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NATO, France, Global Heat: Your Thursday Briefing

Squabbling and uncertainty cloud NATO’s focus President Trump left NATO’s anniversary celebrations in London early and on the defensive after lashing out over a video that caught Canada’s prime minister and other world leaders apparently venting about him at a reception. But the North Atlantic alliance faces more serious dilemmas …

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Jewish Graves Desecrated in Historic French Cemetery

PARIS — Dozens of graves in the Jewish cemetery in the small Alsatian village of Westhoffen have been found daubed with swastikas and anti-Semitic graffiti, the latest in a series of cemetery and synagogue profanations in the region. The historic cemetery, which dates to the 16th century and houses the …

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Paris Might Be the Best City for Italian Food (Outside Italy)

“Italian food is like Japanese food,” he continued. “You can’t just add ingredients everywhere — you destroy years of history. The rule of two-to-three is good: main product, garnish, seasoning.” In the Marché d’Aligre food market, Mr. Tondo entered a butcher shop, Boucherie Les Provinces, and asked if they had …

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Donald Trump, China, James Bond: Your Wednesday Briefing

(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good morning. We’re covering air pollution in your city, an explosive video from Russia and the French chef who popularized grilled duck breast. Macron puts Trump on the back foot European leaders once stoically bore President Trump’s attacks, and labored …

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