1. Rule 1 at the G7 Meeting? Don’t Get You-Know-Who Mad World, Today

    Determined not to rouse President Trump’s well-known temper, Group of 7 leaders registered their policy differences in the most flattering of tones.

  2. Trump Offers Contradictory Signals on China Trade War World, Today

    After initially said that he was having “second thoughts” about a new levies on Chinese goods, Mr. Trump said he only regretted not raising tariffs faster.

  3. Plane and Helicopter Collide in Spain, Killing 7 World, Today

    The crash took place over the island of Majorca as the two aircraft, which had taken off from separate airports, collided below a thousand feet.

  4. Iranian Official Makes Surprise Appearance on Sidelines of G7 Summit World, Today

    At the invitation of France, Iran’s foreign minister flew to Biarritz and met with European officials. But he had no plans to sit down with American officials.

  5. When Everybody Speaks English Opinion, Today

    Readers says the world is a poorer place when monolingualism prevails.

  6. Fury as British Airways Cancels Scores of Flights, Some by Mistake World, Today

    Customers vented their fury after the airline said their flights would be canceled because of a looming strike, then backtracked.

  7. Johnson Walks Tightrope at G7, as Trump Pledges ‘Very Big Trade Deal’ for U.K. World, Today

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson responded cautiously, saying that reaching a trade agreement “may take some time” and would require compromises from Washington.

  8. Iceland’s Purple Planes Are Grounded, and With Them, Its Economy Business, Today

    The collapse of WOW Air, the discount airline, has damaged the country’s tourism industry, which had lifted it from the wreckage of the 2008 financial crisis.

  9. G7 Live Updates: Trump Sends Mixed Signals on China World, Today

    President Trump, at the G7 summit in Biarritz, France, once again caught off guard allies who disagree with him on trade tariffs, global warming, Russia and China.

  10. Prince Andrew Denies Knowing of Sex Trafficking by Epstein World, Yesterday

    The prince’s statement was his most comprehensive response to the scandal.

  11. Trump Aides Slam French for Focusing on ‘Niche Issues’ at G7 U.S., Yesterday

    The orchestrated message underscored the deep rift between President Trump and his counterparts. But Mr. Trump, who tweeted about New York subways, was also focused elsewhere.

  12. As the Amazon Burns, Europe Seizes Title of Climate Champion World, Yesterday

    With the Trump administration nearly silent, European leaders have energetically stepped in to take up the mantle of leadership. A trade deal could be at stake.

  13. Glasgow University Pledges Millions for ‘Reparative Justice’ for Slavery Ties World, Yesterday

    One of Britain’s oldest universities has acknowledged its historical links to the slave trade and has pledged to raise £20 million for research.

  14. Trump Asserts He Can Force U.S. Companies to Leave China World, Yesterday

    The president cited a national security law from 1977 that has never before been used to cut economic ties with a major power in a trade dispute.

  15. Putin Orders Russia to Respond After U.S. Missile Test World, August 23

    President Vladimir Putin ordered the Russian military on Friday to work out a quid pro quo response after the test of a new U.S. missile banned under a now-defunct arms treaty.

  16. Turkey Vows to Tackle Violence After Woman’s Killing Sparks Social Media Backlash World, August 23

    Turkey’s ruling party has vowed to tackle violence against women and children after the brutal killing of a woman in front of her 10-year-old daughter appalled the country.

  17. As Amazon Fires Become Global Crisis, Brazil’s President Reverses Course World, August 23

    After days of playing down the fires raging across the Amazon, President Bolsonaro orders the military to step in. But it’s not clear that will be enough.

  18. World Leaders’ G7 Expectations: A Nice Chat, Some Good Wine, No Unity With Trump U.S., August 23

    America’s closest allies meet this weekend and have all but given up on producing the kind of consensus about global issues that has been the summit’s hallmark for decades.

  19. Brazil’s Rainforest Fires Prompt Alarm and Anger in Europe World, August 23

    President Emmanuel Macron of France accused President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil of lying about climate change, and said he would try to kill a major trade deal.

