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Ronaldo Schemidt/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Middle East Crisis: Gazans Ambush Aid Convoys Amid Food Shortages
As desperation swells and civil order breaks down, some civilians in Gaza have been forcing aid trucks off the road, Western officials say.

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times
Where Hostage Families and Supporters Gather, for Solace and Protest
A plaza in Tel Aviv has become a home away from home. “If I don’t know what to do, I come here,” one relative said.

By Roni Caryn Rabin

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldeurope
Gaza StripIsraelTel Aviv (Israel)Hamas
Alexander Kazakov/Sputnik, via Getty Images
U.S. Warns Allies Russia Could Put a Nuclear Weapon Into Orbit This Year
The American assessments are divided, however, and President Vladimir Putin denied having such an intention, saying that Russia was “categorically against” it.

By David E. Sanger

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldeurope
RussiaEuropeUnited StatesNorth Atlantic Treaty OrganizationSenateBlinken, Antony JPutin, Vladimir VShoigu, Sergei K
Fareed Khan/Associated Press
An Election Shatters the Image of Pakistan’s Mightiest Force
Pakistanis once thought of the military as the iron hand controlling the country’s politics. That illusion has been broken, creating one of the establishment’s biggest crises yet.

By Christina Goldbaum

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldasia
PakistanKhan, ImranSharif, Nawaz
Henry Nicholls/Reuters
A British Nuclear Missile Test Fails, Again
An unarmed Trident missile splashed into the sea close to its launch site, the U.K. government confirmed on Wednesday, fueling scrutiny of the state of Britain’s nuclear deterrent.

By Mark Landler

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldeurope
Great BritainConservative Party (Great Britain)Lockheed Martin CorporationLammy, DavidShapps, Grant
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
A Russian Military Blogger Dies After Criticizing Army Losses
The ultranationalist blogger, Andrei Morozov, had described a campaign of intimidation against him and threatened to end his own life.

By Anatoly Kurmanaev

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldeurope
Avdiivka (Ukraine)RussiaWagner GroupPrigozhin, Yevgeny VNavalny, Aleksei AStrelkov, Igor (1970- )
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
Russian Forces Press On With Attacks in Southern Ukraine
The assaults on the village of Robotyne, which come at the same time as successful attacks in the east, are designed to pressure Ukrainian troops across the front line, analysts say.

By Constant Méheut

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldeurope
Avdiivka (Ukraine)Robotyne (Ukraine)Zelensky, Volodymyr
Meridith Kohut for The New York Times
In Latin America, Guards Don’t Control Prisons, Gangs Do
Intended to fight crime, Latin American prisons have instead become safe havens and recruitment centers for gangs, fueling a surge in violence.

By Maria Abi-Habib, Annie Correal and Jack Nicas

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldamericas
BrazilEcuadorMexicoNoboa, Daniel
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
Hundreds of Ukrainian Troops Feared Captured or Missing in Chaotic Retreat
The fall of Avdiivka to Russia may be more significant than it initially seemed as Ukraine struggles with morale and recruitment.

By Julian E. Barnes, Thomas Gibbons-Neff and Eric Schmitt

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

uspolitics
RussiaUkraineAvdiivka (Ukraine)
Jill Ferry/Getty Images
The Two-Decade Fight for Two Letters on the Internet
The South Pacific island of Niue says it was cheated out of .nu, a domain that turned out to be very lucrative on the other side of the world.

By Jacob Judah

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldasia
NiueSweden
Justin Tallis/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
‘Beginning of the End’ as Assange Case Returns to Court
Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, has been in prison for nearly 5 years, fighting a U.S. extradition order. A hearing is his last chance to be granted an appeal in Britain.

By Megan Specia

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

worldeurope
Great BritainWikiLeaksAssange, Julian P
Nardus Engelbrecht/Associated Press
That ‘Unimaginable’ Smell in Cape Town? A Docked Ship With 19,000 Cows.
As the stench wafted more than a mile inland, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals found a buildup of dung in the animals’ cramped holding pens.

By Lynsey Chutel

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

worldafrica
Cape Town (South Africa)BrazilSociety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
James Hill for The New York Times
Can the Olympics Rejuvenate One of France’s Poorest Corners?
Officials hope an Olympic Village can transform a Paris suburb known for poverty and crime. But big plans have failed before.

By Liz Alderman and Catherine Porter

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

worldeurope
St Denis (France)Paris (France)
Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times
Wife, Protector and Now Political Heir: Yulia Navalnaya Rallies Russians
The wife of Russia’s most famous opposition leader long shunned the spotlight, but his death in prison may make that impossible. “I have no right to give up,” she said.

By Neil MacFarquhar

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

worldeurope
RussiaNavalnaya, Yulia BNavalny, Aleksei APutin, Vladimir V
Alexander Kazakov/Sputnik, via Getty Images
Thursday Briefing: U.S. Warnings About a Russian Space Weapon
Also, a blow to Pakistan’s military and Niue’s fight for the .nu domain.

By Amelia Nierenberg

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldasia
Far East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific Areas
Evaristo Sa/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Brazil, in Dispute with Israel, Shows Limits of U.S. Diplomacy
Israel and Brazil have sparred this week over the Gaza war. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken intervened on Wednesday.

By Jack Nicas and Edward Wong

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldmiddleeast
BrazilHamasState DepartmentBlinken, Antony JDa Silva, Luiz Inacio Lula
Emmanuel Polanco
Silicon Valley Venture Capitalists Are Breaking Up With China
Under intensifying scrutiny from U.S. lawmakers, top firms have pulled back from investing in Chinese start-ups.

