U.N. Inquiry Into Syria Bombings Is Silent on Russiaâs Role
Experts say a âmealy-mouthedâ United Nations report failed to blame Russia for bombing hospitals and a school, for fear of alienating Moscow.
How We Got By: New Yorkersâ Advice for Getting Through a Crisis
Tales from the worst days of people's lives.
Unprepared for the Worst: Worldâs Most Vulnerable Brace for Virus
Crowded camps, depleted clinics and scarce soap and water make social distancing and even hand-washing impossible for millions of refugees.
Citing Death Penalty, U.K. Court Blocks Giving Evidence on ISIS âBeatlesâ to U.S.
The decision raised the question of whether the Trump administration will promise not to seek the execution of two ISIS detainees accused of abusing hostages.
For Children Fleeing War, a Tent Becomes a School
In northwestern Syria, children forced from their homes cannot remember a normal life. Volunteer teachers are trying to give them one.
Thanks to Sanctions, Russia Is Cushioned From Virusâs Economic Shocks
Years of economic isolation and bulging financial reserves have positioned the country to ride out the coronavirus panic and bounce right back.
Pakistani Doctor, Arrested in Minneapolis, Is Accused of Plan to Join ISIS
Muhammad Masood, 28, a doctor, said he wanted to âfight on the front line as well as help the wounded brothers,â according to the F.B.I.
âWash Our Hands? Some People Canât Wash Their Kids for a Week.â
In devastated northwestern Syria, the coronavirus may already be spreading in packed displacement camps, and the international response is weeks behind.
With Cease-Fire in Place, Syrians Return for Belongings, but Not to Stay
A few of the hundreds of thousands displaced by the fighting are trickling back. But few, if any, say they believe the quiet will last.
3 Men Sentenced to 125 Years Each in Drowning of Syrian Refugee Boy
A Turkish court sentenced each man to 125 years in jail for the death of five refugees, including Alan Kurdi, 2, whose body washed up on a beach.
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