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David Shepherd, Who Both Painted and Preserved Wildlife, Dies at 86
Mr. Shepherd, enraged by poaching and other abuses he witnessed while painting wild animals, formed his own conservation foundation.
09/25/2017 09:59 PM
Germany’s Far Right Complicates Life for Merkel — and the E.U.
Political fragmentation and populism in Germany will make it harder for Angela Merkel to pair with President Emmanuel Macron of France to revitalize Europe.
09/25/2017 08:38 PM
Poland’s President Offers New Path to End Court Crisis
When he vetoed laws to alter Poland’s courts, President Andrzej Duda promised his own plan. On Monday, he unveiled it. Nearly everyone found fault.
09/25/2017 09:33 PM
Carrick-on-Shannon Journal: The Kurds of County Leitrim: Refugees Call an Irish Town Home
About 100 Kurdish refugees were resettled in a small town in Ireland. Time, tragedy and hurling eventually made them feel part of the community.
09/25/2017 04:01 PM
Alternative for Germany: Who Are They, and What Do They Want?
The party that placed third in Sunday’s German elections is a young right-wing movement with divided leadership and a nationalist message.
09/25/2017 03:58 PM
Ball Gowns, Lace Ruffs and Fairy Wings: Theater History for Sale
The Royal Shakespeare Company sold a third of its costumes to finance the renovation of its workshop and specialist apprenticeships.
09/25/2017 03:21 PM
Russia Committed ‘Grave’ Rights Abuses in Crimea, U.N. Says
Investigators have documented evidence of arbitrary detentions, torture and abductions since Russian troops annexed the former Ukrainian region.
09/25/2017 01:48 PM
Uber C.E.O., Reacting to London Ban, Apologizes for ‘Mistakes’
Dara Khosrowshahi said in an open letter that the ride-hailing service had “got things wrong.” The company will appeal a decision over its right to operate in London.
09/25/2017 07:32 PM
Q&A: Clues to Prehistoric Cave Painters Remain Scant
Little is known about the cave paintings in France and Spain made tens of thousands of years ago.
09/25/2017 09:00 AM
Swiss Firm ABB to Buy G.E.’s Industrial Solutions Business for $2.6 Billion
The deal comes as new General Electric chief executive John L. Flannery conducts a review of each of its businesses.
09/25/2017 11:30 PM
Nigel Farage to Campaign for Roy Moore in Alabama Senate Race
Mr. Farage, a right-wing British politician, is defying President Trump by endorsing Mr. Moore in a pivotal Republican Senate runoff.
09/25/2017 01:29 AM
Former Hostage Held by Al Qaeda Describes 6-Year Ordeal in the Sahara
Johan Gustafsson, a Swede kidnapped at gunpoint in Timbuktu, Mali, by Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb in 2011 and recently freed, tells of his captivity and his conversion to Islam.
09/25/2017 02:36 PM