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More Black Officials in Power in Cuba as Leadership Changes

More Black Officials in Power in Cuba as Leadership Changes

Paying homage to Fidel Castro at Plaza de la Revolucion in Havana in 2016.

Police in Turkey Break Up Mothers’ Weekly Vigil

Police in Turkey Break Up Mothers’ Weekly Vigil

Emine Ocak, who is said to be in her 80s, was detained by the police in Istanbul on Saturday. She has attended vigils regularly since her son disappeared in 1995.

Korean Families, Separated for 6 Decades, Are Briefly Reunited

Korean Families, Separated for 6 Decades, Are Briefly Reunited

Lee Geum-seom, 92, of South Korea wrapped her arms around her son Ri Sang-chol, a 71-year-old North Korean, for the first time in more than 60 years.

Battle to Stamp Out ISIS in Syria Gains New Momentum, but Threats Remain

Battle to Stamp Out ISIS in Syria Gains New Momentum, but Threats Remain

The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces in eastern Syria this month. The militia’s announcement of a new ground offensive on May 1 was a turning point in the battle to wipe out the last pockets of the Islamic State.

At French Outpost in African Migrant Hub, Asylum for a Select Few

At French Outpost in African Migrant Hub, Asylum for a Select Few

Asylum seekers at the United Nations compound in Niamey, Niger, last month.

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.

Trump and Davos: Not Exactly Best Friends, but Not Enemies Either

Trump and Davos: Not Exactly Best Friends, but Not Enemies Either

Several world leaders highlighted integration and cooperation as vital for the global economy ahead of President Trump’s arrival at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Banker Finds He Has ‘Even More Enemies Than I Thought’

Banker Finds He Has ‘Even More Enemies Than I Thought’

The governor of Bank of Latvia, Ilmars Rimsevics, at a news conference in Riga in February.

Islamic State Claims Deadly Blast at Afghan Shiite Center

Islamic State Claims Deadly Blast at Afghan Shiite Center

The scene of a suicide bomb attack that killed dozens in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Thursday.

Devastating Dust Storm Strikes India, Killing at Least 94

Devastating Dust Storm Strikes India, Killing at Least 94

Strong winds whipped dust and debris through New Delhi on Wednesday.

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.

Sex Abuse Case Shadows Pope Francis’ Visit to Peru

Sex Abuse Case Shadows Pope Francis’ Visit to Peru

Banners welcoming Pope Francis to Peru on display in Lima last week.

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.

How Rescuers in a Thai Cave Pulled Off the Impossible

How Rescuers in a Thai Cave Pulled Off the Impossible

This undated photo taken recently and released by the Royal Thai Navy on July 7 shows a group of Thai Navy divers in Tham Luang Cave during the rescue operation for 12 Thai boys and their soccer coach.

In Nigeria, Another Mass Kidnapping Stirs Painful Memories and Anger

In Nigeria, Another Mass Kidnapping Stirs Painful Memories and Anger

An empty classroom at the school in Dapchi, Nigeria, where dozens of girls went missing after Boko Haram attacked the village.

French and U.K. Fishing Boats Clash in ‘Scallop War’

French and U.K. Fishing Boats Clash in ‘Scallop War’

A Scottish scallop dredger, right, docked at Shoreham, England, on Wednesday, a day after clashes with French fishermen off France’s northern coast.


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