New York Times
Streets Bustling After Sierra Leone Shutdown Ends
Officials said more than 1 million households were checked for Ebola patients and given information on the deadly disease during an unprecedented nationwide shutdown.
Rabbis Find Talk of Israel and Gaza a Sure Way to Draw Congregants’ Wrath
Israel’s occupation of Arab lands and its standoff with the Palestinians have become so divisive that many rabbis say it is impossible to have a civil conversation about Israel in their synagogues.
Despite Airstrikes, ISIS Appears to Hold Its Ground in Iraq
After six weeks of Western air support, Iraqi forces have scarcely budged Islamic State fighters from their hold on more than a quarter of the country.