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‘Why Was I Born a Girl?’ An Afghan Poem Inspires U.S. Students

KABUL — When Fariba Mohebi, an 11th grader, learned in September that most Afghan girls would not join boys returning to school under Taliban rule, she shut the door and windows to her room. Then she broke down and sobbed.From her despair, a...

‘Miserable and Dangerous’: A Failed Chinese Promise in Serbia

ZRENJANIN, Serbia — Seeking escape from grinding poverty in northern Vietnam, the 43-year-old farmer labored for years on construction sites in Kuwait and Uzbekistan before being offered a ticket to what he was told would be “the promised land” — Europe, and a...

Britain Says Moscow Is Plotting to Install a Pro-Russian Leader in Ukraine

KYIV — The British government said Saturday that the Kremlin was developing plans to install a pro-Russian leader in Ukraine — and had already chosen a potential candidate — as President Vladimir V. Putin weighs whether to order the Russian forces amassed on...

Video: Covid Outbreak Triggers Lockdown in Hong Kong Housing Complex

new video loaded: Covid Outbreak Triggers Lockdown in Hong Kong Housing ComplextranscriptBacktranscriptCovid Outbreak Triggers Lockdown in Hong Kong Housing ComplexMultiple apartment buildings were locked down and 37,000 people were ordered to undergo testing after more than 100 new cases of the Omicron variant...

Why Boris Johnson May Finally Have Gone Too Far

Boris Johnson, long famed for brushing off accusations of distorting, misleading or outright lying that, far from slowing his rise, seemed to only bolster his image as an incorrigible scamp, suddenly faces potential political death over the very charge to which he had...

English Island Seeks a Landlord-King Who Likes Solitude, Seals and Beer

The island is also where Lambert Simnel, the young son of an Oxford tradesman, landed in June 1487 with an army of mercenaries and a claim to be the rightful heir to England’s throne. He marched on London, was promptly defeated by Henry...