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Ex-Coach for English Soccer Teams Convicted of Molesting Child Players

Ex-Coach for English Soccer Teams Convicted of Molesting Child Players

Barry Bennell in a Florida courtroom in 1995. On Tuesday, Mr. Bennell was convicted of sexually assaulting boys in Britain from 1979 to 1990.

Book Explores Kim Jong-un’s Feelings About His Mother, and Other Family Tales

Book Explores Kim Jong-un’s Feelings About His Mother, and Other Family Tales

Thae Yong-ho, a former North Korean diplomat, promoting his memoir in Seoul, South Korea, this month.

Vienna ‘New Year’s Baby’ Greeted First With Hate, Then Hearts

Vienna ‘New Year’s Baby’ Greeted First With Hate, Then Hearts

Naime and Alper Tamga with their daughter Asel, who was the first baby to be born in Vienna in 2018.

With Just His Parrot, a Refugee Boy Starts a Hard New Life

With Just His Parrot, a Refugee Boy Starts a Hard New Life

Bilal and his parrot, Toti, at their new home in Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan, in February 2017.

English City, Stunned, Tries to Make Sense of New Poisonings

English City, Stunned, Tries to Make Sense of New Poisonings

A public rubbish bin was cordoned off in Amesbury, near Salisbury, England, on Thursday in connection with the investigation into two new poisonings involving the nerve agent Novichok.

Egypt Hands Over Video in Murder Case — Damaged and 2 Years Late

Egypt Hands Over Video in Murder Case — Damaged and 2 Years Late

Italians remembered the 2016 killing of Giulio Regeni at a candlelight vigil in Rome in January.

A Trump-Kim Deal Could Send China’s Trade With North Korea Soaring

A Trump-Kim Deal Could Send China’s Trade With North Korea Soaring

A luxury apartment complex in Dandong, China, near the border with North Korea, last month. A big screen played footage on a loop of a meeting between President Xi Jinping of China and North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un.

Burying ‘One Child’ Limits, China Pushes Women to Have More Babies

Burying ‘One Child’ Limits, China Pushes Women to Have More Babies

A nurse taking care of a newborn this month in Beijing. Almost three years after easing its “one child” policy, the Chinese government is trying to stimulate a baby boom.

Behind a Roadside Hit in Malaysia, Israeli-Palestinian Intrigue

Behind a Roadside Hit in Malaysia, Israeli-Palestinian Intrigue

Mourners carried the body of Fadi al-Batsh, a technology expert for Hamas, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Wednesday. He was gunned down on Saturday in the Malaysian capital, where he had lived for seven years.

Too Radical for France, a Muslim Clergyman Faces Deportation

Too Radical for France, a Muslim Clergyman Faces Deportation

El Hadi Doudi, an imam who preaches a fundamentalist form of Islam, at a courthouse in Marseille, France, in February. The French government is trying to expel him.

‘Fraternité’ Brings Immunity for Migrant Advocate in France

‘Fraternité’ Brings Immunity for Migrant Advocate in France

Cedric Herrou in May at the Cannes Film Festival, where a film was shown of his assistance to migrants.

After Gang Rape of Girl, 16, First a Fine, and Then a Murder

After Gang Rape of Girl, 16, First a Fine, and Then a Murder

High-profile crimes against women have prompted protests like this one in Bengaluru, India, last month.

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.

Keeping Summit Hopes Alive Suggests Kim Jong-un May Need a Deal

Keeping Summit Hopes Alive Suggests Kim Jong-un May Need a Deal

South Korean news coverage on a screen in Seoul, the capital. Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, has promised his people a prosperous economy, and President Trump’s cancellation of their summit talks put that goal in jeopardy.

Denmark Gets First Public Statue of a Black Woman, a ‘Rebel Queen’

Denmark Gets First Public Statue of a Black Woman, a ‘Rebel Queen’

The statue of Mary Thomas called “I Am Queen Mary” is the first public monument to a black woman in Denmark, according to the artists.


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