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Gilbert Seltzer, Soldier in the World War II ‘Ghost Army,’ Dies at 106

In Mr. Beyer’s documentary, Mr. Seltzer recalled his early reaction to being told that the purpose of the 23rd’s preparations was to have the...

Denmark Lifts the Last of Its Pandemic Restrictions

Denmark has lifted the last of its coronavirus restrictions, effectively declaring that the virus was no longer a “critical threat to society” and allowing...

At Pro-Taliban Protest, a Symbol of America’s Lost Influence: Hundreds Dressed in Burqas

Hundreds of women, many wearing full-length burqas, their faces veiled, filled the auditorium of a Kabul university on Saturday holding signs — many of...

Abimael Guzmán, Leader of Guerrilla Group That Terrorized Peru, Dies at 86

Abimael Guzmán, the founder and leader of the Shining Path guerrilla movement, which spread terror across much of Peru in the 1980s and ’90s,...

‘Imminent Threat’ or Aid Worker: Did a U.S. Drone Strike in Afghanistan Kill the Wrong Person?

In one of the final acts of its 20-year war in Afghanistan, the United States fired a missile from a drone at a...

Biden’s Covid-19 Vaccine Push Aligns Him With a Fed-Up, Vaccinated Majority

“The unvaccinated are beginning to feel discriminated against,” she said while eating a salad outside the Fairfax Whole Foods. “When you start to mandate...

Israel Captures 2 of 6 Palestinian Fugitives Who Escaped Prison

After the intifada, Mr. Zubeidi renounced violence, turning to political theater and helping to run the Freedom Theater in his hometown, Jenin, in the...

Biden’s New Vaccine Requirements Draw Praise, Skepticism and Outrage

President Biden’s new vaccine requirements, announced Thursday, drew praise from doctors eager to slow the spread of the coronavirus, caution from experts who felt...

Will vaccine mandates slow the pandemic? Yes, scientists say — but not immediately.

President Biden’s new coronavirus vaccine mandates will have sweeping ramifications for businesses, schools and the political discourse in the United States. But for many...

Lebanon Gets New Prime Minister Amid Economic Meltdown

BEIRUT, Lebanon — Najib Mikati, a billionaire telecommunications tycoon, became the prime minister of Lebanon on Friday, seizing the reins in a country that...

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The higher education minister in the new Taliban government says women can study in universities, including at post-graduate levels, but that classrooms will be...

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