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World News
Nicole Tung for The New York Times

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

Emily Garthwaite for The New York Times
Baghdad Loses Green Space to Real Estate Boom
The problem is driving up temperatures in what is already one of the hottest cities in the world, where air-conditioning is a luxury only the rich can afford.

By Jane Arraf, Yasmine Mosimann and Emily Garthwaite

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

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Baghdad (Iraq)Iraq
Pool photo by Ronaldo Schemidt
Blinken Meets Netanyahu at Turbulent Moment for Israel
The secretary of state and the Israeli leader had a ‘candid’ conversation amid deepening rifts over the Palestinians, Ukraine and a rightward shift by Benjamin Netanyahu’s government.

By Michael Crowley

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

worldmiddleeast
IsraelState DepartmentBiden, Joseph R JrBlinken, Antony JNetanyahu, Benjamin
Elisabetta Zavoli for The New York Times
The Double Whammy Making Italy the West’s Fastest Shrinking Nation
Italy’s population of elder Italians is soaring as its birthrate plummets, putting the country at the forefront of a global demographic trend that experts call the “silver tsunami.”

By Jason Horowitz

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

worldeurope
ItalyPiacenza (Italy)Meloni, Giorgia (1977- )
Billy H.C. Kwok for The New York Times
Golf Course or Housing? A Patch of Green Divides Hong Kong
The dispute over one of the city’s golf clubs exposes rare political friction for the elite in the new Hong Kong, where the establishment is torn between defending wealth and following Beijing’s wishes.

By Joy Dong

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

worldasia
Hong KongChinaCommunist Party of ChinaXi Jinping
Khuram Parvez/Reuters
Suicide Bombing Tears Through Pakistan Mosque, Killing Dozens
The mosque, frequented by police officers, was nearly full when the attacker struck. By Tuesday morning, the death toll stood at 87.

By Salman Masood

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

worldasia
Peshawar (Pakistan)PakistanTalibanSharif, Shahbaz
Associated Press
Gandhi’s Life in Photos, 75 Years After His Assassination
Known as the father of Indian independence, his concept of nonviolent resistance to fight injustice has inspired political movements around the world.

By Alex Travelli and Matej Leskovsek

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

worldasia
IndiaGreat BritainGandhi, Mohandas K
West Asia News Agency, via Reuters
Israel Launched Drone Attack on Iranian Facility, Officials Say
While the target’s purpose is unclear, the city of Isfahan is a major center of Iranian missile production, research and development.

By Ronen Bergman, David E. Sanger and Farnaz Fassihi

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

worldmiddleeast
IranIsraelIsfahan (Iran)Mossad
Olga Maltseva/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Russia Freed Prisoners to Fight Its War. Here’s How Some Fared.
Tens of thousands of inmates have joined a mercenary group fighting with the Kremlin’s decimated forces in Ukraine. Some of them are returning to civilian life with military training and, in many cases, battlefield traumas.

By Anatoly Kurmanaev, Alina Lobzina and Ekaterina Bodyagina

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

worldeurope
Bakhmut (Ukraine)RussiaUkraineWagner GroupPrigozhin, Yevgeny VPutin, Vladimir V
Jordan Strauss/Invision, via Associated Press
‘Squid Game’ Actor Faces Trial on Sex Crime Charges This Week
Oh Young-soo, the actor who portrayed a contestant in the popular Netflix series, is accused of inappropriately touching a South Korean woman in 2017.

By John Yoon

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

worldasia
South KoreaNetflix IncOh Young-soo (1944- )
Ilvy Njiokiktjien for The New York Times
Nazi Soldiers Buried a Treasure. Nearly 80 Years Later, the Search Goes On.
The public release of a map from the 1940s has drawn fortune seekers with shovels and metal detectors to a small Dutch village. Not everyone is excited.

By Claire Moses

Published on : Sun Jan 29 2023

worldeurope
Hague (Netherlands)Netherlands
Justin Tallis/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
U.K. Prime Minister Ousts Top Party Official
In trying to bring “integrity” back to Downing Street, Rishi Sunak fired Nadhim Zahawi, the chairman of the governing Conservatives, over his personal tax affairs.

By Mark Landler

Published on : Sun Jan 29 2023

worldeurope
Great BritainConservative Party (Great Britain)Labour Party (Great Britain)Johnson, BorisZahawi, NadhimSunak, Rishi (1980- )
Anindito Mukherjee for The New York Times
The Gin Boom Trying to Change India, One Distillery at a Time
Local concoctions are challenging the country’s conservative attitude toward alcohol, along with the country’s often stultifying bureaucracy.

