Democracy Dies in Darkness
President Vladimir Putin’s announcement of a military mobilization of Russian reservists for his war in Ukraine has set off a frenzied dash for the country’s borders.
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Since April, DALL-E has triggered an explosion of images generated using artificial intelligence. But the technology is spreading faster than creators can shape norms around its use.
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Since Myanmar's military seized control in a coup, the losses suffered by rebels, activists and ordinary citizens have gone beyond the front-line casualties.
Monkeypox vaccines appear to be working in stemming the outbreak. But severe symptoms and inequality persist.
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One may assume this painting by Dirck Jacobsz is a self-portrait, showing the artist putting the finishing touches on a portrait of a woman, perhaps his wife. Jacobsz, though, tells another story.
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The United States and nearly two dozen partner nations said they would accelerate weapons production.
Increased U.S. engagement with Pacific island nations comes as China's influence in the region grows.
Han Lay first garnered worldwide attention last year when she used her time on the stage to speak out against Myanmar’s military rulers.