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Live Updates: Novak Djokovic Loses His Bid to Stay in Australia

The unvaccinated tennis star said he was “extremely disappointed” but would respect the court’s ruling. Judges said the immigration minister was within his rights to cancel…

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How the ‘Djokovic Affair’ Finally Came to an End

Novak Djokovic lost to a government with powerful laws, determined to make an example out of him.

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In the Trenches of Ukraine’s Forever War

Russian belligerence has drawn the world’s attention back to the eight-year-old secessionist rebellion in the Donbas region: a deadlocked, time-warped conflict with no end in sight.

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Russia Issues Subtle Threats More Far-Reaching Than a Ukraine Invasion

If the West fails to meet its security demands, Moscow could take measures like placing nuclear missiles close to the U.S. coastline, Russian officials have hinted.

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CVS, Walgreens Announce Weekend Closures as Omicron Cases Soar

Both chains said the vast majority of their stores will remain open.

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Towers Rise Over London’s Brick Lane, Clouding Its Future

Luxury developments and rising rents have ignited concerns about gentrification and displacement in a district that has long been a sanctuary for minority communities.

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Prince Andrew’s Downfall: What To Know

After a New York judge ruled that a civil suit against the prince could move forward, he was stripped of his military titles. What happens now?

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Americans Are Now Learning What People in East Asia Already Knew About Masks

In some parts of Asia, surgical masks became commonplace during SARS epidemic of 2002-2003.

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Marine Le Pen, Kicking Off Her Campaign, Tries to Embody Credibility

Ms. Le Pen has bet that sanitizing her far-right party’s image will finally bear fruit in the run-up to France’s presidential election in April.

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Pay Your Power Bill, Myanmar Soldiers Say, or Pay With Your Life

Facing a huge loss of revenue amid economic turmoil, the military has sent soldiers to act as debt collectors.

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A Tsunami Hits Tonga’s Capital After an Underwater Volcano Eruption

A four-foot tsunami wave was reported to have hit Tonga’s capital, Nuku’alofa, on Saturday, sending people rushing to higher ground.

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A Tsunami Hits Tonga’s Capital After an Underwater Volcano Eruption

A four-foot tsunami wave was reported to have hit Tonga’s capital, Nuku’alofa, on Saturday, sending people rushing to higher ground.

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Ontario Town Still Searching for Answers in Gas Leak Explosion

Hundreds of people in Wheatley, Ontario, are still out of their homes four months after a gas leak blew up three buildings in the town’s center.

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Ontario Town Still Searching for Answers in Gas Leak Explosion

Hundreds of people in Wheatley, Ontario, are still out of their homes four months after a gas leak blew up three buildings in the town’s center.

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32 Years After Civil War, Mundane Moments Trigger Awful Memories

Cards. Candles. Sunsets. For this New York Times correspondent and other children of Beirut in the 1980s, traumatic reminders of the war are still there in…

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Towers Rise Over London’s Brick Lane, Clouding Its Future

Luxury developments and rising rents have ignited concerns about gentrification and displacement in a district that has long been a sanctuary for minority communities.

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Cambodia’s Internet May Soon Be Like China’s: State-Controlled

Under a new decree, all web traffic will be routed through a government portal. Rights groups say a crackdown on digital expression is about to get…

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Ransomware Group REvil Dismantled in Raids, Russia Says

Moscow said the ransomware group REvil “ceased to exist” after raids and arrests. It is not clear if the operation will ease tensions with Washington.

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Amtrak Reduces Train Service Amid Covid Surge Within Its Ranks

About 8 percent of departures to be suspended for the next 10 weeks.

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Pause in Zimbabwe Trial of Freelance Reporter for The Times

The trial of Jeffrey Moyo, accused of having fabricated accreditation cards for two New York Times journalists, will resume next month.

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The Kunga Was a Status Symbol Long Before the Thoroughbred

A new study finds the first known instance of a human-engineered hybrid, bred from a donkey and a Syrian wild ass 4,500 years ago.

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For Coronavirus Testing, the Nose May Not Always Be Best

As Omicron spreads, some experts are calling for a switch to saliva-based tests, which may detect infections days earlier than nasal swabs do.