  20. Paris Prosecutor Opens Investigation in Jeffrey Epstein Scandal World, August 23

    The authorities said the inquiry would aim to uncover any crimes committed on French territory or against French citizens.

  21. American Jailed in Moscow on Spy Charges Says Guards Injured Him World, August 23

    Paul N. Whelan, a former Marine held for eight months on charges he denies, said he was in “great pain” and compared his treatment to the Salem witch trials.

  22. Aleksei Navalny, Released From Jail, Says Anti-Putin Protests Will Intensify World, August 23

    Mr. Navalny, the high-profile Kremlin critic, was jailed last month after calling for protests against the exclusion of opposition candidates from Moscow elections.

  23. Will a ‘Fashion Pact’ Make Fashion Greener? Fashion, August 23

    The French luxury billionaire François-Henri Pinault will unveil a new Fashion Pact to the G7 leaders in coming days. But does it go far enough?

  24. Where Does Italy’s Enfeebled Five Star Find Itself? At the Center of Power World, August 22

    In a remarkable turn, the collapse of Italy’s government has put the anti-establishment party back at center stage, to the worry of its detractors.

  25. White Supremacists Stole My Rabbi Husband’s Identity Opinion, August 22

    The scheme, cooked up by 4chan trolls, sought to stoke Jewish infighting.

  26. Las mujeres eligieron donadores, pero los médicos las inseminaron con su propio esperma en Español, August 22

    Con pruebas de ADN, decenas de personas en el mundo han descubierto un aparente engaño médico detrás de su nacimiento. En muchos sitios aún no está contemplado como delito.

  27. How Politics Constrain the Federal Reserve and Other Economists Business, August 22

    Top economists will meet in Jackson, Wyo., this week for a meeting sponsored by the Kansas City Fed. But politicians gathering in France hold the real keys to the economic future.

  28. Los problemas de Alemania son problemas para el mundo en Español, August 22

    Una obsesión germana con la deuda pública está afectando a la economía global.

  29. From Greece, Surprisingly Tannic Reds of Energy and Balance Food, August 22

    These red wines can be distinctive and thoroughly delicious. They are frequently great values as well, so long as they remain largely unknown.

  30. Syrian Is Convicted in Stabbing Death That Set Off Riots in Germany World, August 22

    An asylum seeker was found guilty of manslaughter in the death of a German man last year in the eastern city of Chemnitz that added fuel to an anti-immigrant backlash.

  31. Denmark’s Leader Didn’t Want a Fight With Trump. She Got One Anyway. World, August 22

    President Trump responded angrily when Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen rebuffed the idea of selling Greenland, but she is trying to move past it.

  32. At the Bauhaus, Music Was More Than a Hobby Arts, August 22

    The influential design school never had a proper music department. But musical thinking permeated the lives of its students and faculty.

  33. 36 Hours in Rennes and St.-Malo Travel, August 22

    How to spend a weekend in two of northwest France’s most enchanting cities, with a side-trip to Mont-St.-Michel.

  34. Rewriting the Rules of Drag in Paris Theater, August 22

    There is a cross-dressing show for everyone in the city, from traditional cabarets to RuPaul-inspired productions.

  35. Sudan’s Top General Sworn In as Leader of New Ruling Body World, August 21

    Sudan’s top general was sworn in Wednesday as the leader of a joint military-civilian body created to rule Sudan during a three-year transition period toward democratic elections.

  36. Un hombre es arrestado en España acusado de filmar bajo la falda de 555 mujeres en Español, August 21

    Las autoridades dicen que el sospechoso usaba sus traslados diarios para hacer las grabaciones subrepticias y luego publicaba esos videos ilegales en un sitio de pornografía.

  37. Mexican Court Says Cocaine Should Be Allowed World, August 21

    A pro-legalization group in Mexico says a court has granted two injunctions ordering the government to allow plaintiffs to carry and use cocaine, though not to buy or sell it.

  38. Man Arrested in Madrid ‘Upskirt’ Case Involving 555 Women World, August 21

    The police say a suspect used his daily commute to film women, then posted illegal videos to a pornography site.

