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NYT: Al-Muhajiroun was one of Europe's most prolific extremist networks.
EDITORIAL: Australia's election result has delivered more of the same.
NYT: 'Australians are deeply conservative. Wherever possible, we cling to the status quo.'
NYT: Americans in Austria can now seek refuge under at the golden arches.
NYT: Alabama has executed a man a day after enacting a near-total ban on abortions.
NYT: Sudden profusion of incidents stirs fears Trump is trying to gin up a case for war.
NYT: Here's what to know about the long-strained relationship between the US and Iran.
NYT: Why is there a helium shortage and where did it all go?
NYT: Mountains of plastic weighing as much as a blue whale found off Australia's coast.
NYT: Chinese police aren't exactly a barrel of laughs. Especially when the joke's on them.
NYT: No one accused him of killing anyone, but Neko Wilson was still facing death penalty.
NYT: Trump has put himself squarely on one side of America's most divisive social issue.
NYT: Finding new ways of repairing damage from flooding, droughts and wildfires.
NYT: Already a concern in wealthier countries, e-waste is growing in places like Africa.
NYT: Female presidential candidates have charged into battle over new abortion laws.
NYT: She was offered the chance of a lifetime. Within 24 hours the public made it happen.
A traditional US ally extends a hand to China.
NYT: Meet the man who helps arrange funerals for presidents, first ladies and celebrities.
NYT: A proposed fur ban pits animal rights advocates against black ministers.
NYT: Nearly half the women contesting seats are dynastic candidates.
NYT: US immigration courts deal with a backlog of 800,000 cases. Here are four of them.
NYT: "The ripples of it will be felt everywhere," a veterinary epidemiologist said.
NYT: When a threatening man joined the community, word spread quickly.
NYT: Former Ukip leader excoriates what he calls a Brexit betrayal by mendacious elites.
NYT: With a 1 and 4-year-old as crew, a family sails for 10 weeks in perilous waters.
NYT: Victims whose bodies were used for research by Nazi doctors finally laid to rest.
NYT: "This is more about trying to contextualise my story from my perspective."
NYT: Investigators were trying to determine whether the five deaths were related.
COMMENT: Press freedom also needs protection while blocking terrorism.
COMMENT: I don't want to go to Mars. I want to get Earth fixed.
NYT: Murtaza Ahmadi earned $15 on a good day. His daughter's kidnappers wanted $300,000.
NYT: She had lost every last bit of her skin. During the day I became her torturer.
NYT: A pit bull mix and GPS coordinates led to the arrest of the murder accused.
NYT: Revisions were ordered by hard-liners led by national security adviser John Bolton.
Times: When Sadiq Khan became London mayor, he wasn't ready for the level of racial abuse.
NYT: Remembering the pathfinders whose mission was to not actually land on the moon.
NYT: Uber driver charged with kidnapping after trying to lock two women in his car.
NYT: In Cumbria, a bucolic landscape masks growing poverty and isolation.
NYT: School cancels event after conspiracy theorists claim tweet contained coded message.
NYT: Torres Strait residents argue Australia has violated right to maintain their culture.
NYT: Following the fire at Notre-Dame, a question remains: What should replace the spire?
NYT: Fish that have never known sunshine could be able to see shades we can't imagine.
NYT: The French adventurer spent over 4 months alone, floating across the Atlantic Ocean.
NYT: Last week's deadly Colorado school shooting at least the 111th in the US since 1970.
NYT: What prevented colleagues from stopping one of the world's deadliest serial killers?
Daniel Pantaleo, 33, faces a public trial that could lead to his firing.
NYT: London is exploring ways to reduce air pollution caused by all diesel vehicles.
NYT: Tortured for 12 days, he wrote a fictional confession. That was just the beginning.
The logic of economic geography is proving more significant than historical alliances.
NYT: North Korea, Iran and Venezuela are calling Trump's bluffs.
NYT: It's the first time genetic genealogy has ID an adult victim and the killer together.
NYT: Convicted of swindling almost everyone she knew, Anna Sorokin stuck by her story.
NYT: He said violence was sometimes a necessary occupational hazard for a gangster.
NYT: Ancient treasures pillaged from conflict zones are being sold on Facebook.
NYT: The insects appear to be the first invertebrate capable of transitive inference.
NYT: The fight over the death penalty underscores a divide in California.
NYT: Ekrem Imamoglu spent just 17 days as mayor before Erdogan forced a do-over.
NYT: Some of America's mass-shooting generation learned to act as professionals would.
NYT: A local sleuth investigating a troubling shooting is now also dead.
NYT: Offensive remarks have forced six candidates to quit. Many more linger like zombies.