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The Atlantic Daily: Is There a Crime at the Center of the Narrative?

Another Trump cabinet official is leaving. Plus a disappearance—perhaps a killing—inside a consulate, feminist dystopian fiction, and more
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Around the World:A journalist who’d urged reform in Saudi Arabia entered his country’s consulate in Turkey on Tuesday to obtain some routine documents. He never came out. Saudis who’ve fled to other parts of the world might now also have In Brazil, the far-right Jair Bolsonaro emerged on top in the first round of the country’s presidential election on Sunday (he’ll still need to win the runoff at the end of the month). A former army captain who’s spoken admiringly of Brazil’s military dictatorship,

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