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    A Green Wave? Mexico’s Marijuana Market May Be Middling

    Lawmakers in Mexico are on the verge of legalizing marijuana, but economists and industry analysts warn against expecting much monetary benefit.

    Playing the ‘Green Lottery’: Life Inside Colombia’s Emerald Mines

    For many of the men who hunt for the country’s prized gems, the mines are like casinos in the middle of the Andes: One stone could change it all.

    Game Day in Green Bay: Empty Sports Bars, Full Hospitals

    Uncontrolled spread of the coronavirus in northeast Wisconsin has done what little else could: subdue a city’s urge to cheer on its beloved Packers together.
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    In pictures: Fire and thunder fill the night sky as Israel’s Iron Dome is tested.

    The system that protects Israeli cities has had to intercept a barrage of rockets over the past week.

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    Media groups demand explanations after Israeli forces destroyed the high-rise that housed the offices of The Associated Press and other news outlets.

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    Marine Le Pen, the far-right leader and main challenger to President Emmanuel Macron in next year’s election, wants to persuade voters that she and...

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    Experts believe Brazil’s overloaded hospital system and uneven access to health care are among the reasons babies and small children are succumbing to the...

    An annual day of Palestinian grievance comes amid the upheaval.

    Nakba Day on Saturday denotes the 1948 displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians amid Israel’s declaration of independence.