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Riyadh Journal: Cinema Ban Lifts as ‘Black Panther’ Is Screened for Saudi Audience

A V.I.P. screening of the Hollywood blockbuster “Black Panther” in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, marked the end of a decades-old ban on movie theaters. NYT > Middle East

Hérouxville Journal: Don’t Burn Women: Warning to Immigrants Looms Over a Quebec Village

More than a decade after Hérouxville introduced a code of conduct for immigrants, the same questions about identity and assimilation linger. NYT > Americas

Samarkand Journal: Where is Googoosha, the Missing Uzbek First Daughter?

Uzbekistan adores its late dictator, Islam Karimov, but is trying hard to forget his daughter, Gulnara, who was once the country’s most famous person. NYT > Asia Pacific

Westport Journal: Success of Irish Trail Shows That Maybe You Can Eat the Scenery

The Great Western Greenway, a cycling and walking trail on a disused railway, has helped bring jobs and recreation — whatever the weather. NYT > Europe

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