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World News
Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times
For Many Ukrainians, It’s Been a 10-Year War, Not a 2-Year One
Russia’s invasion came in two phases, many Ukrainians say: the first a decade ago, when it sent soldiers over the border in an unacknowledged military intervention, and the second when it began its full assault two years ago.

By Andrew E. Kramer and The New York Times

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

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RussiaUkraineYanukovych, Viktor FBakanov, IvanZelensky, Volodymyr
Mohammed Saber/EPA, via Shutterstock
Middle East Crisis: Netanyahu Pushes for Indefinite Military Control Over Gaza
The Israeli prime minister released his most detailed vision yet for Gaza after fighting ends.

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times
As Gaza War Grinds On, Israel Prepares for a Prolonged Conflict
While Israeli forces have delivered a major blow to Hamas in a fight that has taken a devastating toll on civilians, the group that led the Oct. 7 attack on Israel remains a threat, officials say.

By Adam Rasgon and Aaron Boxerman

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

worldeurope
Gaza StripIsraelHamasNetanyahu, Benjamin
Benoit Tessier/Reuters
Can Gabriel Attal Win Over France?
The new prime minister wants to succeed President Macron. But first he must see off the far right and define himself before a restive public.

By Roger Cohen

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

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EuropeFranceInstitut d'Etudes Politiques de ParisLa Republique en MarcheAttal, GabrielLe Pen, MarineMacron, Emmanuel (1977- )Philippe, EdouardRuffin, Francois (1975- )Sejourne, Stephane
Finbarr O'Reilly for The New York Times
Inside the Hospitals Treating Brain Injuries in Ukraine
Two years of war has resulted in thousands of combat-related brain injuries. We followed surgeons and soldiers on the road to recovery.

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

Eduardo Soteras/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Africa’s Donkeys Are Coveted by China. Can the Continent Protect Them?
Governments are seeking to curb donkey skin exports to China, where demand for traditional medicine and other products is threatening animals that rural households need.

By Elian Peltier, Keith Bradsher and Siyi Zhao

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

worldafrica
AfricaAfrican UnionUniversity of Sydney
Alberto Saiz/Associated Press
At Least 4 Die as Fire Engulfs High-Rise Complex in Spain
The blaze spread quickly in a pair of buildings in Valencia, Spain’s third largest city.

By Rachel Chaundler

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

worldeurope
Valencia (Spain)
Bernadett Szabo/Reuters
Swedish Premier Visits Hungary in Effort to Lift Roadblock to NATO Membership
Viktor Orban, the Hungarian prime minister, now says a deal on military cooperation could help persuade his party’s lawmakers to back Sweden’s accession to the alliance.

By Andrew Higgins

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

worldeurope
HungarySwedenNorth Atlantic Treaty OrganizationKristersson, UlfOrban, Viktor
Maxim Shemetov/Reuters
Unpredictable Strongman? Two Years Into War, Putin Embraces the Image.
Vladimir Putin is drawing on history to position himself in the realm of Russian rulers of the past. Critics say his grip on power is not as strong as it seems.

By Anton Troianovski

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

worldeurope
RussiaUkraineAvdiivka (Ukraine)Putin, Vladimir V
Maxim Shemetov/Reuters
Navalny’s Mother Says Authorities Are ‘Blackmailing’ Her Over Son’s Remains
She said Russian authorities told her they would not release his remains unless she agreed to a “secret funeral.” Meanwhile, Aleksei Navalny’s widow met with President Biden.

By Anton Troianovski and Ivan Nechepurenko

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

worldeurope
RussiaPutin, Vladimir V
Nicole Osborne/The Canadian Press, via Associated Press
Canadian Judge Rules the Killing of Four Muslims Was Terrorism
Members of the Afzaal family were run down by a young man who harbored white supremacist beliefs and who targeted them because they were Muslim.

By Ian Austen

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

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London (Ontario)Afzaal, Salman (d 2021)Afzaal, Talat (d 2021)Salman, Madiha (d 2021)Afzaal, Yumna (d 2021)
Isaac Esquivel/EPA, via Shutterstock
Mexico’s President Faces Inquiry for Disclosing Phone Number of Times Journalist
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico has repeatedly made attacks on members of the news media in a country that is one of the world’s deadliest for journalists.

