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Spain, Norway and Ireland Recognize Palestinian State, Further Isolating Israel
The moves, while largely symbolic, were welcomed by Palestinians and denounced by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who called them “a prize for terrorism.”

By Aaron Boxerman, Emma Bubola and Michael Levenson

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

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EuropeIsraelNorwayIrelandHamasInternational Criminal CourtPalestinian AuthorityNetanyahu, BenjaminHarris, Simon (1986- )
Thomas Coex/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
The War Is Shifting Europe’s Politics Away From Israel
The recognition of Palestinian statehood by Spain, Ireland and Norway highlights the changing center of gravity, but there also are staunchly pro-Israel nations in Europe.

By Matina Stevis-Gridneff

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

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EuropeGaza StripIsraelNorwaySpainIrelandEuropean UnionHamasInternational Criminal CourtSecurity Council (UN)Netanyahu, BenjaminOrban, ViktorGallant, YoavFiala, Petr
Bruno Favre/EPA, via Shutterstock
With Troubles at Home, Macron Pops Up 10,000 Miles Away
New Caledonia, a French territory in the Pacific, is on the brink of civil war as pro-independence activists protest a law that would expand voting rights.

By Catherine Porter

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

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New CaledoniaFranceMacron, Emmanuel (1977- )
Arash Khamooshi for The New York Times
Iran’s Supreme Leader Leads Funeral Prayers for President
State news media in Iran reported that the political leader of Hamas was in the capital for the funeral. Many foreign dignitaries attended.

By Cassandra Vinograd and Leily Nikounazar

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

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IranIsraelTehran (Iran)Amir Abdollahian, HosseinHaniya, IsmailKhamenei, AliRaisi, Ebrahim
Dimitar Dilkoff/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Why a Prosecutor Went Public With Arrest Warrant Requests for Hamas and Israeli Leaders
What to know about Karim Khan’s decision to seek arrest warrants for three Hamas leaders as well as Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and defense minister, Yoav Gallant.

By Amanda Taub

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

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Gaza StripInternational Criminal CourtKhan, Karim (1970- )
Daniel Berehulak /The New York Times
‘What’s the Problem?’ Zelensky Challenges West Over Hesitations.
“Shoot down what’s in the sky over Ukraine,” he said in a wide-ranging interview with The New York Times. “And give us the weapons to use against Russian forces on the borders.”

By Andrew E. Kramer and Daniel Berehulak

Published on : Tue May 21 2024

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UK Pool, via Reuters
Sunak Announces U.K. Elections for July 4, Months Earlier Than Expected
The opposition Labour Party has been ahead in most polls by double digits in recent months.

By Mark Landler

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

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Great BritainEnglandConservative Party (Great Britain)Labour Party (Great Britain)Sunak, Rishi (1980- )
The New York Times
America’s Monster
How the United States backed kidnapping, torture and murder in Afghanistan.

By Azam Ahmed, Matthieu Aikins and Bryan Denton

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldasia
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Bryan Denton for The New York Times
Investigating a Monster: What We Found and How We Did It
The end of the war in Afghanistan and the fall of its government allowed us to reach previously inaccessible records, places and people, documenting the bloody history of a key American ally.

By Azam Ahmed

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldasia
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Arash Khamooshi for The New York Times
Iran’s Use of Proxy Warfare Likely to Persist, Experts Say
The sudden death of President Ebrahim Raisi is not expected to affect the actions of groups like Hezbollah and the Houthis, which are vital to Iran’s power.

By Alissa J. Rubin

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

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IranJordanIsraelIraqYemenSyriaLebanonHezbollahHouthisHamasRaisi, EbrahimKhamenei, Ali
Cristina Baussan for The New York Times
Holocaust Death Toll on English Channel Island Is Raised by Hundreds
A panel of academics said it found more conclusive evidence of how many people were killed during the Nazi occupation of Alderney, one of the Channel Islands in British territory.

