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Israeli Defense Chief Rebuffs French Effort to End Israel-Hezbollah Fighting
The United States, France and other mediators have sought for months to reach an agreement that would stop the tit-for-tat missile strikes over Israel’s border with Lebanon.

By Aaron Boxerman, Euan Ward and Aurelien Breeden

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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IsraelLebanonFranceHezbollahHamas
Akos Stiller for The New York Times
A Hungarian Rapper’s Bandwagon Gets an Unlikely New Rider
Azahriah, who has rapped about the joy of cannabis, has shot to fame in Hungary. That may explain why he has been applauded by the country’s conservative leader, Viktor Orban.

By Andrew Higgins

Published on : Sat Jun 15 2024

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HungaryFidesz PartyOrban, Viktor
Jason Andrew for The New York Times
F.B.I. Director Makes Rare Visit to Africa as Terrorism Threat Grows
The Islamic State and Al Qaeda consider Africa ‘very fertile ground,’ said Christopher A. Wray, who is meeting with officials in Nigeria and Kenya.

By Eric Schmitt

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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KenyaNigeriaSahel (Africa)SomaliaAl QaedaIslamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)Shabab
Erin Schaff/The New York Times
A Tense Debate Erupts at the G7, This Time Over Abortion Rights
Wording in the summit’s final statement led to a diplomatic tug of war, primarily between the United States and Italy.

By Erica L. Green and Emma Bubola

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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ItalyGroup of SevenBiden, Joseph R JrMeloni, Giorgia (1977- )
Matt Porteous, via Kensington Palace
‘Good Days and Bad Days’: Princess of Wales Gives Update on Cancer
In a message to the public, Catherine said she would attend King Charles’s birthday parade this weekend and wrote candidly about “knowing I am not out of the woods yet.”

By Mark Landler

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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Eyad Baba/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Carnage and Contradiction: Examining a Deadly Strike in Rafah
Israel said it took care to avoid harming civilians when it targeted two Hamas fighters. An investigation shows civilian casualties were almost inevitable.

By Bilal Shbair, Iyad Abuheweila, Neil Collier, Cassandra Vinograd, Christiaan Triebert and Lauren Leatherby

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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Gaza StripRafah (Gaza Strip)Netanyahu, BenjaminGallant, Yoav
Oli Scarff/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Chinese Swimmers Twice Tested Positive for Drugs. They Kept on Swimming.
Three athletes who failed drug tests before the 2021 Olympics had tested positive for a powerful steroid several years earlier. They were not suspended in either incident.

By Michael S. Schmidt and Tariq Panja

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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ChinaWorld Anti-Doping Agency
Erin Schaff/The New York Times
At the G7, Biden Can’t Escape the Shadow of the Gaza War
The president was miffed when, expecting to talk about a security pact with Ukraine, he was asked for updates on the Gaza cease-fire plan.

By Erica L. Green

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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Bari (Italy)Gaza StripIsraelGroup of SevenSecurity Council (UN)Biden, Joseph R JrZelensky, Volodymyr
Erin Schaff/The New York Times
G7 Leaders, Expanding the Circle, Shift Focus to Migration and the South
Leaders from India, Brazil, the Middle East and Africa joined discussions in a nod to the changing global balance of power.

By Mark Landler and Steven Erlanger

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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Pierre Vauthey/Sygma, via Getty Images
A France in Turmoil Mourns Françoise Hardy, Its Voice of Melancholy Cool
An overwhelming outpouring of tributes felt like a quest for some anchor in shared memory.

By Roger Cohen

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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FranceNational Rally (France)Dylan, BobHardy, FrancoiseLe Pen, MarineJagger, MickMacron, Emmanuel (1977- )Rabanne, Paco
Simone Risoluti/Vatican Media
Stephen Colbert and Whoopi Goldberg Met the Pope in the Vatican. No Joke.
Francis hosted an audience with over 100 comic entertainers, also including Chris Rock, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Conan O’Brien. He said there was much to learn from them.

By Elisabetta Povoledo

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

worldeurope
Vatican CityRoman Catholic ChurchFrancisColbert, Stephen
Erin Schaff/The New York Times
G7 Agrees to $50 Billion Ukraine Loan Backed by Russian Assets. How Will It Work?
The United States and others plan to give the sum to Kyiv, with the interest from Moscow’s assets frozen in the West used to repay it. But many of the details about the arrangement are unclear.

