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How U.S. immigration policies are affecting one of Pittsburgh's busiest restaurants

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Everyday Noodles in Squirrel Hill highlights some of the challenges facing foreign-born workers.

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World briefs: Macron and Merkel seek common approaches to Trump, euro

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Plus: Rallies follow the Indian top court’s ruling that women can enter a major temple; scattered tax protests persist in France; and more.

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Sunday, Nov 18

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Cuba will lose millions in revenue if it pulls its doctors out of Brazil, experts say

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Elias Amor, who studies the island’s economy, says Cuba receives more than $249.5 million a year for its doctors in Brazil.

Fresh sanctions on Iran are already choking off medicine imports, economists say

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Sanctions on Iranian financial firms could endanger the flow of humanitarian goods as foreign banks and outside suppliers sever ties.

World briefs: Protest over rising fuel tax turns fatal in France

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Plus: Sub wreckage found, Facebook data requests, Cops killed at checkpoint

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Top White House official involved in Saudi sanctions resigns

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The official, Kirsten Fontenrose, had pushed for tough measures against the Saudi government and has been to Riyadh to discuss sanctions.

Rebellious plot in motion to oust Britain’s leader

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Historian John Ramsden once described Prime Minister Theresa May’s Tory Party as “an autocracy tempered by assassination.”

Pence, Xi trade barbs in speeches at Pacific summit

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Vice President Mike Pence said there would be no letup in President Trump’s policy of combating China’s mercantilist trade policy.

Saturday, Nov 17

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Obituary: Adolf Grunbaum / Pitt professor was one of world's pre-eminent philosophers of science

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Born into a Jewish family in Germany, Mr. Grunbaum immigrated to Brooklyn and arrived in 1960 at Pitt, where he became renowned.

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Diplomats clash over Golan Heights

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Syria’s ambassador to the U.N. said his country would retake the area “by peace or by war,” while Israel vowed to never leave the territory.

World briefs: North Korea will deport U.S. citizen

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Plus: Netanyahu in turmoil; Estonia rule teeters

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Last surviving Khmer Rouge leaders guilty of genocide

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When the regime ruled Cambodia in the 1970s, its reign of terror was responsible for the deaths of an estimated 1.7 million people.

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A second Brexit vote coming in Britain?

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Prime Minister Teresa May says no, but others contend it’s possible.

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Friday, Nov 16

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Julian Assange Is Secretly Charged in U.S., Prosecutors Mistakenly Reveal

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US court filing raises questions about whether the Justice Department has prepared charges under seal against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

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World briefs: Four U.S. commandos charged in strangling of Army Green Beret in Africa

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Plus: Mueller’s indictment against Russian troll farm upheld; brawl erupts in Sri Lanka Parliament; Rohingya return scrapped; and more.