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Israel’s Supreme Court Rules the Military Must Draft Ultra-Orthodox Jews
The court ruled there was no basis to exempt the ultra-Orthodox from service, a decision that threatened to split Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government amid the war in Gaza.

By Aaron Boxerman

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

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Luis Tato/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Live Updates: Casualties Reported as Police Fire on Protesters in Kenya
Demonstrators breached the parliament building to protest the passage of a bill that raises taxes. At least four people were shot, one fatally, the independent Kenya Human Rights Commission said.

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times
Russia Committed Human Rights Violations in Crimea, European Court Finds
The European Court of Human Rights listed multiple violations. Its findings paint a grim picture of life under a decade of Russian occupation.

By Lynsey Chutel

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

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Crimea (Ukraine)RussiaMoscow (Russia)UkraineEuropean Court of Human Rights
Eyad Baba/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Middle East Crisis: Half a Million in Gaza Face Starvation, Report Says
A U.N.-backed panel of experts said Israel’s war in Gaza had created a catastrophic lack of food, but stopped short of declaring a famine in the territory.

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

Stephane De Sakutin/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
France’s Far-Right National Rally Rebranded Itself. Here’s How.
Many long considered Marine Le Pen’s party too extreme to be anywhere close to power. Now, the party could win a parliamentary election — and fill the prime minister’s seat.

By Catherine Porter

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

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Rebecca Nduku/Presidential Communication Service
Foreign Police Officers Land on the Ground in Haiti
The first wave of a 2,500-member international force sent to restore order in the gang-plagued Caribbean nation has arrived, but critics worry the plan will fail.

By Frances Robles and Abdi Latif Dahir

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

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HaitiKenyaNew York UniversityRuto, William
Mikhail Klimentyev/Sputnik
I.C.C. Issues Arrest Warrants for 2 Senior Russian Security Officials
Sergei K. Shoigu, the former defense minister, and Gen. Valery V. Gerasimov, the country’s highest-ranking military officer, were accused of directing attacks against civilians.

By Anatoly Kurmanaev

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

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Adriana Loureiro Fernandez for The New York Times
How Venezuela’s Leader Could Stay in Power, No Matter What Voters Want
Four former officials in the government of President Nicolás Maduro describe his options between now and an election that could remove him from power — or solidify his grip.

By Julie Turkewitz and Anatoly Kurmanaev

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

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Andrea DiCenzo for The New York Times
London’s Kew Gardens Has Long Links to Japan. Now the Emperor Is Set to Visit.
Emperor Naruhito and his wife, Empress Masako, are touring the famous botanic gardens this week as part of a state visit to Britain.

By Megan Specia

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

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Brian Inganga/Associated Press
Despite Days of Protests, Kenyan Lawmakers Pass Contentious Tax Rises
A protest movement driven by younger people has been trying to stop the increases, which they say are too onerous. The bill now goes to President William Ruto, who campaigned on helping the poor.

By Abdi Latif Dahir

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

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KenyaRuto, William
RTN, via Associated Press
Year After Failed Mutiny, Russia Tightens Grip on Wagner Units in Africa
Moscow has largely taken over the African operations of the paramilitary group, once led by Yevgeny Prigozhin, who was killed after leading an insurrection against Vladimir Putin.

By Elian Peltier

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

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Dmitry Serebryakov/Associated Press
2 Russian Women Put on a Play. Then the State Came for Them.
The prosecution of a prominent playwright and a director in Russia over their work is a chilling sign of increased repression, cultural figures say.

By Valerie Hopkins

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

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RussiaIslamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)Berkovich, YevgeniaPetriychuk, Svetlana
Sedat Suna/Getty Images
Zelensky Removes a Top General Amid Criticism of Excessive Casualties
The announcement by Ukraine’s president on Monday came hours after a scathing social media post implicitly accused the general of “killing more Ukrainian soldiers than any Russian general.”

