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How to Attend Camp as an Adult

“Camp is different when you’re an adult,” says Bill Syme, a 68-year-old retired abdominal surgeon from Albuquerque. Syme recently spent…

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World

Desperate to Flee Attacks, Kashmir Hindus Say Officials Lock the Exits

The return of minority Hindus to Kashmir, two decades after an exodus in the face of militant attacks and threats,…

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World

France’s New Prime Minister Overcame Tragedy in Her Youth

PARIS — On her first official trip last week as France’s new prime minister, Élisabeth Borne was asked what dreams…

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Health

Foraging for Ramps With the King of Appalachian Smoked Pork

MADISONVILLE, Tenn. — Allan Benton started selling country hams here in the 1970s, figuring he could make a better living…

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World

‘They Keep Killing Us’: Violence Rages in Sudan’s Darfur Two Decades On

KRINDING, Sudan — A soot-streaked shell is all that remains of Awatif Fadl’s house, destroyed a year ago when gunmen…

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Magazine

‘How Much of My Story Am I Supposed to Share?’

My husband and I married in a Presbyterian church in Watkins Glen, N.Y., on the banks of Seneca Lake. It…

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World

Violence Erupts at Syrian Camp for ISIS Families, Leaving a Child Dead

QAMISHLI, Syria — At a detention camp in northeastern Syria where tens of thousands of family members of Islamic State…

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World

At Least 60 Dead in Attack on Camp for Displaced People in Congo

KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of Congo — At least 60 people were killed after militants attacked a camp housing people displaced…

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World

Gunfire Rattles Burkina Faso’s Capital as Soldiers Revolt

OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso — Gunfire erupted inside several military bases across this conflict-hit West African country early Sunday as part…

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World

U.N. Approves Israeli Measure to Condemn Holocaust Denial

The United Nations on Thursday adopted an Israeli resolution that condemns denial and distortion of the Holocaust, the Nazi genocide…

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