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Watching the World Cup in a War Zone, Where Every Goal Matters

Watching the World Cup in a War Zone, Where Every Goal Matters

Oleg A., left, the commander of the 2nd Battalion of the 92nd Brigade of Ukraine’s army, talked with soldiers while Alexei Brodskyi, a radio operator, caught a glimpse of a World Cup match on
Critic’s Notebook: A Critic’s First Orchestra Defines Britain’s Musical Soul

Critic’s Notebook: A Critic’s First Orchestra Defines Britain’s Musical Soul

Leading inspired performances of Wagner and British classics, Mark Elder, the music director of the Hallé Orchestra since 1999, has presided over the ensemble’s revival from financial crisis.
Trump-Kim Deal Promises Answers for Families of Korean War M.I.A.s

Trump-Kim Deal Promises Answers for Families of Korean War M.I.A.s

Lt. Harold Downes Jr. on leave in Japan in 1952. His bomber went down over North Korea later that year.
Corner Office: Marc Benioff of Salesforce: ‘Are We Not All Connected?’

Corner Office: Marc Benioff of Salesforce: ‘Are We Not All Connected?’

Marc Benioff, the chief executive officer of Salesforce.com, believes he can make the world a better place while also making hefty profits for his company.
The Getaway: Glamping Slips Into the Mainstream

The Getaway: Glamping Slips Into the Mainstream

Accommodations at Collective Hill Country, a Retreat at Montesino Ranch, outside Austin, Tex.
Chantilly, a Horse Racing Town (and Forest)

Chantilly, a Horse Racing Town (and Forest)

Thoroughbreds training on a wide path in the Chantilly Forest in France. The city of Chantilly’s equestrian culture has existed for hundreds of years.
Shape-Shifting Art Tower Completes Prada’s City Within a City

Shape-Shifting Art Tower Completes Prada’s City Within a City

View from the northeast of the new “Torre,” a luminous tower of galleries designed for the Prada Foundation by Rem Koolhaas and OMA.
Australia Artist Is Buried Alive to Symbolize Historic Cover-Up

Australia Artist Is Buried Alive to Symbolize Historic Cover-Up

Construction workers preparing to seal a steel box in which the artist Mike Parr was buried alive in Hobart, Tasmania.
Mahathir Mohamad, Leading Malaysia Again at 92, Is on a Mission

Mahathir Mohamad, Leading Malaysia Again at 92, Is on a Mission

Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad in his offices in Putrajaya, Malaysia, on Wednesday. “The more we look into the previous administration, the more bad things we find,” he said.
As China Curbs Borrowing, Growth Shows Signs of Faltering

As China Curbs Borrowing, Growth Shows Signs of Faltering

A factory in Hangzhou, China. An economic slowdown in the country — coupled with the knock-on effects of widening trade disputes and slowing growth in Europe — may augur poorly for the global economy.
News Analysis: Report Gives Trump an Opening, but Undercuts His Narrative

News Analysis: Report Gives Trump an Opening, but Undercuts His Narrative

President Trump on Wednesday at Joint Base Andrews near Washington.
Marches Across the U.S. Protest Separation of Migrant Families

Marches Across the U.S. Protest Separation of Migrant Families

Barbara Kurek was among a group at a rally in Huntington, N.Y., on Thursday protesting the Trump administration’s policy of separating migrant families.
D.J. Fontana, 87, Elvis Presley’s Longtime Drummer, Is Dead

D.J. Fontana, 87, Elvis Presley’s Longtime Drummer, Is Dead

D.J. Fontana, Elvis Presley’s longtime drummer, performing at a 2002 concert in Memphis observing the 25th anniversary of Presley’s death.