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With Iran’s Strikes, Arab Countries Fear an Expanding Conflict

The Iranian attack on Israeli territory made the Mideast’s new reality undeniable: Clashes are getting harder and harder to contain.

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Monday Briefing

After Iran’s attack, Israel weighs its options.

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On Himalayan Hillsides Grows Japan’s Cold, Hard Cash

A shrub in impoverished Nepal now supplies the raw material for the bank notes used in Asia’s most sophisticated financial system.

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Far Right’s Ties to Russia Sow Rising Alarm in Germany

As cases proliferate, opponents fear the Alternative for Germany party is becoming a tool of Russian influence operations to undermine support for Ukraine.

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A 7-Year-Old Girl Is the Lone Serious Casualty of Iran’s Barrage

The girl, who lives in a Negev desert community that is home to Arab Bedouins, was clinging to life in a hospital after the attack.

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Iran’s Barrage of Israel Injures Young Girl in Arab Bedouin Village

The girl, who lives in a Negev desert community that is home to Arab Bedouins, was clinging to life in a hospital after the attack.

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Monday Briefing: Israel Weighs a Response to Iran

Also, the Australian authorities are searching for a motive in the deadly stabbing attack.

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Johnson Says the House Will Vote on an Israel Bill in the Coming Days

Speaker Mike Johnson left unclear whether the vote on the security package, coming after Iranian attacks on Israel, would also include aid for Ukraine.

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Iran Attack Tests Netanyahu’s Political Staying Power

In a deeply polarized country that has again come under attack, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s fate may depend on what happens next.

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Strikes Upend Israel’s Belief About Iran’s Willingness to Fight It Directly

Israel had grown used to targeting Iranian officials without head-on retaliation from Iran, an assumption overturned by Iran’s attacks on Saturday.

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Strikes Upend Israel’s Belief About Iran’s Willingness to Fight It Directly

Israel had grown used to targeting Iranian officials without head-on retaliation from Iran, an assumption overturned by Iran’s attacks on Saturday.

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Jordan Says It Shot Down Iranian Drones As Act of Self-Defense

The Arab kingdom said it took military action to defend its territory against Iranian drone and missile strikes. Critics assailed the country as having helped defend...

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Iran’s Strikes on Israel Open a Dangerous New Chapter for Old Rivals

Experts say Tehran does not want a broader war. But it is far from clear whether Iran or Israel will choose to escalate a conflict that...

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Iran Attacks Israel: What We Know

Tehran fired hundreds of drones and missiles in what was believed to be its first direct assault on Israel after years of a shadow war.

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Strikes on Israel Open a Dangerous New Chapter for Old Rivals

Key questions remained after Iran’s attack, including whether Tehran will feel it must strike again and whether Israel will choose to escalate further, analysts said.

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Biden Seeks to Head Off Escalation After Israel’s Successful Defense

The president told Israel that the interception of nearly all of the Iranian drones and missiles used to attack it constituted a major victory, and so...

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Israel Used Iron Dome and Arrow 3 Systems to Block Attack

Israel’s Iron Dome defense system intercepts rockets that fly in high arcs, while its Arrow 3 system can stop ballistic missiles outside the atmosphere.

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A History of the Shadow War Between Iran and Israel

The volley of drones and missiles was the first time that Tehran directly attacked Israel from its own territory, one expert said.

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Live Updates: Israel Says Confrontation With Iran ‘Is Not Over’

Nearly all the missiles and drones that Iran and its allies launched at Israel overnight were intercepted. Israel has not made clear how it might respond.

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After Bondi Stabbing Rampage, Australia Asks How and Why

The police have yet to determine a motive for Saturday’s attack, which left six people dead, but said the assailant suffered from mental health problems.

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Israel Faced a Sophisticated Attack From Iran

The weapons Iran used on Saturday travel farther and are more precise than those Hamas and other allies have used against Israel in the past six...

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U.S. Intercepts Dozens of Iranian Drones and Missiles Aimed at Israel

Britain’s defense secretary said British jets were prepared to intercept Iranian attacks. France and Germany expressed support.

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She Was Kidnapped a Decade Ago With 275 Girls. Finally, She Escaped.

Their capture set off a global campaign to “Bring Back Our Girls.” But many are still missing, and kidnappings in Nigeria have proliferated.

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Live Updates: Israel Reports Light Damage After Iran Launches Large Strike

Iran fired more than 200 drones and missiles at Israel overnight. The U.S. military shot some of them down, but most were intercepted by Israel’s military.

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Tensions Flare in West Bank After Israeli Teenager Is Found Dead

The killing, which Israel called a “terrorist attack,” prompted rioting by Israeli settlers that killed one Palestinian and raised fears of a broader escalation.

