The Promenade des Anglais in Nice, France, on July 15, a day after the truck rampage. The attack, during Bastille Day celebrations, left 84 people dead.

Years Before Truck Rampage in Nice, Attacker Wasn’t ‘Living in the Real World’

Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, who killed 84 people in France, had long displayed a propensity for violence, and his life appears to show how the unstable have latched on to Islamic State propaganda.

Police officers examined on Monday the area where a Syrian refugee blew himself up in Ansbach, Germany.

Syrian Who Blew Himself Up in Germany Had Been Twice Ordered Deported

The attack, which injured 15 at a music festival in Ansbach, was the fourth high-profile assault in the country in a week.

The house of the French singer and songwriter Serge Gainsbourg in central Paris in July 2015.

A Graffiti-Covered Paris Time Capsule of a Rebel Musician

Serge Gainsbourg, who died 25 years ago, was well known for his eclectic songs and rebellious attitude, a French cross between Tom Jones and Johnny Rotten.

An ethnic Hazara man cries next to empty caskets on Sunday during burial ceremonies at a cemetery in the Omid-e-Sabz Township near Kabul, Afghanistan.

Kabul Bombing Adds New Layers of Agony for Afghanistan’s Hazaras

Ethnic Hazaras gathered on a hilltop cemetery near Kabul to mourn nearly two dozen relatives and friends, among at least 80 killed in a bombing claimed by the Islamic State a day earlier.

Salman Khan, one of India’s biggest film stars, in May. He remains a defendant in another case of shooting protected antelopes, known as black bucks, and in a case involving illegal arms connected to the poaching charges.

Salman Khan, Bollywood Star, Acquitted in 2 Poaching Cases in India

The ruling overturned an earlier conviction of the actor in the killings of protected deer in Rajasthan State in 1998, a case that set off a public furor.

China Tiger Attack Kills Woman at Drive-Through Animal Park

One other woman was injured in the episode, at a park near the Great Wall where people have been killed by tigers at least twice before.

Sgt. Elor Azaria during a court hearing in Tel Aviv in April.

Israeli Soldier Who Shot Wounded Palestinian Criticizes Superiors

Sgt. Elor Azaria, who killed a Palestinian attacker who his commander said posed no further danger, insisted he saw a “real and immediate danger.”

Police officers in Panama City standing guard outside the offices of the law firm Mossack Fonseca during a raid on April 12.

Panama Papers Reveal Wide Use of Shell Companies by African Officials

Entrepreneurs and corrupt officials have hidden profits from the sale of natural resources and the bribes paid to gain access to them, leaked records show.

New Zealand’s flightless kiwi is one of the native birds endangered by rats and weasels.

New Zealand Vows to Wipe Out Rats and Other Invasive Predators by 2050

The government said it planned to eliminate the possums, rats and weasels that threaten the survival of native species.

An explosion in Ansbach, Germany, late Sunday killed at least one person and injured people near the site of a music festival.

Syrian Refugee Blows Himself Up at German Music Festival, Wounding 12

The authorities identified the man behind the blast as a 27-year-old who was denied asylum last year.

Vladimir V. Putin in Moscow last month. Democratic leaders and cyberspecialists wonder if Mr. Putin is meddling in the presidential election.

As Democrats Gather, a Russian Subplot Raises Intrigue

Researchers have concluded that the Democratic National Committee was breached by two Russian intelligence agencies, and metadata from the released emails suggests that the documents passed through Russian computers.

A Customs and Border Protection officer in Ireland inspecting a passenger’s travel documents as part of a preclearance program.

Preclearance at Foreign Airports Seen as a Necessity to Fight Terrorism

American customs officials, who want to expand a program to include more European airports, say it would help identify and stop potential terrorists before they could enter the United States.

Thomas Sutherland with his daughter Kit after returning to Colorado in 1991. Mr. Sutherland spent more than six years as a hostage in Lebanon.

Thomas Sutherland, Lebanon Hostage Who Was Freed After 6 Years, Dies at 85

Mr. Sutherland, an agriculture professor who was among dozens of Westerners kidnapped by Islamic militants in Beirut in the 1980s, was released in 1991.

K.P. Oli Sharma, center, leaving the Parliament building in Kathmandu, Nepal, after resigning as prime minister on Sunday, before a no-confidence motion against him could pass.

Nepal’s Prime Minister, K. P. Sharma Oli, Resigns Ahead of a No-Confidence Vote

The government of K.P. Sharma Oli struggled with a new Constitution, post-earthquake reconstruction, and a deteriorating relationship with neighboring India.

A woman and her child were plaintiffs in the lawsuit, which was settled with Texas agreeing to changes that would allow parents without legal immigration status to obtain birth certificates for their children born in the United States.

Lawsuit Forces Texas to Make It Easier for Immigrants to Get Birth Certificates for Children

With the settlement of a lawsuit against the state, undocumented immigrants will be able to use more types of documents to get birth certificates.

Slaughtered Cow Leads to More Vigilantism Accusations in India

Several people were charged with a beating in the state of Karnataka, one in a series of attacks against those suspected of killing cows, which are sacred in Hinduism.

A video showed the police making an arrest after a machete attack on Sunday in Reutlingen, Germany.

Syrian Refugee Arrested in Germany After Fatal Machete Attack

The 21-year-old man, whose identity was not released, added to a week of violence in the country.

Mourners outside the Olympia shopping mall in Munich.

Munich Gunman Portrayed as Having Planned Attack for a Year

Ali Sonboly, 18, received inpatient treatment for depression in 2015, frequented the “darknet” and had no apparent political motivation, German officials said.

The Russian weight lifter Apti Aukhadov won a silver medal at the 2012 Olympics in London. Medals won by Russian athletes at recent Olympic Games have been called into question.

I.O.C. Forces Russians to Prove They Have a Drug-Free Past

The International Olympic Committee’s executive board set special terms for individuals to prove innocence of doping and participate in the Rio Games.

Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people in 2011, gave a Nazi salute as he entered a makeshift courtroom in a high-security prison in southern Norway in March.

Terrorist or Disturbed Loner? Munich Attack Reveals Shifting Labels

When mass killers show affinity for jihadists, their acts are labeled terrorism. The label appears less often when their inspiration is right-wing extremists.

Brunhilde Pomsel

Goebbels’s Secretary Struggles With Her Responsibility

Brunhilde Pomsel, a witness to the Nazis’ inner circle, offers an unflinching glimpse into the mentality of the era in the film “A German Life.’’

Skunk feces on display at the National Poo Museum.

A Museum Where Art Is Dried and Preserved After Animals Excrete It

“People are disgusted by poo, but there’s also this fascination with it,” said an artist who helped create a one-room exhibit at the Isle of Wight Zoo.


Recipe for a Chinese Ritual Dish: Eggs, Time and Plenty of Urine

In Dongyang, “virgin boy eggs” are a traditional (and some say healthy) delicacy that depends on nature’s call to add just the right flavor.

The library at the Strahov monastery in Prague.

Why Libraries Are Everywhere in the Czech Republic

The country has a public library for every 1,971 people — 10 times the U.S. rate — and a population that still borrows and reads printed books.


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