  39. The People’s War Is Coming in Hong Kong Opinion, August 21

    Side by side, peaceniks and radicals are revving up for the next big move.

  40. Horse-Trading Begins for Italy’s Next Government. Who Will Outsmart the Other? World, August 21

    The hard-right leader Matteo Salvini may have underestimated his rivals’ determination to stop him. Then again, anything can happen in Italian politics.

  41. Their Mothers Chose Donor Sperm. The Doctors Used Their Own. Health, August 21

    Scores of people born through artificial insemination have learned from DNA tests that their biological fathers were the doctors who performed the procedure.

  42. Why Markets Are Not Panicking About Italy (Yet) Business, August 21

    Uncertainty is a familiar part of Italian politics, and investors are already looking at what a new government could bring.

  43. Homeless Children Are Being Housed in Shipping Containers, English Report Finds World, August 21

    A lack of affordable housing and changes to welfare benefits crisis have resulted in tens of thousands of children being forced to live in temporary facilities.

  44. German Theme Park Shuts Swastika-Shaped Ride World, August 21

    The park’s owner said he had not noticed the ride’s resemblance to the Nazi symbol. Public display of the swastika is banned in Germany, where anti-Semitic crimes are on the rise.

  45. Once Declared Passé, Foam Returns to the Restaurant Table T Magazine, August 21

    From a dragon-fruit cloud to aerated lobster bisque, chefs are breathing new life into the most clichéd of culinary techniques.

  46. Boris Johnson Needs Help From Trump, but Not Too Much World, August 21

    As he undertakes his first foreign trip, Mr. Johnson needs American support for Brexit. But he also needs help from Berlin and Paris, where the president is regarded with suspicion.

  47. Without Bees, We Are in Trouble Opinion, August 21

    Can an alliance of Germany’s political parties save them?

  48. Ann Demeulemeester Doesn’t Miss Fashion at All. She Has Other Plans. Style, August 21

    There are chickens, a garden and a whole new line of products.

  49. A Chance to Bond on a Perilous Hiking Trail in Iceland Travel, August 21

    As his son gets older and more independent, a father seizes the chance to keep their relationship relevant.

  50. China Acknowledges Holding an Employee of U.K.’s Hong Kong Consulate World, August 21

    The detention of a trade officer has raised fears that the police in mainland China are arresting people to dampen support for protests in Hong Kong.

  51. In Denmark, Bewilderment and Anger Over Trump’s Canceled Visit World, August 21

    The cancellation, because the country expressed no interest in selling Greenland, was a rare snub for Denmark’s head of state.

  52. Italy, Syria, Hong Kong: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, August 20

    Here’s what you need to know.

  53. After Desperate Migrants Jump Ship, Italy Allows Rescue Vessel to Dock World, August 20

    A ship carrying more than 80 migrants stranded at sea for nearly three weeks must be allowed to dock in Italy, a prosecutor ordered on Tuesday, ending a crisis that had grown more dire by the day.

  54. U.K. and E.U. Harden Their Positions on Brexit as G7 Meeting Nears World, August 20

    The European Union and Britain kicked off a high-wire week of diplomacy Tuesday by entrenching themselves deeper in their irreconcilable positions.

  55. Ugo Sansonetti, 100, Dies; Won Track Medals Into His 90s Sports, August 20

    He began running after retiring from his job and racked up dozens of gold medals and two world records in masters competitions.

  56. Some Migratory Birds Sleep Better Than Others Science, August 20

    The weariest warblers are more likely to sleep with their heads tucked in — saving energy, but making them more vulnerable to predators.

  57. After Radiation Sensors Blink Off, Russia’s Explanations Change World, August 20

    Sensors that might have shed light on a mysterious nuclear accident stopped sending data in the days afterward. Technical problems were blamed. Then an official said Russia did not have to share data.

  58. Syrian Forces Move Into Strategic Town, Tightening Grip on Rebels World, August 20

    Syria appeared close to seizing the town of Khan Sheikhoun, though clashes continued. The town lies on an important transportation corridor.

