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U.S. Makes First Airdrop of Aid Into Gaza

The United States made its first airdrop of humanitarian aid into Gaza on Saturday in partnership with Jordan, as the Biden administration tries to prevent

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Lives Ended in Gaza – The New York Times

They served cappuccinos, repaired cars and acted onstage. They raised children and took care of older parents. They treated wounds, made pizza and put too

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Murder and Magic Realism: A Rising Literary Star Mines China’s Rust Belt

For a long time during Shuang Xuetao’s early teenage years, he wondered what hidden disaster had befallen his family. His parents, proud workers at a

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Why More American Weapons Will Soon Be Made Outside America

On the grassy plains of Australia’s vast interior, an industrial evolution in the American war machine is gathering momentum. In munitions factories with room to

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Blasphemy Is a Crime in Pakistan. Mobs Are Delivering the Verdicts.

Late last month, hundreds of people protested in major Pakistani cities over a blasphemy ruling by a top judge, who also faced an online backlash

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Brian Mulroney Divided and Reshaped Canada Through Free Trade With the U.S.

Brian Mulroney first led the Progressive Conservatives to power while I was early in my career as a journalist. But his political life was never

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Why We Can’t Stop Rushing

A friend and I remind each other regularly of a radio news segment she heard years ago. The reporter concluded the story, about a mess

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Colombia’s Special Word for ‘You’

After Altair Jaspe moved from Venezuela to the Colombian capital, Bogotá, she was taken aback by the way she was addressed when she walked into

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Photos From the Funeral of Aleksei Navalny

Russians traveled from far and wide to bear witness as Aleksei A. Navalny, the Russian opposition leader who died in an Arctic prison at 47,

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For Navalny’s Followers, a ‘Surge of Inspiration’ at a Sad Event

Elena Milashina, a daring Russian reporter beaten unconscious and doused in liquid iodine last year, said she has bid farewell to far too many journalists,