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Jack Dorsey, Posting About Myanmar on Twitter, Is Accused of Being Tone Deaf

HONG KONG — Twitter’s chief executive, Jack Dorsey, fresh off a silent-meditation retreat in Myanmar, was so smitten with his visit that he posted...

Iran’s migrants trying to get from Serbia to the UK

In November there was a spike in the number of migrants trying to cross the English channel in small inflatable dinghies.Unusually, many of those...

Documenting the Disappearing Glaciers of Iceland

Most people dream of flying, so it’s only natural to be jealous of Ragnar Axelsson — a photographer also known as RAX — as...

Australia’s Migrant Camps Are ‘Crime Against Humanity,’ Lawsuit Claims

MELBOURNE, Australia — Asylum seekers who attempted to reach Australia by boat but were instead detained in offshore camps are suing the government, claiming...

Will Kim Jong-un Visit Seoul This Month? South Korea Is Holding Its Breath

Mr. Moon hopes that if Mr. Kim visits Seoul this month, he can use the meeting to help narrow the differences between Pyongyang and...

Carlos Ghosn, Formerly of Nissan, Is Indicted Over His Pay

TOKYO — Prosecutors in Japan on Monday indicted Carlos Ghosn, the former chairman of Nissan Motor, and the auto company, accusing them of violating...

Countdown to the Brexit Vote: Your Monday Briefing

While we’re tracking the approach of the British Parliament’s coming vote on Brexit, we enlisted Ellen Barry, our London-based chief international correspondent, to take...

Battered ISIS Keeps Grip on Last Piece of Territory for Over a Year

On the ground, however, there have been only incremental changes in the three months of this final push. And in recent days, the Kurdish-led...

Lyudmila Alexeyeva, ‘Grandmother’ of Russia’s Human Rights Movement, Is Dead

Though the treaty’s text was published in Pravda, the newspaper of the Communist Party, the Soviet authorities were not amused. They broke up the...

Afghanistan Suspends Five Soccer Officials in Sex Abuse Scandal

KABUL, Afghanistan — Five officials with Afghanistan’s soccer federation, including its leader, have been suspended indefinitely after allegations surfaced that some officials had sexually...

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