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Here are the latest developments.

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Israeli Teen’s Death Could Further Inflame West Bank Tensions

Dozens of Israelis and Palestinians were wounded during clashes at several locations across the West Bank on Saturday after a missing teenage boy was found dead.

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State Dept. Is Sending Its Top Diplomat for East Asia to China

The announcement comes days after President Biden met jointly with the leaders of Japan and the Philippines to discuss Chinese aggression in the Indo-Pacific region.

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Sydney Mall Stabbing Attack: What We Know

The attack happened in a busy center for tourists and beachgoers in the Eastern Suburbs, an affluent area of Sydney.

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Stabbing Attack in Sydney Kills At Least 6

Shoppers hid in backrooms or ran screaming from the scene, while others stayed with injured victims. Police said they believed the attack was not a ‘terrorism...

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Protesters in Niger Call for U.S. Military Exit

Trainers and equipment from Russia landed in the West African nation this week, putting the continued presence of 1,000 U.S. military personnel there in doubt.

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Iran Seizes Israel-Linked Container Ship

Directly and through proxy groups like the Houthis in Yemen, Iran has been disrupting commercial shipping in the Persian Gulf for years.

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For Many Western Allies, Sending Weapons to Israel Gets Dicey

As civilian casualties in Gaza spiral, some nations are suspending sales amid accusations of abetting genocide and war crimes.

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Mall Attack Was Australia’s Worst Mass Violence in Years

Saturday’s stabbing attack in Sydney horrified a country not used to such acts.

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As ‘Sex and the City’ Ages, Some Find the Cosmo Glass Half-Empty

As the show became more widely available on Netflix, younger viewers have watched it with a critical eye. But its longtime millennial and Gen X fans...

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Witnesses to Sydney Mall Stabbing Describe Harrowing Scenes

People who were present at the scene told of sheltering in place or giving first aid to victims of a man who ran at people with...

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Cable Car Accident in Antalya, Turkey, Drops Passengers Onto Mountain

Scores of people were stranded, some for as long as 19 hours, after an accident on a rocky hillside above the city of Antalya.

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The Gen Z Crossword Era

Solving a crossword puzzle today feels more like a spirited conversation with modern culture.

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Bondi Junction, Site of Sydney Stabbing Attack, Is a Busy Hub

As well as a major mall, the area contains cafes and yoga studios. It’s a gateway from central Sydney, Australia, to eastern suburbs and several popular...

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Why a Liberal Premier Wants to Pause a Carbon Tax Increase

Andrew Furey, Canada’s only Liberal premier, recently asked the Liberal federal government to suspend the scheduled increases.

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Live Updates: At Least 6 Killed in Stabbing at Mall in Australia

The attacker was shot and killed by a lone police officer who was directed into the mall by people fleeing the scene at Bondi Junction, a...

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Ukraine’s Draft Dodgers Run, and Swim, to Avoid the War

With Russia seizing the initiative on the battlefield in recent months, Ukraine’s ability to defend itself hinges on replenishing its arsenal of weaponry and mobilizing troops.

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In Bogotá, Cyclists Fear Becoming Crime Victims

In Bogotá, a city with more than 1.1 million bicycles and a strong riding culture, a number of high-profile crimes have rattled cyclists.

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Five Killed in Sydney Stabbing at Mall

The attacker was shot and killed by a lone police officer who was directed into the mall by people fleeing the scene at Bondi Junction, a...

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Sydney Police Say One Person Shot, Several Stabbed at Mall

Police evacuated the mall at a busy Bondi Junction, a major commercial area in eastern Sydney, on Saturday afternoon.

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China’s ‘Special Place’ in Modi’s Heart Is Now a Thorn in His Side

As Narendra Modi seeks a third term as prime minister, India’s rupture with China looms over a pillar of his campaign: making his country a major...

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A Perpetual Bridesmaid Gets the Crown, and Germany (Mostly) Likes the Look

Bayer Leverkusen can win its first Bundesliga title this weekend. For its rivals, the real joy comes in seeing Bayern Munich lose it.

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New Zealanders Are Crazy for This Fruit. It’s Not the Kiwi.

Like the kiwi fruit, the feijoa, or pineapple guava, is not native to the island nation, but it has become something of a national obsession.

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‘Climate-Controlled’ Sausage? Courts Crack Down on ‘Greenwashing’

From airlines to pork sellers, corporate brands face legal and regulatory challenges for misleading the public with lofty climate claims.

