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  1. PhotoSaad Eddine el-Othmani, the general secretary of the Justice and Development Party, center, on Wednesday in Rabat, the Moroccan capital.
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    Islamists See Big Losses in Moroccan Parliamentary Elections

    The moderate Justice and Development Party may have lost control of Parliament, according to early results, in the latest defeat for Islamists in the region.

    By Aida Alami and

    1. PhotoPolice officers on Wednesday outside the Paris courthouse that is holding the trial.
      CreditGonzalo Fuentes/Reuters

      Trial Begins Over November 2015 Paris Terrorist Attacks

      The assaults carried out by Islamic State extremists that killed 130 people deeply rattled France and sent shock waves across Europe. The proceedings are scheduled to last at least nine months.


  1. PhotoTaliban officials arriving at a news conference in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Tuesday.
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    As Taliban Crush Dissent, New Leaders Face Cascading Challenges

    The Taliban continued to brutally crack down on demonstrations against their rule. The new government faces an unfolding humanitarian crisis and flaring tensions on the Afghan-Pakistan border.

    By Matthieu AikinsSalman Masood and

  2. PhotoPolice officers outside the Bulgari jewelry store on Tuesday at Place Vendome in Paris.
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    Armed Thieves Steal Jewels From Bulgari Store in Paris

    A suspect is in custody after seven robbers made off with jewelry with an estimated value of millions from the luxury jewelry store in central Paris.

    By Isabella Kwai and

  3. PhotoThe HMS Majestic, a 421-foot battleship commissioned at Portsmouth, England, in 1895, is the first wreck that will be accessible to tourists. A German U-21 submarine torpedoed and sank<em> </em>the Majestic on May 27, 1915, with a loss of 49 sailors.
    CreditAli Keskin

    In Turkey, a Watery Grave Becomes a Park

    Off the Gallipoli Peninsula, the remains of some two dozen British, French and Australian ships — World War I relics — are memorialized in an undersea park formed during the pandemic.


  4. PhotoYevgeny Zinichev, Russia’s minister of emergency situations, aboard a helicopter in the Chelyabinsk Region in August.
    CreditAlexey Nikolsky/Sputnik, via Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

    Senior Russian Minister Dies During Drill

    The government said Yevgeny Zinichev, a longtime Putin aide responsible for emergency situations, dived off a cliff to save a film director who fell into the water.


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  1. PhotoA juice vendor in downtown Kabul, Afghanistan, shortly before the city fell to the Taliban.
    CreditMujib Mashal/The New York Times

    A Journey Through Kabul on the Day of the Fall

    A Times correspondent who grew up in the Afghan capital returned before the Taliban’s victory, taking in the end of one era and the fearful start of another.