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Six People Dead, Apparently by Poisoning, in Thailand, Police Say

The dead did not show outward signs of injury. Mass violence is unusual in the capital, Bangkok.

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Pushing Quick End to Ukraine War, Orban Plays Trump’s Messenger to E.U.

Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary has been on a self-appointed diplomatic mission that aligns with Donald J. Trump’s preferences in the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

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A Poet Goes to War

“Revolution is the job of poets and artists,” says Ko Maung Saungkha, leader of a rebel militia fighting the Myanmar dictatorship. He is not the only...

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I.M.F. Sees Signs of Cooling in U.S. Economy

The International Monetary Fund warned that inflation remained stubbornly high and that protectionism posed a risk to the global economic outlook.

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Vaughan Gething, First Minister of Wales, Resigns

Vaughan Gething became the first minister of the Welsh Parliament in March. But a growing controversy over campaign financing precipitated his decision to step down.

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Middle East Crisis: Surge in West Bank Violence Raises Further Concerns Among Israel’s Allies

The European Union and the United States have recently imposed new sanctions on settlers and groups that they say have incited violence against Palestinians.

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J.D. Vance’s Chance

Why Donald Trump tapped Vance to be his successor.

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Gareth Southgate Resigns as England Coach

Despite losing the final of Euro 2024 to Spain, Southgate’s eight years in charge have lifted the men’s side back into the top tier of international...

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Heavy Downpours and Flooding Kill Dozens Across South Asia

Climate change has created more intense monsoon seasons in the region, displacing millions and gutting buildings, bridges and villages.

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Masoud Pezeshkian Promises Change in Iran. Can He Deliver?

Masoud Pezeshkian, a widowed doctor, portrays himself as a reformer who can bring social and economic shifts. But others have tried and failed before him, and...

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North Korean Diplomat Defects to the South, Talks of Execution

Ri Il-kyu, who fled to South Korea late last year, alleged that two North Korean officials who had been assigned to negotiate with the Trump administration...

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What Trump 2.0 Could Mean for the Environment

If Donald Trump returns to the White House, he would likely face fewer legal and bureaucratic obstacles to dramatically remake the E.P.A.

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NASA Sends a Missy Elliott Song to Space

NASA sent the song “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)” from a radio dish in California last week. It took 14 minutes to travel the 158 million...

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Taiwan’s Blunt-Talking Leader Faces China’s Backlash

China is putting more military and political pressure on Taiwan and its new president, whose rhetoric has been sharper than his predecessor’s.

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Masoud Pezeshkian Promises Change in Iran. Can He Deliver?

Masoud Pezeshkian, a widowed doctor, portrays himself as a reformer who can bring social and economic shifts. But others have tried and failed before him, and...

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Dysfunction Sidelines Ukraine’s Parliament as Governing Force

With the president’s party split, the government relies on formerly pro-Russian lawmakers to help it pass legislation and, the opposition says, minimize scrutiny.

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Masha Gessen Sentenced in Absentia by Russian Court to 8 Years in Prison

Masha A. Gessen was found guilty of spreading “false information” and sentenced to eight years in prison over remarks made in 2022 about the Russian military.

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J.D. Vance’s Opposition to U.S. Support for Ukraine: In His Own Words

“I don’t really care what happens to Ukraine one way or the other,” Senator Vance has said.

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Tuesday Briefing: Donald Trump’s Running Mate

Plus, a judge dismisses a criminal case against Trump.

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Israel in Talks Over Withdrawing From Egypt-Gaza Border, Officials Say

The discussions between Israeli and Egyptian officials comes amid diplomatic activity on several continents over a cease-fire deal and postwar plans for the territory.

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South Korea Bans Everything Bagel Seasoning

The seasoning is sold by Trader Joe’s, a brand whose popularity has skyrocketed in the region in recent years.

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J.D. Vance Is an Oil Booster and Doubter of Human-Caused Climate Change

He once said society had a climate problem but changed his position sharply while seeking Donald Trump’s endorsement in his Senate race.

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Kenyan Police Arrest Suspected Serial Killer of 42 Women

The police said that nine mutilated and dismembered bodies had been discovered, and that the suspect had confessed, only the latest violence against women in a...

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Kenyan Police Arrest Suspected Serial Killer of 42 Women

Police said that nine mutilated and dismembered bodies were discovered, and that the suspect confessed to killing 42 women, only the latest violence against women in...

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China Will Host Senior Officials of Hamas and Fatah, Longtime Adversaries

A rapprochement between the rival Palestinian factions could make postwar governance of Gaza more feasible.