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Haiti Sets Up Transitional Council, Clearing Way for an Acting Leader

A governing council was finalized after a month of negotiations. It is tasked with restoring law and order by appointing an acting prime minister.

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Iran Likely Will Strike Israel, Not U.S. Forces, U.S. and Iranian Officials Say

Retaliation by Iran is expected on Israeli soil in the next few days, but officials say Iran does not want to draw the United States deeper...

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U.S. Says American Targets May Not Be on List in Possible Iran Attack

In anticipation of the Iranian strikes, several countries, including the United States, issued new guidelines to their citizens about travel in Israel and the surrounding region.

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Argentine Court Blames Iran for 1990s Bombings of Israeli Embassy and Jewish Center

The ruling opens the possibility for relatives of victims of the 1992 and 1994 attacks to make claims against Iran in international tribunals.

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What We Know About Iran’s Military as It Threatens Israel

The possibility of a direct military confrontation between Iran and Israel has brought renewed attention to Iran’s armed forces. What are they capable of?

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American intelligence officials predict Iran will strike Israel within the next few days.

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Iran’s Retaliation Likely to Be Limited, but Errors Could Lead to War, Experts Say

After Israel killed several top Iranian commanders, Iran wants to respond without provoking further escalation, military analysts say, but there is a dangerous risk of miscalculation.

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U.S. Issues New Travel Restrictions Over Possible Iranian Strike

The State Department has barred its employees from traveling to large parts of Israel. Iran has repeatedly vowed to strike back over the deadly bombing this...

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Back From Ukraine, a House Republican Makes the Case for More Aid

Representative Chuck Edwards, a first-term North Carolinian, has emerged as a vocal proponent for U.S. aid to Ukraine in a party that has grown hostile to...

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Coaches Have to Be Salesmen, Too

David Moyes has established West Ham as a fixture in the top half of the Premier League and a regular presence in Europe. So why do...

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Bank of England to Overhaul Its Forecasting After Inflation Surprises

The review, which was led by Ben S. Bernanke, a former Federal Reserve chair, came after the central bank had been criticized for underestimating inflation.

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Mistaken Autopsy Report Compounds Grief after a Balloon Pilot’s Death

The pilot, Cornelius van der Walt, died in a crash in Arizona that also killed three others. While the autopsy found he had ketamine in his...

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Middle East Crisis: Pentagon Official Arrives in Israel Amid Fears of Iranian Attack

U.S. officials have said they are bracing for a response to an Israeli strike in Syria this month that killed several senior Iranian commanders.

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Myanmar Rebels Take Key Trading Town, but Counteroffensive Looms

The fall of Myawaddy, on the Thai border, was one of the most significant gains by resistance forces since a 2021 military coup.

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War or No War, Ukrainians Aren’t Giving Up Their Coffee

Coffee shops and kiosks are everywhere in Ukraine’s capital, their popularity both an act of wartime defiance and a symbol of closer ties to the rest...

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China Feels Boxed In by the U.S. but Has Few Ways to Push Back

China seeks to project military power in the seas around its coastline, yet also faces pressure to mend relations with neighbors for the good of its...

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How the Israel-Hamas War Galvanized the American Left

As the death toll in Gaza climbed, the pro-Palestinian movement grew into a powerful, if disjointed, political force in the United States. Democrats are feeling the...

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Even Before the Olympics, a Victory Lap for a Fast-Moving French Mayor

Karim Bouamrane, the Socialist mayor of St.-Ouen, a Paris suburb that will host the athletes’ village for the 2024 Games, is leading a rapid transformation of...

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Friday Briefing

A U.S. general goes to Israel.

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Indigenous Authors and the Challenge of Telling Their Own Story

A university program seeks to improve cross-cultural understanding in Australia’s publishing industry.

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Europe’s A.I. ‘Champion’ Sets Sights on Tech Giants in U.S.

Mistral, a French start-up considered a promising challenger to OpenAI and Google, is getting support from European leaders who want to protect the region’s culture and...

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Share Your Story About the Organ Transplant System

We want to hear from doctors, nurses, technicians, patients and others with experience in the system. Tell us your experiences below.

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Friday Briefing: U.S. General Visits Israel Amid Fears of Iranian Attack

Also, O.J. Simpson died at 76.

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Famine in Gaza: Here’s What to Know

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U.S. Sends a Top General to Israel Amid Fears of Iranian Strikes

The visit of Gen. Michael E. Kurilla, the U.S. military commander in the Middle East, comes as diplomats seek to avert a wider war.

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In Ancient Pompeii, Fresco Dining Room With Trojan Decor Offers New Insights

A frescoed dining room is the latest find in an excavation campaign to shore up an area of the site, which was destroyed by a powerful...

