Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The Biden administration put 8,500 U.S. troops on heightened alert, and NATO said it was moving more military equipment into Eastern Europe.
Sadiq Khan, who lives in Pakistan, met his brother Sikka Khan, who lives in India, for the first time in 74 years on Jan. 10. (The Post)
India's partition in 1947 fractured families. Today, volunteer groups running YouTube channels have cropped up with a sole purpose: to reunite them.
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It is the third coup in West Africa since May.
At least six people have died, according to a Cameroon government official who spoke to the Associated Press, with the possibility of more.
The ancient Acropolis hill is covered with snow in Athens on Monday. (Michael Varaklas/AP)
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The Virginia governor invoked the biblical call to “love your neighbor” as school systems struggled with strong reactions to his order, but he also fanned the flames of partisan division in the face of court challenges and protests.
HBO’s “The Janes” is premiering at the Sundance Film Festival this week. (HBO)
A documentary exposes the clandestine network young women formed to help others get safe abortions before the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973.
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