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Iran said it would release four U.S. citizens from Iranian custody. Here are brief bios of those detained. Photo: Getty
Iran said it would release four U.S. citizens from Iranian custody. Here are brief bios of those detained. Photo: Getty

Families Grateful for Release of American Prisoners

Iran freed four American prisoners, including a Washington Post correspondent, as officials worked to finalize implementation of last year’s landmark nuclear deal. An American student also departed Iran after being detained. 616in 19 hours

Iran’s Sanctions End as Nuclear Deal Takes Effect

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said nuclear-related sanctions imposed on Iran were being lifted. Photo: AP
July’s nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers came into effect Saturday evening, triggering an end to years of sweeping economic and financial sanctions on the Islamic Republic over its nuclear work. 228in a day

Obama Declares Emergency in Flint

The president’s declaration frees up federal aid to help the Michigan city deal with its water crisis. 105in a day

Taiwan Elects Female President

Opposition candidate Tsai Ing-wen won a landslide victory to become the first woman to lead Taiwan, setting back Beijing’s ambitions to reunify the island with the mainland. 85in 17 hours

ABREAST OF THE MARKET

Is the Market Right About the Fed?

With stocks and oil prices sinking as U.S. growth signals a slowdown, some on Wall Street are questioning whether the Fed will stay the course. 55in 18 hours

Burkina Faso Attacks Leave 30 Dead

The siege of a hotel in the Burkina Faso capital of Ouagadougou, and a spree of other attacks, left at least 30 people dead, officials said. Al Qaeda's regional branch claimed responsibility for the attack on the Splendid Hotel. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency
Shooters attacked two hotels, a coffee shop and a police station in the nation’s capital, with Islamic militants claiming responsibility for some of the deaths. 173in a day

ELECTION 2016

GOP Field Tilts Rightward on Climate Change

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio campaigns Friday in Hillsboro, N.H.
Marco Rubio faces attacks over past support for cap-and-trade, and several other Republican candidates have moved to the right on climate change in recent years. 479in 24 minutes

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