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World News
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They Were Told They Were in a Safe Area. Then Came the Missiles.
Survivors of a strike in Gaza on Saturday that Israel said had targeted Hamas’s top military leader described a scene of carnage, with fire, smoke, blood and bodies everywhere.

By Vivian Yee and Ameera Harouda

Published on : Mon Jul 15 2024

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Hassan Eslih
Israel Struck Twice in Its Attack on Al-Mawasi, Videos and Photos Show
Visual evidence from Saturday’s strike in Gaza that left dozens dead appears to show that the Israeli military launched a separate strike near emergency vehicles.

By Riley Mellen

Published on : Sun Jul 14 2024

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Gaza StripIsraelHamasDeif, Muhammad
Guillem Sartorio for The New York Times
With Rivals Restricted, Kagame Looks Set for Another Term in Rwanda
The Central African nation is voting on a potential fourth term for President Paul Kagame. Opposition figures say they have been threatened and arbitrarily detained.

By Abdi Latif Dahir

Published on : Mon Jul 15 2024

worldafrica
RwandaKigali (Rwanda)Congo, Democratic Republic of (Congo-Kinshasa)AfricaKagame, PaulTshisekedi, FelixRusesabagina, Paul
Noriko Hayashi for The New York Times
The Book Bag That Binds Japanese Society
No rule requires Japan’s elementary school students to wear the boxy, bulky backpack known as the randoseru. But for nearly 150 years, nearly all of them have.

By Motoko Rich and Noriko Hayashi

Published on : Mon Jul 15 2024

worldasia
Japan
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
Ukraine Battles to Contain Russian Advances Across the Front
Russian forces appear to have captured Urozhaine, a southern village taken back by Ukraine last summer. In the east, they are closing in on a key supply road.

By Constant Méheut

Published on : Mon Jul 15 2024

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Aamir Qureshi/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Pakistan Says It Will Ban Party of Jailed Former Leader Imran Khan
The move was widely seen as the latest effort by a weak governing coalition to squash Mr. Khan’s political popularity.

By Christina Goldbaum and Salman Masood

Published on : Mon Jul 15 2024

worldasia
PakistanPakistan Tehreek-e-InsafKhan, ImranSharif, Shahbaz
Narendra Shrestha/EPA, via Shutterstock
New Prime Minister Is Named in Nepal After Government Collapses
K.P. Sharma Oli, who leads the nation’s largest communist party, is to take office on Monday.

By Bhadra Sharma

Published on : Sun Jul 14 2024

worldasia
Kathmandu (Nepal)NepalNepali Congress PartyOli, K P SharmaDahal, Pushpa Kamal
The New York Times
The Chinese Base That Isn’t There
Before and after satellite images show how China transformed one Cambodian navy base.

By Agnes Chang and Hannah Beech

Published on : Sun Jul 14 2024

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Haitham Imad/EPA, via Shutterstock
Close Surveillance Led to Israeli Attack on Hamas Compound
Israel officials had been hoping that a high-ranking Hamas figure, Muhammad Deif, would visit a villa tied to a top lieutenant. They struck when he appeared to be there, officials said.

By Ronen Bergman and Patrick Kingsley

Published on : Sun Jul 14 2024

worldmiddleeast
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Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Who is Muhammad Deif?
Muhammad Deif, an architect of Hamas’s Oct. 7 attack and commander of the group’s military wing, was the focus of an Israeli strike on Saturday.

By Adam Rasgon

Published on : Sat Jul 13 2024

worldmiddleeast
Andrew Testa for The New York Times
From Exile in London, a Crime Novelist Works to Transform Russia
Boris Akunin, the creator of a hugely popular detective series, hopes that fomenting a vibrant Russian culture abroad might undermine President Vladimir V. Putin’s government at home.

By Neil MacFarquhar

Published on : Sun Jul 14 2024

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RussiaUkraineLondon (England)Akunin, Boris
Stephane De Sakutin/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Olympic Torch Reaches Paris in Elegant Style
The flame has been on a long journey since its arrival in May, but hopes that it would bring the country together have foundered on political division.

By Roger Cohen

Published on : Sun Jul 14 2024

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Andy Rain/EPA, via Shutterstock
Are Soccer’s Showcase Games the Riskiest Gig in Music?
Performing before a major match like the Euro 2024 final offers priceless visibility, and the nonzero chance that you’ll be booed.

