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Berit Viktorsson, Visiting Daughter in Brussels, Was Killed in Attacks

Berit Viktorsson, Visiting Daughter in Brussels, Was Killed in Attacks

Berit Viktorsson was at the Brussels airport the day of the attacks.

‘Extreme’ Suffering in Syria as Government Steps Up Bombing

‘Extreme’ Suffering in Syria as Government Steps Up Bombing

An injured man was rescued from a building that was hit in an airstrike on Tuesday in the rebel-held area of Eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria.

Russia and 4 Other Nations Settle Decades-long Dispute Over Caspian Sea

Russia and 4 Other Nations Settle Decades-long Dispute Over Caspian Sea

The leaders of Iran, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkmenistan in Aktau, Kazakhstan, on Sunday after signing an agreement on the status of the Caspian Sea.

It’s a Royal Wedding! Ride a Tour Bus! Buy Some Cereal and Condoms!

It’s a Royal Wedding! Ride a Tour Bus! Buy Some Cereal and Condoms!

Passengers on board the “Royal Tea Bus Tour” in London on Wednesday.

Iraq Wants $88 Billion for Rebuilding. Allies Offer a Fraction of That.

Iraq Wants $88 Billion for Rebuilding. Allies Offer a Fraction of That.

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, center, joined other top diplomats in Kuwait for a three-day donor conference on rebuilding Iraq, which ends on Wednesday.

Islamic State Claims Deadly Blast at Afghan Shiite Center

Islamic State Claims Deadly Blast at Afghan Shiite Center

The scene of a suicide bomb attack that killed dozens in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Thursday.

Burials From Germanwings Flight Are Delayed by Paperwork Errors

Burials From Germanwings Flight Are Delayed by Paperwork Errors

Rescue workers in March at the crash site. Families have been told that the remains of victims cannot be released as planned.

Russian Plane Crash Kills All 71 Aboard

Russian Plane Crash Kills All 71 Aboard

A Russian plane carrying 71 people crashed shortly after takeoff in the Moscow region on Sunday afternoon, killing all on board.

Survivors of Massacre Ask: ‘Why Did They Have to Kill Those Children?’

Survivors of Massacre Ask: ‘Why Did They Have to Kill Those Children?’

A family visiting a memorial to the victims of the 1981 massacre in El Mozote, El Salvador.

Vatican Power Struggle Bursts Into Open as Conservatives Pounce

Vatican Power Struggle Bursts Into Open as Conservatives Pounce

Pope Francis, taking questions after his papal visit to Ireland, urged parents not to ignore their gay children or throw them out of the family.

As Greek Wildfire Closed In, a Desperate Dash Ended in Death

As Greek Wildfire Closed In, a Desperate Dash Ended in Death

Fast-spreading wildfires have engulfed entire seaside towns in Greece, killing multiple people and injuring many others. The death toll is expected to rise.

Kenyans Name a ‘People’s President,’ and TV Broadcasts Are Cut

Kenyans Name a ‘People’s President,’ and TV Broadcasts Are Cut

After two contested elections last year left the country divided, Kenyans supporting the opposition leader, Raila Odinga, took matters into their own hands.

Elon Musk Likes It Here. Will Other Tech Innovators Follow?

Elon Musk Likes It Here. Will Other Tech Innovators Follow?

A self-driving vehicle in Tonsley, an old factory converted into a start-up hub. Adelaide is trying to recast itself as an innovation center for Australia and the world.

Michelle Bachelet, Ex-President of Chile, Picked as Next U.N. Rights Chief

Michelle Bachelet, Ex-President of Chile, Picked as Next U.N. Rights Chief

Michelle Bachelet, the first woman to serve as Chile’s president, has been chosen to become the United Nations’ next human rights chief.

Macron Is Depicted as a King Amid Protests of ‘Soft Dictatorship’

Macron Is Depicted as a King Amid Protests of ‘Soft Dictatorship’

Thousands marched in the streets of Paris on Saturday to protest the policies of President Emmanuel Macron.

Taliban Leaders Declare a Halt to Bombings in Civilian Areas

Taliban Leaders Declare a Halt to Bombings in Civilian Areas

Taliban militants and residents in Kandahar Province mingled last month during a cease-fire.


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