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The collapsed tunnel in Silkyara, Uttarakhand, is seen as another case of infrastructure pitfalls that could have been avoided in the course of the country’s much…
International mediators are hoping to extend the pause in the violence so that more aid can reach families in Gaza and more hostages can be released.
Russia so far has provided no evidence of its claim that the American journalist is a spy, charges his employer and the State Department vehemently deny.
CIA Director William Burns has taken on a central role navigating the Israel-Hamas hostage crisis for President Biden.
Mary Nisbet, the Countess of Elgin, helped fund the taking of the Parthenon sculptures. Her divorce from Lord Elgin may have contributed to his need to…
The new government halted a plan to outlaw smoking, a move critics call “a huge win for the tobacco industry” and “an act of idiocy” for…
Israel added 50 Palestinian women and girls to a list of prisoners slated for potential release, in exchange for hostages held by Hamas in Gaza.
Taiwan’s presidential election on Jan. 13 will hinge on who voters think is best placed to handle Chinese threats and work with the U.S. to mitigate…
Under international law, the practice of administrative detention is supposed to be used only in exceptional circumstances. It has become more the norm in the West…
Analysis of satellite imagery reveals the latest damage across Gaza since the start of the Israel-Gaza war.
The stories of hostages kidnapped by Hamas are emerging, slowly and in fragments, as dozens of women and children are released from Gaza during a pause…
Masha Gessen, a dual Russian-U.S. citizen, is a staff writer for the New Yorker and the author of “The Future Is History: How Totalitarianism Reclaimed Russia.”
Wael Hana’s extensive ties to the Egyptian government included arranging the shipment of military equipment from the U.S., associates say.
The U.N. Climate Change Conference in Dubai will bring together negotiators from nearly 200 countries. Here’s what to know.
Negotiations are still underway to extend the pause but both sides have welcomed keeping the guns silent beyond the original four days.
The SpaceX founder said he found it “troubling” to see the joy on the faces of Hamas militants as they killed innocent people.
Buasri Jirachart’s son Manee Jirachart was among 17 Thai hostages released this weekend. “It was like a mountain was lifted off my chest,” she said.
Hostages released by Hamas in the first three days of a pause in fighting include relatives from a kibbutz, 17 Thai nationals and an American Israeli…
Israeli Americans who have joined the Gaza war say they were galvanized by Hamas’s attack, but some lament the civilian bloodshed and wonder how long the…
While Israelis have rejoiced at hostages’ return to their families during a short-lived pause, there is near unanimous support for continuing the Gaza war.
Six former residents say there were multiple incidents of rape and other abuse of children by volunteers, caregivers and even other children.
Officials on both sides say they are open to extending the pause to release more hostages and prisoners — though Israel has vowed to resume the…
In the 21st century, Europe’s far right is firmly ensconced in the mainstream, and reflects political attitudes no longer harbored simply by a fringe minority.
The attempted seizure came after at least two other vessels were similarly attacked in incursions believed to have had ties to the Israel-Hamas conflict.
With a four-day truce in Gaza due to expire Tuesday, aid groups rushed to increase deliveries to the enclave and families braced for renewed fighting.
The United Arab Emirates, host of COP28, is building solar projects that could power a small city. It is also producing oil like never before.
More than 100,000 women may have been raped during the two-year civil war in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region, according to the most comprehensive study.
The odd symbiosis endured — through years of escalations and accommodations, hopes of calm and periods of chaos — until now.
Thirteen Israelis and four Thai nationals held in Gaza since Oct. 7 were released on the second day of the pause in fighting, in exchange for…
The temporary truce between Israel and Hamas has brought limited relief to residents of Gaza who fled home and lived weeks with little food, water or…
The return of prisoners has been a small shot of relief amid what people in the West Bank say is the most devastating war since the…
He put historians in two categories: the “parachutists” with a sweeping take on events, and the “truffle hunters” such as him who sought telling details.
The Brazilian government and police are investigating in the wake of Taylor Swift’s Nov. 17 show, in which one woman died and hundreds fainted.
Ahead of a deal with Hamas, Israel’s Justice Ministry has published a list of Palestinian prisoners who are candidates for release. Here’s what to know.
Ukraine intends to use the teens’ testimony as evidence that Russia is systematically removing Ukrainian children from their homes and culture.
Thirteen Israelis, 10 Thai nationals and one Philippine national were among the first hostages to be released on Friday, officials said.
The Al-Qassem Brigades, Hamas’ fighting force, cited failures by Israel in allowing the delivery of humanitarian relief to the besieged Gaza Strip.
Russia launches major drone attack on Kyiv, breaking a weeks-long lull in the Ukrainian capital.
The latest victory came in the socially liberal Netherlands, where hard-right icon Geert Wilders landed a shocking first place finish in parliamentary elections.
E.U. officials trekking to Kyiv this week are unlikely to address Ukraine’s many requests.
French naval forces in January seized thousands of assault rifles, machine guns and anti-tank missiles in the Gulf of Oman coming from Iran heading to Yemen’s…
“The EU stands by Ukraine as firmly as ever,” European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen tweeted after she arrived in Kyiv.
Syria has dismissed the global chemical weapons watchdog’s statement that said investigators found “reasonable grounds to believe” Syria’s air force dropped two cylinders of chlorine gas…
The nonbinding motion says the ethnic minority group faces “pressure and intimidation” to return to China, where they risk torture, detention and forced labor.
Rio de Janeiro’s brutal summer heat has reached 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit) on some recent days, sending locals to cool off at the beach
Interpol says police in southeastern France have arrested a convicted murderer linked to Italy’s most powerful organized crime group, the ’ndrangheta, who was on the run…
Israeli police have arrested an American tourist after he allegedly knocked down and broke a statue of Jesus in a church in Jerusalem’s Old City
German authorities say that nine men suspected of involvement in blowing up dozens of cash machines in Germany and stealing some 5.2 million euros (nearly $5.7…
The U.K. government says it will hold a public inquiry into whether the deadliest bombing in Northern Ireland’s decades of violence could have been prevented
An Iranian director who was arrested last summer, weeks before his latest film was released to widespread acclaim, has gone on hunger strike
From U.S. M1 Abrams to German Leopard 2 tanks, Kyiv’s allies have agreed to elaborate weapons requests that once made them balk.
With an invitation to China’s president, meetings with OPEC, and a diplomatic trip to Africa, the Kremlin aims to show it is not isolated.
Iran has formally blamed Israel for a drone attack that targeted a military workshop in its central city of Isfahan over the weekend, warning that it…
Israel’s attorney general says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must not be involved in an overhaul of the country’s judicial system proposed by his government
A new report says that Israel’s West Bank settler population now makes up more than half a million people
The pope led the crowd in song and brought the house down with his condemnation of corruption — a scourge in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Pranksters at conveyor belt sushi restaurants have been trending on Japanese social media this past week — but not in a good way.
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Los ministros de exteriores de Ucrania y los tres países bálticos anunciaron el martes que boicotearán una reunión de la Organización para la Seguridad y la…
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