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The caravan, largely consisting of desperate Central Americans, is dispersing but plans to regroup elsewhere.
President Rodrigo Duterte says that inadequate sewage treatment on the island, a tourism hot spot, has turned its beaches into a “cesspool.”
In earlier incarnations, the North Korean leader’s train has featured sumptuous feasts, cases of fine French wines and female entertainers known as lady conductors.
With little available land and housing prices soaring ever higher, Hong Kong is considering some audacious ways to house residents.
The Great Australian Bight, a pristine stretch of ocean, is believed to have enormous natural gas reserves. The local fishing and tourism industries worry the risks of drilling outweigh talk of jobs.
The Youth Army, a recent Kremlin creation, is designed to imprint nationalist fervor, but critics doubt Russia needs a militaristic league for the young.
Mr. Di Maio’s meteoric and improbable rise reflects Italy’s newly turbulent politics, as well as the lack of experience of his Five Star party.
Hundreds of residents were evacuated as fires in southern New South Wales spread to a town of 1,600 people.
Lawmakers revoked term limits for Xi Jinping and made other changes that will shape China for years. Here’s how The Times covered the annual session.
Hun Sen, the longest-ruling leader in Asia, has turned his back on Western aid and tightened his grip on Cambodia, with the blessings of Beijing.
The kingdom hopes that building an entertainment industry for its 29 million people will help its struggling, oil-based economy and make life more enjoyable.
Satellite imaging, astronomy and a smart hunch about North Korea propaganda confirmed the launching site of the North Korean missile and a new monument.
The Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea might be the best bet for a meeting between the American and the North Korean leader. But there are other options.
A Times correspondent is reporting from the airport in Nepal’s capital, where a flight from Bangladesh slammed into a field short of the runway.
After 131 Years, Message in a Bottle Found on Australian Beach - The New York Times