By Steven Erlanger

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

worldeurope
UkraineGroup of Seven
Alex Grimm/Getty Images
The Most Important Man in Germany This Month Is Its Soccer Coach
Julian Nagelsmann was hired to win a European Championship on home soil. Can he restore a divided nation’s self-esteem at the same time?

By Rory Smith and Christopher F. Schuetze

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

worldeurope
GermanyNagelsmann, Julian (1987- )
Joao Silva/The New York Times
Ramaphosa Gets Second Term in South Africa, but Coalition Is Fragile
A new government led by the African National Congress gave Cyril Ramaphosa another term as president, though he faces challenges in Parliament.

By John Eligon and Lynsey Chutel

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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South AfricaAfrican National CongressDemocratic Alliance (South Africa)Ramaphosa, CyrilZuma, Jacob G
Thomas Simonetti for The New York Times
War Veterans and Family Testify at Al Qaeda Commander’s War Crimes Tribunal
Victims of insurgent attacks in wartime Afghanistan described their loss to a jury at Guantánamo Bay to give a human face to a written guilty plea.

By Carol Rosenberg

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

uspolitics
AfghanistanGuantanamo Bay Naval Base (Cuba)Al Qaedabin Laden, Osama
Ralf Hirschberger/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Another Summer to Remember? For Germany: So Far, So Great.
A 5-1 thrashing of Scotland in the opening game of Euro 2024 was a good omen for a host nation in search of one.

By Rory Smith

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

worldeurope
Germany
Fredrik Persson/EPA, via Shutterstock
U.S. Designates Largest Neo-Nazi Group in Sweden as Terrorist Organization
The Nordic Resistance Movement and three of its leaders were labeled terrorists in a rare move by the State Department targeting white supremacists.

By Adam Goldman

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

uspolitics
SwedenScandinaviaState DepartmentNordic Resistance Movement (Sweden)
Nanna Heitmann for The New York Times
Putin Makes Cease-Fire Offer With Sweeping Demands on Ukraine’s Territory
Ukraine denounced the offer, saying that Mr. Putin was “afraid of real peace.” The Russian leader made the remarks one day before a peace summit organized by Kyiv.

By Ivan Nechepurenko and Paul Sonne

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

worldeurope
RussiaUkrainePutin, Vladimir V
Erin Schaff/The New York Times
Ukraine Welcomes Pledges of More Military Aid With Cautious Optimism
Kyiv signed security pacts with several Western allies this week. Whether they will fundamentally change the course of the war, or endure beyond looming elections elsewhere, is unclear.

By Constant Méheut

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

worldeurope
Ukraine
Lisa Bennett for The New York Times
‘No Talent Involved’: How Bad TikToks Boosted a Curry House
Urban Tandoor, an Indian restaurant in southwest England, is using terrible music video parodies made by its staff to bring in new and younger guests.

By Isabella Kwai

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

worldeurope
TikTok (ByteDance)
Aurelien Morissard/Associated Press
Parisians on TikTok Plead: ‘Don’t Come’ to Paris for the Olympics
Parisians are using the social media app to vent their displeasure with hosting the Games — and to send warnings to tourists.

By Dodai Stewart

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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Paris (France)TikTok (ByteDance)
Jack Guez/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Hamas Spokesman Says ‘No One Has Any Idea’ How Many Hostages Remain Alive
Of the roughly 250 people kidnapped during the Oct. 7 attacks, 120 are believed to remain in Gaza. Israel believes at least third of them have died.

By Victoria Kim

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

worldmiddleeast
Gaza StripHamasCNNHamdan, Osama
David Kirton/Reuters
Guilty Verdict for Chinese Activists Who Gave #MeToo Victims a Voice
Huang Xueqin, a journalist, and Wang Jianbing, a labor activist, were convicted of subversion, a vaguely worded charge long seen as a tool for muzzling dissent.

By Alexandra Stevenson and Zixu Wang

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

worldasia
ChinaCommunist Party of ChinaHuang Xueqin
Ivor Prickett for The New York Times
Capturing a ‘Mosaic of Shifting Battle Fronts’ in Sudan
Declan Walsh, the chief Africa correspondent for The Times, reported from a country where few journalists have gained entry amid a civil war.

By Declan Walsh

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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SudanKhartoum (Sudan)AfricaRapid Support Forces (Sudan)
via Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Geneviève de Galard, French ‘Angel’ of Dien Bien Phu, Dies at 99
A nurse, she tended to the wounded as the French were under fateful attack by Viet Minh forces in 1954. Hailed in France and the U.S., she was given a ticker-tape parade down Broadway.

