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How Miami's Cuban Hardliners Lost Their Way

MIAMI — For decades, the embargo against Cuba, along with efforts to isolate the Communist island, were gospel in Miami's Cuban community. Dissent was shouted ...

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A New Dawn in Cuba

HAVANA, Cuba — President Barack Obama has finally cut the Gordian Knot of U.S.-Cuban relations that none of his 10 predecessors could manage to untie. ...

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Praying Politics in Modi’s India

The nationalist BJP government has promised to rebuild the temple of Ram, a fiery point of contention for Hindus and Muslims. But it's not doing so ... for a surprising reason.

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Tomorrow There Will Be Apricots

The new lives of women made widows by the Syrian civil war.

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Yemen’s Astonishing Financial Meltdown

SANAA, Yemen — The bustling Rowaishan roundabout in central Sanaa connects the upmarket Hadda district with Algeria Street, a strip of shopping malls and fast food ...

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The Murder of Innocents

KABUL — Dr. Hannelie Groenewald was supposed to see patients on Sunday, Nov. 30, but at the last minute her medical clinic asked her to work ...

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