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To Rid the Taj Mahal of Its Grime, India Prescribes a Mud Bath

To Rid the Taj Mahal of Its Grime, India Prescribes a Mud Bath

The Taj Mahal is undergoing its first deep cleaning since it was built in the 17th century. Pollution in India has turned parts of its marble facade yellow and black.

Four Are Killed in New Brunswick, and Canada Repeats a Sad Ritual

Four Are Killed in New Brunswick, and Canada Repeats a Sad Ritual

The police responded to a shooting on Friday in Fredericton, a university town in New Brunswick.

Scientist Behind Dolly the Sheep, a Key to Parkinson’s Research, Has the Disease Himself

Scientist Behind Dolly the Sheep, a Key to Parkinson’s Research, Has the Disease Himself

An undated photograph of Dr. Ian Wilmut with Dolly the sheep at the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh.

Survivors of Massacre Ask: ‘Why Did They Have to Kill Those Children?’

Survivors of Massacre Ask: ‘Why Did They Have to Kill Those Children?’

A family visiting a memorial to the victims of the 1981 massacre in El Mozote, El Salvador.

Cables Contain Claims Former Colombian Leader Is Tied to Drug Traffickers

Cables Contain Claims Former Colombian Leader Is Tied to Drug Traffickers

Álvaro Uribe, a former president of Colombia, spoke during a rally for the presidential candidate Iván Duque in Bogotá last week.

Thousands of German Students Protest ‘Unfair’ English Exam

Thousands of German Students Protest ‘Unfair’ English Exam

The Abitur is a pivotal national exam for German students leaving secondary school for university, and can shape their future careers.

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.

Putin Has a Chance to Woo the World. Thank Soccer, and Trump.

Putin Has a Chance to Woo the World. Thank Soccer, and Trump.

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia addressing the 68th FIFA Congress in Moscow on Wednesday.

Kenya’s Government Returns Some TV Stations to the Air

Kenya’s Government Returns Some TV Stations to the Air

A protest on Monday in Nairobi, Kenya, against the shutdown of major television channels.

Iranians Prayed for Rain, but Were Covered in Snow

Iranians Prayed for Rain, but Were Covered in Snow

In recent years, Tehran has mainly been covered in yellow smog during the winter months, but it was blanketed in snow on Sunday.

Philippine Mayor Who Shamed Drug Suspects Is Killed During Flag Ceremony

Philippine Mayor Who Shamed Drug Suspects Is Killed During Flag Ceremony

Antonio Halili, the mayor of Tanauan City in the Philippines, in 2016. He was the fourth Philippine mayor killed during President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs

Trump Opens Door, Just Slightly, to Talking With North Korea

Trump Opens Door, Just Slightly, to Talking With North Korea

“We want to talk also,” President Trump said in remarks to American governors at the White House on Monday, referring to the North Koreans. But he quickly added: “only under the right conditions.”

Migrants Fleeing to Canada Learn Even a Liberal Nation Has Limits

Migrants Fleeing to Canada Learn Even a Liberal Nation Has Limits

Marlise Beauville and Marie Nadege, immigrants from Haiti, at a cafe in Montreal.

Gunmen Shot at U.N. Team Near Site of Reported Chemical Attack, Official Says

Gunmen Shot at U.N. Team Near Site of Reported Chemical Attack, Official Says

A team of international experts is trying to determine whether chemical weapons were used in an attack on the Syrian town of Douma that killed at least 43 people this month.

Cutting Into Afghan Patronage: A Struggle to Make Government Younger

Cutting Into Afghan Patronage: A Struggle to Make Government Younger

Job applicants waited for interviews last month at the Civil Service Commission in Kabul.

Arrested Former C.I.A. Officer Had Ties to Chinese Spies, Ex-Colleague Says

Arrested Former C.I.A. Officer Had Ties to Chinese Spies, Ex-Colleague Says

New information suggests that Jerry Chun Shing Lee, who was arrested in New York this week, had repeated official and unofficial contacts with China’s Ministry of State Security, its main intelligence agency, in the years before he came under F.B.I. suspicion as a possible turncoat.


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