By Adam Nossiter

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

worldeurope
VietnamFrancede Galard, Genevieve (1925-2024)
Julia Bergin
Snow or No Snow, Australia’s Winter Resorts Are Open
Business owners say it’s hard to keep pace with the country’s sporadic snow conditions and spontaneous skiers.

By Julia Bergin

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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Australia
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
Friday Briefing
A $50 billion loan for Ukraine.

By Daniel E. Slotnik

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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Andrew Testa for The New York Times
In Picture-Postcard English Villages, a Seismic Political Shift Is Underway
As chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt also represents a district where his Conservative Party traditionally counts on rock-solid support. Not anymore.

By Stephen Castle and Andrew Testa

Published on : Fri Jun 14 2024

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Conservative Party (Great Britain)Labour Party (Great Britain)Liberal Democrats (Great Britain)Reform UK (British Political Party)Farage, Nigel (1964- )Hunt, Jeremy
Erin Schaff/The New York Times
Will Biden’s Help for Ukraine Come Fast Enough and Last Long Enough?
The president signed a 10-year security pact with Ukraine and promised, with E.U. help, a $50 billion loan. But will the money arrive in time to turn the tide, and will the deal outlast the election in November?

By David E. Sanger

Published on : Thu Jun 13 2024

worldeurope
Group of SevenEuropean UnionBiden, Joseph R JrZelensky, VolodymyrPutin, Vladimir V
Abir Sultan/EPA, via Shutterstock
Israel and Hezbollah Trade Strikes as Fighting Intensifies
Israel was reported to have stepped up missile and artillery strikes in southern Gaza while also hitting Hezbollah military targets in Lebanon.

By Hiba Yazbek, Abu Bakr Bashir, Aaron Boxerman and Euan Ward

Published on : Thu Jun 13 2024

worldmiddleeast
IsraelGaza StripLebanonHezbollah
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
Friday Briefing: A $50 Billion G7 Loan to Ukraine
Also, China’s push into driverless cars and the dangers of hair relaxers.

By Amelia Nierenberg

Published on : Thu Jun 13 2024

worldasia
Far East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific Areas
Stephane De Sakutin/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Snap Election in France Sets Off a Wild Week of Politics
President Emmanuel Macron’s sudden call for new parliamentary elections has created chaos on the right and fostered rare unity on the left.

By Aurelien Breeden

Published on : Thu Jun 13 2024

worldeurope
FranceNational Rally (France)Republicans, The (France)Socialist Party (France)Attal, GabrielBardella, Jordan (1995- )Ciotti, EricMacron, Emmanuel (1977- )Marechal-Le Pen, Marion (1989- )Zemmour, Eric
Osamah Abdulrahman/Associated Press
U.S. Strikes Targets in Yemen as Houthis Step Up Attacks on Red Sea Ships
The strikes came as the Houthis intensified their campaign in the Red Sea, firing missiles toward two ships on Thursday after crippling a vessel the previous day, maritime security monitors said.

By Anjana Sankar

Published on : Thu Jun 13 2024

worldmiddleeast
Red SeaYemenHouthis
Mahmoud Issa/Reuters
Why a Gaza Cease-Fire Is So Elusive
Both sides are pursuing maximalist demands, jockeying for a deal that will determine the fate of postwar Gaza — and allow them to declare victory.

By Isabel Kershner

Published on : Thu Jun 13 2024

worldmiddleeast
IsraelGaza StripQatarHamasBiden, Joseph R JrNetanyahu, Benjamin
Tore Topp/Royal Canadian Geographical Society, via Associated Press
Wreckage of Shackleton’s Last Ship Is Found Off Coast of Canada
Ernest Shackleton was sailing for Antarctica on the ship, called the Quest, when he died in 1922. Researchers exulted over the discovery of its wreckage, 62 years after it sank in the Labrador Sea.

By Hank Sanders

Published on : Thu Jun 13 2024

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Shackleton, Ernest
Naila Ruechel for The New York Times
What to Know About Chemical Hair Relaxers and Health
A growing body of evidence shows a link between these products and a number of health disorders in Black women.

By Linda Villarosa

Published on : Thu Jun 13 2024

magazine
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
Japan Commits $4.5 Billion for Ukraine, Zelensky Says
The agreement underscores Japan’s efforts to strengthen its security and diplomatic ties with Europe after the full-scale conflict began in 2022.

By Tim Balk

Published on : Thu Jun 13 2024

worldeurope
JapanUkraineGroup of SevenKishida, FumioZelensky, Volodymyr
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