A monument of a soldier from World War I is photographed against a backdrop of fall foliage. The dull gray color of the statue stands in stark contrast to the gold, red, orange, and green trees. A bright blue sky peeks out from behind the trees.
A stone World War I memorial in Washington, D.C. is photographed among the colorful white, green, and red trees. The landmark features architecture that includes pillars and stone columns.
Moving a monument to the controversial 19th-century doctor, J. Marion Sims, from Central Park to a Brooklyn cemetery does not wipe out the racist past it immortalizes.
Ginia Bellafante. New York Times. Thu, 19 Apr 2018 15:01:47 GMT.
The leaders of strategically important but small countries like Papua New Guinea are using the competition between China and traditional partners like Australia to attract aid and investment.
Eric Tlozek. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Sat, 14 Apr 2018 08:16:42 +1000.