Archaeologists find more than 20 sealed coffins looking much as the ancient Egyptians left them

The sarcophagi, stacked in two layers in a large tomb, still boasted their original carvings of faces and hands and colors of red, green, white and black that have not faded much over time.
Cable cars over La Paz connect the southern hillside with the city center. (AFP/Getty Images)
Cable cars over La Paz connect the southern hillside with the city center. (AFP/Getty Images)

Socialism doesn’t work? Bolivia’s growing middle class would beg to differ.

Thirteen years after socialist Evo Morales was elected president, Bolivians are healthier, wealthier, better educated, living longer and more equal than at any time in their nation’s history.

A Norwegian is happy to be on trial for employing undocumented migrants

Arne Viste wants Norway to reconsider its policy denying legal employment to migrants in limbo.

Trump stuns Harry Dunn’s parents, says woman in U.K. crash that killed their son is nearby and able to meet

President Trump wanted a “hug and make up” moment between Dunn’s parents and the driver of the car that fatally struck their son, according to a person with knowledge of the discussions.
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The former national security adviser's legacy at the White House is unpalatable to many.

Michael McKinley resigned last week after a bitter fallout with the secretary of state.

The project includes a $209,000 professional kitchen and a $223,000 family kitchen.

President Erdogan vowed to continue the Turkish offensive against Syrian Kurds, as President Trump sought to distance the United States from the conflict.

Any agreement would still need approval by E.U. leaders and the British Parliament

Many in the region are wondering whether the United States is not only an unreliable power but also a weak one, one analyst said.

Humanitarian agencies are preparing to receive as many as 50,000 people by January.

Deborah Pilgrim had been missing since Sunday, when she went for an early-morning hike.

The wealthy have devised elaborate security systems in Sao Paulo — but even that sometimes doesn't keep crime away.

Aid groups working in war-torn countries often have to flee just when help is most needed.

Washington now has very few options to sway the outcome of Turkey's offensive in Syria.

Kurds call Hevrin Khalaf’s death a war crime and blame Turkish-backed Islamist fighters.

The Chinese tech company said revenue has increased sharply this year.

Putin is applauded for handling the “lottery prize” that came with Trump’s withdrawal of U.S. troops.

Lawmakers disrupted a speech by Hong Kong’s leader, while Beijing said it rejects any foreign interference and accused Washington of harboring sinister intentions.

Photos showing the North Korean leader on horseback in the snow, atop an active volcano, could presage a major announcement.

Arab citizens are protesting lax law enforcement they say would never be tolerated in Jewish neighborhoods.

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The commander of the Syrian Kurdish-led forces says US President Donald Trump did not oppose a deal his group made with Russia and the Syrian government to protect against a Turkish offensive in northeastern Syria

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and EU counterparts converge on Brussels for a summit they hope will finally lay to rest the acrimony and frustration of a three-year divorce fight

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Cyprus police say they have rounded up 21 men believed to be migrants who crossed over from the breakaway north of the ethnically divided island nation

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