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Trump’s Blasts Upend G-7, Alienating Oldest Allies

Trump’s Blasts Upend G-7, Alienating Oldest Allies

President Trump at the Group of 7 meeting in Canada on Friday. The president finds himself isolated on the global stage.

In China’s Coal Country, a Ban Brings Blue Skies and Cold Homes

In China’s Coal Country, a Ban Brings Blue Skies and Cold Homes

A black market coal store in Qiaoli, China. The nearby city of Linfen was once one of the world’s most heavily polluted cities.

Laughter, Then Horror, as Flames Engulfed Upscale Mumbai Restaurants

Laughter, Then Horror, as Flames Engulfed Upscale Mumbai Restaurants

The fire in Mumbai, India, on Friday destroyed two restaurants and left at least 14 people dead.

Iran Has Held U.S. Navy Veteran Since July, Family Says

Iran Has Held U.S. Navy Veteran Since July, Family Says

Michael R. White, an American Navy veteran, in an undated photograph.

For Some in Tunisia, Ramadan Is a Test of Personal Freedom

For Some in Tunisia, Ramadan Is a Test of Personal Freedom

A protest against rules forbidding most restaurants and cafes from opening during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in Tunis last month.

Brazil Wanted Change. Even Before Taking Office, Jair Bolsonaro Delivered.

Brazil Wanted Change. Even Before Taking Office, Jair Bolsonaro Delivered.

Brazilian soldiers during preparations for the far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro’s presidential inauguration on Tuesday. Significant changes have already begun in Brazil.

The Red Phone Box, a British Icon, Stages a Comeback

The Red Phone Box, a British Icon, Stages a Comeback

A rusting graveyard or a forest of opportunity? Many of the emblematic kiosks are being rescued from the scrap heap.

South African Court Raises Pressure for Zuma to Go

South African Court Raises Pressure for Zuma to Go

President Jacob Zuma of South Africa at an African National Congress meeting this month. Cyril Ramaphosa was elected there as the party’s new leader.

A One-Eyed Québécois ‘Rambo’ Captures Imaginations in Canada

A One-Eyed Québécois ‘Rambo’ Captures Imaginations in Canada

Léo Major during his service in the Canadian Army in World War II.

Angela Merkel Strikes New Deal With Old Partners, at a High Cost

Angela Merkel Strikes New Deal With Old Partners, at a High Cost

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany in Berlin on Wednesday with Horst Seehofer of the Christian Social Union, center, and Martin Schulz of the Social Democrats, right, after talks to form a coalition government.

Newfound Pride in Guaraní, a Language Long Disdained in Paraguay

Newfound Pride in Guaraní, a Language Long Disdained in Paraguay

Dancers waiting backstage to take part in a televised Christmas special broadcast in the Guaraní language last month in Asunción, Paraguay.

Trump Warns NATO Allies to Spend More on Defense, or Else

Trump Warns NATO Allies to Spend More on Defense, or Else

President Trump met with Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the Netherlands on Monday in the Oval Office. In letters sent last month, Mr. Trump demanded that NATO allies spend more on their own defense.

Where Doulas Calm Nerves and Bridge Cultures During Childbirth

Where Doulas Calm Nerves and Bridge Cultures During Childbirth

The doula Oksana Kornieko, center, interpreted as the midwife Elisabeth Oskarsson suggested an epidural for Maria Hussein in Halmstad, Sweden. Ms. Hussein's husband, Abdulhanan Mohamed, is at left.

Jacob Zuma’s Legacy Is a Weakened South Africa

Jacob Zuma’s Legacy Is a Weakened South Africa

President Jacob Zuma of South Africa answering questions from members of Parliament in March 2016.

2 Indian Women Enter Sabarimala Temple, Setting Off Protests Near Hindu Shrine

2 Indian Women Enter Sabarimala Temple, Setting Off Protests Near Hindu Shrine

The Sabarimala Temple in Kerala, India, until recently, barred women of childbearing age from entering. Two women went in for the first time, sparking protests both against the women and in support of women’s rights.

As Search for Thai Boys Lost in Cave Hits Day 5, a Nation Holds Its Breath

As Search for Thai Boys Lost in Cave Hits Day 5, a Nation Holds Its Breath

Soldiers relaying electric cable deep into the Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai, Thailand, on Tuesday.


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