By Damien Cave

Published on : Sat Jan 28 2023

worldasia
Goa (India)IndiaHimalayasModi, Narendra
Jun Michael Park for The New York Times
Will the Metaverse Be Entertaining? Ask South Korea.
In the world’s testing ground for tech, K-pop singers are being spun up out of pixels and doing battle in a virtual universe.

By Jin Yu Young and Matt Stevens

Published on : Sun Jan 29 2023

business
South KoreaKakao Entertainment Corp
Gilles Sabrié for The New York Times
I.M.F. Upgrades Global Outlook as Inflation Eases
The International Monetary Fund said the world economy was poised for a rebound as inflation eases.

By Alan Rappeport

Published on : Tue Jan 31 2023

businesseconomy
United StatesChinaInternational Monetary Fund
Ukrainian Presidential Press Service
Ukraine Urges Allies to Speed Up Delivery of Weaponry
“We have to make time our weapon,” President Volodymyr Zelensky declared as Ukrainians girded for an expected Russian offensive.

By Lara Jakes, Alan Yuhas and Thomas Gibbons-Neff

Published on : Tue Jan 31 2023

worldeurope
UkraineNorth Atlantic Treaty OrganizationZelensky, Volodymyr
Zubair Khan/Associated Press
Your Tuesday Briefing: A Bombing in Pakistan
Also, Israel attacks Iran and the Adani Group fights fraud allegations.

By Amelia Nierenberg and Daniel E. Slotnik

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

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AfghanistanChinaEast AsiaFar East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific AreasGujarat State (India)Goa (India)IndiaIsfahan (Iran)IsraelPakistanPeshawar (Pakistan)South KoreaAdani GroupHindenburg ResearchMossadAdani, Gautam S
Jung Yeon-Je/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
NATO’s chief hints that South Korea should consider military aid for Ukraine, a move Seoul has resisted.
NATO’s secretary-general, Jens Stoltenberg, urged South Korea to increase its support for Ukraine in the face of Russia’s invasion.

By Matthew Mpoke Bigg

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

worldeurope
South KoreaNorth Atlantic Treaty OrganizationStoltenberg, Jens
Adem Altan/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Turkey’s upcoming elections have delayed Sweden and Finland’s NATO bids.
As he faces a tough fight for re-election, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey has been raising fresh objections to Sweden and Finland’s NATO membership bids.

By Steven Erlanger

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

worldeurope
FinlandSwedenTurkeyNorth Atlantic Treaty OrganizationErdogan, Recep Tayyip
Viacheslav Ratynskyi/Reuters
Boris Johnson says that Vladimir Putin threatened to fire a missile at him. The Kremlin calls it ‘a lie.’
The former British prime minister said the Russian leader made the remark during a phone call in the weeks before Putin’s forces invaded Ukraine.

By Matthew Mpoke Bigg

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

worldeurope
RussiaPutin, Vladimir VJohnson, Boris
Jeenah Moon for The New York Times
Beyond the Border
How the migrant surge is playing out far from the Southern U.S.

By Nicholas Fandos

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

briefing
Jaafar Ashtiyeh/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Your Monday Briefing
A wave of violence in Israel and the West Bank.

By Natasha Frost

Published on : Mon Jan 30 2023

briefing
Afif H. Amireh for The New York Times
As Israelis Grieve, Some Palestinians Exult, and Some Fear What’s Next
Two Palestinians shot a dozen Israelis, seven fatally, over the weekend. In the aftermath, the attackers’ relatives expressed a mixture of pride and dread.

By Patrick Kingsley

Published on : Sun Jan 29 2023

worldmiddleeast
East JerusalemIsraelHamasPalestinian Authority
Ahmed Gaber for The New York Times
Your Monday Briefing: The Fallout from a Police Beating
Also, violence is flaring in Israel and the West Bank.

By Amelia Nierenberg

Published on : Sun Jan 29 2023

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Auckland (New Zealand)AustraliaEast JerusalemFar East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific AreasIsraelUnited StatesTennesseeMemphis (Tenn)West BankPolice Department (Memphis, Tenn)Nichols, Tyre (d 2023)
Town of Hanover, Massachusetts
In the Fight Over Gas Stoves, Meet the Industry’s Go-To Scientist
Longstanding research shows the health dangers of gas-burning ranges. Utilities are turning to Julie Goodman, a toxicologist with a firm whose work raises questions about the science.

