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Star Athlete Is Injured in Egg Attack, and Italy Debates ‘a Racism Emergency’

Star Athlete Is Injured in Egg Attack, and Italy Debates ‘a Racism Emergency’

The Italian discus thrower Daisy Osakue addressed the media outside the hospital in Turin on Monday after she was hit in the face by an egg hurled from a car.

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.

Mosul’s Renowned Religious Complex Will Rise From the Rubble

Mosul’s Renowned Religious Complex Will Rise From the Rubble

Iraqi security personnel taking a selfie in front of the remains of Al Nuri Grand Mosque in Mosul last year.

As ISIS Fighters Fill Prisons in Syria, Their Home Nations Look Away

As ISIS Fighters Fill Prisons in Syria, Their Home Nations Look Away

Syrian Democratic Forces have converted this former school in Ainissa, Syria, into a makeshift prison for holding suspected Islamic State fighters. American funds helped pay for the towering concrete perimeter walls installed last month.

Poland’s Nationalism Threatens Europe’s Values, and Cohesion

Poland’s Nationalism Threatens Europe’s Values, and Cohesion

A view of Sniadowo, Poland. The district, a collection of villages northeast of Warsaw, overwhelmingly supports the Law and Justice party.

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.”

‘A Royal Baby, a Prince!’: Kate and William Welcome New Baby

‘A Royal Baby, a Prince!’: Kate and William Welcome New Baby

Prince William and Kate Middleton, the duchess of Cambridge, welcomed a baby boy on April 23. He is their third child.

Burundi’s Leader Can Extend His Term. His African Peers Take Notes.

Burundi’s Leader Can Extend His Term. His African Peers Take Notes.

Voters in Ngozi, Burundi, lined up on Thursday to cast their ballots in a referendum on whether the president’s term should be extended.

Two Sought in Bombing at Indian Restaurant in Ontario

Two Sought in Bombing at Indian Restaurant in Ontario

The police released this photo of two people suspected of bombing an Indian restaurant in Mississauga, Ontario, a city near Toronto.

‘So Many Bodies’: Bomber Kills Dozens Signing Up to Vote in Kabul

‘So Many Bodies’: Bomber Kills Dozens Signing Up to Vote in Kabul

Afghans at the site of a suicide bombing in Kabul, where people had gone in response to a push by the authorities to get more people to register to vote.

Chinese Fans Paid Dearly for World Cup Tickets That Never Materialized

Chinese Fans Paid Dearly for World Cup Tickets That Never Materialized

Fans greeting players after the World Cup match between Argentina and Iceland in Moscow on Saturday. One Chinese fan said he spent four times the face value for a ticket to the match that he never received.

Ocean Cleanup Plastic Collector Heading Home. In Pieces.

Ocean Cleanup Plastic Collector Heading Home. In Pieces.

A test of the ocean-cleaning boom last year in Alameda, Calif. The group that created it said material fatigue and “local stress concentration” might have caused a fracture in the multimillion-dollar structure.

Four Are Killed in New Brunswick, and Canada Repeats a Sad Ritual

Four Are Killed in New Brunswick, and Canada Repeats a Sad Ritual

The police responded to a shooting on Friday in Fredericton, a university town in New Brunswick.

As Ireland Joins Europe’s Sprint From Catholic Fold, Francis Looks South

As Ireland Joins Europe’s Sprint From Catholic Fold, Francis Looks South

Pope Francis at the Vatican last week. The challenge for Francis is to keep the present decline of the church in Europe from becoming a preview of its future in South America and Africa.

11 and Married: Malaysia Spars Over an Age-Old Practice

11 and Married: Malaysia Spars Over an Age-Old Practice

Norazila, 14, at her family’s restaurant in Gua Musang, Malaysia. She was dumbfounded when she learned her friend Ayu, 11, had married her 41-year-old father.

Niger Ambush Suspect May Be in Custody, Officials Say

Niger Ambush Suspect May Be in Custody, Officials Say

One of the American soldiers ambushed by militants in Niger was wearing a helmet camera – we analyzed the footage to understand what happened.


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