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Venezuelans Fleeing Crisis Face Desperate Hike to 12,000 Feet

Supported by Venezuelans Fleeing Crisis Face Desperate Hike to 12,000 Feet Image A group of Venezuelan migrants riding in the back of a truck while crossing the Colombian mountains.CreditCreditFederico Rios Escobar for The New York Times By Nicholas Casey and Jenny Carolina González Feb. 20, 2019 Leer en español PAMPLONA, ...

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Russians, Feeling Poor and Protesting Garbage, Suffer Winter Blues

Supported by Russians, Feeling Poor and Protesting Garbage, Suffer Winter Blues Image The idea of Moscow garbage marring their idyll galvanized the village of Urdoma to protest against plans for a landfill.CreditCreditSergey Ponomarev for The New York Times By Neil MacFarquhar Feb. 19, 2019 URDOMA, Russia — Russia’s countryside and ...

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The Vatican’s Secret Rules for Priests Who Have Children

Supported by The Vatican’s Secret Rules for Priests Who Have Children Image “It’s the next scandal,” said Vincent Doyle, the son of a priest. “There are kids everywhere.”CreditCreditSuzanne Kreiter/The Boston Globe, via Getty Images By Jason Horowitz and Elisabetta Povoledo Feb. 18, 2019 ROME — Vincent Doyle, a psychotherapist in ...

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The English Voice of ISIS Comes Out of the Shadows

Supported by The English Voice of ISIS Comes Out of the Shadows Image Mohammed Khalifa, a 35-year-old Canadian citizen who was born in Saudi Arabia and is of Ethiopian descent, says he is the narrator of multiple English-language Islamic State videos.CreditCreditIvor Prickett for The New York Times By Rukmini Callimachi ...

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U.S. Military Starts Flying Aid for Venezuela to Colombia

Supported by U.S. Military Starts Flying Aid for Venezuela to Colombia Image The border crossing with Venezuela, as seen from Cúcuta, Colombia.CreditCreditRaul Arboleda/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images By Ernesto Londoño Feb. 16, 2019 The United States military began flying humanitarian aid to a Colombian city close to the Venezuelan border ...

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How a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit Could Open a Path to Irish Unity

Supported by How a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit Could Open a Path to Irish Unity Image The corner of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, where the “Bloody Sunday” killings of demonstrators were carried out. The Good Friday Agreement of 1998 has largely ended sectarian violence.CreditCreditAndrew Testa for The New York Times By Benjamin Mueller ...

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