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Op-Ed Contributor: Poland Digs Itself a Memory Hole

Op-Ed Contributor: Poland Digs Itself a Memory Hole

A pile of human bones and skulls at the Majdanek concentration camp on the outskirts of Lublin, Poland, in 1944.
North Korea’s Would-Be Olympics: A Tale of a Cold War Boondoggle

North Korea’s Would-Be Olympics: A Tale of a Cold War Boondoggle

North Korea spent $200 million building its May Day Stadium to host the 1989 World Festival of Youth and Students, which was meant to outdo the Seoul Olympics of 1988.
Greeks Protest to Defend Right to the Name ‘Macedonia’

Greeks Protest to Defend Right to the Name ‘Macedonia’

Around 140,000 people, according to police estimates, demonstrated in Athens on Sunday against the inclusion of the word “Macedonia” in the name of a neighboring former Yugoslav republic.
Side Street: From San Juan to New York, He Offers Help and Hope for the Uprooted

Side Street: From San Juan to New York, He Offers Help and Hope for the Uprooted

Rafael Ocasio Barreto, 48, in his motel room in Queens, N.Y., where in his bedroom winter coats and new sneakers are piled atop the bed to give to other new arrivals in need.
The Life and Death of Nigel, the World’s Loneliest Seabird

The Life and Death of Nigel, the World’s Loneliest Seabird

Conservationists set up concrete gannets on Mana island off New Zealand. They also played seabird calls over speakers as a lure.
Has Carles Puigdemont Finally Run Out of Road?

Has Carles Puigdemont Finally Run Out of Road?

Carles Puigdemont, the former Catalan president, appeared at a rally in Barcelona, Spain, in December via video link from Brussels.
What It May Take to Strike a Segregationist’s Name From a Georgia Bridge: Hundreds of Girl Scouts

What It May Take to Strike a Segregationist’s Name From a Georgia Bridge: Hundreds of Girl Scouts

The Eugene Talmadge Memorial Bridge in Savannah, Ga. An effort is underway to name the bridge for the founder of the Girl Scouts, Juliette Gordon Low.
100 Years On, Posters Offer Window Into Struggles of U.K. Suffragists

100 Years On, Posters Offer Window Into Struggles of U.K. Suffragists

The organizations identified on the children’s bibs were linked to the major political parties of the day, said Chris Burgess, exhibitions officer at the University of Cambridge library. The poster
Surfacing: Jump on the Bandwagon of a Winning Super Bowl Team? Not These Cleveland Browns Fans

Surfacing: Jump on the Bandwagon of a Winning Super Bowl Team? Not These Cleveland Browns Fans

Denny Kochever, known as “Dawg Face,” standing in front of his seats in the Dawg Pound section of the Cleveland Browns’ FirstEnergy Stadium.
Thousands of ISIS Fighters Flee in Syria, Many to Fight Another Day

Thousands of ISIS Fighters Flee in Syria, Many to Fight Another Day

Fighters of the Syrian Democratic Forces standing guard in Raqqa in October after retaking the city from Islamic State fighters.
Vienna Journal: Gowns, Wurst and Protesters: It’s Ball Season in Vienna

Vienna Journal: Gowns, Wurst and Protesters: It’s Ball Season in Vienna

Guests dancing at the 96th Flower Ball at Vienna City Hall last month.

Fatal Train Collision in South Carolina

An Amtrak train traveling from New York to Miami collided with a freight train early Sunday, killing at least two people and injuring at least 116 others.
Ex-Albany Insider Is Expected to Tell All, if He Can Be Believed

Ex-Albany Insider Is Expected to Tell All, if He Can Be Believed

Todd R. Howe in 2009. Mr. Howe, the government’s chief witness, is expected to take the stand in the trial of Joseph Percoco, the former top aide to New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.
Bodies of 20 Migrants Pulled From Sea Off Spanish Enclave in Africa

Bodies of 20 Migrants Pulled From Sea Off Spanish Enclave in Africa

African migrants in the port of Málaga, Spain, after being rescued in January. The number of migrants reaching Spain by crossing the Mediterranean almost tripled to nearly 22,000 last year.
Fatal Amtrak Crash in South Carolina Is New Challenge for Rail Service

Fatal Amtrak Crash in South Carolina Is New Challenge for Rail Service

A passenger train crashed into a freight train on Sunday, killing two people and injuring more than 100 in the third high-profile crash involving the rail company since mid-December.
In the Super Bowl City, Building the Rings

In the Super Bowl City, Building the Rings

Employees setting stones in rings at the Jostens factory in Denton, Tex., in December. Championship teams now demand rings so large that Jostens is trying to create a two-fingered model.
Vows: A New Life for an Old-School Couple

Vows: A New Life for an Old-School Couple

Judy Long, 83, and Jim Scott, 80, dancing to “In the Mood.” The bride and groom, both Auburn graduates who have known each other for years, each lost their spouse after more than 50 years of marriage.