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Welcome to Monday, where Russia is warned of Navalny "consequences," Egypt's second deadly train crash in a month kills 11, and Mars gets its first ever helicopter ride. Le Monde also explores the ...
In Austria, they call it Darmwind — literally "bowel wind." In June 2020, a man was fined 500 euros for intentionally letting one such Darwmind go at police officers approaching him for an ...
More than two years after the opposition leader proclaimed himself the country's "legitimate" leader, the man he was hoping to oust — President Nicolas Maduro — is still very much in charge.
Family members who lost a loved one in the early months of the pandemic, at the height of the restrictions, are now demanding a national day of mourning.
After a century-long history of political strife, Brexit risks undoing the hard-earned two decades of reconciliation.
When I blew the candles on my 29th birthday cake, on March 27th 2020, it was only 10 days after the first lockdown had begun in France. Still, I felt lucky. I remember telling myself that, even ...
Besides partially destroying a key nuclear installation, the suspected sabotage at the Natanz uranium enrichment facility is also exacerbating tensions within Iran's leadership ranks. Was that part of the purpose of the attack?
With water rationing, soaring food prices and an economic crisis brought on by COVID-19, Algerians begin the month of fasting in difficult conditions.
Paris Calling Bad American Art — How Trump Looks In France
As part of a medical study, the mid-sized Brazilian city of Serrana is now nearly 100% vaccinated, even as the rest of the country is crumbling under COVID's toll.
Sleeping on the job is a known occupational risk for overnight security guards, long-haul truck drivers and deeply bored bean counters. But for someone robbing a home? Yes, in the western French ...
The region's democratic states must close ranks and work with the United States to protect the rule of law at home and abroad against "an authoritarian onslaught," Rubén M. Perina* writes in Clarín.
While most of the attention around Iran is related to its nuclear program, an open ended deal may give China the legal foundations it needs to take a controlling stake in Iran's economy, and in time, undermine its independence.
For the Romans, there's no other choice but the mortal (though virtual) thumbs down for their mayor. Yes, online commentators (and no doubt offline elders around the Italian capital) are ...
From a Swiss music box to a Chilean quilt, different projects seek to leave a tangible sign of those we've lost.
Women in Egypt have definitively broken the silence around sexual violence — but what comes next?
In this era of plenty (even in the midst of a pandemic), humanity faces a key question: How can we cope with excess without sinking into decline?
Remember when time was one of the most limited resources anybody could have? Juggling our agendas, we rushed between work meetings, weekend trips, shopping, dinners and countless other social ...
This was a different kind of monkey business. Police say they've arrested two men in New Delhi for allegedly using monkeys to rob people in motorized rickshaws. The case came to light in early ...
Proposals to ban smoking on private balconies are led by activists trying to modify citizen's lifestyles and fight "ideologically different phenomena," even when the real harm of these divergent behaviors is negligible.