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China’s Brutal ‘Boarding Schools’

China’s Brutal ‘Boarding Schools’

A sign warning against uncivilized behavior in the main bazaar in Urumqi, the capital of China's Xinjiang region.
Quick Action, Near Miss and Courage in New Zealand Attacks

Quick Action, Near Miss and Courage in New Zealand Attacks

Police officers on Sunday near Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, one of the mosques that was attacked on Friday.
Trade Fight With China Enters Overtime, With Tariffs a Costly Sticking Point

Trade Fight With China Enters Overtime, With Tariffs a Costly Sticking Point

The United States and China are pushing toward a summit meeting this April between President Trump and President Xi Jinping.
‘Captain Marvel’ Climbs the List of Superhero Hits

‘Captain Marvel’ Climbs the List of Superhero Hits

Brie Larson in “Captain Marvel,” which has sold $760 million in tickets worldwide, according to its studio.
Boeing Black Box Data Shows Similarities Between Ethiopian and Lion Air Crashes

Boeing Black Box Data Shows Similarities Between Ethiopian and Lion Air Crashes

A case containing the data recorders from Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 was delivered last week to France’s air accident investigation agency.
Ethiopians Say Flight Data Shows 2 Crashed Boeing Jets Faced Similar Troubles

Ethiopians Say Flight Data Shows 2 Crashed Boeing Jets Faced Similar Troubles

One of the two black box recorders of the Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max that crashed last week after taking off from the airport in Addis Ababa.
U.S. Campaign to Ban Huawei Overseas Stumbles as Allies Resist

U.S. Campaign to Ban Huawei Overseas Stumbles as Allies Resist

American officials have tried to pressure, scold and, increasingly, threaten other countries that are considering using Huawei in building fifth-generation, or 5G, wireless networks.
Will a $20 Million Penthouse Damage New York’s ‘Big Ben’?

Will a $20 Million Penthouse Damage New York’s ‘Big Ben’?

A clock sometimes described as New York’s Big Ben is at the center of a court fight over whether developers can sell a penthouse in the clock’s tower.
Thousands Protest in Serbia to Demand Free Press and Elections

Thousands Protest in Serbia to Demand Free Press and Elections

Riot police officers clashed with demonstrators at a protest on Sunday against President Aleksandar Vucic of Serbia in the capital, Belgrade.
Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank, Germany’s 2 Biggest Lenders, Hold Merger Talks

Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank, Germany’s 2 Biggest Lenders, Hold Merger Talks

Banners for Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Deutsche Bank, Germany’s largest lender, said on Sunday that it would explore “strategic options” meant to shore up its
Cyclone Idai Kills at Least 150 in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe

Cyclone Idai Kills at Least 150 in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe

Flooded land in Bangula, southern Malawi, on Friday. The deadly storm has affected more than 1.5 million people in the three southern African countries.
In Ethiopia, a Day of Mourning With Empty Coffins for Plane Crash Victims

In Ethiopia, a Day of Mourning With Empty Coffins for Plane Crash Victims

A memorial service for the Ethiopian passengers and crew who perished in the Ethiopian Airways crash in Addis Ababa on Sunday. The coffins carried no bodies.
Netflix Has Turned Its Back on Latinos

Netflix Has Turned Its Back on Latinos

A scene from season two of “One Day at a Time,” a modern-day update of Norman Lear’s original sitcom. From left: Tony Plana, Rita Moreno, Justina Machado and James Martinez.
Trump Renews Attacks on John McCain, Months After Senator’s Death

Trump Renews Attacks on John McCain, Months After Senator’s Death

President Trump attacked John McCain over what he called the “stains” on his record, including his vote against repealing the Affordable Care Act and his role in disseminating the so-called Steele
When Extremes Attract: Dance and Horror’s New Pas de Deux

When Extremes Attract: Dance and Horror’s New Pas de Deux

A body holds plenty of space for terror. Here, one of the big dance scenes from Gaspar Noé‘s “Climax.”
‘I Put My Work In’: Honest Applicants Await College Admissions Results

‘I Put My Work In’: Honest Applicants Await College Admissions Results

Prospective college students, clockwise from top left: Jackson Lamb, Surbhi Sharma, Angus Gosman and Karen Ge.
Kirsten Gillibrand Officially Enters 2020 Democratic Race

Kirsten Gillibrand Officially Enters 2020 Democratic Race

In the video in which Senator Kirsten Gillibrand announced she is running for president, she listed top policy priorities, like universal health care, paid family leave for all and ending gun
Philippines Officially Leaves the International Criminal Court

Philippines Officially Leaves the International Criminal Court

Protesting extrajudicial killings in Manila in August. The International Criminal Court has been investigating whether President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines committed crimes against humanity in