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Middle East Crisis: U.N. Official Presses for Urgent Action on Gaza Aid
Sigrid Kaag, the U.N. aid coordinator for Gaza, said Israel had taken steps to improve relief deliveries but called for further measures.

Published on : Thu Apr 25 2024

Mohammed Abed/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Signs Suggest That Invasion of Rafah Is All but Inevitable
Israel says an assault on Gaza’s southernmost city is vital to dismantling Hamas and has proposed evacuating civilians. But more than a million people have taken refuge in the city.

By Steven Erlanger

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldmiddleeast
Gaza StripIsraelRafah (Gaza Strip)HamasBiden, Joseph R JrNetanyahu, Benjamin
Pool photo by Mark Schiefelbein
Blinken Tours China to Promote Some Ties, While the U.S. Severs Others
Tensions over economic ties are running high, threatening to disrupt a fragile cooperation between the U.S. and China.

By Ana Swanson

Published on : Thu Apr 25 2024

businesseconomy
Pool photo by Mark Schiefelbein
These Issues Are Testing the U.S.-China Thaw
Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken is in China this week as tensions have risen over trade, security, Russia’s war on Ukraine and the Middle East crisis.

By Ana Swanson, David Pierson and Olivia Wang

Published on : Thu Apr 25 2024

worldasia
ChinaEast AsiaIsraelIranMiddle EastSouth China SeaUkraineTaiwanUnited StatesRussiaTikTok (ByteDance)State DepartmentAustin, Lloyd J IIIBiden, Joseph R JrBlinken, Antony JWang YiXi Jinping
Marco Bertorello/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
What to Know About Venice’s Fees for Day Trips
Venice is trying to mitigate overtourism with a small fee on busy days. City leaders hope it will make visitors more aware of the city’s fragility.

By Elisabetta Povoledo

Published on : Thu Apr 25 2024

worldeurope
Venice (Italy)
Finbarr O'Reilly for The New York Times
The Battle for a Hilltop Fortress in Eastern Ukraine, Explained
Chasiv Yar has been under relentless attack by Russian forces. Controlling the town would put them in striking distance of key Ukrainian operational and supply centers.

By Marc Santora

Published on : Thu Apr 25 2024

worldeurope
UkraineChasiv YarDonetsk (Ukraine)
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
‘Kharkiv Is Unbreakable’: A Battered City Carries On
For residents of Ukraine’s second-largest city, daily Russian attacks have escalated fears but have not brought life to a standstill.

By Marc Santora and Tyler Hicks

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldeurope
Kharkiv (Ukraine)Russia
David Guttenfelder for The New York Times
Enduring Mayhem: Images From Year 3 of the War in Ukraine
A photographic chronicle of the third year of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldeurope
RussiaUkraine
Daniel Irungu/EPA, via Shutterstock
Flooding Inundates Kenya, Killing at Least 32 and Displacing Thousands
The devastating rains also killed farm animals and destroyed thousands of acres of crops, while major highways were closed and rail services suspended.

By Abdi Latif Dahir and Jesus Jiménez

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldafrica
KenyaNairobi (Kenya)
Ammar Awad/Reuters
Hersh Goldberg-Polin, an Israeli-American Hostage, Is Seen in a Hamas Video
The video appeared to be the first time that Mr. Goldberg-Polin, who was grievously injured in the Hamas-led Oct. 7 attack, has been seen alive since he was taken captive.

By Liam Stack

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldmiddleeast
IsraelHamasGoldberg-Polin, Hersh
Alastair Grant/Associated Press
Spain’s Leader Says He’s Considering Resigning as Wife Faces Investigation
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez put his public duties on hold. He said an inquiry into alleged influence peddling by his wife was politically motivated.

By Rachel Chaundler and Jason Horowitz

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldeurope
SpainVox (Spanish Political Party)Popular Party (Spain)Gomez, Begona (1974- )Sanchez Perez-Castejon, Pedro (1972- )
Carlos Osorio/Reuters
Australian Journalist Says She Was Pushed Out of India
Avani Dias said that she had been denied a visa renewal for weeks because of her reporting on the Sikh separatist movement. Indian officials disputed her account.

By Sameer Yasir and Yan Zhuang

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldasia
Punjab (India)IndiaCanadaAustraliaAustralian Broadcasting CorpNijjar, Hardeep Singh (1977-2023)Trudeau, Justin
Jordan Pettitt/Press Association, via Associated Press
Horses Run Loose Through Central London in Surreal Spectacle
A number of runaway army horses galloped through London on Wednesday morning, causing alarm and injuring pedestrians. All of the animals were eventually recovered.

