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Your Thursday Briefing

New details from a deadly shooting.

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Senegal Hospital Fire Kills 11 Infants, President Says

President Macky Sall said the blaze broke out in a neonatal unit, but gave no further details.

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Gambia Says it Will Prosecute Former President for Murder

Victims of Yahya Jammeh, who ruled the West African country for 22 years, welcomed the announcement but said exactly how he will be brought to justice…

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After Mass Gun Killings, Other Nations Changed Course — to Notable Effect

Britain, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Norway: All had a culture of gun ownership, and all tightened restrictions anyway. Their violence statistics now diverge sharply from those…

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A doomed river crossing shows the perils of entrapment in the war’s east

Encirclement is a tactic used by both sides in the war between Russia and Ukraine, but it can carry big risks.

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Some universities and schools in the U.S. are reimposing indoor mask mandates.

The moves are a sign that while the academic year may be coming to a close, the pandemic is still not.

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Your Thursday Briefing: A Texas School Shooting

Plus Russia’s narrowed focus and diplomacy in Africa.

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E. Gerald Corrigan, Who Helped Ease ’87 Stock Crash, Dies at 80

As president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, he favored flooding the financial system with cash to restore confidence among investors.

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E. Gerald Corrigan, Who Helped Ease ’87 Stock Crash, Dies at 80

As president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, he favored flooding the financial system with cash to restore confidence among investors.

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Israel Tells U.S. It Killed Iranian Officer, Official Says

Israeli officials say the officer, Sayad Khodayee, was a leader of a covert unit tasked with abductions and killings of Israelis and other foreigners around the…

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How (and Why) We Calculated the Value of Haiti’s Payments to France

We wanted to know how much Haiti had paid over generations. So we set out to compile the data.

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In the U.S., Backlash to Civil Rights Era Made Guns a Political 3rd-Rail

Other countries changed course after massacres. But American political protection for guns is unique, and has become inseparable from conservative credentials.

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Johnson Says He’s Humbled by ‘Partygate’ Report but Will Go On

The long-awaited report on boozy parties that violated lockdown rules was once seen as potentially ruinous for Prime Minister Boris Johnson, but the situation has changed.

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The Downing Street lockdown parties ‘represent a serious failure,’ a report says.

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Dozens of Migrants Die After Boat Sinks Off Tunisian Coast

The vessel carried about 100 people and had left from a Libyan port city.

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Putin Visits the Wounded at a Military Hospital in Moscow

The Russian leader also announces new social welfare measures and military benefits in an apparent effort to show Russians he is aware times are tough.

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‘Not Again’: A Weary Europe Greets Monkeypox With a Touch of Fatalism

With war raging in Ukraine, and the coronavirus still circulating, many in Europe say they have bigger worries than monkeypox. Some organizations, however, have raised concerns…

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‘Quantum Internet’ Inches Closer With Advance in Data Teleportation

Scientists have improved their ability to send quantum information across distant computers — and have taken another step toward the network of the future.

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In a Former Mafia Stronghold, Art Remembers, and Warns

A public art campaign in Palermo, Sicily, is reminding residents of the city’s grim Mafia years, and is encouraging them to resist creeping organized crime influence.

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In a Former Mafia Stronghold, Art Remembers, and Warns

A public art campaign in Palermo, Sicily, is reminding residents of the city’s grim Mafia years, and is encouraging them to resist creeping organized crime influence.

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Putin Visits the Wounded at a Military Hospital in Moscow

The Russian leader tells a patient with a 9-month-old son: ‘He’ll be proud of his dad.’

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Putin Visits the Wounded at a Military Hospital in Moscow, a First Since the Ukraine Invasion.

The Russian leader tells a patients with a 9-month-old son: ‘He’ll be proud of his dad.’

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China Seeks Sweeping Regional Deal With Pacific Island Countries

Newly obtained documents shed light on how Beijing hopes to win friends and gain influence in an area of strategic importance.

