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Your Wednesday Briefing

Gaza’s humanitarian crisis.

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Palestinians Strike Across West Bank, Gaza and Israel

Hundreds of thousands stopped working for the day to protest their shared treatment by Israel. Many Palestinians described it as a rare showing of common cause.

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Publicly Supportive, Biden Is Said to Sharpen His Tone With Netanyahu in Private

Mr. Biden has spoken publicly about how he once sent Mr. Netanyahu a photograph with the inscription, “Bibi, I don’t agree with a damn thing you…

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Publicly Supportive, Biden Is Said to Sharpen His Tone With Netanyahu in Private

Mr. Biden has spoken publicly about how he once sent Mr. Netanyahu a photograph with the inscription, “Bibi, I don’t agree with a damn thing you…

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Gaza War Deepens a Long-Running Humanitarian Crisis

The Palestinian enclave was already in a dire state. The war with Israel has made it worse, damaging the health and sewage systems, closing schools and…

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Colombian Rebel Commander ‘Jesús Santrich’ Said to Be Killed in Venezuela

The guerrilla leader, once a supporter of Colombia’s historic peace deal, then a strong opponent, had become a symbol of the country’s rocky path to peace.

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Texas Governor Will Prohibit Local Mask Mandates

Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, issued an executive order on Tuesday that will prohibit cities and counties from enforcing mask mandates.

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In Show of Unity, Palestinians Strike Across West Bank, Gaza and Israel

Hundreds of thousands stopped working for the day to protest their shared treatment by Israel. Many Palestinians described it as a rare showing of common cause.

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Gaza War Deepens a Long-Running Humanitarian Crisis

The Palestinian enclave was already in a dire state. The war with Israel has made it worse, damaging the health and sewage systems, closing schools and…

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Senate Weighs Investing $120 Billion in Science to Counter China

The legislation has drawn bipartisan support amid the coronavirus pandemic as Democrats and Republicans have become increasingly concerned about Beijing’s supply chain dominance.

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Europe Calls for Immediate Cease-Fire in Israel-Palestinian Fighting

European Union foreign ministers, save Hungary’s, want the fighting to stop now and decry “unacceptable” civilian casualties in Gaza.

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Your Wednesday Briefing

A humanitarian crisis grows in Gaza.

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Iran’s Oil Exports Rise as U.S. Looks to Rejoin Nuclear Accord

The effectiveness of U.S. sanctions is being called into question as Iran and its oil buyers test whether penalties are worth the risk amid diplomatic negotiations.

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Europe Calls for Immediate Cease-Fire in Israel-Palestinian Fighting

European Union foreign ministers, save Hungary’s, want the fighting to stop now and decry “unacceptable” civilian casualties in Gaza.

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Claims From an Organized Crime Boss Rock Turkey’s Government

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, already hampered by an economic crisis and a surge in coronavirus cases, is now battling allegations of corruption in his ranks.

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Tokyo Olympics: Japanese Poll Finds 83% Oppose Summer Games

The Tokyo Games were postponed a year because of the pandemic. But many Japanese people want to delay or cancel them.

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Why Are Colombians Protesting?

Demonstrations have filled the streets of major cities for three weeks — and more than 40 people have died, some in clashes with the police. Here’s…

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Why Are Colombians Protesting?

Demonstrations have filled the streets of major cities for three weeks — and more than 40 people have died, some in clashes with the police. Here’s…

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Spain Sends Troops to African Enclave After Migrant Crossings Jump

More than 6,000 people have crossed from Morocco to the Spanish enclave of Ceuta since Monday, creating a humanitarian emergency and deepening tensions between the two…

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Covid Live Updates: U.S. Help Is Falling Short in Global Vaccine Drive, Experts Say

Indians living in the U.S. are stranded by travel rules. Japan’s economy is struggling.

