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ATP Finals Create a Buzz in Turin, but Will Italy’s Players Follow?

TURIN, Italy — There is a massive world map in the atrium of the five-star hotel in Turin where the…

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World

In Moscow’s Technological Advances, a ‘Double-Edged Sword’

The Moscow Metro — a world-class marvel of efficient mass transportation since it opened in 1935 — made headlines last…

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Outside Climate Summit, Trash in Glasgow Piles High

GLASGOW — In Gaelic, “Glasgow” translates to “dear green place,” a nod to the parks, gardens and flourishing green spaces…

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Business

Can Progress on Diversity Be Union-Made?

Staring at the wall of glass clawing its way up the unfinished facade of the Winthrop Center in downtown Boston…

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Vienna will start to vaccinate young children without E.U. approval.

The city of Vienna will help vaccinate children as young as 5 against Covid, without official approval from the E.U.,…

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How the New York City Marathon Grew Up

Back in 1970, when the first New York City Marathon was run, it was something very different than we know…

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More New York City workers get Covid shots as deadline nears, but tensions remain.

New York City’s sweeping effort to compel most city employees to receive the coronavirus vaccine before Monday appears to have…

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After Time of ‘Real Terror,’ City’s Resilience Is Symbolized in Statue

BRESCIA, Italy — Wearing a toga, the woman points out the top attractions of one of Italy’s more underrated cities:…

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Business

‘Fiscal Justice Ratings’ Fight Police Brutality With Finance

The DealBook newsletter delves into a single topic or theme every weekend, providing reporting and analysis that offers a better…

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Exuberant Art and Cable Car Can Lift a Poor, Violent Place Only So High

MEXICO CITY — Observed from a soaring cable car, the city is a sea of concrete stretching to the horizon,…

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