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China Seeks Sweeping Regional Deal With Pacific Island Countries

Newly obtained documents shed light on how Beijing hopes to win friends and gain influence in an area of strategic importance.

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E.P.A. to Block Pebble Mine Project in Alaska

The E.P.A. said it would ban the disposal of mining waste in the Bristol Bay watershed, a decision that very likely means the end of the…

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Read the Full U.K. Lockdown Parties Report

Sue Gray’s inquiry into illicit lockdown parties in Downing Street was released on Wednesday.

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19 Murdered Children

Gun violence has killed more children and destroyed another community.

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Live Updates: Downing Street Gets U.K. Lockdown Report

Compiled by a senior civil servant, the conclusions are expected to be highly critical of the culture there and to increase pressure on Prime Minister Boris…

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Live Updates: Ukraine Warns of Another Mariupol in Donbas

Ukrainian officials said they expected devastation in Sievierodonetsk, where civilians have no electricity or running water. Diplomats from Finland and Sweden were set to meet with…

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After Biden Visit, China Conducts Military Drills Near Taiwan

Days after President Biden said he would use military force to defend Taiwan if China attacked it, China held combat drills in the seas and airspace…

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The Mango, India’s King of Fruits, Is a Victim of the Heat Wave

Blistering spring temperatures have devastated crops of the country’s most beloved fruit. “The soul of a farmer shudders at seeing these fruitless trees,” one grower said.

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Corporations Pledge to Buy ‘Green’ at Davos Gathering

A global buyers’ club of more than 50 companies, including Microsoft and Ford Motor, say they will buy “green” steel, aluminum and other commodities by 2030.

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Henry Kissinger Suggests Ukraine Give Up Territory to Russia

The former secretary of state argued that ceding land could bring an end to the war. Critics called the idea reckless and unrealistic.

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How (and Why) We Calculated the Value of Haiti’s Payments to France

We wanted to know how much Haiti had paid over generations. So we set out to compile the data.

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How (and Why) We Calculated the Value of Haiti’s Payments to France

We wanted to know how much Haiti had paid over generations. So we set out to compile the data.

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Your Wednesday Briefing

A deadly school shooting.

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U.S. Speeds Up Reshaping of Taiwan’s Defenses to Deter China

The Biden administration is taking lessons from the war in Ukraine to turn Taiwan into a “porcupine” bristling with weapons that would inflict severe pain if…

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Law Requiring French in Quebec Becomes Stricter

Quebec’s new law limits access to government services in languages other than French, requires small businesses to operate in it and caps enrollment at English-language junior…

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North Korea Launches Three Ballistic Missiles

The tests came as President Biden wrapped up a trip to the region with a promise to deter the North’s nuclear and missile threat.

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Glencore Will Pay $1.1 Billion to Settle Bribery and Price-Fixing Charges

U.S. prosecutors said the settlement followed “a multiyear scheme to manipulate benchmarks used to set prices for oil at two of our country’s busiest ports.”

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Your Wednesday Briefing: Calls to Free Up Ukraine’s Grain Exports

Plus Biden’s Taiwan comments cause a stir in Asia and Covid hits poor countries hardest.

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Russian Forces Pummel Key Eastern Ukraine Town

A New York Times reporting team visited the eastern Ukrainian town of Sievierodonetsk and found devastation in a town nearly surrounded by enemy forces.

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Ukraine Charges 8 Russian Fighters in Killings of Village Mayor and Family

The bodies of the mayor, her husband and her son were found after Russian forces retreated in early April.

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U.S. will start blocking Russia’s bond payments to American investors.

The Biden administration’s escalation of sanctions could lead to Russia’s first default on foreign debt in a century.

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Eager London Riders Get Up Early for Elizabeth Line’s Debut

The sleek new tube line officially opened Tuesday, drawing train enthusiasts and awing normally stoic London commuters.

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‘Please God let him live’: Times reporters witness desperation as Russia closes in.