By Simon Romero

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

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MexicoNew York Times CompanyCommittee to Protect JournalistsDrug Enforcement AdministrationLopez Obrador, Andres Manuel
Sam Tarling/Getty Images
Shamima Begum, Who Joined ISIS as a Teen, Loses Latest Bid to Regain U.K. Citizenship
An appeals court upheld a decision that means Ms. Begum, who has been living in a refugee camp in Syria since 2019, remains effectively stateless.

By Megan Specia

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

worldeurope
Great BritainLondon (England)SyriaIslamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)Begum, ShamimaJavid, Sajid (1969- )Sultana, Kadiza
Tamati Smith for The New York Times
The Regional Immigration Realities That Australia’s Politicians Overlook
Immigrants can fill roles that are too often quickly vacated by Australians, but immigration roadblocks make becoming permanent employees impossible.

By Julia Bergin

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

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AustraliaAlice Springs (Australia)
Tom Brenner for The New York Times
U.S. Imposes Major New Sanctions on Russia, Targeting Finance and Defense
The Biden administration, responding to the death of Aleksei A. Navalny, unveiled its largest sanctions package to date as the war in Ukraine enters its third year.

By Alan Rappeport

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

business
RussiaUkraineCommerce DepartmentEuropean UnionGroup of SevenTreasury DepartmentBiden, Joseph R JrNavalny, Aleksei APutin, Vladimir V
Maansi Srivastava/The New York Times
Visiting Ukraine, Schumer Aims to Pressure G.O.P. to Take Up Aid Bill
The top Senate Democrat is leading a delegation to show solidarity as Ukraine fights off a Russian assault and to push the G.O.P.-led House to drop its opposition to sending more U.S. aid to Kyiv.

By Karoun Demirjian

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

uspolitics
Democratic PartySenateRepublican PartyHouse of RepresentativesSchumer, Charles EJohnson, Mike (1972- )
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
Friday Briefing
Two years of war in Ukraine.

By Amelia Nierenberg and Daniel E. Slotnik

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

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Kiran Ridley/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
France Will Cut Spending as It Sees a Weaker Economy Ahead
War, high interest rates and slowdowns in major trade partners are trimming tax revenue and forcing the government in Paris to scale back.

By Liz Alderman

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

business
EuropeFranceEuropean UnionMacron, Emmanuel (1977- )Le Maire, Bruno
Fatima Shbair/Associated Press
Israel Steps Up Attacks in Gaza Amid Cease-Fire Talks
Strikes overnight killed nearly 100, seven of them in Rafah, as officials said there had been momentum on a deal to free some Israeli hostages in exchange for Palestinian prisoners.

By Hiba Yazbek and Thomas Fuller

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

worldmiddleeast
Cairo (Egypt)Gaza StripIsraelRafah (Gaza Strip)West BankHamasGantz, BennyNetanyahu, Benjamin
Yahya Arhab/EPA, via Shutterstock
Biden Lawyers Wrestle With Lack of Congressional Blessing for Houthi Conflict
Civilian prosecutors took custody of 14 wartime detainees, and an official asserted that a key part of the War Powers Resolution did not apply.

By Charlie Savage

Published on : Fri Feb 23 2024

uspolitics
YemenGaza StripIranIsraelRed SeaHamasHouthisJustice DepartmentBiden, Joseph R Jr
Thomas Peter/Reuters
As China Expands Its Hacking Operations, a Vulnerability Emerges
New revelations underscore the degree to which China has ignored, or evaded, U.S. efforts to curb its extensive computer infiltration efforts.

By Julian E. Barnes and David E. Sanger

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

uspolitics
ChinaVolt Typhoon (Hacking Group)
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
Friday Briefing: Two Years of War in Ukraine
Also, an attempt at a moon landing.

By Amelia Nierenberg

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

worldasia
Far East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific Areas
Pete Marovich for The New York Times
Biden Called Putin a ‘Crazy S.O.B.’ The Kremlin Called Biden a ‘Cowboy.’
The comments were a blunt tit-for-tat between the two adversaries.

By Zolan Kanno-Youngs

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

uspolitics
RussiaNavalny, Aleksei ABiden, Joseph R JrPutin, Vladimir VTrump, Donald J
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
U.S. Campaign to Isolate Russia Shows Limits After 2 Years of War
Many nations insist on not taking sides in the war in Ukraine, while China, India and Brazil are filling Russia’s coffers.

