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Toxic Political Culture Has Even Some Slovaks Calling Country ‘a Black Hole.’

More than a quarter century has passed since the United States called Slovakia a “black hole in the center of Europe” — an island of autocratic malaise surrounded by spry…

Top Oceans Court Says Nations Must Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The world’s highest court dealing with the oceans said on Tuesday that excessive greenhouse gases were pollutants that can cause irreversible harm to the marine environment. The groundbreaking advisory opinion…

36 Hours in Minorca: Things to Do and See

This slow-paced Spanish island offers a quieter and wilder retreat than its more touristy neighbors. Source link

Olympic Flame Arrives in Marseille

Before a crowd thronging the waterfront and hilltops of the ancient port city of Marseille, the Olympic flame arrived on French soil on Wednesday, beginning a 79-day relay across the…

China’s Xi Visits Europe, Seeking Strategic Opportunity

On his first visit to Europe in five years, the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, appears intent on seizing opportunities to loosen the continent’s bonds with the United States and forge…

Russian Forces Push Deeper Into Northern Ukraine

In the past three days, Russian troops, backed by fighter jets, artillery and lethal drones, have poured across Ukraine’s northeastern border and seized at least nine villages and settlements, ­and…

Beneath London, Tunnels and Bomb Shelters to Become Tourist Attractions

There’s a locked door on the eastbound platform of the Chancery Lane station of the London Underground. The door is unassuming, sturdy and white. Behind it is a wide set…

Many Ukrainian Prisoners of War Show Signs of Trauma and Sexual Violence

The Ukrainian marine infantryman endured nine months of physical and psychological torture as a Russian prisoner of war, but was allotted only three months of rest and rehabilitation before being…

Deadly Russian Strikes Hit Civilian Center and Other Targets in Odesa

A Ukrainian official said early Wednesday that a Russian missile attack overnight had killed three people and injured three others in Odesa, a southern Ukrainian city that has been a…

Pope’s Visit to Art Exhibition in Prison Is a First for Venice Biennale

Landing by helicopter at a women’s prison where the Vatican has mounted its pavilion for the Venice Biennale international art exhibition, Pope Francis on Sunday told the women incarcerated there…