  59. Flaws in Cellphone Evidence Prompt Review of 10,000 Verdicts in Denmark World, August 20

    Data offered in court was flawed when technical errors linked some phones to the wrong towers or created a less-detailed picture of their locations, officials said.

  60. Spain Will Send Ship to Italy to Rescue Stranded Migrants World, August 20

    The decision came as at least 15 migrants tried to swim to shore, and a charity warned of conditions on the vessel that were “out of control.”

  61. Renuncia el primer ministro de Italia y abre paso a la incertidumbre en Español, August 20

    Giuseppe Conte dimitió ante un voto de confianza, que fue convocado por su exaliado, el ministro del Interior Matteo Salvini. Si no se forma un nuevo gobierno, habrá elecciones que favorecen a Salvini.

  62. Italy’s Government Collapses, Turning Chaos Into Crisis World, August 20

    A power play by the popular interior minister, Matteo Salvini, imploded the coalition. But for now, the election he wants remains just out of reach.

  63. Gran Canaria Fire, Spain’s Worst This Year, Forces Evacuation of 9,000 World, August 20

    About 9,000 people have been evacuated on Gran Canaria, though an official said there were signs that the fire was slowing its advance.

  64. What Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Marco Rubio Agree On Opinion, August 20

    Many Republicans and Democrats agree: Governments should intervene to help the industries and technologies of the future.

  65. It’s Not Always Excellent to Be Jamie Oliver Food, August 20

    Twenty years after he vaulted to fame, the brash British chef, TV star and cookbook author has lost his restaurant empire — but not his taste for hard work.

  66. Restaurant History, All the Way Back to the Bronze Age Food, August 20

    A new book takes a looser definition of “restaurant” to explore global roots.

  67. 1919: Romanian Crown Prince Renounces His Title World, August 20

    Prince Carol of Romania sent a letter to his father, King Ferdinand I, renouncing his title of Crown Prince and his rights as heir to the throne.

  68. An Archaeological Puzzle on the Danube Science, August 20

    Unique sculptures date from the historical moment when two peoples and two cultures met on the banks of a section of the river, now known as the Iron Gates.

  69. The World Has a Germany Problem Opinion, August 19

    The debt obsession that ate the economy.

  70. Notre-Dame Construction Resumes in Paris, but Worries About Lead Remain World, August 19

    Officials had shut down the work site over concerns about lead contamination. While stricter decontamination measures are now in place, concerns over safety persist.

  71. Iceland Mourns Loss of a Glacier by Posting a Warning About Climate Change World, August 19

    Higher global temperatures are threatening glaciers, which cover 11 percent of Iceland and are prominent tourist attractions.

  72. Prince Andrew, ‘Appalled’ by Epstein Scandal, Denies Any Role World, August 19

    The denial followed the publication of a video from 2010 showing the prince waving goodbye to a young woman at the mansion of Jeffrey Epstein.

  73. Jeremy Corbyn Calls Boris Johnson ‘Britain’s Trump’ as Campaign Begins World, August 19

    No date has been set for a general election as yet, but analysts expect one soon. The question is, will it be before or after Brexit?

  74. Los problemas económicos de Alemania serían una oportunidad para la ultraderecha en Español, August 19

    El partido AfD ha intentado sacarle jugo electoral a la desaceleración en el país, que usualmente ha sido el de mayor estabilidad económica de la Unión Europea.

  75. Italy’s Government Faces a Confidence Vote Where Nothing Is Certain World, August 19

    Matteo Salvini, the popular interior minister, would like very much to go to elections. But the majority of members of Parliament are in no rush.

  76. Un barco de rescate queda al centro de una tormenta política en Italia en Español, August 19

    Las medidas de Matteo Salvini ya han puesto en jaque el trabajo de grupos humanitarios en el Mediterráneo, una estrategia en su campaña para convertirse en el primer ministro italiano.

