Zalmay Khalilzad Returns to Doha for Peace Talks
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Trump Scraps Denmark Visit After Greenland Not for Sale
Water Pollution Can Reduce Economic Growth
India’s Moon Probe Enters Lunar Orbit
U.K. to End E.U. Free Movement Immediately After Brexit
Islamic State Persists Despite Territory Loss: Pompeo
Take 46 top chefs. Add Britain’s freshest ingredients. Stir.
The Indian censor board wants to keep up with the times.
Indian cinema commemorates its 100th birthday with the release of two films celebrating its humble origins and glamorous modern-day Bollywood.
In Libya, behold a cultural revolution.
Welcome to Bangkok, heaven on a plate.
Inside the soul of a drunk and bitter country.
Beyond Istanbul’s bustle, the rest of Turkey beguiles upscale travelers.
A bridge to the wide world.
Some anti-porn activists have called for Sunny Leone to be jailed.
A new film festival in India will showcase for the first time scenes from Bollywood movies deemed too racy for viewers, including the first attempt at an onscreen kiss.
In a dusty city of gray concrete blast walls where there’s not always much to smile about, the organizers of a children’s circus try to provide a splash of color and joy.
A new documentary explores the life, and death, of Tim Hetherington.
The story of how the Afghans defeated the British.
Judges gave Shamsie, who was required to be a U.K. citizen for eligibility, special consideration.
The world’s most powerful actress is changing lives in Afghanistan.
Why being a woman of impact does not mean being a woman who does it all.
Nora Ephron’s last work comes to Broadway.
A young dancer’s journey from Sierra Leone to the heights of American ballet.
Hannah Rothschild on the trail of her elusive, bohemian relative.
An underground town of dungeons and pubs.