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William J. Burns, the C.I.A. head, and David Barnea, who leads the Mossad, Israel’s spy service, are scheduled to meet with officials in Qatar, which has…
A Toronto teenager who killed a woman in a massage parlor was sentenced on Tuesday to life in prison. The case was the first time gender-based…
A leaked document has talking points for the president of the United Nations climate conference, who is an oil executive, to advance oil and gas deals.
Continued U.S. funding for Ukraine was a key concern for leaders in the military alliance, who met as the current allocation is running down and a…
Marianna Budanova, whose husband is the director of military intelligence, is recovering in a hospital, the officials said. Her husband has long accused Russia of trying…
Chancellor Scholz pledged financial support for economic modernization and Ukraine, but will need backing for new borrowing to fill a spending gap.
Qatar said that Israel and Hamas had agreed to prolong their cease-fire, which had been set to expire on Tuesday morning, for two more days.
The decision means that the journalist, Evan Gershkovich, who has denied the espionage charge against him, will remain in custody until Jan. 30.
After repeated mechanical setbacks, the Indian operation turned to trained miners using manual tools to clear the final stretch of debris.
Tens of thousands of Gazans are making the most difficult of choices, leaving their homes behind to survive.
American officials have told the Israelis that a major bombardment risks sparking a humanitarian crisis that overwhelms the world’s capacity to respond.
The flow of students between the countries has been a mainstay of their relationship, even when ties have soured. Now these exchanges, too, are under threat.
The government is preparing to present its energy transition plan at the U.N. climate talks as it intensifies a crackdown on environmental advocates.
Illegal deforestation for avocado crops points to a blood-soaked trade with the United States involving threats, abductions and killings.
The law, celebrated as a model for other countries, would have eventually made tobacco illegal.
Here’s what you need to know.
The strategies used by the Indigenous community policing alternative are in stark contrast to more muscular tactics pitched by the incoming government.
Longevity drugs for our canine companions are moving closer to reality. They also raise questions about what it might mean to succeed.
Effective drugs that have made the disease curable have yet to reach most of the region.
After the prime minister of Greece called for the British Museum to return the Parthenon marbles, his British counterpart abruptly called off their meeting.
The two-day extension raised hopes of more exchanges and increased aid for people in the Gaza Strip, but Israel has raised concerns about the separation of…
The group comprises women and children only, all of them taken from Nir Oz during Hamas’s attack on Oct. 7.
Plus Indonesia’s female forest rangers.
Leaders from around the world explained how they took their passions and concerns and turned them into action.
The no-transfer rail connection from the Dutch capital to London will close starting in June. A new terminal for Eurostar passengers is set to open at…
An Energy Department program designed to create jobs and manufacturing in communities reliant on fossil fuels is backing projects in West Virginia, Colorado and elsewhere.
Passengers will not be visiting Machu Picchu, the Pyramids of Giza or indeed be going anywhere.
American spy agencies have warned about the Emirati firm G42 and its work with large Chinese companies that U.S. officials consider security threats.
The artifacts were on loan to a Dutch museum when Russia invaded in 2014. Ukraine argued that they must be kept out of the aggressor’s hands.
The teacher, Samuel Paty, was beheaded by an Islamist extremist in 2020 after showing caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad to illustrate free speech. The case horrified…
President Biden said his goal was to extend the temporary truce between Israel and Hamas to obtain the release of other captives and send more aid…
Alongside President Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, Mr. Musk toured an Israeli village where dozens of people were killed in the Hamas-led Oct. 7 attacks.
Violent waves stirred by hurricane-force winds threatened to tear maritime mines from their moorings in the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel said that an extension, allowing for more hostages to be released, is an option. But, he said, the ultimate goal…
“Make way for someone else,” a new grass-roots movement demands as women challenge the official argument that the mobilized troops are needed in combat indefinitely.
The effort to rescue 41 construction workers in India has faced repeated setbacks. Now the authorities are trying to drill vertically through a mountain.
A third day of hostage exchanges in Israel.
Rather than take a confrontational approach with trespassers looking to farm or log in a tropical rainforest in Indonesia, teams of women rangers try dialogue first.
The United States is investigating whether Iran was involved in the incident.
He has attended the past two summits and calls climate change “the ultimate threat” but will miss the talks that are set to begin in Dubai…
A third group of captives released from Gaza included a 4-year-old dual American-Israeli citizen whose parents were killed in the Hamas attack on Oct. 7.
Hundreds of protesters from Jewish Voice for Peace blocked the Manhattan entrance to the bridge, tying up traffic to and from Brooklyn.
The three college students were on their way to dinner on Saturday night. The police have yet to identify a suspect.
A Palestinian prisoner freed on Sunday was paraded around his neighborhood in a 15-car motorcade after reuniting with relatives.
Plus an unusual mental health plan in Africa.
Avigail Idan, a dual citizen of Israel and the United States, spent her fourth birthday as a captive after her parents were murdered in the Oct….
