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Corruption Gutted South Africa’s Tax Agency. Now the Nation Is Paying the Price.

Corruption Gutted South Africa’s Tax Agency. Now the Nation Is Paying the Price.

The offices of KPMG, one of the world’s biggest auditing firms, in Johannesburg. KPMG is facing two inquiries into its conduct in South Africa.

In Paris Terrorism Trial, a Protest of Few Words

In Paris Terrorism Trial, a Protest of Few Words

Sven Mary, the Belgian lawyer representing Salah Abdeslam, speaking outside court in Brussels on Thursday. Mr. Abdeslam is suspected of carrying out terrorist attacks in Paris in 2015 and Brussels in 2016.

Short on Space for Migrants, Spain Sent Them to a Town’s New Prison

Short on Space for Migrants, Spain Sent Them to a Town’s New Prison

A protest outside the new prison in Archidona, Spain, in November, where nearly 500 Algerian migrants were being held.

Facing Defeat on Brexit, May Gives Ground to U.K.’s Parliament

Facing Defeat on Brexit, May Gives Ground to U.K.’s Parliament

Anti-Brexit demonstrators outside Parliament in London.

Vintage Plane Crashes in Switzerland, Killing All 20 on Board

Vintage Plane Crashes in Switzerland, Killing All 20 on Board

The wreckage of the vintage small plane that crashed on Saturday in the Swiss Alps.

‘Like a Dream’: Malala Makes an Emotional Visit to Her Pakistani Hometown

‘Like a Dream’: Malala Makes an Emotional Visit to Her Pakistani Hometown

Malala Yousafzai, center, and her family visited her former home in Mingora, Pakistan, on Saturday.

Olympic Dreams of a United Korea? Many in South Say, ‘No, Thanks’

Olympic Dreams of a United Korea? Many in South Say, ‘No, Thanks’

A fence near the Demilitarized Zone dividing North and South Korea, covered with ribbons calling for peace and reunification. In the South, a united Korea is no longer a sacrosanct goal.

North Korea’s Overture Raises Hopes, but Huge Obstacles Loom

North Korea’s Overture Raises Hopes, but Huge Obstacles Loom

Binoculars facing North Korea on Thursday at an observatory in Paju, South Korea.

In Gupta Brothers’ Rise and Fall, the Tale of a Sullied A.N.C.

In Gupta Brothers’ Rise and Fall, the Tale of a Sullied A.N.C.

The Shivadham Temple in Saharanpur, India, where construction was halted because of investigations into the Gupta family, which financed it.

Keeping Summit Hopes Alive Suggests Kim Jong-un May Need a Deal

Keeping Summit Hopes Alive Suggests Kim Jong-un May Need a Deal

South Korean news coverage on a screen in Seoul, the capital. Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, has promised his people a prosperous economy, and President Trump’s cancellation of their summit talks put that goal in jeopardy.

Julian Assange’s Arrest Warrant Is Again Upheld by U.K. Judge

Julian Assange’s Arrest Warrant Is Again Upheld by U.K. Judge

The WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appearing at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London last May.

Iran and Saudis’ Latest Power Struggle: Expanding Rights for Women

Iran and Saudis’ Latest Power Struggle: Expanding Rights for Women

Saudi cheerleaders at a breast cancer awareness campaign called Shoot for a Cause, which brought together 3,000 women for a basketball tournament in November. Men were not allowed to attend.

U.S. Takes a Risk: Old Iraqi Enemies Are Now Allies

U.S. Takes a Risk: Old Iraqi Enemies Are Now Allies

Members of the Badr Organization, a Shiite movement with deep ties to Iran, praying in Hilla, Iraq, last month. Two leaders of the group who are poised to play key roles in the next Iraqi government want military help from the United States.

In Troubled Cameroon, U.S. Envoy Is Accused of Election Meddling

In Troubled Cameroon, U.S. Envoy Is Accused of Election Meddling

Government soldiers patrolling the streets of Buea, in southwest Cameroon, in April. About 1,000 armed rebels have been waging a separatist insurgency in the area.

Iran Can’t Keep Dictating Lifestyle, Its President Warns

Iran Can’t Keep Dictating Lifestyle, Its President Warns

President Hassan Rouhani of Iran in Tehran on Monday. Mr. Rouhani said restrictive policies on young people were to blame for much of the recent unrest in the country. “One cannot force one’s lifestyle on the future generations,” he said.

Killings in Gaza, New Embassy in Jerusalem, and Peace as Distant as Ever

Killings in Gaza, New Embassy in Jerusalem, and Peace as Distant as Ever

While a ceremony to mark the relocation of the United States Embassy took place in Jerusalem, thousands of Palestinians protested. In Gaza, at least 50 people were killed by Israeli forces as demonstrators tried to cross the border fence.


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