The New York Times International Edition in Print for Friday, Oct. 8, 2021

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    Members of the Taliban 313 Badri Unit, with American weapons, patrol a former C.I.A. base in Kabul last month. 
    CreditVictor J. Blue for The New York Times

    For Sale Now: U.S.-Supplied Weapons in Afghan Gun Shops

    The Taliban seized troves of American weapons and vehicles from surrendering Afghan soldiers. Now, gun dealers are doing a brisk business.

    By Ruhullah Khapalwak and

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    Prosecco vineyards in the hillsides and within the town of Valdobbiadene, Italy.
    CreditNadia Shira Cohen for The New York Times

    Italy Dispatch

    A Battle of the Bubbles: War Comes to the Prosecco Hills

    A Croatian wine, Prosek, seeks an official designation, and Prosecco makers are up in arms. But they also can’t agree on what, exactly, should be called Prosecco.


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      Visitors listening to the audio portion of the Mirror Field memorial at the Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Site in Ukraine on Sunday.
      CreditBrendan Hoffman for The New York Times

      A Tech-Savvy Holocaust Memorial in Ukraine Draws Critics and Crowds

      Traditionalists chafe at the contemporary-art approach to Holocaust commemoration being employed at Babyn Yar, a site of mass shootings in World War II. But it has brought visitors for an anniversary.

      By Maria Varenikova and


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