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U.N. Panel Faults Sri Lanka Over Presidential Powers

published about 9 hours ago
A human rights report criticized a constitutional change that allows the president to appoint or dismiss judges, and repealed the limit on presidential terms.

Syrian Photographer’s Record of Deaths Generates Outrage, but Little Action

published about 11 hours ago
Syrian Photographer’s Record of Deaths Generates Outrage, but Little Action
A celebrated defector is no longer optimistic that the United States has the will to stop the abuses committed by the Assad government.

Hungary Drops Internet Tax Plan After Surge of Protests

published about 13 hours ago
The proposal had been seen as a move by Prime Minister Viktor Orban to choke off one of the last sources of information not controlled ... more

The Saturday Profile: Prolific Writer Clive James, Facing Death, Reflects on Getting ‘a Few Things Done’

published about 14 hours ago
The Saturday Profile: Prolific Writer Clive James, Facing Death, Reflects on Getting ‘a Few Things Done’
Mr. James, 75, who has leukemia, continues to publish poetry and work on other projects in a career that has defied definition.

China and Russia Said to Block Creation of Antarctic Marine Reserves

published about 14 hours ago
International talks in Australia on establishing two marine reserve areas, each larger than Texas, in the waters around Antarctica ended in failure on Friday.

Braving Ebola

published about 16 hours ago
Portraits of those who labor and those who survived at an Ebola treatment center in rural Liberia.


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