Venezuela’s ‘doctor of the poor’ beatified in small ceremony

A man revered by millions of Venezuelans as the “doctor of the poor” is one...
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Ex-British police officer convicted for being member of banned neo-Nazi group is jailed

A former British police officer convicted earlier this month of belonging to a banned neo-Nazi...
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Here Are the 12 New Books You Should Read in May

These novels, essay collections and more ask questions about place, purpose and paths—particularly ones not...
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100 Days, the Global Pandemic Edition

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‘Some Seeds Are Being Planted.’ How Yasuke Paves a New Path for Black Creators in Anime

Director LeSean Thomas and artist Flying Lotus speak to TIME about creating a new animated...
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The True Story of Yasuke, the Legendary Black Samurai Behind Netflix’s New Anime Series

A new Netflix series tells a story based on Yasuke, widely regarded as the first-ever...
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Russian minister: US-Russia ties worse than during Cold War

Russia's top diplomat says his country's relations with the United States are even worse now...
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Despite 3-week lockdown, many remain on the move in Turkey

Turkish security forces are patrolling main streets and staffing checkpoints at city entrances and exists...
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Pope enables Vatican prosecutions of cardinals, bishops

Pope Francis has sent another message to Vatican-based cardinals about his intent to hold them...
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‘One Slip of the Tongue Could Ruin Things.’ Bipartisan Talks on Police Reform Advance—Delicately

A small bipartisan group of lawmakers in Washington are making an urgent push to get...
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