By Rory Smith and Tariq Panja

Published on : Sun Jul 14 2024

worldeurope
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Javier Soriano/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
A New Prince Leads Spain as It Rules European Soccer Again
A 2-1 victory in the Euro 2024 final extended England’s suffering but crowned a generational star in Spain’s teenage forward, Lamine Yamal.

By Rory Smith

Published on : Sun Jul 14 2024

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SpainReal Madrid (Soccer Team)Southgate, GarethYamal, Lamine (2007- )
Borja Suarez/Reuters
Spanish Police Find Body Where British Teenager Disappeared
Jay Slater disappeared on the Spanish island of Tenerife last month. A missing persons group said Monday that a body had been found with his possessions.

By Amanda Holpuch

Published on : Mon Jul 15 2024

worldeurope
EnglandGreat BritainSpainCanary Islands
Jonathan Brady/Press Association, via Associated Press
Bodies in Suitcases Prompt 2-Day Manhunt and Murder Arrest in U.K.
A grisly discovery last week in Bristol, England, led the police to a 34-year-old man who had stayed with the victims in London.

By Ali Watkins

Published on : Mon Jul 15 2024

worldeurope
Bristol (England)London (England)
Jamie Kelter Davis for The New York Times
The R.N.C. Begins
The latest on the assassination attempt and presidential campaign — plus, an explanation of why childbirth has gotten so expensive.

By the staff of The Morning

Published on : Mon Jul 15 2024

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Trump, Donald J
Naomi Anderson-Subryan
What’s Greenest and Cleanest When Nature Calls?
Conventional toilet paper has a big environmental impact. We’ve got the lowdown on alternatives, from bamboo tissue to bidets.

By Elizabeth Anne Brown

Published on : Mon Jul 15 2024

climate
Major Wildlife/Alamy
Each Year Flying Ants Emerge Across the U.K. And Yes, They’re Annoying.
Winged ants emerge from the soil on hot summer days with one goal: find a mate — fast. These insects are annoying, but experts say they play a vital role in the environment.

By Derrick Bryson Taylor

Published on : Mon Jul 15 2024

worldeurope
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Doug Mills/The New York Times
Monday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know.

By Natasha Frost

Published on : Mon Jul 15 2024

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Doug Mills/The New York Times
Monday Briefing: An Assassination Attempt on Donald Trump
Plus, a major Israeli airstrike in Gaza.

By Daniel E. Slotnik

Published on : Sun Jul 14 2024

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Francois Nel/Getty Images
Catherine, Princess of Wales, Attends Wimbledon Men’s Final
The princess has stepped back from the public eye since her cancer diagnosis earlier this year.

By Amelia Nierenberg

Published on : Sun Jul 14 2024

worldeurope
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Andy Rain/EPA, via Shutterstock
In England, a Changed Nation Hopes for a Change in Soccer Fortunes
After installing a Labour government for the first time in 14 years, the country is looking to a historical precedent as a presage to a long-awaited sporting success.

By Mark Landler

Published on : Sun Jul 14 2024

worldeurope
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Haitham Imad/EPA, via Shutterstock
Israel Launches Major Attack Against a Senior Hamas Commander
The target, Muhammad Deif, was an architect of the Oct. 7 attacks and has been the object of repeated Israeli assassination attempts over decades.

By Ronen Bergman, Patrick Kingsley and Adam Rasgon

Published on : Sat Jul 13 2024

worldmiddleeast
IsraelGaza StripKhan Younis (Gaza Strip)HamasDeif, Muhammad
Arif Ali/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Acquittal for Pakistan’s Khan and Wife in Illegal Marriage Case
But Imran Khan, the popular former prime minister, remains incarcerated for now, and the authorities have indicated that new charges are likely.

By Salman Masood

Published on : Sat Jul 13 2024

worldasia
PakistanKhan, Imran
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Over 100 United Nations member states pledge support for UNRWA, and other news.

Published on : Sat Jul 13 2024

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Thea Traff for The New York Times
Slowing Down Like Scarlett
Take a cue from a movie star: Simplify your life this weekend.

By David Leonhardt

Published on : Sat Jul 13 2024

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Dowd, MaureenJohansson, Scarlett
Fabrizio Costantini for The New York Times
Can Canada Trim Its Reliance on Foreign Labor?
For the first time, the government will set a cap on visas for temporary residents, including temporary workers and students, this fall.