By Marc Santora

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

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Yonhap, via Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Deadly Fire Exposes Harsh Conditions Migrant Workers Face in South Korea
Foreigners do dirty, hazardous work, and advocates say the blaze that killed 23 at a battery plant shows that they need better protection.

By Choe Sang-Hun

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

worldasia
South Korea
Vahid Salemi/Associated Press
Strike Kills Sister of Hamas’s Political Leader
Hamas confirmed the death of a sister of Ismail Haniyeh and her family. The Israeli military said it was aware of the reports but could not “currently confirm” that it had struck the Haniyeh family home.

By Hiba Yazbek

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

worldmiddleeast
Gaza StripIsraelHaniya, Ismail
Omar Al-Qattaa/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
What Is a Famine and Who Determines That One Exists?
A group of global experts said that Gaza is at high risk of famine, but stopped short of saying that one had begun. Here’s a closer look at how famine is defined.

By Gaya Gupta

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

worldmiddleeast
Gaza StripIntegrated Food Security Phase ClassificationUnited Nations
Atul Loke for The New York Times
Three Ideas to Beat the Heat, and the People Who Made Them Happen
As temperatures soar around the world, practical experiments are emerging to protect people.

By Somini Sengupta

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

climate
Ahmedabad (India)Athens (Greece)Washington (State)Self-Employed Women's Assn (India)
Michael Hanson for The New York Times
When Sick Pets Need Blood, Animal ‘Superheroes’ Come to the Rescue
Transfusions have become an important part of veterinary medicine, but cat and dog blood is not always easy to come by.

By Emily Anthes

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

science
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An Israeli panel warns Netanyahu over corruption case, and other news.

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

worldmiddleeast
The National Antiterrorism Committee, via Associated Press
Tuesday Briefing
An attack in Dagestan rekindled Russian fears of terrorism.

By Daniel E. Slotnik

Published on : Tue Jun 25 2024

briefing
WikiLeaks, via Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Assange Agrees to Plead Guilty in Exchange for Release, Ending Standoff With U.S.
Barring last-minute snags, the deal would bring to an end a prolonged battle that began after the WikiLeaks founder became alternately celebrated and reviled for revealing state secrets in the 2010s.

By Glenn Thrush and Megan Specia

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

uspolitics
Great BritainWikiLeaksJustice DepartmentAssange, Julian P
Omar Al-Qattaa/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Israeli Strike Kills Health Official, Gazans Say, as Gallant Visits U.S.
Israel’s defense minister, Yoav Gallant, was meeting with the C.I.A. director and the secretary of state on Monday as Israel signaled a potential shift in its military campaign in Gaza.

By Adam Rasgon, Mike Ives and Michael Levenson

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldmiddleeast
Gaza StripIsraelRafah (Gaza Strip)United StatesHamasCentral Intelligence AgencyPalestinian AuthoritySecurity Council (UN)State DepartmentBiden, Joseph R JrBlinken, Antony JBurns, William JGallant, YoavNetanyahu, Benjamin
Associated Press
Attacks in Russia’s Dagestan Region: What to Know
Gunmen killed at least 20 people in attacks in two Dagestan cities. No suspects or motives have been identified, but the region has long been rocked by ethnic and religious violence.

By Eve Sampson

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldeurope
Dagestan (Russia)Caucasus (Russia)RussiaAzerbaijanAfghanistanArmeniaChechnya (Russia)TajikistanSyriaIslamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)Islamic State KhorasanAssad, Bashar al-
The National Antiterrorism Committee, via Associated Press
Tuesday Briefing: Dagestan Attack Revives Terrorism Fears in Russia
Also, a shift in Israel’s focus and extreme heat in Mecca.

By Amelia Nierenberg

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldasia
Far East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific Areas
Carlotta Cardana/Bloomberg
Washington Post Publisher Says He Aided Hack Inquiry. Scotland Yard Had Doubts.
Will Lewis gave a “green light” to delete emails during a major journalism scandal engulfing Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp.