  77. The Man Turning European Fashion Into Something Raw and Real T Magazine, August 19

    Jonathan Anderson’s creations for Loewe and his own brand, JW Anderson, have made him one of the most forward-thinking designers working today.

  78. Seized Iranian Tanker Leaves Gibraltar Despite U.S. Pressure World, August 18

    The ship’s departure raised expectations that Iran, in turn, would relinquish a British tanker it seized in apparent retaliation.

  79. Seized Iranian Tanker Leaves Gibraltar Despite U.S. Pressure World, August 18

    The ship’s departure raised expectations that Iran, in turn, would relinquish a British tanker it seized in apparent retaliation.

  80. Cabras como bomberos: la solución de Portugal contra los incendios forestales en Español, August 18

    Las autoridades tienen un programa piloto para prevenir la propagación del fuego que consiste en apoyar a pastores para que sus chivas se deshagan del exceso de vegetación.

  81. A Summer of Angst in One of the World’s Safest Countries World, August 18

    Episodes like the death of a boy who was shoved in front of a train have fueled public anxiety, and far-right campaigning, in Germany.

  82. Migrant Ship Stranded Off Italy in ‘Crisis,’ Aid Group Says World, August 18

    Open Arms said desperate migrants had leapt into the sea to make it ashore and had to be rescued, even as Spain and France offered to take them in.

  83. French Waiter Shot Dead Over Slow Sandwich Service, Witnesses Say World, August 18

    The police were searching for a man who pulled out a 9-millimeter handgun and killed a waiter at a pizza restaurant outside Paris.

  84. No-Deal Brexit Risks Food, Fuel and Drugs Shortages, Leaked U.K. Files Say World, August 18

    Britain would be likely to face jammed ports and a hard border in Ireland if it left the European Union without a transition deal, according to government documents leaked to The Sunday Times of London.

  85. Crack Cocaine Makes a Paris Neighborhood ‘Hell’ for Users and Residents World, August 18

    Five squalid acres at the edge of the city are home to France’s largest open-air crack market — an “apocalyptic situation,” the local police chief says.

  86. Iceland’s Prime Minister: ‘The Ice Is Leaving’ Opinion, August 17

    Climate change is melting glaciers worldwide. Only we can stop it.

  87. With Pickets, Russian Protesters Look to Sustain Momentum World, August 17

    Looming over the demonstrations were questions about whether the movement could be sustained past the Sept. 8 elections, and what comes after President Vladimir Putin’s term.

  88. Scorched Portugal Turns to the Goat as a Low-Cost Firefighter World, August 17

    Portugal is using goats to clear the underbrush that fuels wildfires in hard to reach places and abandoned lands. If only it can find shepherds to tend them.

  89. Jean-Pierre Mocky, Iconoclastic French Film Director, Dies at 90 Movies, August 16

    He found a following making unapologetically raw films that challenged what he saw as hypocrisies in society.

  90. In Russia, After the Radiation Came the Rumors World, August 16

    Coping with an unseen risk, residents of a city near a nuclear accident turned to one another for advice. The government has mostly remained silent.

  91. 11 of Our Best Weekend Reads U.S., August 16

    A look at the waves of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, the fate of bohemian consumerism and the doctor behind The New York Times Magazine’s “Diagnosis” column.

  92. Christina, a Dutch Princess Who Married a Commoner, Dies at 72 World, August 16

    She was the youngest daughter of Queen Juliana and a sister of Queen Beatrix; in her late 20s, she married a preschool teacher who worked in Harlem.

  93. Salvini’s Standoff at Sea Highlights Italy’s War on Rescue Ships World, August 16

    The interior minister, who may bring down the government and force new elections, finds another opportunity to score political points over migration.

  94. Britain’s Baby Bust: England, Wales See All-Time Low Birthrates World, August 16

    Falling fertility rates and older first-time mothers have resulted in the lowest birthrates since record keeping began 80 years ago.

  95. Star Architect Must Pay Venice Over Bridge Too Fragile for Tourists Arts, August 16

    An Italian court fined Santiago Calatrava 78,000 euros, saying the damage done to the glass-and-steel structure by rolling luggage was predictable.

