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A Uyghur Skier Became the Face of China’s Winter Olympics. The Next Day, She Vanished From the Spotlight.

By Saturday, the 20-year-old cross-country skier, Dinigeer Yilamujiang, ...

A Positive Covid Test in Hong Kong Starts a Business Traveler on Monthlong Quarantine

HONG KONG—When Yudi Soetjiptadi made it back...

Climate Scientists Encounter Limits of Computer Models, Bedeviling Policy

BOULDER, Colo.—For almost five years, an international consortium of scientists was chasing clouds, determined to solve a problem that bedeviled climate-change forecasts for...

How Do You Teach a Goldfish to Drive? First You Need a Vehicle

Ronen Segev is out to clear the goldfish’s bad reputation. ...

China’s Slowdown to Limit Global Growth but Not Undermine World Economy

HONG KONG—A prolonged slowdown in China’s economic growth could hurt some multinational companies and commodity producers for years to come, casting a shadow...

Moroccan Boy Trapped in Well for Four Days Dies

A young boy trapped for four days in a well...

Russia Military Buildup Near Ukraine Grows, Heightening U.S. Concern

A series of Russian military moves and potential political steps has heightened concern within the Biden administration that Moscow could launch a major...

Israel, U.A.E. Draw Closer on Security Amid Threat From Iran, Its Allies

Israel and the United Arab Emirates are accelerating their security and intelligence cooperation efforts in the wake of a series of attacks on...

Olympic Torchbearer Evokes Memories of 2008 for Fellow Uyghur

It was a politically charged message. A smiling Uyghur woman gripped the Olympic torch to open the Winter Games on Friday in Beijing....

The World Is Likely Sicker Than It Has Been in 100 Years

The world is living through a unique moment: In the past five or six weeks, the Omicron coronavirus variant has likely gotten more...

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