On the third day of a pause in fighting that was expected to continue until Tuesday, Mr. Netanyahu vowed to fight on “until victory.”
“Thank God she’s home,” the president told reporters as he vowed to press for the release of more captives and an extension of the pause in…
“Émigré,” about Jews who fled Nazi Germany, debuts amid U.S.-China tensions and cultural rifts over the Israel-Hamas war. It comes to New York in February.
Two days after the first batch of hostages was released, relatives who have spoken or met with them said they seemed to have been totally cut…
Jake Sullivan, the White House national security adviser, said there was “reason to believe” an American would be among the next Hamas captives freed in Gaza.
The assault on energy infrastructure, a significant theater in the war, followed a large-scale Russian drone attack on Kyiv.
The group’s military wing, the Qassam Brigades, announced that Abu Anas al-Ghandour and three others had been killed. It did not say when.
It was not yet clear who had tried to break into the military’s main armory and barracks in the capital, Freetown, or what happened after they…
Life in besieged Gaza revolves around a daily struggle to find food and water. With practically no fuel or coal, families are burning doors and window…
The death of the mercenary group’s leader has created a window of opportunity in the Central African Republic for Western powers to offer an alternative.
An initiative to train hairdressers in mental health counseling is providing relief to hundreds of clients in a region with the world’s least access to therapy.
Watsana Yojampa spoke to her son after he was released by Hamas. There are at least 18 Thai citizens still being held hostage in the Gaza…
Watsana Yojampa spoke to her son after he was released by Hamas. There are at least 18 Thai nationals still being held hostage in the Gaza…
Israeli leaders, who were preparing for another prisoners-for-hostages swap with Hamas, must choose whether to resume fighting once the truce ends Tuesday.
Though experts do not think that this season will be the worst yet, they also warn that the past is no longer a reliable guide to…
A second group of 13 included six members of an extended family.
The return to a normal life will be a long process, doctors say.
About 60 million “zero-dose children” have not received any vaccines and have aged out of routine immunization programs. Protecting them will require a costly vaccination blitz.
A Brazilian man stopped a stabbing that prompted one of the worst anti-immigrant riots in recent history. Many people in Ireland and beyond are saying thanks….
More hostage releases could give further relief to those Israelis who see the hostages’ freedom as Israel’s biggest immediate priority, adding to pressure to extend the…
A conversation with the editors about the painstaking process of selecting the 10 Best Books of the year.
Fire safety is a persistent problem in Karachi, where construction has outpaced firefighting infrastructure and building code enforcement is lax.
Dan Carter, the mayor of Oshawa, Ontario, was a homeless addict from his teens until he was 31. Now he’s helping people who face those issues…
The aerial assault, the most intense that Ukraine’s capital has experienced in months, began early Saturday and continued past sunrise.
In less than two months, more than twice as many women and children have been reported killed in Gaza than in Ukraine after two years of…
Governments have declared the practice a human rights violation. But they have made exceptions that are divisive among parents, doctors and social workers.
Arti passed every test for her government job but still faced disappointment and a new set of challenges.
There were no reports of major flare-ups in violence as the temporary cease-fire entered a second day. On the first day, two dozen hostages were released…
Soccer fans are tuning out broadcasts in favor of watchalongs: streaming parties where you hear what you want to hear and see everything except the game.
Residents complain of rashes and stomach ailments as 666,000 tons of garbage overwhelm the city. Uncollected waste after natural disasters can lead to illnesses, experts said.
No Americans were released in the first day of the temporary cease-fire, but officials and families were hopeful they would be freed in the coming days.
Hamas freed two dozen hostages, Israel released 39 imprisoned Palestinians, and more than 130 aid trucks reached Gaza over the first day of a tense, temporary…
The return of 13 Israeli hostages out of more than 200 provided a glimmer of hope for a nation still traumatized by the Hamas assault of…
Families that waited outside a prison for the release of people detained by Israel said the conflict in Gaza and the rising death toll had cast…
Asked if he trusts Hamas to uphold its end of the deal, Mr. Biden said, “I don’t trust Hamas to do anything right. I only trust…
Of the 13 Israeli hostages released from Gaza on Friday night, 12 were from a single farming village: Kibbutz Nir Oz.
More than 24,000 Chinese citizens have been apprehended crossing into the United States from Mexico in the past year. That is more than in the preceding…
The first group of 13 Israeli hostages — all women and children — were handed over to Israeli officials on Friday, joining five others released or…
She trawled 56 boxes of forgotten archives, bringing to life mysterious figures from early expeditions. She also climbed Everest, as well as Kilimanjaro.
Allowing clubs to block rule changes and money to delay punishments feeds the perception that the same rules do not apply to everyone.
Israel had warned Gazans not to move from the south to the north during the cessation of hostilities, feeding their fears of permanent displacement.
A fishing town that was evacuated this month will probably be spared, but residents can’t return until all danger has passed.
Officials have condemned violence that broke out in the capital after a knife attack. The police said 34 people were arrested and a police officer was…
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