The transition was announced in a letter to agency employees, but details were scant.
Australians, normally among the most optimistic people on the planet, have grown increasingly dissatisfied with their lives and concerned about their future.
The news organization found that evidence suggested an agent for the domestic intelligence agency had a history of right-wing extremism and was abusive toward women, but it wasn’t allowed to fully identify him.
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Thousands of pages of original documents, and hundreds of books and articles. Here are the historians and researchers on which the Haiti project drew.
The war has evolved into something of a stalemate that has seriously depleted Russia’s conventional war capabilities, even as it has made some gains.
Syrian official media say Israel has carried out a new attack near the capital Friday night
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Mr. Netanyahu, Israel’s longest-serving prime minister, lost office last summer. Now the coalition that replaced him is crumbling — potentially leading to new elections that could return him to power.
In 1791, enslaved Haitians ousted the French and founded a nation. But France made generations of Haitians pay for their freedom. How much it cost them was a mystery, until now.
It helped finance the Eiffel Tower as it drained millions from Haiti. The bank, C.I.C., won’t talk about it, but The Times tracked how much its investors made — and what Haiti lost.
The long occupation of Haiti began with a drumbeat from the bank that became Citigroup, decades of diplomatic correspondence and other records show.
A firebrand Haitian president tried to hold France to account for its years of exploitation. He soon found himself ousted from power.