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As Signs of a Mass Grave Emerge, Myanmar Cracks Down

As Signs of a Mass Grave Emerge, Myanmar Cracks Down

A satellite image of the Inn Din village in Rakhine State, Myanmar, on Nov. 10. The military commander said an investigation was underway into “people being killed and buried” in a cemetery there.

Deadly Iran Protests Prompt Warning of Harsher Response

Deadly Iran Protests Prompt Warning of Harsher Response

A protester raised her fist amid the smoke of tear gas at the University of Tehran on Saturday.

Congo Says Felix Tshisekedi Won Election, Rebuffing Independent Review

Congo Says Felix Tshisekedi Won Election, Rebuffing Independent Review

Felix Tshisekedi, left, was declared the winner of Congo's presidential election on Thursday, despite independent assessments that a rival, Martin Fayulu, was the top vote-getter.

Ecuador Gives Assange Citizenship, Worsening Standoff With Britain

Ecuador Gives Assange Citizenship, Worsening Standoff With Britain

Julian Assange speaking at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London last year.

Victims of Guatemala’s Civil War Are Laid to Rest, 3 Decades Later

Victims of Guatemala’s Civil War Are Laid to Rest, 3 Decades Later

Relatives carrying coffins with the remains of 172 people who died during the Guatemalan civil war and were exhumed in 2014. The remains are being interred in a cemetery in Santa Avelina, Cotzal, Guatemala.

In South Sudan, a Never-Ending Hunger Season Puts Millions in Danger

In South Sudan, a Never-Ending Hunger Season Puts Millions in Danger

Nyantioop Mach outside her home in a camp for displaced people in Juba, South Sudan. “This year is the worst we have seen,” she said of the country’s food crisis.

11 and Married: Malaysia Spars Over an Age-Old Practice

11 and Married: Malaysia Spars Over an Age-Old Practice

Norazila, 14, at her family’s restaurant in Gua Musang, Malaysia. She was dumbfounded when she learned her friend Ayu, 11, had married her 41-year-old father.


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