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Middle East Crisis: Top U.N. Court Expected to Rule on Israel’s Assault on Rafah
South Africa has requested that the International Court of Justice in The Hague order Israel to halt its ground assault in southern Gaza.

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
As Rafah Offensive Grinds On, Hunger in Gaza Spirals
Aid officials and health experts expect famine this month unless Israel lifts barriers to aid, the fighting stops and vital services are restored.

By Vivian Yee, Bilal Shbair and Matthew Mpoke Bigg

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

worldmiddleeast
Gaza StripEgyptIsraelHamasUnited Nations
Sasha Maslov for The New York Times
Russia, in New Push, Increasingly Disrupts Ukraine’s Starlink Service
Russia has deployed advanced tech to interfere with Elon Musk’s satellite internet service, Ukrainian officials said, leading to more outages on the northern front battle line.

By Paul Mozur and Adam Satariano

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

technology
UkraineRussiaStarlink Satellite Constellation (SpaceX)Space Exploration Technologies CorpFedorov, MykhailoMusk, Elon
Daniel Berehulak/The New York Times
Ukraine Starts Freeing Some Prisoners to Join Its Military
At least 50 convicts have been freed under a new law that allows them to serve in exchange for the possibility of parole, part of an effort to replenish Ukraine’s depleted forces.

By Constant Méheut

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

worldeurope
UkraineRussia
The Architect Who Made Singapore’s Public Housing the Envy of the World
With a focus on affordability, community, convenience and light, Liu Thai Ker replaced squalid slums with spacious high-rises. A recent spike in some sale prices, however, has saddened him.

By Sui-Lee Wee and Chang W. Lee

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

worldasia
SingaporeLee Kuan YewLiu Thai Ker,Pei, I M
Where Public Housing Apartments Can Go for More Than $1 Million
Singapore’s public housing system has been a great success and a key factor in the nation’s development. But in recent years, rising prices have raised questions about affordability.

By Sui-Lee Wee and Chang W. Lee

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

worldasia
Singapore
Maria Contreras Coll for The New York Times
The Capital of Women’s Soccer
The success of Barcelona’s team has made Catalonia a laboratory for finding out what happens when the women’s game has prominence similar to the men’s.

By Rory Smith and María Garrido

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

worldeurope
Barcelona (Soccer Team)Bonmati, AitanaPutellas, Alexia
Saher Alghorra/Associated Press
U.S. Military Faces Reality in Gaza as Aid Project Struggles
The Pentagon predicted that a stream of humanitarian aid would be arriving in Gaza via the floating pier, but little relief has reached the besieged strip, officials acknowledged this week.

By Helene Cooper and Adam Rasgon

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

uspolitics
Gaza StripIsraelWorld Food ProgramUnited Nations Relief and Works Agency
Amit Elkayam for The New York Times
In a City of Ancient Jewish Mysticism, Israelis Arm for a Fight
In Safed, a center of kabbalah, ordinary citizens shocked by the Oct. 7 attacks are carrying military-grade weapons.

By Damien Cave and Amit Elkayam

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldmiddleeast
Safed (Israel)HamasBen-Gvir, Itamar
Frederick Florin/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Far-Right E.U. Lawmakers Remove Germany’s AfD Party Before Elections
The exclusion is a sign that domestic troubles for the Alternative for Germany party are starting to spill into European Union politics before elections.

By Christopher F. Schuetze

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldeurope
EuropeGermanyAlternative for GermanyEuropean ParliamentMaximilian Krah
Maja Smiejkowska/Reuters
‘Drowning Street’: Sunak’s Election Campaign Gets Off to a Tricky Start
A day after being drenched during a pivotal speech, the prime minister announced another delay to his signature plan to send refugees to Rwanda.

By Mark Landler

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldeurope
Great BritainRwandaConservative Party (Great Britain)Labour Party (Great Britain)Sunak, Rishi (1980- )
Carl Court/Getty Images
Sports Betting Company Drops Boris Johnson From Soccer Ad
The script called for the former prime minister, and Brexit champion, to don an England jersey and say, ‘I told you I would get us back in Europe.’

