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Amid the Rubble of Mosul, Francis Offers a Salve for Iraq’s Wounds

The first pope ever to visit Iraq, Francis voiced sorrow and hope for a shrunken Christian community that has suffered persecution, and preached fellowship among religions.

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For Planet Earth, No Tourism is a Curse and a Blessing

From the rise in poaching to the waning of noise pollution, travel’s shutdown is having profound effects. Which will remain, and which will vanish?

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In Hawaii, Reimagining Tourism for a Post-Pandemic World

Before Covid, ‘tourism was at this point where everything was about tourists.’ With the one-year anniversary of travel’s collapse, the state, like other overtouristed places, is…

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Abortion Is Now Legal in Argentina, but Opponents Are Making It Hard to Get

Anti-abortion activists are suing to block a new law allowing the procedure, and many doctors in conservative areas have declared themselves conscientious objectors.

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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s Sentence Ends in Iran

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been detained for five years on charges of plotting to overthrow the government that her family and supporters say are baseless.

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Oil Pipeline Bursts Under Ob River in Siberia

A pipeline carrying partially refined oil under the Ob River in Siberia burst on Saturday and the spill caught fire on the river’s surface.

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Chloé Zhao, ‘Nomadland’ Director, Encounters a Backlash in China

Days after winning a Golden Globe for the film, Chloé Zhao was pilloried online for past remarks about China.

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A ‘Flying Ship,’ and the Superior Mirage Behind It

“I told myself, ‘It must be on water,’” said a walker who took a picture that has since gone viral. “My head doesn’t want to understand…

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Protesters and Police Clash in Paraguay Amid Anger Over Pandemic Response

Security forces used rubber bullets and tear gas against demonstrators in the capital as fury rose over the government’s handling of the health crisis.

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Why the Canadian Housing Market Is Soaring in the Pandemic

The head of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation apologized for forecasting a big drop in housing prices last year.

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Senegal Erupts in Protests, With a Rape Charge Only the Spark

After a leading opposition figure, Ousmane Sonko, was accused of rape, demonstrators in one of West Africa’s most stable countries took to the streets to voice…

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Francis Begins Visit to Iraq, in ‘Duty to a Land Martyred’

The pope’s four-day trip is intended to nurture ties with Shiite Muslims and encourage a Christian population decimated by years of strife.

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Dining at restaurants and the lack of mask mandates are each linked to the spread of the virus in the U.S., the C.D.C. says.

As officials in Texas and Mississippi lifted statewide mask mandates, researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offered, in a new study on Friday,…

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U.S. Sanctions Key Ukrainian Oligarch

The Biden administration sees cleaning up corruption in Ukraine as the best protection against Russian influence.

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German Court Suspends Right to Surveil Far-Right AfD Party

The ruling came days after a news report that Germany’s domestic intelligence agency planned to investigate the leading opposition party on suspicion of being a threat…

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China’s Plan to Win in a Post-Pandemic World: What You Need to Know

The message at the National People’s Congress was one of optimism about the strength of its economy and of struggle against an array of internal and…

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She Was a Star of New Palestinian Music. Then She Played Beside the Mosque.

Sama’ Abdulhadi helped build the Palestinian electronic music scene. Now she is at the center of a debate about Palestinian cultural identity.

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Indonesia Says Schools Can’t Make Girls Wear Head Scarves

The decree, which applies to public schools in the Muslim-majority country, came after a Christian father confronted an official at his daughter’s school.

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British Law Highlights Parental Leave for Lawmakers

Britain approved a measure allowing senior government ministers to take maternity leave without penalty. But some countries make no provisions for lawmakers who are new parents.

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China Sets Economic Growth Target of ‘Over 6 Percent’ This Year

Beijing’s goal bodes well for the global economy, suggesting that China is willing to free up money to keep its engine humming.

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Some Scientists Question W.H.O. Inquiry Into the Coronavirus Pandemic’s Origins

Those who still suspect the outbreak in China may have been caused by a lab leak or accident are pressing for an independent investigation.

