Some babies born with devastating birth defects from the mosquito-borne illness are 7 now, but Covid turned the world’s attention away.
The Pacific nation was one of the last places on the planet to see its first Covid-19 cases. Now the virus is spreading rapidly.
With a reputation for having more authors per capita than any other country, Iceland is a destination for readers. Olaf Olafsson, whose most recent book is “Touch,” leads a literary stroll through its capital.
Airbnb, Google Travel and a few other platforms have tweaked their search engines, and that means less slogging through pages and pages of results on everything from home rental options to flight routes.
Among other flaws, the public guidance during the coronavirus pandemic was “confusing and overwhelming,” the agency said.
Two Times reporters answered your travel questions to help you navigate this hectic vacation season.
The appeal process could take months, but a senior Russian diplomat said that talks with the United States about a possible prisoner exchange were underway.
The head of the World Health Organization has described the persistent crisis in Ethiopia’s Tigray region as “the worst disaster on Earth” and asked if the reason global leaders haven’t responded is due to “the color of the skin” of the people who live there
The stabbing of author Salman Rushdie has laid bare divisions in Lebanon’s Shiite Muslim community
After Covid disparities sent people across borders in search of vaccines, the European Union tried to create a level playing field. But it’s still far from complete.
A four-year chill in relations has thawed in recent months, and the two nations, once close regional allies, will now exchange ambassadors again.
Bulgarian authorities say customs have seized 106 kilograms (233 pounds) of heroin valued at 4.8 million euros ($4.9 million) found in a car entering from neighboring Turkey