By Claire Moses

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

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Alderney IslandChannel IslandsEnglish ChannelGreat Britain
Brian Otieno for The New York Times
Kenyan President’s State Visit: An Antidote to U.S. Troubles in Africa?
The White House is hosting President William Ruto of Kenya for a state dinner this week, an embrace that both countries urgently need.

By Declan Walsh

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

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Federico Parra/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Dominican President Abinader Wins Re-election in a Landslide
In election results made official Tuesday night, President Luis Abinader easily won his re-election bid, helped by restrictions on Haitian migrants, a vibrant economy and an anti-corruption drive.

By Simon Romero and Hogla Enecia Pérez

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

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Dominican RepublicHaitiUnited NationsAbinader, Luis (1967- )Fernandez, Leonel
Reuters
‘Dropping Very Dramatically’: What Deadly Turbulence Did to a Flight
Singapore Airlines flight SQ321 was a rare instance of turbulence resulting in a death.

By Sui-Lee Wee and Muktita Suhartono

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldasia
Singapore Airlines
Bryan Denton for The New York Times
Thursday Briefing
Today, I’m handing the newsletter over to my colleague Azam Ahmed, who writes about a hidden history of the U.S. war in Afghanistan.

By Justin Porter

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

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Atul Loke for The New York Times
Is Modi Worried? India’s Long-Deflated Opposition Finds Some Momentum.
After setting a very high bar for his party in the election, Prime Minister Narendra Modi often appears on the defensive as the voting nears its end.

By Mujib Mashal and Pragati K.B.

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldasia
IndiaBharatiya Janata PartyIndian National CongressAam Aadmi Party (India)Gandhi, RahulKejriwal, ArvindModi, Narendra
Daniel Becerril/Reuters
Stage Collapses at Campaign Rally in Mexico, Killing at Least 9
Strong wind caused the collapse in northern Mexico as a presidential hopeful campaigned for a local candidate, officials said. Dozens of people were injured.

By Emiliano Rodríguez Mega and John Yoon

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldamericas
MexicoSan Pedro Garza Garcia (Mexico)Monterrey (Mexico)Alvarez Maynez, Jorge
Amir Cohen/Reuters
Can European Recognition Bring Palestinian Statehood Any Closer?
Not on its own, in all likelihood. But it reflects a growing, global exasperation with Israel that might eventually lend momentum to a two-state solution.

By Roger Cohen

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldmiddleeast
EuropeGaza StripIsraelUnited StatesHamasInternational Criminal CourtMacron, Emmanuel (1977- )Netanyahu, BenjaminSinwar, Yehya
The New York Times
China Launches Military Drills Around Taiwan as ‘Punishment’
China said the sea and air drills were meant as a “stern warning” to its opponents after Taiwan’s new president asserted the island’s sovereignty in defiance of Beijing.

By David Pierson and Amy Chang Chien

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldasia
Taipei (Taiwan)TaiwanTaiwan StraitChinaPeople's Liberation Army (China)Lai Ching-te
Bryan Denton for The New York Times
Thursday Briefing: How ‘America’s Monster’ Operated in Afghanistan
Plus, three European countries recognize a Palestinian state.

By Amelia Nierenberg

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldasia
Far East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific Areas
Marko Djurica/Reuters
New footage is released of Hamas militants taking female soldiers hostage.
The Israeli military showed family members of the hostages the video a few weeks ago and gave them a copy on Tuesday, which they shared.

By Aaron Boxerman

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldmiddleeast
Gaza StripHamas
Berit Roald/NTB, via Associated Press
What Does It Mean to Recognize a Palestinian State?
The move by three European countries fits into a long-term goal of Palestinian leaders to secure diplomatic acceptance, but the immediate impact may be limited.

By Matthew Mpoke Bigg

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldmiddleeast
Gaza StripIsraelWest BankGeneral Assembly (UN)Palestinian AuthorityUnited Nations
Kenzo Tribouillard/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Belgium’s 2024 Election: What to Know
Belgium, a small yet politically significant country, will hold federal, regional, and E.U. elections on June 9, for control of its complex, layered governance structure.