By Jo Becker and Justin Scheck

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldeurope
Great BritainNews CorporationNews of the WorldWashington PostScotland Yard (Metropolitan Police Service)Lewis, William (1969- )Murdoch, RupertBrooks, Rebekah
Mohammed Badra/EPA, via Shutterstock
France’s Far-Right Leader Says the National Rally Is Ready to Govern
If he becomes prime minister after snap elections, Jordan Bardella, the party’s president, said he would represent all. But he also said dual citizens should not hold some “sensitive” jobs.

By Aurelien Breeden

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldeurope
FranceParis (France)National Rally (France)Bardella, Jordan (1995- )Le Pen, MarineMacron, Emmanuel (1977- )
Jack Guez/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
4 Scenarios for Next Phase in Gaza War, With ‘Intense’ Fighting Set to End
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that the conflict is about to enter a new stage. Here are four ways that may play out, both in Gaza and at Israel’s northern border.

By Patrick Kingsley

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

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IsraelLebanonHezbollahHamasNetanyahu, BenjaminGallant, Yoav
Petros Giannakouris/Associated Press
In Greece, Another Tourist Found Dead Amid Scorching Heat Wave
At least 10 foreign tourists have gone missing or been found dead this year in Greece after going for a hike, often in scorching temperatures.

By Niki Kitsantonis

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldeurope
GreeceCrete (Greece)
Fadel Senna/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
More Than 1,000 Hajj Pilgrims Died. Here’s What to Know.
The number of deaths during the annual Islamic pilgrimage raised questions about Saudi Arabia’s preparations for intense heat and unregistered participants.

By Cassandra Vinograd and Vivian Nereim

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldeurope
Mecca (Saudi Arabia)
Arash Khamooshi for The New York Times
Iran’s Onerous Hijab Law for Women Is Now a Campaign Issue
In a sign that a women-led movement has gained ground, all of the men running for president have distanced themselves from the harsh tactics used to enforce mandatory hijab.

By Farnaz Fassihi and Leily Nikounazar

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldmiddleeast
Iran
Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Princess Anne Hospitalized With Minor Injuries
The younger sister of King Charles III sustained a concussion after an incident on Sunday, Buckingham Palace said.

By Mark Landler

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldeurope
Great BritainCharles III, King of the United KingdomAnne, Princess Royal (1950- )
The National Antiterrorism Committee, via Associated Press
Deadly Attack Revives Fears of the Return of Mass Terror in Russia
A deadly assault in the southern region of Dagestan has put a spotlight on the failing of Russian security services amid the war in Ukraine.

By Anatoly Kurmanaev and Ivan Nechepurenko

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldeurope
Dagestan (Russia)Russia
Ebrahim Noroozi/Associated Press
Dissident Rapper’s Death Sentence Overturned in Iran, His Lawyer Says
Toomaj Salehi had been sentenced to death in April after releasing music in support of antigovernment demonstrations two years ago.

By Claire Moses

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldmiddleeast
IranAmini, Mahsa (2000-22)Salehi, Toomaj
Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
The Deadly Flooding Tearing Through Southern China, in Photos
The city of Meizhou reported a “once-in-a-century” flood, with at least 38 people dying in one county alone.

By Vivian Wang and Joy Dong

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldasia
ChinaGuangdong Province (China)Fujian Province (China)Guangxi (China)
The New York Times
How Support for Britain’s Conservative Party Is Collapsing
The party that has dominated British politics through crisis after crisis could secure its lowest share of seats in Parliament in a century.

By Josh Holder

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldeurope
Many African Nations Want France Out. This Country Wants It In.
France is facing deep anticolonial resentment across Africa, but has found a partner in Rwanda, which is embracing French influence despite years of acrimony.

By Abdi Latif Dahir and Guillem Sartorio

Published on : Mon Jun 24 2024

worldafrica
RwandaFranceKigali (Rwanda)Kagame, PaulMacron, Emmanuel (1977- )Berville, Herve
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