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As bushfires swept Australia’s east coast on Tuesday, our photographer shot residents and firefighters close to the blaze.
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After a devastating act of vandalism, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine restored the twin towers on its intricately carved facade.
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Offensive decorations sparked neighborhood protests and vitriol online. But after the Instagram explosion came a frank conversation about race.

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The United States trade representative is hoping to broker a deal with the European Union to send more lobsters to Europe, but has received a chilly reception so far.
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A prominent human rights group is warning that migrants trying to reach Western Europe are living in “dangerously cold and harsh conditions” in Bosnia, where tensions have mounted over the influx of thousands of people fleeing war and poverty.
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State media say a Vietnamese court has sentenced a music teacher to 11 years in jail for “anti-state” Facebook posts.
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The first time someone asked Ariel Shepherd-Oppenheim and Eliza Ladensohn how long they had been together, it was the very day they met.
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The impeachment hearings showcase their mental limberness and ethical elasticity.
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The House’s impeachment inquiry, which burst into public view this week, will only pick up speed in the coming days.
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The fall of Evo Morales is a reminder that fixing a flawed democracy may not always follow the democratic playbook.
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Germany’s parliament has approved a bill to introduce a price for carbon emissions in the transport and heating sectors as part of a broader package of measures designed to tackle climate change.
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America exported its economic system to the South American country after a coup. Nearly 50 years later, it’s a nation with staggering inequality — and destabilizing protests.
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Leaked emails from 2015 and 2016 show one of Trump’s top advisers trying to teach Breitbart editors a thing or two about white nationalism.
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French police are launching a fresh appeal for witnesses and victims to come forward to aid their probe of Jeffrey Epstein and allegations that one of the financier’s associates drugged and raped young models.
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Polish state television’s reporting on the “emotional” and “historic” first visit by a Polish citizen to the United States without need of a visa has faced scrutiny and ridicule after viewers noticed the traveler was one of the broadcaster...
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Juliusz Paetz, the former Roman Catholic archbishop of Poznan in Poland who was banned from active service after allegations he sexually abused young priests and clerics, has died. He was 84.
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The former president of a private tennis club in Texas is expected to plead guilty in the college admissions scandal.
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Police in South Africa are removing about 150 refugees who the United Nations refugee agency says forced their way into its compound while protesting recent anti-immigrant attacks.
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China’s government has issued a plan to promote high-tech manufacturing after discarding a strategy that helped trigger a tariff war with Washington.
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A blockbuster doping case got lost in translation with Chinese swimmer Sun Yang on the stand.
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After a devastating act of vandalism, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine restored the twin towers on its intricately carved facade.
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What it’s like to have your home replicated on a sound stage and watch it become a regular character on TV.
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Offensive decorations sparked neighborhood protests and vitriol online. But after the Instagram explosion came a frank conversation about race.
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