Demonstrators hold Palestinian flags and flash the victory sign in front of burning tires in Gaza City, Gaza Strip, on Thursday.
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The raid in Jenin killed nine Palestinians and sparked fears of a new cycle of violence.
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A blockade could accomplish what Beijing wants — minus the horrific casualties.
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News of the tank deployments sparks an ugly wave of propaganda from Moscow.
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News about NATO, Russian oil and joint military exercises add up to a good week for the Russian president.
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The U.S. lays out plans to produce six times its current levels of war-related ammunition.
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Kyiv says it needs tanks to take back its territory. So why aren’t its allies sending them?
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Pakistan has an aging electricity network and lacks the funds to fix it.
The conversations about a post-Putin era have begun. Will it be a peaceful exit — or the “Game of Thrones” variety?
As people embark on their Lunar New Year’s journeys, along with the traditional red envelopes of cash, cases of fruit, and bottles of baijiu, they are bringing an unwelcome guest: covid.
Lunar New Year 2023 means celebrations, long journeys to see family — and in some places, high anxiety.
Prime Minister Ardern — who at her polling peak in 2020 was New Zealand’s most popular prime minister in a century — stunned the country and her own center-left Labour Party by announcing that she would resign with more than nine months left in her second term in office and with no obvious successor.
After a two-decade-long hold on power, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan faces the real possibility that he may lose Turkey's presidential election.
Week 45: Vladimir Putin once oversaw a steady drop in the size of the Russian military. His war in Ukraine has turned that trend upside down.
What defines a famine? The answers are complicated — and sometimes hugely consequential.
Matteo Messina Denaro had eluded law enforcement for more than three decades.
New U.N. data shows that China’s population has begun to shrink — and is likely to decline significantly in the years to come. It’s just the beginning of a long-term demographic shift.
Executions, mass arrests and the shooting of protesters show a heavy-handed crackdown is underway after four months of protests.