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Meet the Beauty Queens of Al Dhafra

“Camel No. 1! Camel No. 1!” I had just arrived at the Al Dhafra Festival, and young boys in kanduras,…

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Hondurans seek a break from graft and despair in an election with repercussions for the United States.

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Hondurans voted Sunday in tense general elections that are likely to have repercussions far beyond the Central…

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As U.S. Hunts for Chinese Spies, University Scientists Warn of Backlash

The F.B.I. agents spent nearly two years tailing the professor, following him to work, to the grocery store, and even…

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Business

Rivian’s Electric Truck Is a Cutie and a Beast

The redoubtable Rivian R1T, the first crusher in a coming wave of electric pickup trucks, can soar unscathed over gnarly…

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A Whirlwind Paris Fashion Week With Virgil Abloh

Early last Wednesday evening, on a quiet street in one of Paris’s northern arrondissements, the Off-White studio was abuzz. Young…

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Health

As Covid Infections Spread, Nursing Homes Lag Behind on the Rollout for Booster Shots

A Connecticut nursing home had planned to roll out Covid booster shots to residents at the beginning of this month.…

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Sports

How Much Does Your Team’s Manager Matter?

That first day, for an incoming manager at a new club, must be overwhelming. There is an entire squad of…

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Europe’s Theaters Go Back to the Future With Covid Restrictions

For months, Europe’s opera, music and theater fans have been flocking to packed venues as if the coronavirus pandemic was…

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I Hated Swimming. Then I Moved to Australia.

SYDNEY, Australia — The spring sun might have been warm, but the Pacific Ocean off the edge of Sydney felt…

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Business

How Do You Make Teen Comedies Today? Buy a High School.

LIVERPOOL, N.Y. — The teenage couple is lounging on the lawn outside a high school, taking advantage of a free…

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