By Koba Ryckewaert

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldeurope
BelgiumBrussels (Belgium)Flanders (Belgium)Wallonia (Belgium)Vlaams BelangEuropean UnionEuropean Parliament
Ronen Zvulun/Reuters
Israel Responds to Move to Recognize Palestinian State by Withholding Funds
The finance minister’s office signaled that the decision, which could worsen the Palestinians’ dire economic crisis, was a response to Spain, Norway and Ireland recognizing Palestinian statehood.

By Aaron Boxerman

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldmiddleeast
IsraelPalestinian AuthoritySmotrich, Bezalel (1980- )
Tolga Akmen/EPA, via Shutterstock
Recognizing a Palestinian State, Ireland Nods to its Own History
Simon Harris, Ireland’s prime minister, invoked his nation’s struggle for independence from Britain and its decades of violent sectarian conflict.

By Megan Specia

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldmiddleeast
IrelandHarris, Simon (1986- )
J. David Ake/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Why Norway’s Recognition of a Palestinian State Carries Significance
Norway hosted the clandestine meetings in 1993 that led to the Oslo Accords, the framework for peace that came close to resolving the conflict.

By Emma Bubola

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldmiddleeast
NorwayIsraelMiddle EastWest BankPalestinian Authority
Sam Bush for The New York Times
U.K. Inflation Falls to 2.3%, Lowest in 3 Years
The decline, which was less than economists expected, is nearing the Bank of England’s 2 percent target.

By Eshe Nelson

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

business
Bank of EnglandInternational Monetary FundGeorgieva, Kristalina IvanovaHunt, Jeremy
Pool photo by Ludovic Marin
French Leader Heads to Pacific Outpost Gripped by Deadly Unrest
It remains unclear what strategy President Emmanuel Macron of France will pursue to defuse tensions in New Caledonia, where six people have died in recent days.

By Pete McKenzie

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldasia
New CaledoniaFranceMacron, Emmanuel (1977- )
Daniel Berehulak/The New York Times
Wednesday Briefing
President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine speaks to The Times

By Justin Porter

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

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Under Relentless Russian Assault, Ukraine Adopts a Defensive Crouch
As Moscow’s forces retake land from which they were ousted at the end of 2022, the Ukrainian military has adopted a strategy of fighting while slowly falling back to more heavily fortified positions.

By Andrew E. Kramer and Finbarr O’Reilly

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldeurope
Kharkiv (Ukraine)Vovchansk (Ukraine)Donbas (Ukraine)Zelensky, Volodymyr
Emile Ducke for The New York Times
Evacuation Point
As they evacuated from the fighting in Ukraine, the passengers already thought of what they left behind.

By Emile Ducke

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldeurope
Kharkiv (Ukraine)UkraineVovchansk (Ukraine)
Nghia Duc/National Assembly, via Associated Press
Power Struggle in Vietnam Brings Third President in Less Than 2 Years
But it remains unclear whether Gen. To Lam, the new president, can rise to the post of the top leader, the chief of the Vietnamese Communist Party.

By Sui-Lee Wee

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldasia
VietnamLam, To
Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
No Gaza Aid Delivered Through U.S.-Built Pier Has Been Distributed, Pentagon Says
The temporary pier is one of few remaining entry points for aid shipments since Israel began an incursion into Rafah, in southern Gaza, earlier this month.

By Gaya Gupta

Published on : Wed May 22 2024

worldmiddleeast
Gaza StripRafah (Gaza Strip)World Food Program
Leonhard Foeger/Reuters
What’s Behind the Security Warnings for Pride Events
Citing the potential for terrorism, the State Department, F.B.I. and Department of Homeland Security urged those attending L.G.B.T.Q. events to be vigilant. Here’s what to know.

By Derek M. Norman

Published on : Tue May 21 2024

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Daniel Berehulak/The New York Times
Wednesday Briefing: Zelensky Speaks to The Times
Also, funeral ceremonies begin for Iran’s president.

By Amelia Nierenberg

Published on : Tue May 21 2024

worldasia
Far East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific Areas
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