A stone carving depicting Xipe Tótec, a pre-Columbian god known as the Flayed Lord. Artifacts related to the deity were found in the central state of Puebla.
Feeding Champa, the older of two chimpanzees rescued from a smuggling operation. By the time they arrived in Kathmandu, Nepal, from Nigeria, they had lost nearly half their body weight.
The tomb of the Spanish dictator Francisco Franco at the Valle de los Caídos, or Valley of the Fallen, a giant mausoleum carved into a hillside outside Madrid.
Lining up in Rio de Janeiro to see the “Queer Museum” exhibition.
Gao Yan, a young woman whose suicide two decades ago has ignited a debate about sexual harassment in China.
John Oliver’s name became a banned term on Weibo, a Chinese social media platform, after he devoted a 20-minute segment to China on “Last Week Tonight.”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany on Thursday.
President Tsai Ing-wen’s tough response to China this week has caused a groundswell of support for her in Taiwan.
A memorial with portraits of three slain journalists — Aleksandr Rastorguev, Kirill Radchenko Orkhan Dzhemal — at the Russian Union of Journalists’ building in Moscow.
Ken Isaacs was forced to withdraw his candidacy to lead the United Nations migration agency, tainted by his own track record and President Trump’s migration policies.
A banner for the Cambodian People’s Party, led by Prime Minister Hun Sen, in Phnom Penh, the capital. Cambodia’s only well-known opposition party was shut down by a court last year.
“We will not be pushed into accepting any old deal, and no deal might very well be better for Canada than a bad deal,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said of Nafta in Chicago this month.
A residential block at the University of Hong Kong, where a professor suspected of killing his wife lived with his family.
Usman Raja at the Fight Science gym in Aldershot, England. Over the last eight years, Mr. Raja, a former cage fighter, has helped reintegrate more than 50 released prisoners convicted of terrorism offenses.
Mr. Putin, a former KGB agent, has ruled Russia as prime minister or president for more than 18 years.
The government of Hungary has tried to convince voters that the billionaire financier George Soros is behind the country’s troubles.
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