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India’s Doctors and Medical Workers Face Danger and Trauma

More than 1,000 doctors, and an untold number of medical personnel, have died after coronavirus infections. Many suffer an emotional toll as they make tough decisions…

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The New Arab Street: Online, Global and Growing on Social Media

As Israeli airstrikes pummel Gaza, the reaction from Arab capitals has been muted and protests scattered. But the voices on social media have been loud and…

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Third Time Lucky? The West End Reopens, Hoping It’s for Good.

London’s theater scene re-emerged with “The Mousetrap,” Agatha Christie’s long-running murder mystery, which has changed little from its debut in 1952, let alone from before the…

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Gaza Faces Humanitarian Catastrophe With Shortages of Water and Medicine

Crucial infrastructure has been destroyed or taken offline in the latest eruption of deadly violence, which shows no sign of abating.

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Darwin’s Arch, a Famed Rock Formation in the Galápagos, Collapses

Erosion caused the natural archway in the remote Pacific islands to fall into the sea, officials said.

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Airstrike Damages Gaza’s Only Covid-19 Testing Lab, Officials Say

Health officials temporarily suspended coronavirus screening. Experts have warned that the conflict with Israel could worsen the pandemic in the territory.

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Israel vs. Hamas

As the fighting continues in Israel and Gaza, we lay out both sides’ cases.

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Live Updates: Humanitarian Catastrophe Deepens in Gaza

President Biden joined international calls for a cease-fire, but the fighting is raging on. The two million residents of the coastal enclave face shortages of clean…

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Hundreds of thousands in Gaza face shortages of clean water and medicine.

Crucial infrastructure has been destroyed or taken offline in the latest eruption of deadly violence, which shows no sign of abating.

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For Hong Kong’s Domestic Workers During Covid, Discrimination Is Its Own Epidemic

The government has repeatedly singled out the city’s poor migrant workers as “high risk” for the coronavirus, though actual infection rates are low.

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Japan’s yo-yoing economy shrinks as the virus spreads and vaccinations lag.

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Japan Is Shaken After a Detainee, Wasting Away, Dies Alone in Her Cell

Critics of the country’s immigration system say the death reveals an opaque and capricious bureaucracy with nearly unchecked power over foreigners caught inside it.

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Capri — First Choice of the Jet Set — Gets First Dibs on Vaccines

Eager to jump-start the lagging tourist economy and compete with Greece and Spain, Italy allows residents of its island playgrounds to get first in line for…

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Nottingham’s Dilemma: Robin Hood or High Tech?

An unlamented mall in the heart of the English city is being demolished. But what should go in its place?

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Eight days, over 200 dead: Explore the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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The New Arab Street: Online, Global and Growing

As Israeli airstrikes pummel Gaza, the reaction from Arab capitals has been muted and protests scattered. But the voices on social media have been loud and…

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China’s Biggest ‘Bad Bank’ Tests Beijing’s Resolve on Financial Reform

Chinese regulators say they want to clean up the country’s financial system, but a state-owned conglomerate may ultimately get in the way.

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Biden Administration Clears 3 Guantánamo Detainees for Release

The men, none of whom were ever charged, would be sent to countries that agree to impose security conditions on them. But it is not clear…

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Japan’s Yo-Yoing Economy Shrinks Again as Virus Spreads and Vaccinations Lag

The country has experienced cycles of growth and contraction in domestic consumption as the pandemic has waxed and waned.

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Democrats, Growing More Skeptical of Israel, Pressure Biden

Among Democrats in Congress, attitudes toward Israel have grown more critical as the party base expresses concern about the human rights of Palestinians.

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Biden Supports Israel-Gaza Cease-Fire, as Fighting Rages Into Second Week

Mr. Biden’s language was carefully couched, reflecting continued reticence to criticize Israel despite rising international condemnation.

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Biden Dips Into U.S. Vaccine Supply to Send 20 Million Doses Abroad

President Biden’s pledge to ship out doses that could have been used domestically was a step toward a global campaign, but activists say much more is…

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Biden voices support for a cease-fire in a call with Israel’s Netanyahu.