  96. Germany Has Powered Europe’s Economy. What Happens When Its Engine Stalls? Business, August 16

    The economic woes afflicting the region’s biggest economy will drag down the region, despite growth in countries like Greece, Portugal and Spain, analysts say.

  97. The Cost-Effectiveness of Medicare for All Opinion, August 16

    A health consultant says the free market has failed to rein in medical costs. Also: Republicans who oppose President Trump; madhouse at the Louvre.

  98. Catedrales con toboganes y minigolf en Español, August 16

    En busca de más fieles y una mayor asistencia veraniega, varias iglesias británicas han hecho instalaciones alternativas en sus naves.

  99. Bad News for Germany’s Economy Might Be Good News for the Far Right World, August 16

    At a moment when populism is riding high in different corners of Europe, a slowdown in the Continent’s richest democracy could add fuel to the fire.

  100. To Understand Hong Kong, Don’t Think About Tiananmen Opinion, August 16

    Memories of the 1989 crackdown in Beijing loom large. That’s understandable, but misleading.

  101. It Takes One to Know One: A German TV Star Takes On Bullies World, August 16

    Carsten Stahl was once a feared gang leader in Berlin. Now, as a television action hero, he is using his fame and the power of his personal story to combat bullying.

  102. ‘Greenland Is Not for Sale’: Trump’s Talk of a Purchase Draws Derision World, August 16

    Residents of the semiautonomous Danish territory were apoplectic, and Denmark gave a chilly reception to the president’s idea.

  103. ‘Greenland Is Not for Sale’: Trump’s Talk of a Purchase Draws Derision World, August 16

    Residents of the semiautonomous Danish territory were apoplectic, and Denmark gave a chilly reception to the president’s idea.

  104. Él le regaló una bicicleta a una niña refugiada; 24 años después, ella pudo darle las gracias en Español, August 16

    Mevan Babakar era una refugiada de 5 años en los Países Bajos cuando recibió un regalo que cambió su vida. Las redes sociales le ayudaron a encontrar al hombre que se lo dio.

  105. London Stock Exchange Delays Opening After Technical Problem Business, August 16

    The start of morning trading was pushed back one hour and 40 minutes as the stock exchange tried to determine the cause.

  106. Girl’s Quest to Sing With Berlin’s Boys’ Choir Is Dashed World, August 16

    The 9-year-old’s lawsuit had said that rejecting girls denied them access to a high-quality educational opportunity. The choir said the problem was her voice, not her gender.

  107. One Last Run for the ‘Irish Forrest Gump’ New York, August 15

    After years of long-distance running and a tenacious battle with alcohol, a New York pub owner heeds a last call: a final 100-mile run through Ireland.

  108. Los mercados globales provocan temores de recesión en medio de una guerra comercial en Español, August 15

    Hay desaceleración en China, una contracción en la economía de Alemania y el mercado de valores estadounidense ha tenido fuertes caídas.

  109. ‘Olivia’ Explores Love and Tragedy in a French Finishing School Movies, August 15

    Jacqueline Audry’s film unfolds in an almost exclusively female world, as suffocating as it is liberating.

  110. The Forgotten Story of Operation Anvil Opinion, August 15

    In August 1944, the United States executed a gigantic assault on southern France. Why does no one remember it?

  111. U.K. Lawmaker Rejects Jeremy Corbyn’s Call to Lead Caretaker Government World, August 15

    Mr. Corbyn made the proposal with the aim of stopping a no-deal Brexit, but the leader of the Liberal Democrat Party said he could not be Britain’s leader because he would not command a majority in the House of Commons.

  112. Novichok Sickened 2nd British Officer, Police Say World, August 15

    The police officer, who was not identified, was exposed to the Soviet-developed nerve agent that was used to attack a former Russian spy last year.

  113. Britain’s ‘Knifefree’ Fried Chicken Leaves a Bad Taste for Some World, August 15

    Some British fried chicken outlets will offer boxes with warnings about knife crime, a hot-button political issue. Critics called the campaign wasteful and offensive.

