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Our Top Stories of 2018

From the Mueller investigation to China’s expanding influence, these are the pieces readers clicked on the most.

2018 is finally coming to a close. All year, journalists have scrambled to keep up with a news cycle full of dramatic and influential global events: North Korea’s Kim Jong Un crossing into South Korea, the White House scrapping the Iran nuclear deal, U.S. President Donald Trump’s shaking up of global trade, Ethiopia and Eritrea declaring an end to 20 years of conflict, India decriminalizing homosexuality, Saudi Arabia to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and much more.

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