Artist Who Filmed Beijing Crackdown Is Missing, Friends Say

Friends of an artist who fled Beijing after documenting mass expulsions of migrant workers from the Chinese capital say he has gone missing after being detained by the police. The...

Putin, Atlanta, U.F.O.s: Your Monday Briefing

(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • Britain faces an agonizing decision: How should it model its future ties with...

Drug Company Under Fire After Revealing Dengue Vaccine May Harm Some

The first promising vaccine for dengue — a disease that afflicts hundreds of millions of people around the world — is in jeopardy after the Philippines suspended it, amid...

Toronto Buzzes With Talk of Billionaire Couple’s Suspicious Death

TORONTO — Barry Sherman, a Canadian billionaire, generic-drug mogul and philanthropist, once promised that the autobiography he was writing would be a page-turner, packed with stories of intrigue, duplicity...

Honduran President Declared Winner in Disputed Election

MEXICO CITY — The Honduran electoral commission on Sunday declared President Juan Orlando Hernández the victor in a bitterly contested race, defying international observers who say there are serious...

Tropical Storm Kills 30, and Over 80,000 Flee to Shelters in Philippines

More than 30 people were killed and many others were missing after a slow-moving tropical storm spurred floods and landslides in the central Philippines, officials said on Sunday. Thousands of...

U.K.’s Next Brexit Agony: What Sort of Trade Deal?

LONDON — With European Union leaders having agreed at a summit meeting last week to start talks on trade ties after Britain withdraws from the bloc, the country is...

C.I.A. Helped Thwart Terrorist Attack in Russia, Kremlin Says

MOSCOW — President Vladimir V. Putin called President Trump on Sunday to thank him for the work of the Central Intelligence Agency in helping prevent an Islamic State attack...

North Korea, African National Congress, Israel: Your Monday Briefing

Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • “An economic agent on behalf of North Korea.” Australian federal police said Chan Han Choi, 59, a naturalized citizen living in Sydney’s...

Disputes Delay Vote on African National Congress Leader

JOHANNESBURG — South Africa’s ruling party moved slowly on Sunday to elect a leader to replace the scandal-plagued President Jacob Zuma, as disputes over delegates’ credentials delayed the vote. Officials...