• Pentagon Pushes Forward on Syria Pullout

    A group of naval vessels headed by the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge is headed to the Middle East to back up troops at the vulnerable moment they are leaving Syria. Photo: Aaron Henson/Zuma Press 92 Comments By Nancy A. Youssef and Nancy A. Youssef The Wall Street Journal Biography @nancyayoussef nancy.youssef@wsj.com...

  • Surprise Winner Declared in Congo Presidential Election

    Opposition leader Félix Tshisekedi was declared the winner of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s presidential election, an announcement that contradicts an unofficial tally. Photo: baz ratner/Reuters 0 Comments By Gabriele Steinhauser Gabriele Steinhauser The Wall Street Journal Biography @gksteinhauser Google+ Gabriele.Steinhauser@wsj.com Updated Jan. 9, 2019 11:46 p.m. ET The Democratic Republic of...

  • U.S. and China Make Progress on Trade, but Major Hurdles Remain

    Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Jeffrey Gerrish, seen above on Tuesday, led the U.S. delegation to trade talks in Beijing this week. Photo: greg baker/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images 58 Comments By Lingling Wei Lingling Wei The Wall Street Journal Biography Lingling.Wei@wsj.com Updated Jan. 9, 2019 7:29 p.m. ET BEIJING—The U.S. and China wrapped up...

  • Erdogan Rebuffs U.S. Call to Protect Kurds

    Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan gestures as he delivers a speech in Ankara on Tuesday. Photo: Burhan Ozbilici/Associated Press 501 Comments By Vivian Salama in Ankara, Turkey, and Vivian Salama The Wall Street Journal Biography @vmsalama vivian.salama@wsj.com Dion Nissenbaum in Washington Dion Nissenbaum The Wall Street Journal Biography @DionNissenbaum Dion.Nissenbaum@wsj.com Updated Jan....

  • U.S., China Narrow Differences on Trade

    BEIJING—The U.S. and China made progress on narrowing their differences on trade issues, especially on purchases of U.S. goods and services and widening access to China’s markets, though the two sides are far from striking a deal. In two intense days of talks in Beijing that will continue into Wednesday, U.S. and...

  • U.S. Pushes China to Follow Through on Trade Promises

    Shipping containers are unloaded from the Hammersmith Bridge after it arrived at the Port of Long Beach, in Los Angeles County, from Shanghai in September. Photo: mark ralston/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images 231 Comments By Lingling Wei Lingling Wei The Wall Street Journal Biography Lingling.Wei@wsj.com Jan. 7, 2019 8:52 a.m. ET BEIJING—The U.S. and...

  • WSJ Investigation: China Offered to Bail Out Troubled Malaysian Fund in Return for Deals

    102 Comments By Tom Wright and Tom Wright The Wall Street Journal Biography @tomwrightasia tom.wright.737001 Google+ tom.wright@wsj.com...

  • Bolton Says U.S. Withdrawal From Syria Is Conditional

    National security adviser John Bolton, show in December, will travel to Turkey on Monday. Photo: Andrew Harnik/Associated Press 591 Comments By Vivian Salama Vivian Salama The Wall Street Journal Biography @vmsalama vivian.salama@wsj.com Updated Jan. 6, 2019 7:01 p.m. ET JERUSALEM—The Trump administration won’t withdraw forces from northern Syria unless Turkey offers a...

  • Through Monsoons, Around Slums, Under Temples—Mumbai Builds Its First Subway

    71 Comments By Corinne Abrams | Photographs by Corinne Abrams The Wall Street Journal Biography @corinneabrams corinne.abrams@wsj.com...

  • American Charged in Russia Tried to Steal $10,000 as a Marine in Iraq

    Paul Whelan on a recent trip to Iceland. The American is also a citizen of Canada, Britain and Ireland. Photo: David Whelan 201 Comments By Georgi Kantchev, Georgi Kantchev The Wall Street Journal Biography @georgikantchev georgi.kantchev@wsj.com Ben Kesling and Ben Kesling The Wall Street Journal Biography @bkesling Google+ ben.kesling@wsj.com Ann M. Simmons...

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