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AT&T Drops Huawei’s New Smartphone Amid Security Worries

Advertisement SHANGHAI — With an advanced screen, a special artificial-intelligence microchip and an eye-popping price, the newest smartphone from Huawei Technologies was meant to show Americans what China can do with technology. Instead, Huawei’s push to sell the phone in the United States has suddenly lost a powerful backer — ...

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Mugabe’s Feud With Zimbabwe’s Military Grows Amid Coup Rumors

HARARE, Zimbabwe — Allies of Zimbabwe’s president, Robert G. Mugabe, vowed on Tuesday that his government and the governing party would not be intimidated by the country’s military leaders after they threatened to intervene in a heated political feud. But early Wednesday morning there were reports that a coup might ...

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Turkey’s Relations With Europe Sink Amid Quarrel With Netherlands

ISTANBUL — Turkey’s quarrel with Europe worsened over the weekend after the Turkish president accused the Dutch government of Nazism, and Turkish politicians were barred or disinvited from events in two European countries, amid tensions ahead of a tight referendum on a new Turkish Constitution. Having criticized German officials for ...

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I.M.F. Warns of Anti-Trade Sentiment Amid Weak Global Economy

WASHINGTON — The International Monetary Fund has warned that sluggish economic growth throughout the world could bolster an anti-trade backlash that has become a feature of politics in both the United States and Europe. As part of the release of its October World Economic Report at the fund’s semiannual meetings ...

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Amid bombs, Syrian mother vows, 'We will not leave our homes'

A UN inter-agency convoy reaches the besieged Syrian towns of Kefraya, Foua, Madaya and Zabadani, which had been cut off from humanitarian access since the end of April. WFP delivered enough food and wheat flour for 60,000 people for one month. In Madaya, the amount delivered is enough to feed ...

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Amid Grim Economic Forecasts, Cubans Fear a Return to Darker Times

MEXICO CITY — During the economic turmoil of the early 1990s, power cuts in Havana were so routine that residents called the few hours of daily electricity “lightouts.” Now, grim economic forecasts; the crisis in its patron, Venezuela; and government warnings to save energy have stoked fears among Cubans of ...

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