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Munich or a Requiem for the West

By ROGER COHEN

It's no longer worth pretending Trump is not in the authoritarian camp. The shock has passed. European powers are thinking again.

North Macedonia probes cause of bus crash that killed 14

Ten victims from a bus crash that killed 14 people in North Macedonia have been buried in the western city of Gostivar, as authorities are still trying to determine the causes of the accident.

On Pro Basketball: Finally, the N.B.A. Comes to Charlotte

By KEVIN DRAPER

A controversial bathroom bill passed in 2016 caused sports organizations to abandon North Carolina. A partial repeal brought them back.

How a β€˜No-Deal’ Brexit Could Open a Path to Irish Unity

By BENJAMIN MUELLER

On the Catholic, mainly nationalist side of the divide in Northern Ireland, many think an abrupt withdrawal — and a hard border — could lead to reunification.

On Pro Basketball: Finally, the N.B.A. Comes to Charlotte

By KEVIN DRAPER

A divisive bill restricting the rights of lesbian, gay and bisexual people, passed in 2016, caused sports organizations to abandon North Carolina. A partial repeal brought them back.

β€˜He’s Not There Yet’: Embattled Governor Seeks Forgiveness From Black Virginians

By JONATHAN MARTIN, JOHN ELIGON and CAMPBELL ROBERTSON

Seeking to recover from the scandal over his use of blackface, Gov. Ralph Northam is scrambling to rebuild his image among African-Americans.

A Black Group Says Mardi Gras Blackface Honors Tradition. Others Call It β€˜Disgusting.’

By RICHARD FAUSSET

Participants in the Zulu parade, mostly black but some of them white, wear blackface and grass skirts. Now some are questioning whether the tradition should continue.

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North Macedonia notifies the world about its new name

The foreign ministry of newly renamed North Macedonia says it has formally informed the United Nations, U.N. member states and international bodies that its new name has come into effect under a historic deal to end a long dispute with neighboring Greece.

North Macedonia notifies the world about its new name

The foreign ministry of newly renamed North Macedonia says it has formally informed the United Nations, U.N. member states and international bodies that its new name has come into effect under a historic deal to end a long dispute with neighboring Greece.

Raw milk from Pennsylvania farm may have exposed people in 19 states to drug-resistant bacteria, CDC says

By Madeline Farber

Residents in at least 19 states who drank raw, unpasteurized milk from a farm in Pennsylvania may have been exposed to a drug-resistant bacteria, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced this week.

Raw milk from Pennsylvania farm may have exposed people in 19 states to drug-resistant bacteria, CDC says

By Madeline Farber

Residents in at least 19 states who drank raw, unpasteurized milk from a farm in Pennsylvania may have been exposed to a drug-resistant bacteria, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced this week.

Mike Pence Lashes European Allies for Their Stance on Iran

By DAVID E. SANGER and KATIE ROGERS

The U.S. vice president demanded that Britain, France and Germany “stand by us” and quit their efforts to help Tehran sidestep American sanctions.

Trump Says South Korea Is Paying $500 Million More for U.S. Troops. The Deal Says Otherwise.

By CHOE SANG-HUN

Contrary to President Trump’s comments, South Korea is increasing its contribution to defense costs by $70 million, American and South Korean officials said.

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