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Obamacare Deadline Is Saturday, and Subsidies Boost Sign-ups

The subsidies, established by Congress last year, make insurance less expensive for nearly everyone who buys it this year.

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Boris Johnson apologizes to the queen for 2 pandemic parties at Downing Street.

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For Coronavirus Testing, the Nose May Not Always Be Best

As Omicron spreads, some experts are calling for a switch to saliva-based tests, which may detect infections days earlier than nasal swabs do.

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The Omicron Shift in Europe: Pandemic or Endemic?

A number of governments have changed their approaches to the coronavirus, to one that is more like how we treat the flu. Public health experts say…

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Mass Trials in Cuba Deepen Its Harshest Crackdown in Decades

Following nationwide demonstrations last year, more than 60 people were put on trial this week, some facing up to 30 years behind bars.

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U.S. Charges Russia Sent Saboteurs Into Ukraine to Create Pretext for Invasion

The intelligence said the operatives were “trained in urban warfare and in using explosives,” and could try to stage an incident.

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Insurers say Saturday is too soon to meet the White House’s goals on rapid tests.

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Sweden’s prime minister tests positive for coronavirus.

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The Omicron Shift in Europe: Pandemic or Endemic?

A number of governments have changed their approaches to the coronavirus to one that is more like how we treat the flu. Public health experts say…

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Boris Johnson’s Office Apologizes to Queen for Parties

The prime minister’s office said it was “deeply regrettable” that two parties took place at Downing Street the night before Prince Philip’s funeral. Mr. Johnson was…

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Boris Johnson’s Office Apologizes to Queen for Parties

The prime minister’s office said it was “deeply regrettable” that two parties took place at Downing Street the night before Prince Philip’s funeral. Mr. Johnson was…

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Dutch Royals to Retire Golden Coach With Echoes of Colonialism

The horse-drawn coach, a gift from the city of Amsterdam to Queen Wilhelmina in 1898, has long been the target of critics.

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U.S. Considers Backing an Insurgency in Ukraine

Conversations about supporting Ukrainian insurgents in the event of a Russian invasion has revived the specter of a new Cold War.

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How the Wreck of the Costa Concordia Changed an Italian Island

Ten years ago the Costa Concordia ran aground off the Tuscan island of Giglio, killing 32 people and entwining the lives of others forever.

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Pink Covid Masks? No Thanks, Say Some Italian Police Officers

A spokesman for one union said the objection was not from “a prejudice against the color,” but reflected concerns about decorum.

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Philippines Puts Schools on ‘Health Break’ as Covid Cases Soar

Officials said the weeklong suspension of classes in Manila would let teachers and students recover from the virus, or care for others who had it.

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Novak Djokovic and Global Pandemic Morality

The move to deport Novak Djokovic is not just an exercise of Australian law. It represents an enforcement of collectivist values during an era of extended…

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Maskless and Inaccurate

The Supreme Court offers a window into partisan Covid fallacies.

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Fear of Russia Brings New Purpose and Unity to NATO, Once Again

After years of drift, Trumpian ridicule and failure in Afghanistan, Russian demands for a new Iron Curtain in Europe have created unity in the alliance, at…

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Bosnian Film Director Is Vilified in Serbia and ‘Disobedient’ at Home

Jasmila Zbanic, named Europe’s best director for “Quo Vadis, Aida?”, insists on blaming individuals, not ethnic groups, for atrocities done as Yugoslavia imploded, a stance that…

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Indian Bishop Is Acquitted on Charges of Raping a Nun

The bishop, Franco Mulakkal, had been accused of repeatedly assaulting the nun in the southern state of Kerala over a two-year period.

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Hackers Bring Down Government Sites in Ukraine

A cyberattack defaced the Foreign Ministry website with a message saying “Be afraid,” a day after the latest round of high-stakes talks intended to forestall a…

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A cyberattack defaced the Foreign Ministry website with a message saying “Be afraid,” a day after the latest round of high-stakes talks intended to forestall a…

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Live Updates: Novak Djokovic Has His Visa Revoked Again in Australia

The action came days after a judge overruled border officials and allowed the tennis star to stay.

