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Sergei Skripal Was Retired, but Still in the Spy Game. Is That Why He Was Poisoned?

Sergei Skripal Was Retired, but Still in the Spy Game. Is That Why He Was Poisoned?

Army officers removing the bench where Sergei V. Skripal and his daughter were found in Salisbury, England, in March.

Hamas Sees Gaza Protests as Peaceful — and as a ‘Deadly Weapon’

Hamas Sees Gaza Protests as Peaceful — and as a ‘Deadly Weapon’

The political leader of Hamas, Ismail Haniya, likened Palestinians’ struggle to those for India’s independence, against racial segregation in the United States and against apartheid in South Africa.

Crude, Yes, but Not Like Weinstein: French Man Sues MeToo Accuser

Crude, Yes, but Not Like Weinstein: French Man Sues MeToo Accuser

Sandra Muller, a French journalist working in New York, started the hashtag BalanceTonPorc, or ExposeYourPig, last October.

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.

U.S. Lets a Few Members of a Migrant Caravan Apply for Asylum

U.S. Lets a Few Members of a Migrant Caravan Apply for Asylum

Members of a migrant caravan walking to the border wall in Tijuana, Mexico, on Sunday. American border officials initially said they lacked the capacity to process asylum seekers.

Iraqi Council to Oversee Manual Recount Amid Post-Election Chaos

Iraqi Council to Oversee Manual Recount Amid Post-Election Chaos

Casting a ballot in Baghdad last month. The initial results of the election gave a surprise victory to a coalition led by the Shiite cleric Moktada al-Sadr.

In Daring Underwater Cave Rescue, 4 of 13 Thai Are Freed

In Daring Underwater Cave Rescue, 4 of 13 Thai Are Freed

Rescue workers moved air tanks near Tham Luang Cave on Sunday. The canisters are key to the rescue effort.

Showmanship, and Conflict, as Darts Goes From Smoky Pubs to TV Spectacle

Showmanship, and Conflict, as Darts Goes From Smoky Pubs to TV Spectacle

At times, a dart match can seem more like a rowdy frat party than a sporting event. Here, fans celebrate during the World Championship at the Alexandra Palace in London this month.

A Far-Right Leader Went for a Swim in Germany. His Clothes Went for a Walk.

A Far-Right Leader Went for a Swim in Germany. His Clothes Went for a Walk.

Alexander Gauland, a co-leader of the Alternative for Germany party, told his local newspaper that he had to change the locks on his house, because the keys were in his stolen trousers.

South Africa Vows to End Corruption. Are Its New Leaders Part of the Problem?

South Africa Vows to End Corruption. Are Its New Leaders Part of the Problem?

Students praying before the start of classes at Mpumelelo Primary School, the site of protests last year.

Tale of North Korean Waitresses Who Fled to South Takes Dark Turn

Tale of North Korean Waitresses Who Fled to South Takes Dark Turn

A North Korean-run restaurant in Beijing in 2016. That same year, South Korea said 12 North Korean waitresses had defected from a similar restaurant in China, but many details of the journey remained a mystery.

Major Chain in Canada Pulls Ivanka Trump’s Clothing

Major Chain in Canada Pulls Ivanka Trump’s Clothing

The Hudson’s Bay Company would not say whether boycotts influenced its decision to pull clothing bearing Ivanka Trump’s fashion brand.

Russia’s Feared ‘Night Wolves’ Bike Gang Came to Bosnia. Bosnia Giggled.

Russia’s Feared ‘Night Wolves’ Bike Gang Came to Bosnia. Bosnia Giggled.

Members of the Night Wolves motorcycle gang visiting a monastery in Serbia. The gang’s tour, funded with a grant from the Kremlin, was billed as a “pilgrimage” meant to showcase the shared Orthodox faith of Russia and the region.

In Colombia Border Town, Desperate Venezuelans Sell Hair to Survive

In Colombia Border Town, Desperate Venezuelans Sell Hair to Survive

Wilya Hernández, a Venezuelan who crossed the border into Cúcuta, Colombia, breast feeds her daughter, 2. They sleep on the city’s streets.

After U.S. Strikes, Syria Returns to War as Usual

After U.S. Strikes, Syria Returns to War as Usual

A research center near Damascus that was hit by the American strike on Saturday.


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