By Tariq Panja

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldeurope
Paddy Power PLCConservative Party (Great Britain)Johnson, Boris
Pablo Robles
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
Daniel Irungu/EPA, via Shutterstock
Foreign Interventions in Haiti: A Brief History
For decades, international soldiers have deployed to Haiti, sometimes leaving behind a troubled legacy.

By Frances Robles

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldamericas
HaitiFranceUnited NationsUnited Nations Stabilization Mission in HaitiAristide, Jean-BertrandSam, Vilbrun GuillaumeWilson, Woodrow
Philip Fong/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Kabosu, Shiba Inu Who Helped Define the Doge Meme, Dies at 18
The dog, whose face helped spread the popular doge meme and later became the logo of the Dogecoin cryptocurrency, died on Friday.

By Isabella Kwai

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

worldasia
Japan
Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Landslide Buries Village in Papua New Guinea, Killing at Least 3
Many more were missing in the Pacific nation as recovery and rescue efforts were delayed by a blocked highway and fallen boulders.

By John Yoon

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

worldaustralia
Papua New GuineaInternational Organization for Migration
Ronen Zvulun/Reuters
Israeli Forces Recover Bodies of 3 More Hostages in Northern Gaza
The bodies were found in Jabaliya, where the Israeli military has been trying to root out a renewed Hamas insurgency.

By Aaron Boxerman and Johnatan Reiss

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

worldmiddleeast
IsraelGaza StripHamas
Frank Ashwood
Life in the Dirt Is Hard. And Climate Change Isn’t Helping.
Heat and drought are taking a toll on the tiny soil creatures that help to lock away planet-warming carbon, according to a new analysis.

By Sofia Quaglia

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

climate
Global Change Biology (Journal)
Cornell Watson for The New York Times
These Teens Adopted an Orphaned Oil Well. Their Goal: Shut It Down.
Students, nonprofit groups and others are fund-raising to cap highly polluting oil and gas wells abandoned by industry.

By Delger Erdenesanaa

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

climate
Well Done Foundation
Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images
Australia’s ‘National Crisis’ of Domestic Abuse
The government has committed hundreds of millions of dollars for people fleeing domestic violence, but among those who work with victims and survivors, optimism is hard to find.

By Julia Bergin

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

worldaustralia
Australia
Abdel Kareem Hana/Associated Press
Friday Briefing
We’re covering a stumbling U.S. aid effort in Gaza and the latest Chinese military drills around Taiwan.

By Justin Porter

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

briefing
Pool photo by Vatican
Italian Teenager to Become the First Millennial Saint
Pope Francis attributed a second miracle to Carlo Acutis, one of the last steps toward canonization.

By Alexandra E. Petri

Published on : Fri May 24 2024

worldeurope
Assisi (Italy)ItalyRoman Catholic ChurchAcutis, Carlo (1991-2006)Francis
Eyad Al-Baba/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Israel Pushes Deeper Into Rafah, Defying International Opinion
While the government has been hit with a string of diplomatic and legal defeats, the Israeli public’s support for the Gaza war remains strong.

By Matthew Mpoke Bigg and Aaron Boxerman

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldmiddleeast
Rafah (Gaza Strip)IsraelGaza StripJabaliya Refugee Camp (Gaza Strip)HamasInternational Criminal CourtInternational Court of Justice (UN)Netanyahu, Benjamin
Cati Cladera/EPA, via Shutterstock
Restaurant Collapse Kills at Least 4 and Injures 16 in Majorca
People were feared to be trapped after parts of a beach restaurant’s terraces fell down to ground level on a Spanish island popular with tourists.

By Richard Pérez-Peña

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldeurope
Majorca (Spain)Spain
Abdel Kareem Hana/Associated Press
Friday Briefing: Aid Trickles Through Gaza Pier
Also, China holds ‘punishment’ drills around Taiwan.

