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Residents: 12. Average Age: 75. Biggest Challenge: Avoiding Extinction.

Residents: 12. Average Age: 75. Biggest Challenge: Avoiding Extinction.

The Swiss village of Corippo, which has only 12 full-time residents.

In the Philippines, Dynamite Fishing Decimates Entire Ocean Food Chains

In the Philippines, Dynamite Fishing Decimates Entire Ocean Food Chains

Preparing the homemade bombs used for illegal fishing. Dynamite fishing destroys both the food chain and the corals where the fish nest and grow.

‘An Entire Community Got Together to Rape a Child’: India Recoils at Girl’s Assault

‘An Entire Community Got Together to Rape a Child’: India Recoils at Girl’s Assault

Angered residents surrounded a police vehicle transporting men accused of raping an 11-year-old girl inside the High Court compound in Chennai, India, on Tuesday.

Tiny Islands Make for Big Tensions Between Greece and Turkey

Tiny Islands Make for Big Tensions Between Greece and Turkey

Kastellorizo, which belongs to Greece, lies just a mile off the south coast of Turkey. Such islands give Greece the right to potentially exploit energy resources in the seabed nearby, which Turkey says is unfair.

Imran Khan, Elected as Prime Minister, Offers Little Conciliation to Foes

Imran Khan, Elected as Prime Minister, Offers Little Conciliation to Foes

Imran Khan offered little conciliation to his political opponents after being elected prime minister on Friday.

A Very German Love Story: When Old Left and Far Right Share a Bedroom

A Very German Love Story: When Old Left and Far Right Share a Bedroom

Helmut Lethen and Caroline Sommerfeld in their apartment in Vienna. They represent two generations and two opposing intellectual camps in the current political debate.

Pope Francis, After Criticism, Sends Sex Crimes Investigator to Chile

Pope Francis, After Criticism, Sends Sex Crimes Investigator to Chile

Pope Francis arriving to say Mass at Lobito Campos in Iquique, Chile, this month.

Leading Iranian Lawyer Arrested as Hard-Liners Flex New Strength

Leading Iranian Lawyer Arrested as Hard-Liners Flex New Strength

The lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh with her husband and children in Tehran in 2013, after her release from a previous spell in prison. She has become an international symbol of resistance to restrictive rule in Iran.

As Israel Pushes to Build, Bedouin Homes and School Face Demolition

As Israel Pushes to Build, Bedouin Homes and School Face Demolition

Khan al-Ahmar is behind a highway that divides two bustling Israeli settlements.

Donald Trump Jr. Retreats From Foreign Policy on India Trip

Donald Trump Jr. Retreats From Foreign Policy on India Trip

A newspaper bearing an image of Donald Trump Jr. in New Delhi.

Saving Koalas, and Other Marsupials, With Milk Almost as Good as Mom’s

Saving Koalas, and Other Marsupials, With Milk Almost as Good as Mom’s

Anne Bigham with some of the koalas she cares for at her home.

Hand-Me-Down Plane That Crashed Reflects a Cuban Air Industry in Crisis

Hand-Me-Down Plane That Crashed Reflects a Cuban Air Industry in Crisis

Rescuers searching through the wreckage of a Boeing 737 that crashed with more than 100 passengers on board near Havana on Friday.

Trump Indonesia Real Estate Project Gets Chinese Government Ally

Trump Indonesia Real Estate Project Gets Chinese Government Ally

A road is being built in Indonesia from Jakarta to Lido, the planned location for a theme park linked to companies with business interests tied to President Trump.

Pakistan Has Just One New Polio Case, but Isn’t Declaring Victory Yet

Pakistan Has Just One New Polio Case, but Isn’t Declaring Victory Yet

Gul Saima helping her 3-year-old son, Sayyad Karam, outside their home in Dukki, Pakistan. The boy was diagnosed with polio in April, the country’s only new case this year.

Amid the Trumpian Chaos, Europe Sees a Strategy: Divide and Conquer

Amid the Trumpian Chaos, Europe Sees a Strategy: Divide and Conquer

President Trump has rattled allies of the United States during his European tour.

What Is Telegram, and Why Are Iran and Russia Trying to Ban It?

What Is Telegram, and Why Are Iran and Russia Trying to Ban It?

Pavel Durov, the founder of Telegram, in San Francisco in 2014. He went into exile from Russia after clashes with the government of President Vladimir V. Putin.


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