By Erin Griffith

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

technology
ChinaSilicon Valley (Calif)Communist Party of ChinaDCM (Venture Capital Firm)GGV CapitalSequoia Capital
Emmanuel Polanco
China’s Rush to Dominate A.I. Comes With a Twist: It Depends on U.S. Technology
China’s tech firms were caught off guard by breakthroughs in generative artificial intelligence. Beijing’s regulations and a sagging economy aren’t helping.

By Paul Mozur, John Liu and Cade Metz

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

technology
ChinaAlibaba Group Holding LtdBeijing Bytedance Technology Co LtdCommunist Party of ChinaMeta Platforms IncOpenAI LabsLee, Kai-Fu
Louai Beshara/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Syria Blames Israel for Deadly Airstrike in Damascus
Israel did not comment on the attack, though it has acknowledged hundreds of past strikes on Iran-linked targets in Syria.

By Adam Sella

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldmiddleeast
SyriaIsraelDamascus (Syria)Iran
Vijayanand Gupta/Hindustan Times, via Getty Images
Ameen Sayani, Pioneering Radio Star in India, Dies at 91
One of the first voices heard on the airwaves in Asia, he became recognized by generations of listeners in India over 42 years of broadcasting Bollywood music.

By Suhasini Raj and John Yoon

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldasia
IndiaMumbai (India)Far East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific Areas
The Cabrach Trust
A Missing Scottish Trophy Will Be Awarded Again After 95 Years
Fancy a chance to claim the Rose Bowl? Get really good at carrying stones.

By Victor Mather

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldeurope
Scotland
Zain Jaafar/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Israeli Raid in West Bank City of Jenin Kills 3, Military Says
The Israeli military said its latest deadly raid targeted “terrorism” and was part of a broader operation in the Israeli-occupied territory.

By Hiba Yazbek

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldmiddleeast
Jenin (West Bank)West BankIsraelHamas
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
Wednesday Briefing
Ukrainian troops are feared missing or captured.

By Daniel E. Slotnik

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

briefing
Ben Kilb/Bloomberg
Small Businesses Sound Alarm Over Weakening German Economy
Thousands of companies, concerned that Germany is facing a recession, are calling for an end to political infighting that has blocked a possible stimulus plan.

By Melissa Eddy

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

worldeurope
GermanyBundesbankHabek, Robert
James Estrin/The New York Times
It’s Never Too Late to Be a Style Influencer
Lyn Slater, 70, was deemed the Accidental Icon by a college fashion student. She now has nearly one million followers on social media and is upending notions of aging.

By Alix Strauss

Published on : Wed Feb 21 2024

style
Fashion Institute of TechnologySlater, Lyn
Angela Weiss/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
U.S. Vetoes Security Council Cease-Fire Resolution
The United States said the resolution could have disrupted its negotiations to free hostages and secure a temporary cease-fire, but its vote drew outcry from many diplomats and aid workers.

By Farnaz Fassihi, Cassandra Vinograd and Thomas Fuller

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

worldmiddleeast
IsraelGaza StripSecurity Council (UN)Hamas
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times
Wednesday Briefing: Hundreds of Ukrainian Soldiers Are Missing
Also, Julian Assange’s appeal and a U.S. cease-fire proposal in Gaza.

By Amelia Nierenberg

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

worldasia
Far East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific Areas
EPA, via Shutterstock
Russian Pilot Who Defected to Ukraine Is Believed Dead in Spain
The apparent death in Spain of Maksim Kuzminov is likely to fuel speculation that it was the work of Russia’s intelligence services.

By Michael Schwirtz and Constant Méheut

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

worldeurope
RussiaUkraineSpainPutin, Vladimir V
Omar Marques/Getty Images
Protesting Polish Farmers Block Much of Ukraine’s Western Border
The farmers are demonstrating against what they see as an influx of Ukrainian food products crowding the Polish market and undercutting their livelihood.

By Anatol Magdziarz, Maria Varenikova and Emma Bubola

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

worldeurope
UkrainePoland
Kosay Al Nemer/Reuters
Israel Orders New Evacuations in Northern Gaza as U.N. Suspends Food Deliveries
Residents of two neighborhoods in Gaza City were ordered to evacuate, and the World Food Program described scenes of chaos in the north too dangerous to allow it to provide food supplies.

By Cassandra Vinograd and Matthew Mpoke Bigg

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

worldmiddleeast
Gaza StripUnited NationsWorld Food ProgramHamas
Chang W. Lee/The New York Times
Women Outnumber Men in South Korea’s Sports Stadiums
It is a sharp contrast to other countries, where men dominate fandom. Experts have a variety of explanations, including the influence of K-pop culture.

By John Yoon

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

worldasia
South KoreaSeoul (South Korea)Son Heung-min (1992- )
Avishag Shaar-Yashuv for The New York Times
Israeli Military Releases Videos It Says Shows Bibas Family Members in Captivity on Oct. 7
“When we saw the video, it really tore our hearts out,” the sister of one of the hostages said. Hamas has said three members of the family died in an Israeli airstrike; Israel has not confirmed the report.

By Adam Sella

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

worldmiddleeast
Gaza StripIsraelHamas
Government of Navarre and J.L. Larrion
Scientists Find Genetic Signature of Down Syndrome in Ancient Bones
The discovery may help shed light on how prehistoric societies treated children with rare conditions.

By Carl Zimmer

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

science
Nature Communications (Journal)
Alessandro Di Meo/EPA, via Shutterstock
Yulia Navalnaya’s Account Is Briefly Suspended by X
An account created by Aleksei A. Navalny’s widow on Monday disappeared and then returned hours later. The social media company said the suspension had been a mistake.

By Valerie Hopkins

Published on : Tue Feb 20 2024

worldeurope
RussiaX (Formerly Twitter)Navalnaya, Yulia BNavalny, Aleksei APutin, Vladimir V
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