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Gambia Votes to Keep Ban on Female Genital Cutting, in Sharp Reversal

Lawmakers in the West African country had supported overturning the prohibition, but changed course on Monday after a vociferous campaign led by women.

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Spanish Police Find Body Where British Teenager Jay Slater Disappeared

Jay Slater disappeared on the Spanish island of Tenerife last month. A missing persons group said Monday that a body had been found with his possessions.

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The meeting will come as talks about Gaza’s postwar governance take on greater urgency.

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Pakistan Says It Will Ban Party of Jailed Former Leader Imran Khan

The move was widely seen as the latest effort by a weak governing coalition to squash Mr. Khan’s political popularity.

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Ukraine battles to contain Russian advances across the front

Russian forces appear to have captured Urozhaine, a southern village taken back by Ukraine last summer. In the east, they are closing in on a key...

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Manhunt in U.K. Ends With Murder Charges After Bodies Found in Suitcase

A grisly discovery last week in Bristol, England, led the police to a 34-year-old man who had stayed with the victims in London.

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The R.N.C. Begins

The latest on the assassination attempt and presidential campaign — plus, an explanation of why childbirth has gotten so expensive.

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The Book Bag That Binds Japanese Society

No rule requires Japan’s elementary school students to wear the boxy, bulky backpack known as the randoseru. But for nearly 150 years, nearly all of them...

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What’s Greenest and Cleanest When Nature Calls?

Conventional toilet paper has a big environmental impact. We’ve got the lowdown on alternatives, from bamboo tissue to bidets.

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Each Year Flying Ants Emerge Across the U.K. And Yes, They’re Annoying.

Winged ants emerge from the soil on hot summer days with one goal: find a mate — fast. These insects are annoying, but experts say they...

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Monday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know.

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They Were Told They Were in a Safe Area. Then Came the Missiles.

Survivors of a strike in Gaza on Saturday that Israel said had targeted Hamas’s top military leader described a scene of carnage, with fire, smoke, blood...

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They Were Told They Were in a Safe Area. Then Came the Missiles.

Survivors of a strike in Gaza on Saturday that Israel said had targeted Hamas’s top military leader described a scene of carnage, with fire, smoke, blood...

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With Rivals Restricted, Kagame Looks Set for Another Term in Rwanda

The Central African nation is voting on a potential fourth term for President Paul Kagame. Opposition figures say they have been threatened and arbitrarily detained.

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With Rivals Restricted, Kagame Looks Set for Another Term in Rwanda

The Central African nation is voting on a potential fourth term for President Paul Kagame. Opposition figures say they have been threatened and arbitrarily detained.

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Euro 2024 Final: Spain Beats England to Claim Fourth Title

A 2-1 victory in the Euro 2024 final extended England’s suffering but crowned a generational star in Spain’s teenage forward, Lamine Yamal.

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Israel Struck Twice in Its Attack on Al-Mawasi, Videos and Photos Show

Visual evidence from Saturday’s strike in Gaza that left dozens dead appears to show that the Israeli military launched a separate strike near emergency vehicles.

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Monday Briefing: An Assassination Attempt on Donald Trump

Plus, a major Israeli airstrike in Gaza.

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Israel’s Attempted Assassination of Hamas Leader Followed Surveillance of Deputy

A compound belonging to the family of Rafa Salameh, a top Hamas deputy in southern Gaza, had been under surveillance for several weeks, Israeli officials said....

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Olympic Torch Reaches Paris in Elegant Style

The flame has been on a long journey since its arrival in May, but hopes that it would bring the country together have foundered on political...

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Nepal’s New Prime Minister Is Named After Government Collapses

K.P. Sharma Oli, who leads the nation’s largest communist party, is to take office on Monday.

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Kate, Princess of Wales, Plans to Attend Wimbledon Final

The princess has stepped back from the public eye since her cancer diagnosis earlier this year.

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Kate, Princess of Wales, Plans to Attend Wimbledon Final

The princess has stepped back from the public eye since her cancer diagnosis earlier this year.

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From Exile in London, a Crime Novelist Works to Transform Russia

Boris Akunin, the creator of a hugely popular detective series, hopes that fomenting a vibrant Russian culture abroad might undermine President Vladimir V. Putin’s government at...

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Are Games Like the Euro 2024 Final the Riskiest Gig in Music?

Performing before a major match like the Euro 2024 final offers priceless visibility, and the nonzero chance that you’ll be booed.

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In England, a Changed Nation Hopes for a Change in Soccer Fortunes

After installing a Labour government for the first time in 14 years, the country is looking to a historical precedent as a presage to a long-awaited...

