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New York Times - World

'Our Patience Is Over': Why Iraqis Are Protesting

21 hours ago

In Warning to Hong Kong's Courts, China Shows Who Is Boss -- China's legislative body criticized a court ruling overturning a ban on wearing masks, signaling that it was the final arbiter of law in Hong Kong. -- Steven Lee Myers

20 hours ago

Israel Launches Airstrikes in Syria to Target Iranian Forces -- The strikes came a day after rockets were fired across the border into the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights. -- Megan Specia

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After Disastrous Epstein Interview, Prince Andrew Steps Down From Public Duties

9 hours ago

Arab Thinkers Call to Abandon Boycotts and Engage With Israel

1 hour ago

Afghanistan's Curse: A Bomb From 2 Wars Ago Crushes a Family Today

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Aung San Suu Kyi to Lead Team to Fight Genocide Accusation

13 hours ago

Malta Arrests Businessman as 'Person of Interest' in Journalist's Killing

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Almaas Elman, Somali-Canadian Activist, Is Shot Dead in Mogadishu

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Hitler's Birthplace in Austria to Become a Police Station

21 hours ago

U.K. Conservative Party Scolded for Rebranding Twitter Account

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After 2 Elections and 3 Tries, Israel Is No Closer to Forming a New Government

10 hours ago

First Comes Snapchat, Then the Bachelor and Spinster Ball

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This Mexican Village's Embroidery Designs Are Admired (and Appropriated) Globally

7 days ago

The French Theaters Where the iPhone Is No Match for Guignol

9 days ago

The City That Cycles With the Young, the Old, the Busy and the Dead

11 days ago

Why Amazon Fires Keep Raging 10 Years After a Deal to End Them

1 month ago

After a Caribbean Hurricane, the Battle Is Where, or Even Whether, to Rebuild

1 month ago

Massacred at Home, in Misery Abroad, 730,000 Rohingya Are Mired in Hopelessness

2 months ago

Thailand's Roads Are Deadly. Especially if You're Poor.

3 months ago

A Runaway Train Explosion Killed 47, but Deadly Cargo Still Rides the Rails

4 months ago

Your Thursday Briefing: Impeachment, Prince Andrew, Tesla -- Here's what you need to know. -- Remy Tumin

1 hour ago

Powerful Earthquake Shakes Northern Thailand and Rattles Bangkok -- The earthquake could be felt hundreds of miles away, and shook high-rises in Bangkok, the Thai capital. -- The Associated Press

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Thich Tri Quang, 95, Galvanizing Monk in South Vietnam, Dies -- An orator with "eyes of a tiger," he helped bring down American-backed governments in Saigon during the Vietnam War and pressed for democratic reforms. -- Richard C. Paddock

8 hours ago

Your Thursday Briefing -- Hong Kong, impeachment inquiry, Democratic debates: Here's what you need to know. -- Melina Delkic

10 hours ago

Greece Announces Steps to Shut Down Notorious Refugee Camps -- The government's plan to redistribute asylum seekers was presented as a more humane alternative, but it was also clearly intended to deter new arrivals. -- Niki Kitsantonis

12 hours ago

U.S.-India Defense Ties Grow Closer as Shared Concerns in Asia Loom -- The countries are wrapping up their most expansive joint military drills to date amid efforts to coordinate more ambitiously on challenges in the Indo-Pacific region. -- Zach Montague

16 hours ago

Gordon Sondland, Syracuse University, Grammys: Your Wednesday Briefing -- Here's what you need to know. -- Mike Ives

20 hours ago

Photo Essay - Peer Inside Tashkent's Art-Filled (and Long-Shrouded) Subway - For decades, the city's elaborately decorated metro stations were largely hidden from the outside world. By - Danielle Villasana - and - Stephen Hiltner

21 hours ago