The statement fell short of an immediate demand for an end to the weeklong violence.

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Your Tuesday Briefing

Diplomacy deadlock in Israel.

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Palestinian activists are calling for a general strike in Gaza, the West Bank and Israel.

The strike on Tuesday is meant to protest Israeli action and unite three groups of Palestinians who live under separate governments and, increasingly, have distinct lives.

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Israel and Hamas: What We Know About the Violence

As the fighting enters its second week, it is being defined by civilian casualties, undiminished rocket fire and airstrikes, and by historical tensions erupting into unrest.

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Censorship, Surveillance and Profits: A Hard Bargain for Apple in China

Apple built the world’s most valuable business on top of China. Now it has to answer to the Chinese government.

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N.J. Removes Remote School Option Next Year

Gov. Philip D. Murphy said vaccinations, declining case rates and protocols wouldn’t require a virtual option.

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They Live in the U.S., but They’re Not Allowed to Come Home

Thousands of immigrants who live in the United States on temporary visas and traveled to India in recent weeks have been stranded there under the Biden…

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Spain Turns to Corruption Rehab for Officials Who Can’t Stop Stealing

Con artists and swindlers have long captured headlines in Spain. Now the country has a novel solution: A rehabilitation program aiming to “reinsert” corrupt officials back…

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South Africa Vaccine Rollout Expands to People 60 and Older

The new push is the country’s latest effort to kick-start a troubled vaccination campaign.

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New York Will Adopt C.D.C. Guidelines on Masks for the Vaccinated

“No masks, no social distancing,” Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said of the policy that will go into effect on Wednesday.

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Spain Turns to Corruption Rehab for Officials Who Can’t Stop Stealing

Con artists and swindlers have long captured headlines in Spain. Now the country has a novel solution: A rehabilitation program aiming to “reinsert” corrupt officials back…

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U.S. to Donate 20 Million Doses for Global Vaccination Effort

The World Health Organization says that countries in which the virus is declining need to do more to help countries that are struggling.

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Lockdown Ends in England, for Now, at Least

Britons savor their first real taste of freedom in months, but the emergence of a new coronavirus variant threatens to reverse the progress.

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Israel is targeting Hamas naval forces. So what can Hamas do by sea?

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Israel is targeting Hamas naval forces. So what can Hamas do by sea?

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England takes a big step toward normality with indoor dining, museum openings and some travel.

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New York’s subway is back to 24-hour service.

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N.Y.C. schools face key decisions before fully reopening this fall.

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With Official Housing Scant, French People Open Their Homes to Migrants

A shelter system supported by private individuals highlights the French government’s difficulties managing a backlog of asylum cases.

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An Updated Covid Guide

For four different types of households.

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England takes a big step toward normality with indoor dining, museum openings and some travel.

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Violence in Israel Shakes Trump’s Boast of ‘New Middle East’

Trump officials said the Abraham Accords between Israel and four Arab states would transform the region, but new Israeli-Palestinian clashes lay bare the limits of that…

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Live Updates: Israeli Airstrikes Target Gaza as Conflict Rages On

Diplomatic efforts have stalled, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel saying it “will take some time” to “restore order and quiet.”

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Glimpses of a Deserted Soviet Mining Town, Preserved in the High Arctic

On the remote archipelago of Svalbard, a slowly decaying settlement offers visitors an intimate look at the not-so-distant past.

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In Taliban-Controlled Areas, Girls Are Fleeing for One Thing: an Education

Two districts in Afghanistan’s northwest offer a glimpse into life under the Taliban, who have completely cut off education for teenage girls.

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Tel Aviv, Israel’s Bustling Financial Hub, Shaken as Rockets Rain Down

The largely liberal, secular beachside city has a reputation for being a hedonistic bubble. But during the past week, Tel Aviv has been targeted by at…

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