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Israel Launches Major Attack Against a Senior Hamas Commander

The target, Muhammad Deif, was an architect of the Oct. 7 attacks and has been the object of repeated Israeli assassination attempts over decades.

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Who Is the Hamas Military Leader, Muhammad Deif?

Muhammad Deif, an architect of Hamas’s Oct. 7 attack and commander of the group’s military wing, was the focus of an Israeli strike on Saturday.

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How Hamas Is Fighting in Gaza: Tunnels, Traps and Ambushes

Hamas overwhelmed Israel’s border in October with a coordinated, large-scale maneuver before committing atrocities. Now, it acts as a guerrilla force, its fighters often disguised as...

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Acquittal for Pakistan’s Khan and Wife in Illegal Marriage Case

But Imran Khan, the popular former prime minister, remains incarcerated for now, and the authorities have indicated that new charges are likely.

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Middle East Crisis: Israel Launches Major Attack That It Says Targeted a Top Hamas Commander

The commander, Muhammad Deif, is considered a mastermind of the Oct. 7 attacks. The Palestinian news media reported mass casualties in the attack in southern Gaza.

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Over 100 United Nations member states pledge support for UNRWA, and other news.

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Slowing Down Like Scarlett

Take a cue from a movie star: Simplify your life this weekend.

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Can Canada Trim Its Reliance on Foreign Labor?

For the first time, the government will set a cap on visas for temporary residents, including temporary workers and students, this fall.

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Ukraine Is Targeting Crimea, a Critical Base for Russia’s Invasion

Newly armed with deep-strike missiles, Kyiv is trying to degrade Russian abilities on the peninsula, aiming at airfields, air defenses and logistics hubs.

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How Janet Yellen Became an Unlikely Culinary Diplomat

The Treasury secretary views food as a way to connect, and her dining decisions have become the subject of global intrigue.

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How Hamas Is Fighting in Gaza

Hamas overwhelmed Israel’s border in October with something like a conventional military maneuver. Now, it acts as a guerrilla force, its fighters often disguised as civilians.

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Colombia Faces a New Problem: Too Much Cocaine

Even as production surges, domestic and foreign shifts in the global drug industry have devastated many poor Colombians whose livelihood is tied to cocaine.

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Big Indian Weddings Highlight Economic Divide

Henna artists’ elaborate designs are a hallmark of Indian weddings. They also highlight a disparity where some are fabulously rich and many earn very little.

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This Soccer Player Wanted to Wear Her Hijab on the Field. France Wouldn’t Let Her.

Lina Boussaha joined a team in Saudi Arabia so she could wear her head scarf while playing the sport she calls “a part of my soul.”

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Where Germany’s Immigration Debate Hits Home

Since the recent killing of a police officer, Mannheim has become the byword for a hard line on deporting those who are denied asylum and commit...

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Gaza City Neighborhood Left in Ruins After Israeli Troops Withdraw

Intense fighting between soldiers and Hamas militants has left parts of the city uninhabitable, say residents who returned.

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Hamas Official: ‘We’re Not Obstinate’ in Peace Talks on Gaza

Husam Badran said the militant group would give up civilian control in the territory, but would not disband its military wing.

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How Ukraine’s ‘Irreversible’ Path to NATO May Hinge on U.S. Election

Hanging over the alliance’s summit in Washington this week was the shadow of the U.S. presidential election, which added a layer of unpredictability to the war...

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Early Wildfires in Brazil Threaten Pantanal Wetlands and Cerrado Savanna

Huge blazes are spreading hundreds of miles across some of the most biodiverse parts of Brazil, with the worst of the annual fire season still weeks...

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U.S. Officials See Hopeful Signs in Gaza Cease-Fire Talks

People briefed on the talks said it would be days until it is clear whether there was a breakthrough, and other officials cautioned that previous hopes...

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U.S. Officials See Hopeful Signs in Gaza Cease-Fire Talks

People briefed on the talks said it would be days until it is clear whether there was a breakthrough, and other officials cautioned that previous hopes...

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France Is at a Political Impasse Ahead of 2024 Olympics

After elections produced a deadlocked parliament, both left and right are claiming victory, while President Emmanuel Macron insists no one won. It’s a recipe for turmoil.

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Nepal’s Prime Minister Loses Confidence Vote, Adding to the Turmoil of Monsoon Season

The latest political upheaval comes as Nepal struggles to cope with deadly disasters like a landslide on Friday that left more than 60 people missing.

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Pakistan Court Grants Imran Khan’s Party More Seats in Parliament

A ruling by Pakistan’s high court strips the governing coalition of its two-thirds majority, and thrusts the party of Imran Khan back onto the political main...

