. But none got off the ground.

As Inauguration Nears, Trump Keeps World Leaders on Edge

16 Jan 2017 - The president-elect drew global responses after an interview with The Wall Street Journal and with two European newspapers, Bild and The Times of London.

5 Killed at BPM Festival in Mexico

16 Jan 2017 - An attacker was sought after opening fire during an international electronic music festival in Playa Del Carmen, and tourists were among the dead, officials said.

Cold War Jitters Resurface as U.S. Marines Arrive in Norway

16 Jan 2017 - Despite being generally welcomed, the presence of the Marines — shown on Norwegian television dragging their suitcases through the snow — also provoked concerns.

Global Health: How the Response to Zika Failed Millions

16 Jan 2017 - One year after the W.H.O. declared a public health emergency, experts reflect on the response to the virus and find many aspects wanting.

Burnley Journal: U.K. Police Look to Young Recruits to Help Shed an Image as ‘Male, Pale and Stale’

16 Jan 2017 - A program, similar to Teach for America, places university graduates for two years in some of the country’s most troubled areas, with a focus on diversifying the police corps.

World’s 8 Richest Have as Much Wealth as Bottom Half, Oxfam Says

16 Jan 2017 - The eight, all men, hold as much combined wealth as the 3.6 billion people in the bottom half, the charity said in a report that highlighted inequality.

President Rodrigo Duterte of Philippines Criticized Over Martial Law Warning

16 Jan 2017 - One rights activist said that Mr. Duterte was harboring “fascist dreams” after he said that he could impose martial law to curb drug abuse.

Turkish Cargo Plane Crashes Into Village in Kyrgyzstan, Killing Dozens

16 Jan 2017 - The plane was approaching the airport in Bishkek, the capital, when it struck a cluster of houses.

Samsung Heir Faces Arrest on Charges of Bribing South Korea’s President

16 Jan 2017 - Jay Y. Lee, the de facto head of Samsung, is accused of ordering large payments to the family of President Park Geun-hye’s confidante and two foundations.

Kitsch vs. Antiques: Tourist Trade Threatens Portobello Market

13 Jan 2017 - Hordes of visitors descend on the famous stalls in the Notting Hill area of London, but many come for the cheap souvenirs rather than the valuable vintage goods.

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Threatens a Good Neighbor

17 Jan 2017 - Mexico must be prepared to shed its historically conciliatory stance.

Op-Ed Columnist: Israel as the Lights Go Out

17 Jan 2017 - In America, there is always a domestic political reason for not doing the right thing on Israel-Palestine.

Op-Ed Contributor: The Lady and the Rohingya

16 Jan 2017 - Excessive criticism of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is obscuring why Myanmar’s Muslims are persecuted and how to change that.

15 of the Best Journals by Our Reporters Around the World

30 Dec 2016 - The conversational and visual on-the-ground reports offered a glimpse of captivating people and places, from a “sleep mafia” in Delhi to a monastery seeking salvation in beer.

‘I Didn’t Want to Lose My Identity’: 16,000 Readers Reflect on Their Surnames

24 Dec 2016 - The Times asked women around the world why they had kept or changed their surnames when they married. For many, the decision carried significant weight.