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Thousands Once Spoke His Language in the Amazon. Now, He’s the Only One.

Thousands Once Spoke His Language in the Amazon. Now, He’s the Only One.

Amadeo García García is the last man to speak Taushiro, a language spoken by an Amazon tribe. When he goes, an entire culture will disappear. We went to find him.

Sister of Korean ‘Nut Rage’ Heiress Accused of Throwing Her Own Tantrum

Sister of Korean ‘Nut Rage’ Heiress Accused of Throwing Her Own Tantrum

Cho Hyun-min has apologized for “foolish and reckless behavior,” but her company, Korean Air, denied that she threw water in an advertising executive’s face.

Israel’s Clash With Iran and Syria: 5 Takeaways

Israel’s Clash With Iran and Syria: 5 Takeaways

Israeli soldiers inspecting the site where an Israeli F-16 fighter jet crashed on Saturday, returning from a mission over Syria.

Visiting Afghanistan, Pence Says U.S. Will ‘See This Through’

Visiting Afghanistan, Pence Says U.S. Will ‘See This Through’

Vice President Mike Pence at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan on Thursday. He said Afghan troops and the coalition led by the United States had “put the Taliban on the defensive.”

Unification Plan From China Finds Few Takers in Taiwan

Unification Plan From China Finds Few Takers in Taiwan

In a speech on Wednesday, President Xi Jinping of China called Taiwan’s autonomy a “wound to the Chinese nation.”

Killer Dogs Take 14 Lives. Did Closing Slaughterhouses Play a Role?

Killer Dogs Take 14 Lives. Did Closing Slaughterhouses Play a Role?

Residents of Gurpaliya village in Uttar Pradesh, India, searching for dogs that have been attacking, and killing, children with alarming frequency. Locals blame the closing of slaughterhouses, which were a source of scraps for dogs.

Haunted by Memories of Syrian Torture, Saved by Art

Haunted by Memories of Syrian Torture, Saved by Art

Najah al-Bukai, a Syrian artist, in his apartment and studio in Fontenay-le-Comte, France.

Iran Plays Down Report That U.S. Secretly Asked for Talks on Prisoners

Iran Plays Down Report That U.S. Secretly Asked for Talks on Prisoners

Babak Namazi spoke at a news conference in Vienna in April. His father, Baquer Namazi, pictured left, and his brother Siamak, right, were convicted by an Iranian court in 2016 of collaborating with a hostile power.

Heat Wave Scorches Sweden as Wildfires Rage in the Arctic Circle

Heat Wave Scorches Sweden as Wildfires Rage in the Arctic Circle

A fire in Karbole, Sweden, on Sunday. The Swedish news agency TT said the blazes had devoured woodlands valued at almost $70 million.

Dozens of Dead in Yemen, and Blame Pointing in Both Directions

Dozens of Dead in Yemen, and Blame Pointing in Both Directions

The victims of an attack on a fish market in Al Hudaydah, Yemen, on Thursday. Bombs also fell on a residential neighborhood and the city’s main hospital.

Quebec Mosque Shooter Was Consumed by Refugees, Trump and Far Right

Quebec Mosque Shooter Was Consumed by Refugees, Trump and Far Right

Evening prayer at the Islamic Cultural Center of Quebec City last week, a little more than a year after Alexandre Bissonnette killed six people there.

Belgium’s Interior Minister Visits New York Police to Discuss Terror Threats

Belgium’s Interior Minister Visits New York Police to Discuss Terror Threats

Belgium’s interior minister, Jan Jambon, with John J. Miller, New York City’s deputy police commissioner for intelligence and counterterrorism, right, at a tour of a New York Police Department antiterrorism unit on Thursday.

A New Russian Ploy: Competing Extradition Requests

A New Russian Ploy: Competing Extradition Requests

Lawyers for an accused Russian hacker, Pyotr Y. Levashov, leaving court after his extradition hearing in Madrid in July.

Over 40 Should Face Trial for South Sudan Atrocities, U.N. Team Says

Over 40 Should Face Trial for South Sudan Atrocities, U.N. Team Says

A displaced family in Yambio, South Sudan. Fighting has forced more than four million people to flee their homes — a third of the country’s population — and supplies are scarce.

Top Pakistani News Channel Is Forced Off Air, and Eyes Are on the Military

Top Pakistani News Channel Is Forced Off Air, and Eyes Are on the Military

Geo News, Pakistan’s most widely watched network, says it has been forced off the air over 80 percent of the country.

A Blot on Ireland’s Past, Facing Demolition

A Blot on Ireland’s Past, Facing Demolition

The back wall of the Gloucester Street laundry, the last of Ireland’s infamous Magdalene Laundries, which closed in 1996.


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