  114. Alla Salute! Italy’s Aperitivo Is Back Opinion, August 15

    A new generation has rediscovered the social charms of imbibing an aperitif before dinner, turning Italy this summer into one vast bar.

  115. Gibraltar Releases Iranian Tanker, Hours After U.S. Asked to Seize It World, August 15

    The government in the British territory said Thursday morning that the United States had applied to seize the Iranian vessel. By the afternoon, it had been released.

  116. For ISIS Children, Returning Home to Europe Meets Resistance World, August 15

    The children with the best chance of repatriation have been orphans. Even in countries officially committed to the task, it’s slow going.

  117. Where the Resistance Helped Plan the Liberation of Paris Travel, August 15

    A renovated and relocated museum dedicated to honoring those who helped liberate Paris during World War II opens later this month.

  118. Russian Plane Crash-Lands in Cornfield, and Reports Say All Survived World, August 15

    The plane, a Ural Airlines flight carrying over 200 people, flew into a flock of gulls shortly after taking off from Moscow, damaging both engines.

  119. Markets Are Shaken by New Signs of Global Economic Trouble Business, August 14

    Shares on Wall Street fell sharply after reports showed a slowdown in China and a contraction in Germany, partly reflecting the U.S. trade war’s impact.

  120. Denmark Considers More Control With Swedish Border After Copenhagen Blast World, August 14

    Denmark is connected to Sweden via the Oresund bridge across a 10-mile strait and thousands of citizens from the two countries commute across the border daily by train and car.

  121. Piero Tosi, Who Outfitted Stars of Italian Films, Dies at 92 Movies, August 14

    A favorite of the director Luchino Visconti, he was nominated for five Oscars for costume design and received an honorary award in 2013.

  122. Overlooked No More: Laxmibai, India’s Warrior Queen Who Fought the British Obituaries, August 14

    When the British tried to take control of the northern Indian town of Jhansi, Queen Laxmibai trained and led her own army, and was killed in battle.

  123. Overlooked No More: Rani of Jhansi, India’s Warrior Queen Who Fought the British Obituaries, August 14

    When the British tried to take control of the northern Indian town of Jhansi, Queen Laxmibai trained and led her own army, and was killed in battle.

  124. Meeting a Russian Scientist? He Might Need to Report on You World, August 14

    Russia’s government is trying to put Soviet-style restrictions on scientists’ contact with foreign peers, requiring them to ask permission and report back on meetings.

  125. Iran Arrests British-Iranian Academic Amid Tanker Standoff With U.K. World, August 14

    An acclaimed British-Iranian academic was detained just as the two countries appeared to be settling their standoff over an Iranian tanker seized in Gibraltar.

  126. Emiliano Sala Suffered Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Fatal Plane Crash World, August 14

    Tests show he was exposed to “potentially fatal” levels of carbon monoxide before the crash. The pilot, whose body has not been found, may have suffered the same.

  127. He Gave a Bike to a Refugee Girl. 24 Years Later, She Got to Thank Him. World, August 14

    Mevan Babakar was a 5-year-old refugee in the Netherlands when she received a present that changed her life. Social media helped her find the man who gave it.

  128. Una pareja de pingüinos gays fascina a Berlín por la posibilidad de que nazca un polluelo en Español, August 14

    Skip y Ping, dos aves macho, adoptaron un huevo en el zoológico y en septiembre podrían ayudar a que salga del cascarón la primera cría de ese animal en la ciudad alemana desde 2002.

  129. Russia Suspected by Some in Giant Bulgaria Hack World, August 14

    Whoever was responsible, experts say, the episode raised serious concerns about the state of Bulgaria’s cybersecurity.

  130. Useless Dads and Placid Women: U.K. Bans 2 Ads Over Sexist Stereotypes World, August 14

    Television ads from Volkswagen and Mondelez were the first to fall foul of new rules that target potentially harmful gender stereotyping.

  131. Germany Nears Recession and Chinese Factories Slow in Trade War Fallout Business, August 14

    The German economy shrank in the second quarter and may be headed toward recession. Growth of Chinese factories was the slowest in 17 years.

