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Afghanistan Faces Economic Shock as Sanctions Replace Foreign Aid


The Taliban will be under pressure to keep a fragile economy afloat.

Iran Election: Ebrahim Raisi Is Headed to Presidency as Rivals Concede


Rival candidates conceded the election to Mr. Raisi, Iran’s judiciary chief, a close ally of the supreme leader who has a record of grave human rights violations.

U.S. Lifts Some Sanctions on Iranians Before Nuclear Talks


The move was unrelated to negotiations over the 2015 nuclear deal, a State Department spokesman said. The United States also imposed new sanctions on other Iranians.

Belarus Is Isolated as Other Countries Move to Ban Flights


The extraordinary forced landing of a commercial flight with a Belarusian dissident aboard escalated into one of the biggest flare-ups in East-West tensions in recent years.

U.S. and Iran Want to Restore the Nuclear Deal. They Disagree Deeply on What That Means.

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After five weeks of diplomatic shadow boxing, it is clear that the old agreement no longer works for Tehran or Washington, except as a steppingstone.

After Testing the World’s Limits, Putin Steps Back From the Brink

The Russian president pulled back troops from Ukraine’s border and relented on medical treatment for his nemesis Aleksei A. Navalny, after a performance blending fear and force to affirm his power.

In Russia, a Military Buildup That Can’t be Missed

Russia’s massing of tanks and infantry along its southwestern border with Ukraine was meant to send a message, analysts say.