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Photos of the Day – Models Wait Backstage in Paris
In today's pictures, local women watch armed men believed to be Russian soldiers in Ukraine, firefighters work at scene of an explosion in New Jersey, Catholics light candles during Ash Wednesday in the Philippines, and much more. Photo: AP
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Soho China's $100 Million Scholarship Fund
Chinese real-estate magnates Zhang Xin and her husband Pan Shiyi established a $100 million scholarship fund to send underprivileged Chinese students to elite U.S. universities. Zhang Xin sits down with the WSJ to talk about the fund.
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Who Are the Stonehenge Druids?
The Stonehenge Druids celebrate the solstices and equinoxes every year. But what exactly does a Druid believe in? King Arthur Pendragon, the Druid King at Stonehenge, explains. Photo: Getty Images
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China's Factories Are Using Teenage Interns
Factories in China are relying on interns from vocational high schools, as workers demand to be paid more. The WSJ's Yun-Hee Kim speaks with Stanford University’s Scott Rozelle.
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Kurds Flee Syria as ISIS Advances on Strategic Town
Thousands of refugees streamed into Turkey from Syria on Sunday as Islamic State fighters continued their advance on a key city in Syria's Kurdish north. Photo: AP.
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Thousands Hit New York City Streets in Climate Change March
Tens of thousands of people marched in New York City Sunday to raise awareness and demand action on climate change ahead of Tuesday’s United Nations Climate Summit. Photo: AP
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Beijing’s Big Challenge: Electric Vehicles
China is hoping that its car market can go green. The WSJ’s Te-Ping Chen goes for a drive in an electric car in Beijing and finds out just how difficult it is to recharge.
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Uterine Fibroid Procedure Risks Spreading Cancer
A device called a laparoscopic power morcellator, which many doctors have used to remove uterine fibroids, has sparked furious debate in the medical community. Why? WSJ’s Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
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Wealthy Chinese Make Big Donations to U.S. Colleges
Chinese students make up 25% of foreign students at U.S colleges, and wealthy Chinese are looking to donate to top universities. The WSJ's Wei Gu speaks with BE Education founder William Vanbergen.
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Afghan Presidential Rivals Sign Power-Sharing Deal
Afghanistan's presidential rivals agreed to a power-sharing deal Sunday. Ashraf Ghani is next president and Abdullah Abdullah assumes the new role of chief executive. Photo: AP