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Connecticut Eases Coronavirus Restrictions

A governor eases some restrictions but makes a pointed distinction: “This is not Texas, this is not Mississippi — this is Connecticut.”

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Desperate Italy Blocks Exports of Vaccines Bound for Australia

The move, under new E.U. rules, is part of an intensifying global competition for doses as vaccine shortages hamper rollouts and variants raise fears of virus…

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In Reconciliation Act, Macron Acknowledges Truth of Algerian Lawyer’s Death

The president admitted that Ali Boumendjel did not die by suicide, as France had previously claimed, but was killed by French troops during the Algerian war…

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32 Rescued From Sinking Fishing Boat: ‘Every Moment Counts’

A scallop trawler from Nova Scotia was hit by fire, then lost power and began taking on water in stormy seas. Rescue teams from Canada and…

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In Run-Up to Oprah’s Interview With Harry and Meghan, Royal Accusations Fly

CBS is releasing tantalizing video clips of the couple, while scalding allegations are coming from Buckingham Palace staff members.

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Your Friday Briefing

Myanmar’s women on the front lines.

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C.I.A. to Expand Havana Syndrome Inquiry

A task force will push for better care for officers injured in unexplained incidents in Cuba, China and Russia that have caused an illness known as…

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Inspector General’s Report Cites Elaine Chao for Using Office to Help Family

The Justice Department under the Trump administration declined to open a criminal investigation into the actions by Ms. Chao when she was transportation secretary.

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India’s Covaxin shots could be effective and safe, interim trial results suggest.

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In Myanmar Protests, Women Are on the Front Lines

Despite the danger, women have been at the forefront of the movement, rebuking the generals who ousted a female civilian leader.

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India’s Covaxin Covid-19 Vaccine, Already in Use, Shows Promise in Trials

Interim results from clinical trials suggested that Covaxin could be safe and effective, potentially removing one hurdle to New Delhi’s ambitious campaign to inoculate a vast…

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The E.U.’s drug regulator has begun a formal review of Russia’s Sputnik V shots.

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U.N. Says 38 Killed in Myanmar in ‘Bloodiest Day’ Since Coup Began

As the military’s crackdown against demonstrators grows more deadly, the U.N.’s special representative for the country said the junta had rejected her requests to visit.

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Hungary’s Ruling Party Breaks With Conservative E.U. Allies

Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary withdrew his party from the center-right grouping in the European Parliament, heading off a move to expel them over democratic…

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U.S. Prosecutors Call Him a Murderer. To Ukraine He’s an Asylum Seeker.

A complex legal battle in Kyiv is shedding light on the Americans who seek battle experience with far-right paramilitary units in Ukraine — and on the…

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Top Law Officer Denies Rape Claim as a Reckoning in Australia Grows

The attorney general offered his defense just two weeks after a separate case in which a government staff member said she was sexually assaulted in Parliament.

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Dissatisfied With Life on Earth? A SpaceX Client Seeks Travel Companions

A Japanese billionaire, who previously sought a crew of artists and a new girlfriend, issued a call for applicants to join him on a weeklong journey…

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Rockets Hit Iraqi Base Where U.S. Troops Are Stationed

At least 10 missiles were fired on the Ain al-Asad air base one week after U.S. airstrikes on Iran-backed militia positions along the Syrian-Iraqi border.

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A Wave of Reopenings

And what else you need to know today.

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Germany Places Far-Right AfD Party Under Surveillance for Extremism

It is the first time in Germany’s postwar history that a party represented in the federal Parliament has elicited this level of scrutiny as a potential…

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‘The East Is Rising’: Xi Maps Out China’s Post-Covid Ascent

But as Beijing rolls out a long-term plan, its top leader has also warned that “the United States is the biggest threat.’”

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U.S. Urges Ethiopia to End Hostilities in Tigray

For the second time in a week, the secretary of state pointed to reports of atrocities in the Ethiopian region.

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Can’t get a Covid vaccine? In this county, everybody is eligible.

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