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Él sabe quién ganó el Balón de Oro. Y no, no lo dirá

En esta época del año, Pascal Ferré responde la misma llamada, una y otra vez. Lo llaman de todo el…

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Sports

¿Quién es, y dónde está, Peng Shuai?

Una simple pregunta se ha apoderado del mundo del deporte y ha llamado la atención de la Casa Blanca, las…

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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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Sports

The Joy of Casting in Italian Waters

On an early morning in late autumn 2019, I drove with two friends from my family’s small rural home in…

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Business

The New Billionaire Tax in Democrats’ Sights

Senator Ron Wyden is expected to unveil a new way of taxing billionaires.Credit...Pool photo by Rod Lamkey/ReutersBillionaires on the hook?…

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On a Corfu Olive Farm, a Much Longed-For Reunion of Friends

To the uninitiated, Christina Martini and Apostolos Porsanidis-Kavvadias’s 18th-century farmhouse, with its whitewashed facade and green shutters ...

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In Shanghai, Teahouses Offer Both Community and Solitude

THE WOMEN PLAY cards, faces strategically, immaculately bored. Smoke eddies from cigarettes. We are in Huangpu in central Shanghai, a…

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Court in Argentina Dismisses Charges Against Kirchner in Bombing Case

BUENOS AIRES — A court in Argentina has dismissed a criminal case against Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner that…

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Your Wednesday Briefing

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen during the Senate Banking Committee hearing today.Credit...Stefani Reynolds for The New York TimesYellen warns of ...

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Bringing a Deathly Michelangelo Sculpture Back to Life

FLORENCE, Italy — Michelangelo was an old man when he began working on a sculpture he envisioned for an altar…

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