By Amelia Nierenberg

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldasia
Far East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific Areas
Kent Nishimura for The New York Times
C.I.A. Director to Meet With Israeli Counterpart This Weekend Over Cease-Fire Talks
It was unclear if negotiators from Egypt and Qatar would participate.

By Julian E. Barnes and Edward Wong

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldmiddleeast
QatarEgyptGaza StripIsraelRafah (Gaza Strip)Central Intelligence AgencyMossadHamasBurns, William JDavid Barnea
Oren Ben Hakoon/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
As Israel’s Hard Line Stokes Anger Abroad, Netanyahu May Get Benefits at Home
Despite diplomatic blows this week, Israeli leaders are focused on their public, which still largely views the war with Hamas in Gaza as an existential conflict.

By Aaron Boxerman

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldmiddleeast
IsraelEuropeUnited StatesHamasInternational Criminal CourtNetanyahu, Benjamin
World Health Organization, via Reuters
Israeli forces raided a major hospital in northern Gaza, forcing patients and staff to evacuate.

By Hiba Yazbek and Anushka Patil

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldmiddleeast
Finbarr O'Reilly for The New York Times
Advancing Russian Troops Threaten to Reverse Some of Ukraine’s Hard-Won Gains
Such losses could hurt Ukrainian morale as Russia makes advances all along the front line.

By Constant Méheut

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldeurope
Chasiv Yar (Ukraine)Bakhmut (Ukraine)Kharkiv (Ukraine)RussiaRobotyne (Ukraine)Ukraine
Ferenc Isza/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
As Slovakia’s Prime Minister Remains Hospitalized, Politics Return to a Boil
Calls for unity after the shooting of Robert Fico last week have been largely ignored by the country’s politicians. Much of the tension has centered on a media law pushed by the government.

By Cassandra Vinograd and Sara Cincurova

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldeurope
SlovakiaSmer-Social Democracy (Slovakia)Fico, RobertPellegrini, PeterCaputova, Zuzana
Toby Melville/Reuters
U.K. 2024 General Election: What to Know
The governing Conservative Party could be voted out of power for the first time in 14 years.

By Esther Bintliff

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldeurope
EnglandGreat BritainScotlandWalesNorthern IrelandConservative Party (Great Britain)Labour Party (Great Britain)Starmer, KeirSunak, Rishi (1980- )
Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, via Associated Press
Russia Detains Another Defense Official, in New Sign of Putin Shake-Up
Lt. Gen. Vadim Shamarin is accused of “large-scale” bribery, the latest in a series of high-profile arrests that have coincided with the appointment of a new defense minister.

By Anton Troianovski

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldeurope
RussiaPutin, Vladimir V
Haiyun Jiang for The New York Times
Nigel Farage to Skip U.K. Election So He Can Focus on Helping Trump
The populist British politician, a driving force behind Brexit, said he would not run in the July general election, citing the global importance of the American campaign.

By Mark Landler

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldeurope
EnglandGreat BritainConservative Party (Great Britain)Farage, Nigel (1964- )Trump, Donald J
Arash Khamooshi for The New York Times
Iran Buries President Raisi in His Hometown
The president, who died in a helicopter crash, was laid to rest at a holy shrine in the northeastern city of Mashhad.

By Cassandra Vinograd

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

worldmiddleeast
IranRaisi, Ebrahim
Emil Lippe for The New York Times
Fate of Retired Research Chimps Still in Limbo
The National Institutes of Health, which owns the chimps at the Alamogordo Primate Facility in New Mexico, has no plans to move the animals to sanctuary, despite a ruling from a federal judge.

By Emily Anthes

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

science
Alamogordo (NM)LouisianaAlamogordo Primate FacilityChimp HavenHumane Society of the United StatesNational Institutes of Health
Anna Rose Layden for The New York Times
Biden Honors Kenya as the East African Nation Prepares to Send Forces to Haiti
President Biden welcomed President William Ruto of Kenya and said he intended to designate his country as a “major non-NATO ally.”

By Michael D. Shear

Published on : Thu May 23 2024

uspolitics
KenyaBiden, Joseph R JrRuto, William
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