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    New Hampshire and Oklahoma Move to Open Covid Vaccines to Nonresidents

    New Hampshire and Oklahoma announced plans this week to open up vaccine eligibility to outside residents as supply starts to grow and more states...

    After Going ‘Free of L.G.B.T.,’ a Polish Town Pays a Price

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    ISTANBUL — The unpredictable roller coaster that has become Turkish politics was on full display this past week after 104 retired admirals publicly challenged...

    Quake Strikes Java in Indonesia, Killing at Least 6 People

    MALANG, Indonesia — A strong earthquake killed at least six people and damaged buildings on Indonesia’s main island, Java, on Saturday and shook the...

    Ashraf Ghani, Afghanistan’s President, Has Little Sway Over Its Future

    KABUL, Afghanistan — He attends international conferences, meets with diplomats, recently inaugurated a dam and delivers patriotic speeches vowing to defend his country against...

    A Soviet ‘Lord of the Rings’ Is Unearthed, Epic in Its Own Way

    Arseny Bulakov, the chairman of the St. Petersburg Tolkien Society, called the production “a very revealing artifact” of its era: “filmed in destitute times,...

    ‘You Can’t Trust Anyone’: Russia’s Hidden Covid Toll Is an Open Secret

    SAMARA, Russia — She burst into the hospital morgue and the bodies were everywhere, about a dozen of them in black bags on stretchers....

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