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Kosovo Voters Want a New Future, but Old Problems Linger

Two decades after Kosovo was racked by war, and a decade after it declared independence from neighboring Serbia, which refuses to recognize it as a state, the small Balkans country is holding its fourth parliamentary elections. The choices are stark: Voters in the nation of 1.8 million have the option …

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Jeremy Corbyn or No-Deal Brexit? The U.K. Might Have to Choose

(Bankers cannot, though, buy dinner for Mr. McDonnell, who has protected his abstemious reputation — and the party’s anti-elite bona fides — by insisting on “tea and biscuits, nothing else,” Lord Kerslake said. That is a contrast with the “prawn cocktail offensive” that a more corporate Labour Party waged under …

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Meet the Ukrainian Ex-Prosecutor Behind the Impeachment Furor

KIEV, Ukraine — As soon as he got the invitation from Rudolph W. Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer, it was abundantly clear to him what Mr. Trump’s allies were after. “I understood very well what would interest them,” Yuriy Lutsenko, Ukraine’s recently fired prosecutor general, said in an extensive interview …

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