WSJ.com: World News 30 March 2018

Gaza Border Protests Turn Deadly

Clashes broke out along the Israeli border in the Gaza Strip as tens of thousands of Palestinians amassed to call for the right to return to homes lost in the Arab-Israeli wars.

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Beijing Squeezes Exiles in U.S. by Detaining Family Members

China is detaining or interrogating family members of Muslim Uighurs who have left for the U.S., as those who managed to flee a web of surveillance and detention in northwestern China discover they can’t truly escape Beijing’s reach.

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Saudi Arabia Agrees to Help Reboot Peace Talks With Taliban

Saudi Arabia has agreed to play a leading role in starting a new peace process in Afghanistan, part of the latest U.S.-led strategy to find a political solution to America’s longest war.

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North and South Korea Set Summit, but Nuclear Omission Casts a Shadow

North and South Korea set a date for a meeting between leaders of the two countries, but failed to finalize an agenda for the summit, including whether the North’s nuclear program would be part of the talks.

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Saudi Prince Urges Stepped-Up Pressure on Iran

Saudi Arabia’s crown prince called on the international community to squeeze Iran economically and politically to avoid a direct military confrontation in the region.

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Another Rock on the Road to Brexit: Gibraltar

The three-centuries-old spat over the small, rocky outpost on the Iberian peninsula represents just one of many bilateral issues Britain’s imminent departure from the EU is bringing to the surface, Jenny Gross writes.

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How the Middle East's Conflicts Shut Down Its Skies

If you want to see what a tangle of geopolitical conflicts the Middle East has become, just look at its convoluted air routes.

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