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France Opens Germanwings Crash Criminal Inquiry

France Opens Germanwings Crash Criminal Inquiry

A bus carrying relatives of Germanwings crash victims arriving in Paris on Thursday.

Kremlin Opponent Aleksei Navalny Is Briefly Detained for Organizing Protests

Kremlin Opponent Aleksei Navalny Is Briefly Detained for Organizing Protests

The Russian opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny, center, at a rally in Moscow in January.

Will Tourism Ruin the Rainbow Mountain of Peru?

Will Tourism Ruin the Rainbow Mountain of Peru?

The Rainbow Mountain in southeastern Peru has become a must-see attraction. But environmentalists fear damage to the remote landscape.

‘Here Is the Graveyard of ISIS’: In Mosul, the Garbage Men Collect Remains

‘Here Is the Graveyard of ISIS’: In Mosul, the Garbage Men Collect Remains

A group of volunteers collecting unclaimed bodies, most of them thought to be of ISIS fighters, from the ruins of Mosul’s Old City in February.

With 3 Rapid Strokes, Netanyahu Advances Israel’s Agenda Against Iran

With 3 Rapid Strokes, Netanyahu Advances Israel’s Agenda Against Iran

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during his presentation on Iran, which was broadcast live on Monday. “It seems that he is pushing everybody toward a more hostile environment,” a columnist said.

A Besieged Trump Says He Misspoke on Russian Election Meddling

A Besieged Trump Says He Misspoke on Russian Election Meddling

A day after President Trump’s remarks alongside President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia led to harsh criticism, Mr. Trump said that he accepts the findings of American intelligence agencies that Russia interfered with the 2016 presidential election.

Is Trump Serious About Trade War? China’s Leaders Hunt for Answers

Is Trump Serious About Trade War? China’s Leaders Hunt for Answers

The Yangshan container port in Shanghai. China’s trade surplus with the United States has soared.

‘This Noise That Never Stops’: Wind Farms Come to Brazil’s Atlantic Coast

‘This Noise That Never Stops’: Wind Farms Come to Brazil’s Atlantic Coast

A wind farm near Galinhos, Brazil. Lawmakers are proposing a tax on wind- and solar-generated power.

Norovirus Sidelines Security Staff at Pyeongchang Olympics

Norovirus Sidelines Security Staff at Pyeongchang Olympics

South Korean soldiers replaced security guards at a checkpoint in Gangneung, South Korea, on Tuesday ahead of the opening of the Pyeongchang Olympic Games.

‘O Canada’ Will Become Gender Neutral With New Lyrics

‘O Canada’ Will Become Gender Neutral With New Lyrics

The Canadian men’s national hockey team singing their country’s anthem in Sochi, Russia, in 2014.

El Salvador Recognizes China in Blow to Taiwan

El Salvador Recognizes China in Blow to Taiwan

Foreign Minister Carlos Castaneda of El Salvador, left, and his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, exchanged documents at a ceremony on Tuesday in Beijing to establish diplomatic ties between their two countries.

‘They Spit When I Walked in the Street’: The ‘New Anti-Semitism’ in France

‘They Spit When I Walked in the Street’: The ‘New Anti-Semitism’ in France

A silent demonstration in Paris honoring Mireille Knoll, an 85-year-old Holocaust survivor who was killed in her Paris apartment in March.

Onstage, South Korean K-Pop Stars. In the Balcony, Kim Jong-un, Clapping.

Onstage, South Korean K-Pop Stars. In the Balcony, Kim Jong-un, Clapping.

A photo released by North Korea’s state news agency of a performance by South Korean musicians in Pyongyang on Sunday.

‘I’m Struggling to Survive’: For Rohingya Women, Abuse Continues in Camps

‘I’m Struggling to Survive’: For Rohingya Women, Abuse Continues in Camps

Rahima, 15, fled Myanmar in September. She was gang-raped by soldiers, one of whom bit her cheek, leaving a scar. “I don’t know why he bit me,” she said. “There are many things I don’t understand.”

For Myanmar’s Army, Ethnic Bloodletting Is Key to Power and Riches

For Myanmar’s Army, Ethnic Bloodletting Is Key to Power and Riches

A military parade in Myanmar’s capital, Naypyidaw, in March. The army has spent most of the past seven decades warring with its own people.

Indonesia’s Order to Foreign Workers: Learn the Language

Indonesia’s Order to Foreign Workers: Learn the Language

President Joko Widodo of Indonesia, center, has alarmed foreign businesses with a requirement that expatriate workers undergo formal language training.


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