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The Propaganda I See on My Morning Commute

The Propaganda I See on My Morning Commute

In Sanlitun Soho, a commercial and office complex in Beijing, a giant electronic billboard displays this message from the Chinese Communist Party: “The people have faith. The nation has hope. The state has strength.”

Success of Irish Trail Shows That Maybe You Can Eat the Scenery

Success of Irish Trail Shows That Maybe You Can Eat the Scenery

Cyclists this month on the Great Western Greenway, a 26-mile trail laid on the bed of a disused railway in the west of Ireland.

Kremlin Opponent Aleksei Navalny Is Briefly Detained for Organizing Protests

Kremlin Opponent Aleksei Navalny Is Briefly Detained for Organizing Protests

The Russian opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny, center, at a rally in Moscow in January.

As Authoritarianism Spreads, Uzbekistan Goes the Other Way

As Authoritarianism Spreads, Uzbekistan Goes the Other Way

Soldiers in the center of Bukhara, Uzbekistan, in February.

After Each Attack He Carried the Wounded. Then He Became a Victim.

After Each Attack He Carried the Wounded. Then He Became a Victim.

Wakil Hussain Allahdad carrying a wounded girl after an attack by gunmen at a shrine in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 2016. He was killed in an attack on Sunday.

Japan Reels From Heavy Rains; Dozens Killed and Millions Urged to Evacuate

Japan Reels From Heavy Rains; Dozens Killed and Millions Urged to Evacuate

Troops from the Japanese Self-Defense Forces evacuated residents in Okayama Prefecture on Saturday. The deluge left dozens dead and dozens more missing, the public broadcaster NHK said.

Hard-Liners and Reformers Tapped Iranians’ Ire. Now, Both Are Protest Targets.

Hard-Liners and Reformers Tapped Iranians’ Ire. Now, Both Are Protest Targets.

Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, blamed “enemies” for the antigovernment protests but did not specify who.

Iran Can’t Keep Dictating Lifestyle, Its President Warns

Iran Can’t Keep Dictating Lifestyle, Its President Warns

President Hassan Rouhani of Iran in Tehran on Monday. Mr. Rouhani said restrictive policies on young people were to blame for much of the recent unrest in the country. “One cannot force one’s lifestyle on the future generations,” he said.

‘It’s a Massacre’: Blast in Kabul Deepens Toll of a Long War

‘It’s a Massacre’: Blast in Kabul Deepens Toll of a Long War

A bomb placed inside an ambulance exploded on a busy Kabul street on Saturday, killing at least 95 people and injuring at least 158 others. The explosion comes a week after another attack shook the city.

A Wrestling Team in Australia Fights to Prove It’s Not an ‘African Gang’

A Wrestling Team in Australia Fights to Prove It’s Not an ‘African Gang’

South Sudanese immigrants at a beach in Melbourne, Australia. The government recently declared Victoria State had an “African gang” problem, but crime statistics do not bear out the claim.

MacArthur Grant Will Create ‘Sesame Street’ for Syrian Refugees

MacArthur Grant Will Create ‘Sesame Street’ for Syrian Refugees

Puppeteers setting props for a new Afghan character for “Sesame Street” earlier this year. Sesame Workshop will send Muppets to the Middle East to help educate displaced children.

Deal for Macedonia Name? High Treason, Some Greeks Say

Deal for Macedonia Name? High Treason, Some Greeks Say

Tens of thousands of people protested in Thessaloniki, Greece, earlier this year against allowing a neighboring Balkan country to use the name Macedonia.

Olympics Open With Koreas Marching Together, Offering Hope for Peace

Olympics Open With Koreas Marching Together, Offering Hope for Peace

The unified Korean team marching in the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics at Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium.

Guatemala Volcano’s Death Toll, Now at 65, Is Likely to Rise

Guatemala Volcano’s Death Toll, Now at 65, Is Likely to Rise

Volcán del Fuego spewed rock, hot gas and ash on Sunday, affecting nearly two million residents.

A Libyan Strongman Looks to Washington, but a Health Crisis Looms

A Libyan Strongman Looks to Washington, but a Health Crisis Looms

In Benghazi’s devastated downtown, ex-fighters warmed themselves over a bonfire made from broken furniture. The forces of Gen. Khalifa Hifter routed the last Islamist militias from Benghazi in December.

Divers in Thailand Scour Cave for Missing Soccer Team and Coach

Divers in Thailand Scour Cave for Missing Soccer Team and Coach

Rescue teams on Monday in a deep, flooded cave where a group of boys and their coach were missing in Chiang Rai Province, northern Thailand.


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