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New York Times - World

Russia and Iran Put on a Show of Unity — Against the U.S.

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Silvio Berlusconi Angles for Italy's Presidency, Bunga Bunga and All

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Undeterred by Omicron, Tourists Seek Sun in a Welcoming Spain

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In Peru, Courts 'Used Like Whips' to Silence Journalists

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With a Repair Ship Many Days Away, Tonga Faces Weeks of Digital Darkness

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Newly Declassified Video Shows U.S. Killing of 10 Civilians in Drone Strike

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'We Are Taiwanese': China's Growing Menace Hardens Island's Identity

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As U.S. and Russia Prepare to Talk, Blinken Presents Hard Line

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Belgium Convicts 18 in People-Smuggling Case Tied to U.K. Truck Deaths

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Court in Ukraine Declines Request to Arrest Former President

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Israel Evicts Palestinians in Flashpoint Area of East Jerusalem

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Syrian Doctor Accused of Atrocities Goes on Trial in Germany

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As Johnson Reels From Scandals, Is Someone Plotting to Take His Place?

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Italy Ponders a New Role for Draghi. Let the Politicking Begin.

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Read The Times in Spanish

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Un país cubierto de ceniza se inquieta por la llegada del virus

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La caída del príncipe Andrés: esto es lo que hay que saber

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Djokovic, el tenis y una disputa sobre lo correcto y lo errado en una pandemia

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Los juicios masivos en Cuba profundizan la represión

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Millones de funcionarios chinos imponen la política de 'cero covid', al costo que sea

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A Love of Trees or a Display of Power? The Odd Park of an Oligarch.

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32 Years After Civil War, Mundane Moments Trigger Awful Memories

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As Its Population Soars to 40, Rum Isle Glimpses a Future in the Mist

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The New Weddings in India's South: 'Expect Some Magic'

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Changing Brussels Neighborhood Tries to Leave Stigma of Terrorism Behind

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The Saturday Profile

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Bosnian Film Director Is Vilified in Serbia and 'Disobedient' at Home

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Billionaire's Star Rises as She Takes Bold Stance on Racism in Brazil

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Once a Janitor, Now the Bar Mitzvah Photography King of Montreal

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An Afghan Official Laments What Was Lost and Looks to What Lies Ahead

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'I Didn't Look Like a Human': Journalist Tells of Myanmar Torture

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Biden Predicts Putin Will Order Ukraine Invasion, but 'Will Regret Having Done It' -- President Biden's comments went well beyond the formal intelligence assessments described by White House officials, which conclude that Russia's president has not yet decided whether to invade. -- David E. Sanger

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Your Thursday Briefing: Blinken Visits Ukraine -- U.S. officials pushed back on Moscow's negotiation demands. -- Melina Delkic

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Gaspard Ulliel, French Actor and 'Moon Knight' Star, Dies at 37 -- He gained fame as a young Hannibal Lecter and the designer Yves Saint Laurent. He died after a skiing accident weeks before he is to appear in a Disney+ series. -- Alex Marshall

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A Trove of Old Photos Could Reveal the Future of These Arctic Glaciers -- The Svalbard Islands, part of Norway, are warming seven times faster than the global average. Aerial pictures from the 1930s are helping researchers understand what that means for the region's ice. -- Raymond Zhong

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Times -- Video -- An Embattled Boris Johnson Says England Will Ease Virus Rules -- Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that most remaining virus restrictions in England would end a week ahead of schedule, as he fended off calls for his resignation over claims that he lied about parties held at Downing Street during a lockdown. -- Reuters

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Theaters and museums open as salons and gyms for a day in protest over a Dutch lockdown. -- The country's Covid measures were eased last week, but many arts venues had to remain closed and many in the sector are unhappy about it. -- Claire Moses

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Boris Johnson, Facing a Mutiny, Says England Will Ease Virus Rules -- The British prime minister was trying to quell unrest in his own party and avoid a no-confidence vote. -- By -- Mark Landler -- Stephen Castle

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Are there any off-season travel deals left, or has the pandemic undermined them all? By - Elaine Glusac

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The Morning Newsletter - Omicron Is in Retreat - What's next? By - David Leonhardt

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After Australia, Djokovic is likely to run into problems in France and the U.S. -- The French authorities say that players must be vaccinated to compete in the French Open, the next of the four Grand Slam tournaments. -- Elian Peltier

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