By Mark Landler

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldeurope
Great BritainLondon (England)River Thames (England)Covent GardenScotland Yard (Metropolitan Police Service)
Team Green Photography
The Only Girls’ Team in a Boys’ Soccer League Has Gone Undefeated
The Queens Park Ladies, an under-12 soccer team in Bournemouth, England, hopes to inspire younger girls to get into the sport after a dominant season against the boys.

By Claire Moses

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldeurope
Bournemouth (England)
Chris Carlson/Associated Press
Five Things to Know About Biden’s New Power Plant Rules
The Biden administration released a major climate regulation aimed at virtually eliminating carbon emissions from coal, the dirtiest of the fossil fuels and a driver of global warming.

By Coral Davenport and Lisa Friedman

Published on : Thu Apr 25 2024

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Environmental Protection AgencyBiden, Joseph R Jr
Nina Riggio for The New York Times
Energy Dept. Aims to Speed Up Permits for Power Lines
The Biden administration has expressed growing alarm that efforts to fight climate change could falter unless the electric grids are quickly expanded.

By Brad Plumer

Published on : Thu Apr 25 2024

climate
Energy DepartmentGranholm, Jennifer M
Ivan Alvarado/Reuters
Mining Giant BHP Makes $39 Billion Bid for Rival Anglo American
The deal would create one of the largest copper miners at a time when demand is soaring for the metal used in many green technologies.

By Melissa Eddy

Published on : Thu Apr 25 2024

business
Anglo American CorpBHP Group
Mohammed Abed/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Thursday Briefing
Signs suggest that Israel will likely invade Rafah.

By Daniel E. Slotnik

Published on : Thu Apr 25 2024

briefing
Iman Al-Dabbagh for The New York Times
‘To the Future’: Saudi Arabia Spends Big to Become an A.I. Superpower
The oil-rich kingdom is plowing money into glitzy events, computing power and artificial intelligence research, putting it in the middle of an escalating U.S.-China struggle for technological influence.

By Adam Satariano and Paul Mozur

Published on : Thu Apr 25 2024

technology
Riyadh (Saudi Arabia)Saudi ArabiaKing Abdullah University of Science and TechnologyMohammed bin Salman (1985- )
Emilio Parra Doiztua for The New York Times
Europe’s Policymakers Get Ready to Lower Rates, Regardless of the Fed
European Central Bank governors are highlighting cooler inflation as a sign the bank could cut interest rates before the Federal Reserve.

By Eshe Nelson

Published on : Thu Apr 25 2024

business
European Central BankEurozoneFederal Reserve SystemCenteno, Mario
Amir Levy/Getty Images
After $15 Billion in Military Aid, Israel Calls Alliance With U.S. ‘Ironclad’
The money from Washington, which includes $5 billion to replenish Israel’s defenses and $1 billion for Gazan civilians, comes as Israel readies to invade Rafah.

By Matt Surman, Michael Levenson, Christopher F. Schuetze and Nick Cumming-Bruce

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldmiddleeast
IsraelUnited Nations Relief and Works AgencyWorld Food ProgramBiden, Joseph R Jr
Mohammed Abed/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Thursday Briefing: Israel Seems Poised to Invade Rafah
Also, details of the U.S. aid package to Ukraine and Taylor Swift’s new album.

By Amelia Nierenberg

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldasia
Far East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific Areas
Mohammed Saber/EPA, via Shutterstock
With Temperatures Soaring, Gazans Swelter in Makeshift Tents
The tents that failed to keep out the cold when many Gazans first fled their homes have now become suffocating as highs surpass 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

By Raja Abdulrahim and Ameera Harouda

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldmiddleeast
Gaza StripIsrael
Matt Roberts/Getty Images
The International Date Line Is ‘Pretty Arbitrary.’ Here’s Why.
That squiggly line through the Pacific where days begin and end has no legal authority and technically doesn’t exist.

By Mike Ives

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldasia
Far East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific AreasCook IslandsGreenwich (England)KiribatiSamoaPhilippinesPacific OceanGoogle MapsWikipediaDrake, Francis
Warangkana Wanichachewa/Associated Press
Myanmar’s Junta Recaptures Town That Was a Significant Gain for Rebels
Resistance soldiers were forced to leave Myawaddy, a key trading center on the border with Thailand, weeks after capturing it.

