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Taliban Leaders Declare a Halt to Bombings in Civilian Areas

Taliban Leaders Declare a Halt to Bombings in Civilian Areas

Taliban militants and residents in Kandahar Province mingled last month during a cease-fire.

Italy’s New Government Will Challenge the E.U. at Its Heart

Italy’s New Government Will Challenge the E.U. at Its Heart

Giuseppe Conte was given the mandate to become prime minister of Italy by President Sergio Mattarella on Wednesday.

After a President’s Shocking Death, a Suspicious Twin Reshapes a Nation

After a President’s Shocking Death, a Suspicious Twin Reshapes a Nation

Jaroslaw Kaczynski, center, at an event in Warsaw in April commemorating the eighth anniversary of the death of Lech Kaczynski, his brother and the former president of Poland.

A Critic’s Lonely Quest: Revealing the Whole Truth About Mother Teresa

A Critic’s Lonely Quest: Revealing the Whole Truth About Mother Teresa

Dr. Aroup Chatterjee, a London-based physician, published “Mother Teresa: The Final Verdict” in 2003, which cataloged evidence that the Missionaries of Charity ran inadequate facilities and often offered little comfort to those it was trying to help.

Businesswoman’s Fate a Test of China’s Resolve on North Korea

Businesswoman’s Fate a Test of China’s Resolve on North Korea

Friendship Bridge, linking Dandong, China, to North Korea. From the border city, the Chinese businesswoman Ma Xiaohong conducted trade that American officials say violated international sanctions.

Father of Drowned Syrian Boy Delivers Christmas Message to Britons

Father of Drowned Syrian Boy Delivers Christmas Message to Britons

Abdullah Kurdi, a Syrian refugee whose son drowned off Turkey this year, recorded a holiday message for Britain's Channel 4.

In Russia, a ‘Special Highway’ Helps the Privileged Avoid Traffic

In Russia, a ‘Special Highway’ Helps the Privileged Avoid Traffic

On a road linking the Kremlin and the official residence of the Russian president, a central lane is reserved for cars of important officials.

Afghanistan Breaks Ground on 1,127-Mile ‘Peace Pipeline’

Afghanistan Breaks Ground on 1,127-Mile ‘Peace Pipeline’

A wall painted with portraits in Herat, Afghanistan, part of a celebration over the start of work on a gas pipeline which will pass through Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.

Brazil Wavers on Environment, and Earth’s Largest Wetland Starts to Wither

Brazil Wavers on Environment, and Earth’s Largest Wetland Starts to Wither

President Michel Temer during a press event in Pantanal. Mr. Temer is unabashed about his support for the agriculture and cattle industries.

Afghan Policewomen Struggle Against Culture

Afghan Policewomen Struggle Against Culture

Police training in Kabul. The hiring of policewomen has been a priority for Western funding organizations.

On Spain’s Smartest Streets, a Property Boom Made in Venezuela

On Spain’s Smartest Streets, a Property Boom Made in Venezuela

A protest against President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela, held in Madrid in May as presidential elections took place in the South American country.

London Driver Held in Terrorism Inquiry After Car Crash Near Parliament

London Driver Held in Terrorism Inquiry After Car Crash Near Parliament

Police officers near the site where a car crashed outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Tuesday.

Malaysia’s Leader, Najib Razak, Faces U.S. Corruption Inquiry

Malaysia’s Leader, Najib Razak, Faces U.S. Corruption Inquiry

The prime minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak, second from right, leaving the Time Warner Center in New York last September.

Mao 101: Inside a Chinese Classroom Training the Communists of Tomorrow

Mao 101: Inside a Chinese Classroom Training the Communists of Tomorrow

Students watching Feng Wuzhong’s online lecture video during a course on Mao’s ideology at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

Behind a Roadside Hit in Malaysia, Israeli-Palestinian Intrigue

Behind a Roadside Hit in Malaysia, Israeli-Palestinian Intrigue

Mourners carried the body of Fadi al-Batsh, a technology expert for Hamas, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Wednesday. He was gunned down on Saturday in the Malaysian capital, where he had lived for seven years.

Italian President’s Loyalty to the Euro Creates Chaos

Italian President’s Loyalty to the Euro Creates Chaos

President Sergio Mattarella of Italy enraged populists by rejecting a cabinet minister he feared would lead Italy out of the eurozone.


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