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Beijing residents gather Monday for a vigil and to protest China’s “zero covid” policy. (Reuters)
Demonstrations were sparked by accusations that pandemic restrictions had hampered rescuers trying to reach a deadly fire in Xinjiang.
(Marlena Sloss for The Post)
The University of California at Berkeley’s demographics, and its efforts to shape them, illuminate the stakes as the Supreme Court weighs a potential ban nationwide on affirmative action in admissions.
A solar-powered stove sits on the Outback Way near the Queensland-Northern Territory border.
A Post photojournalist looks back on his two weeks traversing Australia’s often grueling, constantly surprising Outback Way.
(Tom Brenner/AP)
Electricity was cut off to almost 90,000 homes and businesses in Montgomery County, Md., authorities said.
The legendary musician says he used an autopen to sign special-edition copies of his new book.
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Piazza San Marco floods some 100 days per year. (Carolyn Van Houten/The Post)
A landmark climate change solution has reduced fears of the city turning into a modern-day Atlantis, but the barrier system could become stressed with even a 30-centimeter sea-level rise.