By Hiroko Tabuchi

Published on : Sun Jan 29 2023

climate
OregonAmerican Gas AssnAmerican Medical AssnAmerican Petroleum InstituteConsumer Product Safety CommissionRocky Mountain Institute (RMI)Goodman, Julie E
Lynsey Addario for The New York Times
Russia and Ukraine Battle for Control of Villages Near the Key City of Bakhmut
The area is a flash point in an offensive that Moscow views as crucial for its goal of seizing the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine.

By Matthew Mpoke Bigg

Published on : Sun Jan 29 2023

worldeurope
Donbas (Ukraine)Bakhmut (Ukraine)RussiaUkraineWagner Group
Kenny Holston/The New York Times
Industry Gatekeepers
One company controls a wide swath of the concert industry, and lawmakers say music fans are paying the price.

By Ashley Wu

Published on : Sun Jan 29 2023

briefing
Jaafar Ashtiyeh/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Palestinian Man Fatally Shot as Violence Continues in Israel
Tensions and violence have gripped the Israeli-occupied West Bank and Jerusalem for days after an Israeli military raid on Thursday killed 10 people.

By Raja Abdulrahim

Published on : Sun Jan 29 2023

worldmiddleeast
East JerusalemIsraelJerusalem (Israel)West BankNetanyahu, Benjamin
Ismail Sasoli/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Bus Plunge in Pakistan Kills at Least 40
The vehicle plunged down a ravine while traveling more than 300 miles from Quetta to the port city of Karachi.

By Tiffany May

Published on : Sun Jan 29 2023

worldasia
PakistanWorld Health Organization
Atta Kenare/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Iran Says It Thwarted a Drone Attack on a Munitions Facility
The government did not say who was behind the attempted attack, but some Telegram channels affiliated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guards pointed the finger at Israel.

By Farnaz Fassihi

Published on : Sun Jan 29 2023

worldmiddleeast
Isfahan (Iran)IranIslamic Revolutionary Guards CorpsHezbollahTelegram LLC
Gianluigi Guercia/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Hundreds Gather to Memorialize Renowned African Human Rights Lawyer
Thulani Maseko, who had pushed for years to end Africa’s last absolute monarchy, in Eswatini, formerly Swaziland, was killed in front of his wife and two young children.

By John Eligon

Published on : Sat Jan 28 2023

worldafrica
AfricaEswatiniSwazilandUnited Democratic MovementMswati IIIThulani Maseko
Emmanuel Dunand/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Netherlands and Japan Said to Join U.S. in Curbing Chip Technology Sent to China
A new agreement is expected to expand the reach of U.S. technology restrictions on China issued last year.

By Ana Swanson

Published on : Sat Jan 28 2023

businesseconomy
NetherlandsJapanChina
Martin Divisek/EPA, via Shutterstock
Czech Republic Elects Retired NATO General as Its President
Petr Pavel, a political novice, defeated Andrej Babis, a populist business tycoon and former prime minister, in the first of several important European elections this year.

By Andrew Higgins

Published on : Sat Jan 28 2023

worldeurope
Czech RepublicEuropeEuropean UnionPavel, PetrBabis, Andrej
Amit Elkayam for The New York Times
Amid Spasm of Violence, Israel’s Far-Right Government Raises Risk of Escalation
Israel and the West Bank were gripped by violence this week. Its roots predate Israel’s new far-right government, but the government’s ministers and goals are fueling tensions.

By Patrick Kingsley

Published on : Sat Jan 28 2023

worldmiddleeast
IsraelWest BankPalestinian AuthorityNetanyahu, BenjaminSmotrich, Bezalel (1980- )Ben-Gvir, Itamar
Geoff Caddick/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
British Airline, Flybe, Collapses a Second Time
Flybe, once the largest independent regional airline in Europe, canceled all flights on Saturday. A new owner failed to save the carrier, which was already struggling when the pandemic hit.

By Euan Ward

Published on : Sat Jan 28 2023

worldeurope
Great BritainFlybe Ltd
Lynsey Addario for The New York Times
Fighting Rages in Eastern Ukraine Over Critical Supply Routes
While the heaviest fighting is still around the city of Bakhmut, in recent days Russian forces have stepped up assaults on a strategic town farther to the south.

By Marc Santora and Michael Schwirtz

Published on : Sat Jan 28 2023

worldeurope
UkraineRussiaBakhmut (Ukraine)Kyiv (Ukraine)Vuhledar (Ukraine)
Jorge Guerrero/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Australians Scour Desert for Dangerous Radioactive Capsule Smaller Than a Penny
The device, part of a sensor used in mining, is believed to have fallen off the back of a truck while in transit.

By Yan Zhuang

Published on : Sat Jan 28 2023

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AustraliaPerth (Australia)Rio Tinto PLC

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