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Prominent Erdogan Critic Is Convicted and Sentenced to Life Over Protests

ISTANBUL — A Turkish court on Monday convicted a prominent opponent of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of trying to violently…

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New Zealand Protest, an Echo of Canada’s, Digs In and Turns Ugly

WELLINGTON, New Zealand — The antigovernment protests that jolted Canada have been quashed. But 9,000 miles away, in the capital…

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Handshakes and hugs have some Canadians questioning law enforcement’s soft touch with the protests.

Police in Ottawa are poised for a crackdown on the protests that have immobilized Canada’s capital, but after three weeks…

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Canada convoy draws online support from far-right activists around the world.

The truck convoy protests in Canada that have roiled the nation’s capital are attracting support online among far-right activists across…

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A Moment for Canada’s Far-Right, Still Struggling for Support

The truck convoy protests in Ottawa and several provincial capitals represent an unexpected show of strength for the far right…

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Kazakhstan’s Former Leader Speaks Out on Unrest That Gripped the Country

NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan — Kazakhstan’s long-serving former president, who was conspicuously absent during the unrest that rocked the country this ...

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Russian-Led Alliance Begins Withdrawing Troops From Kazakhstan

MOSCOW — A Russian-led military alliance on Thursday began the process of withdrawing troops from Kazakhstan, Moscow said, after a…

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For Putin, Propping Up Allies Is Turning Into a Perilous Bargain

From Eastern Europe to the oil fields of Central Asia, President Vladimir V. Putin is straining to maintain a sphere…

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Kazakhstan Says Russian Troops Will Start Leaving This Week

BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan — A Russian-led military alliance will begin withdrawing its troops from Kazakhstan in two days, the country’s president…

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Russian Troops Will Stay to Finish Job in Kazakhstan, Putin Says

MOSCOW —President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia said on Monday that recent unrest in Kazakhstan had been caused by “destructive…

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