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Omicron Subvariant BA.2.12.1 Becomes Dominant in U.S. Virus Cases

The development comes as the United States recently began averaging more than 100,000 new confirmed cases per day again, according to a New York Times database,…

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In This Small Thai Village, American History Runs Deep

In 1944, a U.S. military plane crashed in a spot the locals named “Deadman’s Torso Flat.” A team has found remains that it hopes are those…

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U.S. Birthrate Ticks Up 1 Percent, Halting a Steady Decline

Data from the federal government showed last year’s increase was the first since 2014, and followed a sharp drop in 2020, the first full year of…

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Russia Is Accused of Using Food as ‘Blackmail’ in Ukraine War

The West is reluctant to risk a direct military confrontation with Russia, and the world’s food distribution network is already creaky because of pandemic-related supply disruptions.

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Biden’s Words on Taiwan Leave Allies in an Awkward Spot

Ahead of a summit with Australia, India and Japan, an off-the-cuff vow to defend the island militarily against China complicates diplomacy, particularly for Australia.

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Biden’s Tough Words

Gaffe or not, President Biden’s latest remark on Taiwan is consistent with his administration’s new policy.

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Ukraine Live Updates: E.U. Appears Closer to Imposing Russia Oil Embargo

President Zelensky told the Davos gathering that sanctions on Russia should be pushed to the maximum, as Germany’s energy minister indicated that a deadlock over an…

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Russia and China Held Military Exercise in East Asia as Biden Visited

The coordinated bomber flights were the first such activity the two nations had done together since President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia ordered the invasion of…

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As U.K. Offers Homes to Ukrainians, Process Lags Behind Good Will

A plan that allows Britons to sponsor people fleeing the Russian invasion has been plagued by visa delays and safeguarding concerns.

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In Covid Zero, Young Chinese Embrace ‘Run Philosophy’

Many believe that they’re the most unlucky generation since 1980s as Beijing’s persistent pursuit of the zero Covid policy wreaks havoc.

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How Ukraine’s Greatest Novelist Is Fighting for His Country

Andrey Kurkov has spent his life writing about realities so absurd they defy satire. It was perfect preparation for this moment.

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Your Tuesday Briefing

President Biden in Asia.

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Biden Veers Off Script on Taiwan. Enter the Cleanup Brigade.

Offhand remarks that vary from the official talking points have become a feature of the Biden presidency, even as they leave his staff scrambling to spin…

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Zelensky Urges Even Harder Line on Russia as Allies Work to Remain United

A midlevel Russian diplomat broke ranks and resigned with a scathing statement on the war, and President Volodymyr Zelensky called on world leaders to turn up…

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As Monkeypox Cases Rise, Nations Are Urged to Examine Vaccine Stores

The United States has stockpiled millions of doses of two smallpox vaccines, also effective against monkeypox. But the outbreaks so far are clustered in other countries.

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Minister in France’s New Government Is Accused of Rape by 2 Women

The women’s allegations against France’s new minister for solidarity and disabled people come amid a growing reckoning over sexist and sexually violent behavior by political figures.

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Your Tuesday Briefing: Biden’s Pledge to Taiwan

Plus a Russian diplomat resigns in protest and a Times inquiry into Trump-era ethics practices.

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Zelensky Says Russian Forces Killed 87 People in an Attack

The attack took place last week in the Chernihiv region north of the capital, Kyiv.

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Former British Lawmaker Sentenced to 18 Months for Sexual Assault

A 15-year-old boy had reported the assault in 2008 but decided not to pursue the case until he saw that Imran Ahmad Khan had been elected…

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Boris Bondarev, a Russian Diplomat, Speaks Out on the War

Boris Bondarev, a Russian official who resigned over the war in Ukraine, said his colleagues were focused more on pleasing their superiors than on delivering accurate…

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American Heavy Artillery Enters the Fight in Ukraine

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‘They basically got everything wrong’: A Russian diplomat speaks out on the war.

Boris Bondarev, a Russian official who resigned over the war in Ukraine, said his colleagues were focused more on pleasing their superiors than on delivering accurate…

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