By Vjosa Isai

Published on : Sat Jul 13 2024

worldcanada
Canada
Yuri Kochetkov/EPA, via Shutterstock
Ukraine Is Targeting Crimea, a Critical Base for Russia’s Invasion
Newly armed with deep-strike missiles, Kyiv is trying to degrade Russian abilities on the peninsula, aiming at airfields, air defenses and logistics hubs.

By Marc Santora

Published on : Sat Jul 13 2024

worldeurope
Crimea (Ukraine)RussiaUkraine
Karsten Moran for The New York Times
How Janet Yellen Became an Unlikely Culinary Diplomat
The Treasury secretary views food as a way to connect, and her dining decisions have become the subject of global intrigue.

By Alan Rappeport

Published on : Sat Jul 13 2024

uspolitics
Treasury DepartmentYellen, Janet L
Tamir Kalifa for The New York Times
How Hamas Is Fighting in Gaza: Tunnels, Traps and Ambushes
Hamas overwhelmed Israel’s border in October with a coordinated, large-scale maneuver before committing atrocities. Now, it acts as a guerrilla force, its fighters often disguised as civilians.

By Patrick Kingsley, Natan Odenheimer, Aaron Boxerman, Adam Sella and Iyad Abuheweila

Published on : Sat Jul 13 2024

worldmiddleeast
IsraelGaza StripHamas
Federico Rios for The New York Times
Colombia Faces a New Problem: Too Much Cocaine
Even as production surges, domestic and foreign shifts in the global drug industry have devastated many poor Colombians whose livelihoods are tied to cocaine.

By Genevieve Glatsky and Federico Rios

Published on : Sat Jul 13 2024

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ColombiaRevolutionary Armed Forces of ColombiaPetro, Gustavo
Elke Scholiers for The New York Times
On the Hands of India’s Brides, Reminders of a Stark Wealth Divide
Henna artists’ elaborate designs are a hallmark of Indian weddings. They also highlight a disparity where some are fabulously rich and many earn very little.

By Pragati K.B.

Published on : Sat Jul 13 2024

worldasia
India
Iman Al-Dabbagh for The New York Times
This Soccer Player Wanted to Wear Her Hijab on the Field. France Wouldn’t Let Her.
Lina Boussaha joined a team in Saudi Arabia so she could wear her head scarf while playing the sport she calls “a part of my soul.”

By Sarah Hurtes and Iman Al-Dabbagh

Published on : Sat Jul 13 2024

worldeurope
FranceSaudi ArabiaInternational Federation of Association Football (FIFA)Boussaha, Lina
Ingmar Nolting for The New York Times
Where Germany’s Immigration Debate Hits Home
Since the recent killing of a police officer, Mannheim has become the byword for a hard line on deporting those who are denied asylum and commit violent crime.

By Sarah Maslin Nir and Christopher F. Schuetze

Published on : Sat Jul 13 2024

worldeurope
GermanyAfghanistanAlternative for GermanyScholz, Olaf (1958- )
Omar Al-Qattaa/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
A Gaza City Neighborhood Is Left in Ruins After Israeli Troops Withdraw
Intense fighting between soldiers and Hamas militants has left parts of the city uninhabitable, say residents who returned.

By Hiba Yazbek, Julian E. Barnes, Adam Rasgon and Thomas Fuller

Published on : Fri Jul 12 2024

worldmiddleeast
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Diego Ibarra Sanchez for The New York Times
Hamas Official: ‘We’re Not Obstinate’ in Cease-Fire Talks on Gaza
Husam Badran said the militant group would give up civilian control in the territory, but would not disband its military wing.

By Adam Rasgon and Julian E. Barnes

Published on : Fri Jul 12 2024

worldmiddleeast
IsraelGaza StripHamasPalestinian AuthorityBadran, HusamAbbas, MahmoudNetanyahu, Benjamin
Eric Lee/The New York Times
For Ukraine, an ‘Irreversible’ Path to NATO Clouded by Uncertainty
Hanging over the alliance’s summit in Washington this week was the shadow of the U.S. presidential election, which added a layer of unpredictability to the war and to the future of the bloc.

By Marc Santora

Published on : Fri Jul 12 2024

worldeurope
UkraineNorth Atlantic Treaty OrganizationBiden, Joseph R JrZelensky, Volodymyr
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