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*BOGOTÁ* — "What's happening in Chile, Ecuador, Argentina and Honduras is just the first breeze,"..
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The protests appeared to have been sparked by a prominent critic of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, who claimed the police had tried to orchestrate an attack on him.
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It's part trade war, part cyber defense — and the rumblings of conflict grow louder as countries (and companies alike)..
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*BUENOS AIRES * — You wake up with a cough or a cold. You call your healthcare provider and ask them to dispatch a doctor..
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The 52 Places Traveler visits the smallest country in mainland Africa, where historical reckoning, crippling heat, infrastructure woes and an island of apes make..
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A few days ago, I was giving lectures around the Silicon Valley, in California. The IT hub of the world,..
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*PARIS* — Given the flood of on-demand content coming from U.S. streaming services, what France needs..
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*BOGOTÁ* — Latin America elected presidents last year in the region's three most populous..
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New cases are down to 15 a week from a high of 128 in April, but outbreaks are still popping up in remote and dangerous mining areas.
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The fauna and flora of South Africa rank among the most impressive I've seen anywhere in the world. Near Durban in the..
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*BERLIN* — Be it ancient tombs, homes, abandoned mines, sanctuaries or shopping malls, humans have always been inventive..
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*BUENOS AIRES* — "I was the first one, which is why they were so hard on me. They were ruthless, to show..
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Can a World Cup do for Japanese rugby what an earlier one did for Japanese soccer?
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*PALERMO* — Once more the Italians have spoiled me, and after the Mantua literary festival in..
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New nonstop flights are dramatically cutting travel time and linking more African cities to the Eastern Seaboard of the United States.
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*WARSAW* — Poland's ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) won last weekend's parliamentary elections. So why was..
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The journalist, Hajar Raissouni, was arrested with her fiancé as they were leaving a gynecologist’s office in the capital last year.
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*BUENOS AIRES* — It's now been three years since the British and Argentine governments signed the..
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*LYON* — We all know somebody who speaks with machine-gun speed, and we know others who speaks slowly, dragging a..
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Aid groups and the government of the West African nation have been at a loss to respond to a fast-moving emergency, set off by lawlessness and suspected..
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*CAIRO* — The last two weeks have marked one of the most intense political moments of President..
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*SANTIAGO * — A hike in fuel prices proved to be the straw that broke the camel's back in..
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*BEIJING* — It's a day in May in Changpu River Park, not far from Tiananmen Square. Groups of middle-aged and elderly..
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Carrion flies inside your hood. Sweat turns your gloves into water balloons. This is tough work, but it could predict disease outbreaks.
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*TRIESTE* — The Adriatic Sea is becoming depleted, and could turn into a kind of underwater "eco-desert." There is one..
1 week ago • Worldcrunch

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