  132. ASAP Rocky Found Guilty of Assault, but Will Serve No More Jail Time Arts, August 14

    The ruling — a victory of sorts for the rapper — comes in a case that has gripped the music world, as well as President Trump.

  133. ASAP Rocky Guilty of Assault in Sweden but Won’t Face Prison Time Arts, August 14

    The ruling — a victory of sorts for the rapper — comes in a case that has gripped the music world, as well as President Trump.

  134. A Bus Journey to a Time Before Abba Arts, August 14

    Swedish pop was dominated by roving bands in garish costumes until Abba changed everything. Benny Andersson now leads one of those groups.

  135. What if Parliament Voted Out Boris Johnson, but He Refused to Go? World, August 14

    Scholars say it has been more than a century since Britain’s constitution — a medley of laws and customs, many but not all of them written — has come under such strain.

  136. Gay Penguins, and Their Hope for a Baby, Have Enchanted Berlin World, August 14

    Two male penguins at Zoo Berlin have adopted an egg, delighting Germans and raising the prospect of the zoo’s first penguin chick in almost two decades.

  137. Malaysia Police: Family Confirms Body Is of Missing London Teenager World, August 13

    Nearly 350 people were involved in a massive search operation that included sniffer dogs, elite commando forces and thermal detectors.

  138. Russia Orders Evacuation of Village Near Site of Nuclear Accident World, August 13

    Residents were told to leave on Wednesday, suggesting a serious danger, but later reports said the evacuation had been called off.

  139. Russia Orders Evacuation of Village Near Site of Nuclear Explosion World, August 13

    Residents were told to leave on Wednesday, suggesting a serious danger, but later reports said the evacuation had been called off.

  140. La novia, el novio y su gran sesión fotográfica griega en Español, August 13

    Para muchas parejas asiáticas, la isla de Santorini se ha convertido en un destino de lujo para hacerse fotos antes de la boda.

  141. The U.S. and the Taliban Are Near a Deal. Here’s What It Could Look Like. World, August 13

    Details of how American troops would withdraw and how a cease-fire would be shaped are among the most crucial issues in the talks’ final stages.

  142. God Save the Cathedral? In England, Some Offer Mini Golf or Giant Slide World, August 13

    Visitors to some of Britain’s most venerable and imposing religious buildings this summer may find carnival attractions, a lunar landscape or a lifelike model of Earth.

  143. Iran Says Tanker Seized at Gibraltar Will Be Released Soon World, August 13

    British and Gibraltar officials declined to comment on the Iranian prediction that the Iranian tanker, held since July 4, would be let go.

  144. These Turkish Eggs Shine in Summer Food, August 13

    Menemen shares a lot of ingredients with North African shakshuka. But it is distinctly Turkish, and very delicious.

  145. Bachelorettes, Brawls and Body Cameras: A Night at the Theater in London Theater, August 13

    Some West End theaters are fitting staff members with recording devices to deal with alcohol-fueled bad behavior.

  146. Scenes From an Italian Summer Travel, August 13

    The Golfo Paradiso, a tiny stretch of coastline not far from the Cinque Terre, is ‘for us Italians.’ The 52 Places Traveler settles in.

  147. How to Travel With a Drone Travel, August 13

    In the pursuit of epic photos and videos, don’t risk fines or getting your drone confiscated.

  148. In Russia, Days of Fake News and Real Radiation After Deadly Explosion World, August 12

    Russians vented their anger online and to local officials about the absence of reliable information after the explosion of a small nuclear reactor at a military test site last week.

  149. German Police Look Into Killing of Rare Bird and Vigilantes’ Payback World, August 12

    Two men said a western capercaillie attacked them in the Black Forest. The men, who were drunk, killed the bird, and then a crowd set upon them.

  150. Want to See the Mona Lisa? Get in Line Arts, August 12

    Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting has been moved to a new room in the Louvre while its usual home is renovated. That’s causing some commotion for visitors.