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Could the U.K. Vote Again on Brexit? The Prospects Are Rising

Could the U.K. Vote Again on Brexit? The Prospects Are Rising

A demonstration outside Parliament in March against Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union. Several groups have come together recently to make the case for a new vote.

Israel’s Latest Culture War Plays Out Under the Wedding Canopy

Israel’s Latest Culture War Plays Out Under the Wedding Canopy

Shiran Abukasis (center), 30, and Julia Klein (center right), 24, jump into the pool during their wedding party, in Hadera, Israel last month.

U.S. Accuses Syria of New Chemical Weapons Use

U.S. Accuses Syria of New Chemical Weapons Use

Victims received medical attention at a makeshift hospital after what witnesses said was a chlorine gas attack on the rebel-held enclave of Eastern Ghouta in Syria on Monday.

A Child of Gaza Dies. A Symbol Is Born. The Arguing Begins.

A Child of Gaza Dies. A Symbol Is Born. The Arguing Begins.

Relatives mourned the death of Layla Ghandour, an 8-month-old Palestinian girl who fell ill after inhaling tear gas at the protests in Gaza on Monday.

The U.S. Has Pummeled Al Qaeda in Yemen. But the Threat Is Barely Dented.

The U.S. Has Pummeled Al Qaeda in Yemen. But the Threat Is Barely Dented.

The scene of a suicide bombing this year in southern Yemen, where a branch of Al Qaeda has seized large swaths of land.

Mysterious Bank Deposits Fueled Suspicion of Former C.I.A. Officer

Mysterious Bank Deposits Fueled Suspicion of Former C.I.A. Officer

Jerry Chun Shing Lee, 53, is awaiting transfer to federal court in Northern Virginia, where he was charged.

10 Million Catholics in China Face Storm They Can’t Control

10 Million Catholics in China Face Storm They Can’t Control

People praying at Bishop Bai Cave, a holy site in southeastern China where a Dominican friar hid from Qing dynasty soldiers before being executed in the 1700s.

Thousands of ISIS Fighters Flee in Syria, Many to Fight Another Day

Thousands of ISIS Fighters Flee in Syria, Many to Fight Another Day

Fighters of the Syrian Democratic Forces standing guard in Raqqa in October after retaking the city from Islamic State fighters.

Puigdemont Cannot Be Extradited on Rebellion Charge, German Court Rules

Puigdemont Cannot Be Extradited on Rebellion Charge, German Court Rules

A protest in Barcelona last month in support of Catalonian politicians jailed on charges of sedition and condemning the arrest in Germany of the former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont.

Coming Out in Lebanon

Coming Out in Lebanon

Alexander Paulikevitch, a dancer and choreographer, on the roof of his building in Beirut, Lebanon.

BBC Managers Face Barrage of Criticism in Gender Pay Dispute

BBC Managers Face Barrage of Criticism in Gender Pay Dispute

The BBC’s headquarters in London. The broadcaster has faced a series of challenges over its pay structure.

Degas Painting, Stolen in 2009, Is Found on Bus Near Paris

Degas Painting, Stolen in 2009, Is Found on Bus Near Paris

The Degas painting, “The Chorus Singers,” was taken in 2009 from a museum in Marseille.

Canadian Government to Buy Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline

Canadian Government to Buy Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline

Constructing a section of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in Jasper National Park in 2009.

Criminal Groups Seek to Decide Outcome in Many Mexican Races

Criminal Groups Seek to Decide Outcome in Many Mexican Races

Abel Montúfar was among at least 136 politicians across Mexico who have been assassinated since last fall. More than a third were candidates or potential candidates.

Turkey Begins Operation Against U.S.-Backed Kurdish Militias in Syria

Turkey Begins Operation Against U.S.-Backed Kurdish Militias in Syria

Turkish-backed Free Syrian Army fighters on Friday in the Syrian city of Azez, near the Syria-Turkey border.

A Minister Fetes a Convicted Lynch Mob, and Many Indians Recoil

A Minister Fetes a Convicted Lynch Mob, and Many Indians Recoil

A political poster in Hazaribagh, India, featuring an image of Jayant Sinha, a government minister who draped garlands on eight men convicted of beating a Muslim man to death.


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