By Edward Wong and Michael Crowley

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

uspolitics
RussiaUkraineIndiaChinaBrazilBiden, Joseph R JrPutin, Vladimir V
Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times
Navalny and the Mirage of a Different Russia
Aleksei Navalny symbolized a possibility for Russia. His death symbolizes its end.

By Amanda Taub

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

worldeurope
RussiaNavalny, Aleksei APutin, Vladimir V
Dake Kang/Associated Press
China’s Hacker Network: What to Know
Documents leaked on a public website show that China is hiring private hackers to obtain sensitive information from foreign companies and governments.

By J. Edward Moreno

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

business
ChinaGitHub IncMinistry of State Security of the People's Republic of China
Alejandro Cegarra for The New York Times
U.S. Examined Allegations of Cartel Ties to Allies of Mexico’s President
The inquiry examined accusations of potential links between drug traffickers and close confidants of the president while he governed the country.

By Alan Feuer and Natalie Kitroeff

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

worldamericas
MexicoDrug Enforcement AdministrationH-2 CartelJustice DepartmentSinaloa CartelZetasLopez Obrador, Andres ManuelBiden, Joseph R JrCienfuegos Zepeda, Salvador
Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
San Diego Zoo Could Be First in U.S. to Get Pandas From China Again
China said it reached agreements with zoos to again send giant pandas to the United States and Europe, continuing a tradition of animal-based diplomacy.

By Claire Moses

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

us
ChinaSan Diego Zoo
Dimitar Dilkoff/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Eiffel Tower Is Closed for 4th Day as Its Workers Strike
Unions worry that a fee paid to the city of Paris could cut into the repair budget. But the company that manages the monument said an “ambitious” investment plan would keep the tower in shape.

By Aurelien Breeden

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

worldeurope
Paris (France)FranceEiffel, Gustave (1832-1923)
International Herald Tribune
1974: 5 More Miners Hurt in South Africa Riots
It was the latest outbreak of intertribal unrest at a gold mine in Free State. The situation was under control at midnight, officials said.

By The International Herald Tribune

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

worldafrica
South Africa
Alex Wong/Getty Images
Israel Joins Cease-Fire Talks in Paris
An Israeli delegation was meeting with officials from Egypt, Qatar and the United States, the latest attempt to advance a deal for a cease-fire and the release of hostages.

By Aaron Boxerman, Adam Rasgon, Julian E. Barnes and Zolan Kanno-Youngs

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

worldmiddleeast
IsraelQatarEgyptMossadMcGurk, Brett HBurns, William J
Press Association, via Associated Press
A Billionaire Bought a Chunk of Manchester United. Now He Has to Fix It.
Jim Ratcliffe spent $1.5 billion for a 25 percent stake in his boyhood English soccer club. On Wednesday, he laid out his vision.

By Tariq Panja

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

worldeurope
Manchester United (Soccer Team)English Premier LeagueRatcliffe, James
Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times
As Gaza Death Toll Mounts, Israel’s Isolation Grows
A worsening humanitarian crisis has brought a wave of condemnation against Israel’s ongoing military operation, and is testing the support of even its staunchest ally, the United States.

By Mark Landler

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

worldmiddleeast
Mahmoud Illean/Associated Press
Shooting Near a West Bank Checkpoint Kills at Least 1
Three Palestinians used automatic weapons to fire from a car toward a traffic jam at the checkpoint, on a highway between a large Israeli settlement and Jerusalem, the Israeli police said.

By Adam Sella

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

worldmiddleeast
West Bank
Reuters
Ship Crashes Into Bridge in China, Killing 5
Several vehicles plummeted from the crossing, part of which collapsed, in the southern city of Guangzhou, the authorities said.

By Joy Dong and Yan Zhuang

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

worldasia
Guangdong Province (China)Guangzhou (China)China Central Television
Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times
New Freighters Could Ease Red Sea Cargo Disruptions
Analysts and shipping executives say they expect costs to fall later this year as companies receive vessels they ordered two to three years ago.

By Peter Eavis

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

businesseconomy
Red SeaSuez CanalHouthisMaersk Line
Vladimir Zivojinovic for The New York Times
Bosnia’s Dysfunction Snarls Efforts to Curb Moscow’s Reach in the Balkans
The United States and Europe have championed a new pipeline to bring gas to Bosnia and cut supplies from Russia. But the project has been stalled by feuding among ethnic groups.

By Andrew Higgins

Published on : Thu Feb 22 2024

worldeurope
Bosnia and HerzegovinaCroatiaDodik, Milorad
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