News Wire | Friday, Sept. 30, 2022

Bolsonaro and Lula Are Heading to Second Round in Brazil Election

By Terrence McCoy, Paulina Villegas & Gabriela Sá Pessoa | The Washington Post (free)

A U.S. warship sailed through the strait separating Taiwan and China on Tuesday, the navy said, the first such passage since leaders from the two rival superpowers held a video summit.

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In Burkina Faso, the Man Who Once Led a Coup Is Ousted by One

By Elian Peltier | The New York Times

The army officer who seized power over Burkina Faso in a coup in January conceded Sunday that he too had been ousted by mutinying soldiers, capping two days of unrest and plunging the West African country again into uncertainty about its political future.

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