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- Syrians build new lives in post-conflict Abkhazia October 22, 2017When the Syrian war began, the government of Abkhazia moved to bring ethnically Abkhaz-Syrians back to their homeland.
- North Korea tensions: All the latest updates October 22, 2017All the developments since the UN tightened sanctions on August 4.
- Russian opposition leader Navalny released from jail October 22, 2017Navalny was arrested last month as he prepared to travel to the city of Nizhny Novgorod to lead a rally.
- Typhoon Lan bears down on Japan October 22, 2017Powerful storm, locally know as Paolo, barrels in from the northwest Pacific, potentially disrupting election process.
- Qatar-Gulf crisis: All the latest updates October 22, 2017An air, sea and land blockade imposed on Qatar by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt is now in its fourth month.
- Japan snap elections: All you need to know October 22, 2017Early vote called by PM Shinzo Abe comes amid corruption scandals and rising tensions with North Korea.
- Tillerson renews Gulf crisis talks in Saudi Arabia October 22, 2017Top US diplomat offers little optimism as he visits Riyadh and Doha in new push to resolve Gulf diplomatic dispute.
- Why is Mogadishu still a frequent target for attacks? October 22, 2017More than 10 years after African Union peacekeepers were deployed, why is the coastal city still plagued by bombings?
- A sense of claustrophobia pervades Iraq's Fallujah October 22, 2017Strictly controlled government checkpoint has severely curbed freedom of movement, residents say.
- Bombings in Mogadishu - a 2017 timeline October 22, 2017The Somali capital has witnessed some of its deadliest attacks this year.
- The US State Department is run like a business venture October 22, 2017If and when Rex Tillerson quits, he'll leave behind a gutted State Department that has been run like a business.
- China 2.0: Xi Jinping and the PRC's economic future October 22, 2017How President Xi Jinping wants to reboot China's economy with robotics, electric cars and control of the internet.
- Assassinating Kim Jung-un could go so wrong October 22, 2017The many ways in which the assassination of the North Korean leader could lead to a total disaster.
- Poet Pablo Neruda pens a verse from the grave October 22, 2017Forensics experts conclude the Nobel laureate did not die from cancer, casting suspicion on the Pinochet regime.
- The Brief: Japan vote, Catalonia, Swaziland orphans October 22, 2017Japan votes in snap elections, anger in Catalonia as Spain tightens grip following referendum and orphans learn kung fu.
- Is Egypt's security crackdown working? October 22, 2017Dozens of troops were killed in a gun battle with fighters in the country's western desert.
- WHO boss 'rethinking' Mugabe goodwill ambassador post October 21, 2017After outcry, Tedros says he is 'rethinking' the appointment of Zimbabwe leader as goodwill envoy for UN health agency.
- Czech election: Landslide for Andrej Babis' ANO October 21, 2017Babis ran a campaign on opposition to refugee immigration and against closer European Union integration.
- Meet the activists fighting for Catalan 'independence' October 21, 2017Hundreds of thousands amass in Barcelona after Spanish government announces plan to sack Catalonia's separatist leaders.
- Three issues that could derail the Fatah-Hamas deal October 21, 2017What will happen to Hamas' arms stockpiles, administration and employees still remains unclear.
- Syrians build new lives in post-conflict Abkhazia
- North Korea tensions: All the latest updates
- Russian opposition leader Navalny released from jail
- Typhoon Lan bears down on Japan
- Qatar-Gulf crisis: All the latest updates
- Japan snap elections: All you need to know
- Tillerson renews Gulf crisis talks in Saudi Arabia
- Why is Mogadishu still a frequent target for attacks?
- A sense of claustrophobia pervades Iraq's Fallujah
- Bombings in Mogadishu - a 2017 timeline
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- Fine Arts & Exhibits: Nandipha Mntambo’s Journey From Taxidermy to Art October 22, 2017Ms. Mntambo, an artist who grew up in South Africa, has become known for her work in cowhide — an idea that came to her in a dream.GINANNE BROWNELL MITIC
- After Making Mugabe a ‘Good-Will Ambassador,’ W.H.O. Chief Is ‘Rethinking’ It October 22, 2017The decision outraged medical professionals, rights groups and others who took to social media to call it an “insult” and “a sick joke.”YONETTE JOSEPH
- Gunmen Kill 13 Niger Soldiers in Attack Near Mali Border October 22, 2017Heavily armed men in trucks and on motorcycles rode into the base a few dozen miles from where militants killed four American soldiers in an ambush on Oct. 4.REUTERS
- Conflicting Accounts in Niger Ambush Are Subject of Pentagon Investigation October 22, 2017Nigerien officials have said that a convoy gave chase to Islamic militants who later returned to ambush them, but American troops say they didn’t pursue the militants before the attack.DIONNE SEARCEY, HELENE COOPER and ERIC SCHMITT
- Global Health: The Long War on Polio, as Recalled by Its Generals October 20, 2017“Coffee With Polio Experts” videos may be amateurish, but they are full of insights explaining why polio eradication has been such a struggle.DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.
- Ebola’s Legacy: Children With Cataracts October 19, 2017Cataracts usually afflict the old, but doctors in Africa have been shocked to find them in Ebola survivors as young as 5.DENISE GRADY
- Kenyan Election Official Fears New Vote Won’t Be Credible October 18, 2017The chairman of the electoral commission accused the top political parties of interfering with the election, scheduled for next week.JINA MOORE
- U.N. Peacekeeping Chief Issues Warning on South Sudan October 18, 2017The under secretary general for peacekeeping exhorted South Sudan’s antagonists to “bring the country back from the impending abyss.”RICK GLADSTONE
- Frugal Traveler: Navigating Sometimes Chaotic, Always Fascinating Addis Ababa October 21, 2017Not only can the Ethiopian capital be done inexpensively, you will also find fascinating cultural landmarks, wonderful food and an almost unparalleled coffee culture.LUCAS PETERSON
- Somalia Blasts Expose Security Failings and Possible Shabab Infiltration October 17, 2017Even in a country accustomed to pervasive violence, the double truck bombings that killed hundreds in Mogadishu on Saturday were a shock.HUSSEIN MOHAMED and KIMIKO de FREYTAS-TAMURA
- Truck Explosions Kill Hundreds in Somalia October 15, 2017More than 270 were killed and hundreds injured in Mogadishu on Saturday, in twin blasts that officials called one of the deadliest attacks to hit the capital since an Islamist insurgency began in 2007.
- Mogadishu Truck Bombings Are Deadliest Attack in Decades October 16, 2017With at least 270 people dead, suspicion fell on the Shabab, a militant group that has been losing ground but, it now appears, perhaps not strength.HUSSEIN MOHAMED, ERIC SCHMITT and MOHAMED IBRAHIM
- KDK soldiers hunt down Shabaab militants after attackMr Kanyiri said the militants were hiding in the bushes.
- Fate of Sh5bn industrial park hangs in the balanceMr Ndambiri said land grabbing in the region is rampant.
- Passengers still missing as chopper wreckage foundSome of the wreckage were found on the Northeastern part of the shore.
- Gen Mwathethe urges leaders to promote unityGen Mwathethe said Kenya should not be turned into a war zone like Iraq.
- Nock president Tergat draws up bold planNock works closely with the International Olympic Committee on continuous basis.
- Search for missing chopper passengers continuesThe operation was on Saturday evening called off due poor visibility.