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  • Rebel Strife in Colombia Leaves Bleak Legacy
    Residents of rural battlegrounds between guerrillas and government suffer violence, poverty; soldiers’ release sparks hope for peace talks to end 50-year conflict

  • Blair Urges Cooperation With Putin
    Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said the West must work with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Islamist extremism and other sources of conflict in the Middle East—even as it takes a strong line with Moscow over its actions in Ukraine.

  • Luxembourg Tax Affair Puts Focus on Juncker's Role
    A review of Luxembourg’s tax legislation and interviews with current and former officials show European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker helped shape controversial tax rules to draw in foreign companies.

  • U.S.-Philippine Military Pact Defended in Court
    The Philippine government told the country’s Supreme Court that it should be free to implement a new security pact allowing U.S. troops to deploy to Philippine bases.

  • Hong Kong Police Drive Protesters From Part of Mong Kok
    Police took their strongest action in weeks against pro-democracy protesters, making dozens of arrests and driving activists from a portion of the most volatile of the three Hong Kong sites that have been occupied for nearly two months.

  • Brazil's Rousseff Seen Naming Joaquim Levy as Finance Minister
    Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has picked the former head of the country’s treasury, Joaquim Levy, to replace Finance Minister Guido Mantega, according to a person familiar with the situation.

  • U.K. Panel Criticizes Intelligence Agencies Over Soldier's Killing
    Agents should have done more to monitor two Islamic extremists who later killed a soldier, a panel of U.K. lawmakers concluded, in a report that also laid into U.S. Internet companies for not doing enough to fight terrorism.

  • Syrian Regime Strikes Militant Stronghold
    Syrian warplanes pounded the northern city of Raqqa, a stronghold of extremist group Islamic State.

  • Photos of the Day: Nov. 25
    In photos selected by Wall Street Journal editors on Tuesday, Kashmiris line up to vote, a demonstrator sits in front of a street fire in Oakland, a man demonstrates the motion in his transplanted arm in Boston, and more.

  • Diplomats Believe Iran Nuclear Talks May Progress
    International diplomats believe that nuclear talks with Iran may progress due to a partial breakthrough on ways the West can better track how quickly the country is able to produce atomic fuel.