Globe and Mail News (International News)

• Three Chicago police officers indicted in Laquan McDonald case
• Utah officials blame lack of logging for major wildfire
• At least 24 migrants die as thousands rescued in seas off Libya
• Alton Sterling’s family files wrongful death lawsuit against Baton Rouge
• Dozens of stores looted, government offices burned in Venezuela
• Brazilian President Temer says corruption charge is ‘fiction’
• Facing revolt on health-care bill, U.S. Senate Republicans delay vote
• Trump growing frustrated with China, weighing trade steps: officials
• Scotland puts bid for second independence vote on hold
• Trump administration said it saw 'active preparations' for Syrian chemical attack
• Trump’s travel ban: What you need to know and what’s happened so far
• UN rights boss says Trump comments break torture taboo
• Questions surround Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo’s prison medical treatment
• White House warns Syria over possible chemical attack
• Cosby’s planned town halls about education, not sexual assault: spokeswoman
• Canadian Sam Panopoulos created the Hawaiian pizza
• Brazil’s top prosecutor charges President Temer with corruption
• Remains found in western Mexico identified as abducted journalist
• Trump urges Modi to do more to relax Indian trade barriers
• Video: After 20 years, Harry Potter fans are still enjoying the magic
• Apartheid death gets fresh investigation after 45 years
• May pushes ahead with DUP deal, Brexit plans amid London fire fallout
• Trump says Obama ‘colluded’ on Russia, but gives no evidence
• In photos: Canadian soldier the first female infantry officer to lead Queen’s guard
• In Australia, backlash takes hold over Chinese money infecting politics, business

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