A prevalent and ancient custom on the Indonesian island calls for infants’ feet to be kept off the ground for the first 105 days after birth.
The government’s “Food Truck Pilot Scheme” has brought great dining to the streets (or close to them). But the rules are plentiful, and the customers not so much.
Iranian fans cheered the American wrestlers during matches against competitors from Azerbaijan, Russia and Georgia.
Mr. Abdel Rahman was convicted of a 1993 plot to destroy New York landmarks, kill hundreds of people and force the United States to abandon its support for Israel and Egypt.
In a remote city’s desperation, where at least 76 people died after drinking a tainted vodka substitute, Russia’s decline writ large.
Their struggle to find a replacement candidate for Park Geun-hye, who still commands an almost cultlike following, has given progressives an opening.
Several hundred thousand people are enduring desperate conditions and facing retribution by Islamic State fighters in the western part of the city.
The move is part of an effort to implement United Nations Security Council sanctions aimed at stopping North Korea’s nuclear weapons and ballistic-missile program.
As of Friday, health officials confirmed eight deaths and 77 diagnosed cases just in February, according to Xinhua, the state news agency.
Mark Hartman, a photographer and director from Brooklyn, recently spent three weeks in Japan, chasing a lifelong fascination with the country’s culture.