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The Push for a Better Dengue Vaccine Grows More Urgent

A public research institute in Brazil has proved a new shot protects against the disease, but can’t make it fast enough to stop the huge outbreak...

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Global Stockpile of Cholera Vaccine Is Gone as Outbreaks Spread

One company is going to great lengths to build it up, but it will be years before it returns to the minimum level.

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U.S. Official Heads to Israel Amid Fears of Iranian Attack

U.S. officials have said they are bracing for a response to a strike in Syria this month that killed several senior Iranian commanders.

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Mexico’s 2024 General Election: What to Know

Mexico’s election will make history. It will be the largest in terms of voters and seats, and the country will elect a female president for the...

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Julian Assange’s Family React to Biden Suggesting U.S. Might Drop Case

The WikiLeaks founder has spent five years in a high-security London prison while contesting extradition efforts. Before that, he holed up for seven years in the...

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Deborah Feldman, the Author of ‘Unorthodox,’ Touches a Nerve in Germany

Feldman, who wrote in “Unorthodox” about leaving her Hasidic community in New York, has been touching a nerve in Germany, where she is now a citizen.

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Before He Died in Prison, Aleksei Navalny Wrote a Memoir. It’s Coming This Fall.

In the book, Navalny tells his story in his own words, chronicling his life, his rise as an opposition leader, and the attempts on his life.

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3 Men Rescued from Pacific Island After Writing ‘Help’ With Palm Leaves

American rescuers found the lost sailors on a tiny uninhabited island in Micronesia with a damaged boat and the word spelled out on the beach.

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Israel Announces New Attack on Hamas After Killing Top Leader’s Sons

The military said it had carried out an operation in Gaza to kill members of the group, a day after attacking a car carrying three sons...

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E.C.B. Holds Rates Steady as Markets Look for Hints on First Cut

It was the fifth consecutive decision by the eurozone’s central bank to leave rates untouched, as inflation closes in on the bank’s 2 percent target.

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Israel announces a new operation against Hamas, a day after killing a top leader’s sons.

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Vietnamese Real Estate Tycoon Sentenced to Death in $12 Billion Fraud Case

Truong My Lan received the death penalty as Vietnam’s Communist Party cracks down on corruption in the fast-growing Southeast Asian economic hub.

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What the Election Loss Means for President Yoon of South Korea

President Yoon Suk Yeol, a key U.S. ally, faces the prospect of becoming a lame duck unless he starts negotiating with the opposition.

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Middle East Crisis: Famine Has Begun in Northern Gaza, U.S. Official Says

Samantha Power, the head of the U.S. Agency for International Development, is the first American official to classify the extreme hunger in parts of Gaza as...

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Ukraine’s Parliament Passes a Politically Fraught Mobilization Bill

The legislature approved a law aimed at replenishing depleted Ukrainian forces, which are under unrelenting pressure from Russian assaults.

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Akebono, Hawaii-Born Sumo Champion in Japan, Dies at 54

Born in Hawaii, he moved to Japan in 1988 and won 11 grand championships. His success drove a resurgence in the sport’s popularity.

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What a Terror Attack in Israel Might Reveal About Psychedelics and Trauma

Thousands of Israelis were using mind-altering substances when Hamas-led fighters attacked a desert festival on Oct. 7. Now, scientists are studying the ravers to determine the...

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In Warning to China, Biden Hosts Summit With Leaders of Japan and Philippines

President Biden has invited the leaders of Japan and the Philippines to the White House, where they will discuss security in the South China Sea.

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Thursday Briefing

Japan’s prime minister visits the White House.

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Ukraine’s New Draft Unsettles the Young

Reporters from The New York Times spoke to men who could be affected by the change.

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Ukraine’s New Draft Unsettles the Young

Reporters from The New York Times spoke to men who could be affected by the change.

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Akebono, Foreign-Born Sumo Champion in Japan, Dies at 54

Born Chad George Ha’aheo Rowan in Hawaii, he won 11 grand championships and paved the way for other foreign wrestlers in the sport.

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Driven by China, Coal Plants Made a Comeback in 2023

The country, along with India, is still building power stations that run on coal. Elsewhere, retirements of older plants have slowed.

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Driven by China, Coal Plants Made a Comeback in 2023

The country, along with India, is still building power stations that run on coal. Elsewhere, retirements of older plants have slowed.

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Hamas Leader Ismail Haniyeh Defiant After Israeli Strike Kills 3 of His Sons

Israel confirmed the killing of the sons of the Hamas political leader, Ismail Haniyeh, and said all three were Hamas military operatives.

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