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Ailing Algeria Leader, 81, Announces a Fifth Presidential Run

Ailing Algeria Leader, 81, Announces a Fifth Presidential Run

Mr. Bouteflika voting in parliamentary elections in 2017. He has been seen in public only a few times a year throughout his fourth term
Violent ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests in Week 13

Violent ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests in Week 13

Protesters set fire on Saturday to a car belonging to France’s antiterrorism squad.
A Princess Vanishes. A Video Offers Alarming Clues.

A Princess Vanishes. A Video Offers Alarming Clues.

Hervé Jaubert, right, spoke at a news conference in London after Sheikha Latifa was captured aboard his yacht. He said he was helping her escape. Sheikha Latifa’s father said Mr. Jaubert had kidnapped
New Hampshire Women Lose State Supreme Court Battle to Go Topless

New Hampshire Women Lose State Supreme Court Battle to Go Topless

Heidi Lilley standing near the spot where she was arrested for going topless on a beach in Laconia, N.H., in 2016.
A Mother Tried to Save Her Son for Years. Now He’s Accused of Killing Her.

A Mother Tried to Save Her Son for Years. Now He’s Accused of Killing Her.

Jason Reeves has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of his mother, Paulette Reeves, at the Albany Houses in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
‘Dangerous Territory’ for Democrats as Republicans Seize Venezuela Moment in Miami

‘Dangerous Territory’ for Democrats as Republicans Seize Venezuela Moment in Miami

Venezuelans in South Florida rallied in support of the opposition leader Juan Guaidó in Doral, Fla., this month.
Millions of Indians Trek to the Ganges, and Modi Chases Their Votes

Millions of Indians Trek to the Ganges, and Modi Chases Their Votes

Praying on the banks of the Ganges River in Prayagraj, India, under the gaze of a cutout of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. With elections a couple months away, Mr. Modi has infused the Kumbh Mela
‘S.N.L.’ Features Halsey in Dual Role and Dips Into Bezos Photos

‘S.N.L.’ Features Halsey in Dual Role and Dips Into Bezos Photos

Kate McKinnon as Wilbur Ross, the United States commerce secretary, during the opening sketch of “Saturday Night Live.”
Turkey Urges China to End Mass Detention of Muslims

Turkey Urges China to End Mass Detention of Muslims

Ethnic Uighur women in September leaving a center in Kashgar, China, where political education lessons are held. In a rare rebuke from a majority-Muslim country, Turkey called China’s mass detention
U.S. and South Korea Sign Deal on Shared Defense Costs

U.S. and South Korea Sign Deal on Shared Defense Costs

A change-of-command ceremony in November at Camp Humphreys in Pyongtaek, South Korea, the largest American military base outside the continental United States.
A Young Island on Earth May Reveal Clues to How Water Shaped Mars

A Young Island on Earth May Reveal Clues to How Water Shaped Mars

Birds soar over the beach of a four-year-old island, with the much-older Hunga Ha'apai island in the background.
Adam Ottavino’s Harlem Hide-Out

Adam Ottavino’s Harlem Hide-Out

Adam Ottavino, a former relief pitcher for the Colorado Rockies, warmed up last month at a facility he rents in Harlem from his father-in-law. He said it had helped him improve his velocity and cook
‘Extra’ Host A.J. Calloway Suspended Following Sexual Assault Allegations

‘Extra’ Host A.J. Calloway Suspended Following Sexual Assault Allegations

The Hollywood Reporter said Saturday it was preparing to publish additional sexual misconduct allegations against A. J. Calloway, a host of the news show “Extra.”
A Military Dictatorship Like No Other

A Military Dictatorship Like No Other

Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya Sirivadhana Varnavadi, a sister of the king of Thailand, applied to be a candidate for prime minister in upcoming elections, in Bangkok, on Friday.
Guggenheim Targeted by Protesters for Accepting Money From Family With OxyContin Ties

Guggenheim Targeted by Protesters for Accepting Money From Family With OxyContin Ties

Thousands of slips of paper rained down during a protest Saturday at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. The papers were designed to look like prescription slips for OxyContin, the powerful opioid
Robert Ryman, Minimalist Painter Who Made the Most of White, Dies at 88

Robert Ryman, Minimalist Painter Who Made the Most of White, Dies at 88

Robert Ryman in his Manhattan studio in 2004. He came of age artistically in New York in the late 1950s, when fellow artists like Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns and Agnes Martin were moving beyond
He Survived More Than 40 Hours as Scores Drowned Around Him

He Survived More Than 40 Hours as Scores Drowned Around Him

The Nyerere overturned last year near Ukara Island, Tanzania, killing 228 people.