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Chemnitz Protests Show New Strength of Germany’s Far Right

Chemnitz Protests Show New Strength of Germany’s Far Right

Violent demonstrations against refugees have featured a chant that translates to English as “we are the people.”

To Contain Tourism, One Spanish City Strikes a Ban, on Airbnb

To Contain Tourism, One Spanish City Strikes a Ban, on Airbnb

The port of Palma de Mallorca, Spain. It will become the first Spanish city to ban the short-term rental of apartments sites like Airbnb.

‘I Can’t Breathe’: Video of Indigenous Australian’s Prison Death Stirs Outrage

‘I Can’t Breathe’: Video of Indigenous Australian’s Prison Death Stirs Outrage

Newly released footage from 2015 shows an Indigenous Australian prisoner screaming, “I can’t breathe” while being pinned down by a team of officers. He was declared dead about one hour after the guards entered his cell.

7 Dead and Dozens Missing in Russia Building Collapse

7 Dead and Dozens Missing in Russia Building Collapse

An apartment building in Magnitogorsk, Russia, after an explosion on Monday.

China’s Last Cave Dwellers Fight to Keep Their Underground Homes

China’s Last Cave Dwellers Fight to Keep Their Underground Homes

Children doing chores during their weekend break from boarding school.

Body of Pakistani Girl Killed in Texas School Shooting Is Returned Home

Body of Pakistani Girl Killed in Texas School Shooting Is Returned Home

The funeral for the Pakistani exchange student Sabika Sheikh in Karachi on Wednesday. She was one of 10 killed when a student opened fire last week at a Texas high school.

U.S. Funding Cut Reignites Debate on Palestinian Refugee Agency

U.S. Funding Cut Reignites Debate on Palestinian Refugee Agency

The Khan Younis refugee camp in Gaza, where much of the population relies on assistance from the United Nations Relief and Works Agency.

As Nicaragua Death Toll Grows, Support for Ortega Slips

As Nicaragua Death Toll Grows, Support for Ortega Slips

At the grave of Jesner Josué Rivas, who was killed in the unrest. His mother, Jessica Rivas, left, and grandmother Marixa Ruedas visited last month.

Proof of Children’s Vaccinations? Italy Will Now Take Parents’ Word for It

Proof of Children’s Vaccinations? Italy Will Now Take Parents’ Word for It

Dr. Roberto Ieraci vaccinating a child in Rome this year. Vaccination rates in Italy and elsewhere in Europe are lower than in the United States.

How Tall Is Mount Everest? For Nepal, It’s a Touchy Question.

How Tall Is Mount Everest? For Nepal, It’s a Touchy Question.

The height of Mount Everest is widely recognized as 29,029 feet. But the calculation is inexact and subject to multiple factors. Nepal is sending a team of surveyors to the summit to settle the “How tall?” question for themselves.

Could a Colonial-Era Golf Club Solve Hong Kong’s Housing Woes?

Could a Colonial-Era Golf Club Solve Hong Kong’s Housing Woes?

The Hong Kong Golf Club has become the focal point of a citywide debate about how to use an increasingly scarce and valuable resource: land.

Koreans Set the Table for a Deal That Trump Will Try to Close

Koreans Set the Table for a Deal That Trump Will Try to Close

People in Seoul, South Korea, watched live coverage on Friday of a meeting between President Moon Jae-in and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un.

After 20 Years of Silence, Strangers in Ethiopia and Eritrea Call to Say Hello

After 20 Years of Silence, Strangers in Ethiopia and Eritrea Call to Say Hello

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia, left, and Foreign Minister Osman Saleh Mohammed of Eritrea worked to restore relations between the countries.

Saudi Arabia Denies Issuing American Weapons to Sudanese

Saudi Arabia Denies Issuing American Weapons to Sudanese

Sudanese soldiers fighting for the Saudi-led coalition along the coastal highway near Hudaydah, Yemen.

To Build Dubai of the Balkans, Serbia Deploys Bulldozers and Baseball Bats

To Build Dubai of the Balkans, Serbia Deploys Bulldozers and Baseball Bats

A billboard advertising the $3.6 billion Belgrade Waterfront development project in Serbia. People who live in work in the area and have refused to leave say they have been threatened.

Melting Ice Uncovers 1946 Wreckage of U.S. Plane in Swiss Glacier

Melting Ice Uncovers 1946 Wreckage of U.S. Plane in Swiss Glacier

Some of the debris on Wednesday from a plane crash 70 years ago on the Gauli Glacier in Switzerland. The survival of everyone onboard “was the most improbable story in the history of international aviation,” one expert said.


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