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By Anthony Faiola, Paulina Villegas & Gabriela Sá Pessoa | The Washington Post (free)
Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva reclaimed the office Sunday on pledges to defend democracy, save the Amazon rainforest and bring social justice to Latin America’s largest nation, defeating Brazil’s Trumpian incumbent in a remarkable political comeback some three years after he walked out of a prison cell.
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By Michelle Ye Hee Lee, Kelly Kasulis Cho, Stephanie McCrummen, Annabelle Timsit & Praveena Somasundaram | The Washington Post
At first, the young woman felt herself being squeezed by the packed crowd as it slowly pushed down a narrow alleyway in the South Korean capital, where she had been enjoying Halloween festivities Saturday night.
By Mary Ilyushina | The Washington Post
Russia suspended its participation in the U.N.-brokered deal that allowed Ukraine to export its grain and other agricultural products from Black Sea ports after claiming that Kyiv used the corridor to attack Kremlin ships, reigniting concerns about global food insecurity.
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The threat of a trade war between the EU and the U.S. over the Biden administration’s $370 billion climate legislation has stepped up, as France estimated it would lose €8 billion as businesses were given incentives to shift to the U.S.