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Middle East Crisis: Israel Says It Will Reduce Fighting in Part of Southern Gaza
Russian Forces Quash Prison Mutiny Led by Terrorism Suspects, State Media Reports
Italians Respond to Pope’s Slur by Taking Francis to Pride
Euro 2024 Shooting: Police in Hamburg Shoot Man With Ax
Inside the Chechen Units Helping to Fight Russia’s War
Belgian Campus Protests Over War in Gaza Take Different Tone
On Eid al-Adha, Gazans Find Little to Celebrate
A Restaurant Challenges Venezuela’s President by Selling Empanadas
The Greens Are Dead. Long Live the Greens!
Will Lewis Is Said to Have Used Stolen Records as Editor in U.K.
Middle East Crisis: Eight Israeli soldiers were killed in southern Gaza, the military said.
‘We Need to Unite’: Protests Against the Far Right Are Held Across France
Eight Israeli Soldiers Are Killed in Southern Gaza, IDF Says: Latest News
Princess of Wales Appears in Public for First Time Since Cancer Diagnosis
Western Anxiety Makes for an Unexpectedly Smooth G7 Summit
Sweden and Iran Exchange Prisoners in a Breakthrough Swap
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Ukraine Hosts Peace Talks in Switzerland, Though Russia Isn’t Invited
Shattered by Montreal Mind-Control Experiments, but Undeterred in a Suit
Princess Catherine Appears in Public for First Time Since Cancer Diagnosis
It’s Not Just Russia: China Joins the G7’s List of Adversaries
As War Drags On, Gazans More Willing to Speak Out Against Hamas
Rough Seas Set Back U.S.-Made Gaza Pier Yet Again
A Hungarian Rapper’s Bandwagon Gets an Unlikely New Rider
Israeli Defense Chief Rebuffs French Effort to End Israel-Hezbollah Fighting
War Veterans and Family Testify at Al Qaeda Commander’s War Crimes Tribunal
Another Summer to Remember? For Germany: So Far, So Great.
U.S. Designates Largest Neo-Nazi Group in Sweden as Terrorist Organization
A Tense Debate Erupts at the G7, This Time Over Abortion Rights
At the G7, Biden Can’t Escape the Shadow of the Gaza War
Hamas Spokesman Says ‘No One Has Any Idea’ How Many Hostages Remain Alive
Chinese Swimmers Had Previous Positive Tests for Banned Drug
Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, Gives Update on Cancer
F.B.I. Director Makes Rare Visit to Africa as Terrorism Threat Grows
A Rising Star and a Team in the Finals Rekindle Memories in a Changed City
What to Know About the $50 Billion Ukraine Loan Backed by Russian Assets
A France in Turmoil Mourns Françoise Hardy, Its Voice of Melancholy Cool
Putin Makes Cease-Fire Offer With Sweeping Demands on Ukraine’s Territory
Ukraine Welcomes Pledges of More Military Aid With Cautious Optimism
Stephen Colbert and Whoopi Goldberg Met the Pope in the Vatican. No Joke.
Middle East Crisis: Hamas Says It Does Not Know How Many Hostages Are Still Alive
Urban Tandoor Lures Customers With Campy TikTok Videos
Parisians on TikTok Plead: ‘Don’t Come’ to Paris for the Olympics
Carnage and Contradiction: Examining a Deadly Strike in Rafah
Snow or No Snow, Australia’s Winter Resorts Are Open
G7 Leaders, Expanding the Circle, Shift Focus to Migration and the South
Why Even U.K. Chancellor Jeremy Hunt Fears He Could Lose This Election
Julian Nagelsmann Is the Most Important Man in Germany This Month
Israel and Hezbollah Trade Strikes as Fighting Intensifies
Will Biden’s Help for Ukraine Come Fast Enough and Last Long Enough?
G7 Leaders Agree on $50 Billion Loan to Ukraine From Frozen Russian Assets
US, Others Plan to Loan Ukraine $50 Billion
Friday Briefing: A $50 Billion G7 Loan to Ukraine
Snap Election in France Sets Off a Wild Week of Politics
What to Know About Chemical Hair Relaxers and Health
Japan Commits $4.5 Billion for Ukraine, Zelensky Says
Palestinians Report Heavy Bombardments in the Rafah Area
If Paris Agreement Goals Are Missed, Hudson Bay Polar Bears Could Go Extinct, Study Says
The Aftermath of a U.K. Cyberattack: Blood Shortages and Delayed Operations
US Pact Will Aim to Help Ukraine’s Military for Future Years, Officials Say
Russian Prosecutors Finalize Indictment of Evan Gershkovich
Party Led by Zuma to Boycott South Africa’s Opening of Parliament
In a First, Pope Plans to Attend G7 Summit
What to Know About the G7 Summit
Live Updates: U.S. to Sign 10-Year Pact With Ukraine as G7 Leaders Meet
Middle East Crisis: Gaza Suffering Under ‘Famine-Like Conditions,’ W.H.O. Says
‘Oddly Satisfying’ Cow Pedicure Videos Are a Hit on TikTok
What We Know About the U.N. Report on Israeli and Palestinian War Crimes
Ukraine Stalled Russia Near the Border. Vovchansk Has Paid the Price.
Angry Catholics Wanted to Burn the Church. He Came to Save It.
In China’s Backyard, America Has Become a Humbler Superpower
G7 Summit in Italy Gathers West’s Wounded Leaders to Discuss Unruly World
Montana Has More Cows Than People. Why Are Locals Eating Beef From Brazil?
Houthis Attack Merchant Ship in Red Sea Off Yemen’s Coast
Christophe Deloire, Who Strove to Protect Journalists, Dies at 53
Akira Endo, Scholar of Statins That Reduce Heart Disease, Dies at 90
Blinken Calls Some Hamas Changes to Gaza Cease-Fire Proposal Unworkable
Russian Warships Enter Havana Bay as Part of Planned Exercises
Israeli Hostages Rescued From Gaza Detail Life in Hamas Captivity
Thursday Briefing: G7 Leaders Prepare to Debate Frozen Russian Assets
Accounts of Life in Hamas Captivity Emerge in Israel
UN Report Accuses Israel and Hamas of Committing War Crimes
Defiant Macron Predicts Chaos if France Succumbs to Extremes
Saudi Arabia’s Next Billion-Dollar Sports Play: A Boxing Takeover
U.S. Expands Sanctions on Russia as G7 Leaders Gather
In Wake of Election Defeat, Germany’s Olaf Scholz Will Slog On
Greece Closes Schools and Acropolis Amid Heat
White House Takes a Tiny Bite From Giant Pile of Food Waste
Three Men Convicted in Murder of Dutch Journalist
UN Report Accuses Israel and Palestinian Groups of War Crimes
Denmark’s Prime Minister Says She’s ‘Not Quite Myself’ After Assault
Middle East Crisis: U.N. Commission Accuses Both Israel and Palestinian Groups of War Crimes
A Palestinian Professor Spoke Out Against the Gaza War. Israel Detained Her.
Ukraine Says It Shot Down Most of a Russian Missile and Drone Barrage
At the G7, Biden Will Push for Frozen Russian Assets to Help Ukraine
Toronto Police Officer’s Posts About Work Harassment Led to Her Firing
Muggings, Murders and Mob Justice: Violent Crime Roars Back in Karachi
Wednesday Briefing
Ukraine Plans Privatization Push to Help Fund War Effort