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:  Banking on Tito’s Yacht to Steer a Cultural Renaissance

: Banking on Tito’s Yacht to Steer a Cultural Renaissance

Galeb, the nearly 80-year-old yacht that once belonged to the Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito, has been rusting for years in Rijeka, Croatia.
Op-Ed Columnist: Myanmar Is Not a Simple Morality Tale

Op-Ed Columnist: Myanmar Is Not a Simple Morality Tale

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees, like the people in this makeshift camp in September, are displaced in Bangladesh.
Editorial: Mr. Trump’s Paper Towels Aren’t Helping Puerto Rico

Editorial: Mr. Trump’s Paper Towels Aren’t Helping Puerto Rico

Downed power line poles on a sidewalk in San Juan earlier this month
News Analysis: In China, the Brutality of ‘House Arrest’

News Analysis: In China, the Brutality of ‘House Arrest’

A police officer in Beijing tried to stop a photographer outside the house of the wife of Liu Xiaobo, a jailed Nobel Peace Prize laureate, in 2010.
Opinion: The Unexamined Brutality of the Male Libido

Opinion: The Unexamined Brutality of the Male Libido

Harvey Weinstein in September, before accusations that he had assaulted multiple women.
In Egypt, Furious Retaliation but Failing Strategy in Sinai

In Egypt, Furious Retaliation but Failing Strategy in Sinai

Damaged vehicles outside a Sufi mosque attacked by Islamist militants in Bir al-Abed, Egypt. A government official said the gunmen had set fire to cars parked outside the mosque to hinder escape.
Jared Kushner’s Vast Duties, and Visibility in White House, Shrink

Jared Kushner’s Vast Duties, and Visibility in White House, Shrink

Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and adviser, is no longer seen as having a limitless portfolio of responsibilities in the White House.
Three Sailors Lost in Plane Crash Near Japan Are Identified

Three Sailors Lost in Plane Crash Near Japan Are Identified

From left: Bryan Grosso, an aviation ordnanceman airman apprentice; Lt. Steven Combs; and Matthew Chialastri, an aviation boatswain’s mate airman.
Who Will Be Running Consumer Agency on Monday? It’s Unclear

Who Will Be Running Consumer Agency on Monday? It’s Unclear

Mick Mulvaney, President Trump’s budget director, at the White House in September. Mr. Trump named Mr. Mulvaney as the acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Friday night.
Pakistan Calls In Army to Help Restore Order After Violent Clashes in Islamabad

Pakistan Calls In Army to Help Restore Order After Violent Clashes in Islamabad

Protesters hurled back a tear-gas canister fired by the police during clashes near Islamabad, Pakistan, on Saturday.
‘Please, God, Don’t Let Me Get Stopped’: Around Atlanta, No Sanctuary for Immigrants

‘Please, God, Don’t Let Me Get Stopped’: Around Atlanta, No Sanctuary for Immigrants

An undocumented immigrant’s car as seen by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers just before they pulled him over in Norcross, Ga., last month.
Teacher Detained After Abuse Allegations at Beijing Kindergarten

Teacher Detained After Abuse Allegations at Beijing Kindergarten

People gathered outside the gates of RYB Kindergarten in the Xintiandi area of Beijing on Friday.
To the World, They Are Muslims. To ISIS, Sufis Are Heretics.

To the World, They Are Muslims. To ISIS, Sufis Are Heretics.

Visitors at the Alif Khan Mosque during the Sufi Festival last year in Dholka, India.
Culling Voter Rolls: Battling Over Who Even Gets to Go to the Polls

Culling Voter Rolls: Battling Over Who Even Gets to Go to the Polls

Signs and voting machines at the Pickaway County Board of Elections in Circleville, Ohio, in November 2016. The Supreme Court will soon take up a voting rights case from the state.
The Neediest Cases Fund: An Aspiring Performer Steps Back From the Edge

The Neediest Cases Fund: An Aspiring Performer Steps Back From the Edge

G’Mario Charleston, 34, on West 171st Street in Manhattan. He lived in the building behind his right shoulder, but when he could no longer afford the rent, he stayed on its roof.
Violence Flares as Nepal Heads to Landmark Elections

Violence Flares as Nepal Heads to Landmark Elections

Nabindra Raj Joshi, center, a candidate in Sunday’s elections, campaigned in Kathmandu this past week. The elections have been called the largest democratic exercise ever in Nepal.