During her decades-long reign at Moscow’s main fine arts museum, she provided a window that allowed Soviet people to see the outside world. She died of complications of the coronavirus.
A parliamentary committee found about 50 billion pounds worth of cash in circulation is not being spent, and blasted the bank for a lack of “curiosity” about where it is.
A group of young men chanting “Christ is king!” drove five hours to dismantle the third shiny metal structure to mysteriously appear in the last few weeks, leaving a wooden cross in its place.
A music producer believes he’d be in jail unjustly if not for a video showing how the police beat him. Instead, he is now in the eye of a political storm in France.
With the vaccine rollout and a potential Brexit deal looming, his government has a chance to wash away its reputation for chaos and mismanagement.
When he was 19, Mr. Carney and his brother Dan borrowed $600 from their mother to start their business in Wichita, Kan. Before long it became the world’s largest pizza chain.
In a two-day meeting sponsored by the N.I.H., officials acknowledged an insufficient understanding of the issues and warned of a growing public health problem.
A village on the frontline of the war between Azerbaijan and Armenia welcomes peace — after more than two decades.