By Richard C. Paddock

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldasia
MyanmarKaren National Union
Angelos Tzortzinis/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Athens Turns Orange Under a Saharan Dust Cloud
In Photos

By Niki Kitsantonis

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldeurope
Athens (Greece)Sahara DesertGreece
Ramadan Abed/Reuters
After U.N. Report, Germany Says It Will Resume Funding for UNRWA
The announcement was likely to further strain Germany’s longstanding ties with Israel, which have deteriorated because of differences over the war in Gaza.

By Christopher F. Schuetze

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldmiddleeast
GermanyUnited Nations Relief and Works AgencyScholz, Olaf (1958- )
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
Aid to Ukraine Is on the Way. Here’s How It Might Help.
Weapons from the support package, considered “a lifeline” for Ukraine’s military, could be arriving on the battlefield within days.

By Lara Jakes

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldeurope
UkraineRussiaUnited StatesNational Broadcasting CoSenateDefense DepartmentDemocratic PartyRepublican PartyBiden, Joseph R JrZelensky, Volodymyr
Andrew Testa for The New York Times
This Town Had a Reputation Problem. Premier League Soccer Changed Things.
Having a team in the world’s richest sports competition might alter how people think of Luton, a place long dogged by a ramshackle image and links to extremism.

By Rory Smith

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldeurope
EnglandLuton Town (Soccer Team)English Premier LeagueRobinson, Tommy (1982- )
Pool photo by Mark Schiefelbein
Blinken Goes to China With Potential Trouble on Horizon
The secretary of state’s visit comes as Democrats and Republicans are vying to appear tougher on China.

By Vivian Wang

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

worldasia
ChinaShanghai (China)State DepartmentTikTok (ByteDance)
Kenny Holston/The New York Times
Wednesday Briefing
U.S. Senate approves long-stalled foreign aid.

By Daniel E. Slotnik

Published on : Wed Apr 24 2024

briefing
Alexei Nikolsky/Sputnik, via Reuters
Russian Deputy Defense Minister Is Detained on Bribery Charges
Timur Ivanov, who has long been in charge of major military construction projects and known for leading a lavish lifestyle, was held Tuesday on charges of “large scale” corruption.

By Neil MacFarquhar

Published on : Tue Apr 23 2024

worldeurope
RussiaTimur IvanovDmitri SafronovNavalny, Aleksei A
Mohammed Abed/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Israel Plans to Expand ‘Humanitarian Zone’ if It Invades Rafah
An oceanside area currently crowded with displaced Gazans is among the sites being eyed for a larger safe zone for evacuees, a military official said.

By Adam Rasgon

Published on : Tue Apr 23 2024

worldmiddleeast
IsraelRafah (Gaza Strip)Khan Younis (Gaza Strip)Gaza StripHamasBiden, Joseph R Jr
Mandel Ngan/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Wednesday Briefing: Senate Votes on Ukraine Aid
Also, a former tabloid publisher testifies against Donald Trump.

By Amelia Nierenberg

Published on : Tue Apr 23 2024

worldasia
Far East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific Areas
David Walter Banks for The New York Times
New Study Bolsters Idea of Athletic Differences Between Men and Trans Women
Research financed by the International Olympic Committee introduced new data to the unsettled and fractious debate about bans on transgender athletes.

By Jeré Longman

Published on : Tue Apr 23 2024

worldeurope
International Olympic CommitteeCourt of Arbitration for SportThomas, Lia (1999- )
Alexander Zemlianichenko/Associated Press
Russian Court Orders American Journalist to Stay in Prison
Evan Gershkovich, a Wall Street Journal reporter, has been held for more than a year, awaiting trial on spying charges that he, his publisher and the United States vehemently reject.

By Ivan Nechepurenko

Published on : Tue Apr 23 2024

worldeurope
RussiaUnited StatesWall Street JournalGershkovich, Evan
Kenzo Tribouillard/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Italy’s New Abortion Law Is a Lesson in How Meloni Governs
The measure, largely restating existing law, shows the prime minister’s skill at reassuring her right-wing base without sacrificing her increasingly mainstream image.

By Elisabetta Povoledo and Jason Horowitz

Published on : Tue Apr 23 2024

worldeurope
ItalyBrothers of Italy (Italian Political Party)Meloni, Giorgia (1977- )
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