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High School Collapses in Nigeria, Killing Several Students

An unknown number of people were trapped in the rubble of the building in Jos, a city of one million residents in the central part of...

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A Bleak View of Soccer’s Future Misses the Full Picture

Uruguay Coach Marcelo Bielsa lamented that the sport was surrendering its appeal in service to its business. He’s right. And also wrong.

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UK Approves Early Release for Thousands of Prisoners to Ease Overcrowding

The Labour government, which took power this past week, said it had been forced into the move because previous Conservative administrations had let the issue fester.

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How Can Europe Reduce Its Military Dependency on the United States?

With Washington looking toward China, and the possibility of another Trump presidency, Europe should do more for its own defense. Here are four key areas to...

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Finland Passes Law to Turn Away Asylum Seekers at Border

The country last year closed all land crossings with Russia, accusing Moscow of trying to weaponize migration. Russian authorities have called the accusations “unsubstantiated.”

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Middle East Crisis: U.S. Officials See Hopeful Signs in Gaza Cease-Fire Talks

People briefed on the talks said it would be days until it is clear whether there was a breakthrough, and other officials cautioned that previous hopes...

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Ambani Wedding Shows Off India’s New Gilded Age

Many Indians cheer the rise of moguls like Mukesh Ambani, whose son’s wedding has become a global spectacle. To them, India’s poverty is predictable, but such...

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Chandra Observatory Captures Two Supernovas in (Slow) Motion

For the 25th anniversary of the Chandra X-ray Observatory, NASA produced ghostly time-lapse videos of two centuries-old stellar explosions.

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Ambani Wedding Shows Off India’s New Gilded Age

Many Indians cheer the rise of moguls like Mukesh Ambani, whose son’s wedding has become a global spectacle. To them, India’s poverty is predictable, but such...

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Rescued Hostage Describes Months of Uncertainty and Terror in Gaza

Andrey Kozlov was kept for six months in a family’s apartment by a Hamas operative who moonlighted as a journalist. Then Israeli commandos stormed in.

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U.K. Government Seeks Migration Miracle Worker, Preferably in Uniform

Britain’s new center-left government is moving quickly to tackle a challenge that bedeviled its predecessors: how to prevent migrants crossing the Channel and break up trafficking...

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More Than 60 Are Missing in Nepal After Landslide Sweeps Buses Into River

Rescuers were searching for two late-night buses that disappeared into the swollen waterway amid Nepal’s deadly monsoon season.

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In an Outback Town, Praising the Lord and Improvising the Details

For some churches, it’s all about music. Others translate scripture into Indigenous languages or enlist local artists to depict Bible stories in their own way.

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Biden Uses NATO Summit to Assail Trump on Foreign Policy

At his news conference, the president also acknowledged a new strategy to disrupt the growing ties between China and Russia but provided no details.

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Friday Briefing

A solo news conference from President Biden.

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U.K. Government Seeks Migration Miracle Worker, Preferably in Uniform

Britain’s new center-left government is moving quickly to tackle a challenge that bedeviled its predecessors: how to prevent migrants crossing the Channel and break up trafficking...

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Many in Gaza City Ignore Israeli Military’s Calls to Evacuate

Some civilians are fatigued by their repeated displacements, while others say there is no point in going to other areas that may be just as dangerous.

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Friday Briefing: A Make-or-Break Moment for President Biden

Plus, a U.S. plan to deploy missiles in Germany angered Russia.

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After France’s Election, the Far Right Is at a Crossroads

The National Rally’s campaign was marred by controversies that undercut its effort to convince voters that it was ready for power. Now, leaders are asking where...

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Students Protest Job Quotas in Bangladesh’s Streets

University students oppose the reinstatement of a quota system for government jobs that was abolished in 2018.

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It Turns Out the Picassos Anchoring a Gallery’s Exhibit Were Not by Picasso

The Museum of Old and New Art in Australia claimed to have placed several Picassos inside a women’s restroom to protest a court ruling against the...

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In Europe, Tactical Voting Was a Big Winner. In the U.S. It Is Harder.

In France and England, parties worked to limit voters’ choices to avoid splitting votes.

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Israeli Military Clears General Who Approved Fire on House With Hostages on Oct. 7

The military conceded that it had “failed in its mission” to protect an Israeli village from attack, but exonerated a general who oversaw the fighting there.

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Russia Places Yulia Navalnaya on Extremist List

The Russian agency tasked with combating terrorism financing added Yulia Navalnaya to its registry.

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Letter in The Lancet Raises Question of Excess Deaths in Gaza War

A letter in a major medical journal has prompted a discussion about the importance, and difficulty, of tallying those killed as an indirect result of the...

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