The New York Times International Edition in Print for Friday, July 15, 2022

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    A kiln for making charcoal along a Congo River tributary. The charcoal is widely used for cooking.

    How Demand for Twigs Is Bringing Down a Rainforest

    In the Congo River Basin, people who collect bundles of wood to make charcoal are playing a surprisingly large role in the deforestation of a region that rivals the Amazon in importance.

     By Dionne Searcey and

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      Carrying durian fruit past rice barns on the way to the nearest market. All Baduy are taught to abide by the principle that the natural world is not to be harmed.
      CreditUlet Ifansasti for The New York Times

      Indonesia Dispatch

      Where Mantras Trump Medicine, Vaccines Are a ‘Violation’

      The Baduy, an Indigenous group in Indonesia, believe that vaccinations are impure, and unnecessary, and that their beliefs protect them. To skeptics, they note their Covid death toll: zero.

       By Muktita Suhartono and

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      CreditDoug Mills/The New York Times

      Guest Essay

      Joe Biden Has a Saudi Problem

      Biden’s visit to the kingdom is a personal defeat. But it does not have to be a defeat for the U.S.-Saudi relationship.



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