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How Djokovic Spurred Debate on the Fairness of Border Policies

The past week has thrown Australia’s strict border control and detention system into the spotlight.

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Your Friday Briefing

An ominous outcome of talks with Russia.

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New Sanctions for Russian Gas Pipeline Fall Short in Senate

The measure pitted Ukraine’s president, who was pushing for the penalties, against the Biden administration, which successfully lobbied Democrats to oppose them.

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North Korea Threatens ‘Stronger’ Reaction as U.S. Seeks Sanctions Over Missile Tests

The country’s warning came as tensions have crept up over its six missile tests in recent months.

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North Korea Threatens ‘Stronger’ Reaction as U.S. Seeks Sanctions Over Missile Tests

The country’s warning came as tensions have crept up over its six missile tests in recent months.

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Rockets Possibly Fired by Pro-Iran Assailants Target U.S. Embassy in Iraq

Four rockets were fired at the fortified compound that houses the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, and suspicion fell on pro-Iran militias.

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First Trial for Syrian State Atrocities Yields Guilty Verdict in Germany

A German court found a former Syrian intelligence officer guilty of crimes against humanity and sentenced him to life in prison — a first after a…

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U.K. Monarchy and Government Plunge Into Simultaneous Crises

Historically, one of the institutions has stabilized the other in rocky moments. With troubling accusations against Prince Andrew and Boris Johnson, that’s not an option now.

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Your Friday Briefing: U.S. Vaccine Mandate Blocked

Supreme Court justices dealt a blow to Biden’s Covid strategy.

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How Conservatives Could Oust Prime Minister Boris Johnson

The future of Britain’s prime minister is in doubt after he admitted attending a party while the country was under Covid lockdown. Here’s a guide to…

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Britain’s Security Agency MI5 Warns Lawmakers of China’s Political Interference

An unusual alert by the agency named a Chinese lawyer who was “knowingly engaged in political interference activities” on behalf of Beijing in the U.K. Parliament.

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Teachers in France Stage Walkout Over Covid Rules in Schools

Tens of thousands of teachers, other school personnel and parents took to the streets on Thursday to protest shifting, confusing rules that say are now too…

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How Serbia Views Novak Djokovic

Many feel a personal connection and pride with the tennis star, even if they do not agree with his decisions to stay unvaccinated.

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NATO Won’t Let Ukraine Join Soon. Here’s Why.

Ukraine, with Russian troops on its borders, is pressing for membership. But President Biden and European leaders are not ready for that step.

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Why NATO Won’t Let Ukraine Join Anytime Soon

Ukraine, with Russian troops on its borders, is pressing for membership. But President Biden and European leaders are not ready for that step.

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Prince Andrew Gives Up Military Titles as Sexual Abuse Case Proceeds

Buckingham Palace said Andrew would not undertake any public duties and was defending his case as a private citizen.

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U.S. Refines Tool to Evaluate Havana Syndrome Cases

The tool, essentially a standardized battery of questions and medical tests, can help determine the kind of care needed by people affected by the “anomalous health…

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Russia and West at Impasse as Ukraine Urges Reversal of Troop Buildup

In a third round of diplomacy on Eastern European security this week, Kremlin officials sounded an increasingly pessimistic note, though they did not close the door…

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Teachers in France Plan Strike Over Covid Rules for Classrooms

Teachers unions also planned demonstrations nationwide that are expected to pose a serious challenge for the government of President Emmanuel Macron.

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Nigeria Lifts Twitter Ban

The social media site had been blocked after it deleted a post from President Muhammadu Buhari about secessionist groups that was widely seen as threatening.

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Covid Live Updates: Biden to Announce Military Help for Hospitals in 6 States

Officials said the teams would assist Michigan, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio and Rhode Island. The Australian Open will operate at significantly reduced spectator…

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Russian-Led Alliance Begins Withdrawing Troops From Kazakhstan

The force was deployed a week ago to stabilize the Central Asian country after political unrest that left dozens dead and thousands injured.

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