Survivors of Bosnia massacre grapple with horrors, deniers

SREBRENICA, Bosnia-Herzegovina  — Through tears and in between fraught silences, Devla Ajsic refuses to remain quiet any longer.

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South Africa’s ex-leader turns himself in for prison term

NKANDLA, South Africa — Former South African president Jacob Zuma turned himself over to police early Thursday to begin serving a 15-month prison term.

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Building collapse shows town’s rich, middle-class division

SURFSIDE, Fla.  — The condo tower collapse in Surfside could exacerbate the division that already exists between the tiny Florida town’s new luxury… Read more

Philanthropies eagerly back journalist Hannah-Jones

NEW YORK  — Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones used major philanthropic donors to build her future as a tenured professor at Howard University, just as… Read more

Some Chinese shun grueling careers for ‘low-desire life’

BEIJING — Fed up with work stress, Guo Jianlong quit a newspaper job in Beijing and moved to China’s mountain southwest to “lie flat.”

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US troops on front lines of America’s longest war

During the course of America’s longest war, more than 800,000 members of the U.S. military served in Afghanistan, a multigenerational fight against… Read more

Victims in Miami condo collapse came from around the world

MIAMI  — A Filipino-American who loved to play the piano and her Chilean husband lived on the 10th floor of the building. One flight down were Cuban… Read more

NYC Pride ban on uniformed police reflects a deeper tension

NEW YORK — For decades, when LGBTQ people have gathered to take part in New York City’s annual Pride march, they’ve made their presence known with… Read more