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Palestinian Man Fatally Shot as Violence Continues With Israel Forces

Tensions and violence have gripped the Israeli-occupied West Bank and Jerusalem for days after an Israeli military raid on Thursday…

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Arts

Globalization’s Discontents Were Baked In From the Beginning

In “Against the World,” the historian Tara Zahra examines the promise of liberal internationalism in its early days — and…

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World

North Korea Imposes Lockdown on Pyongyang to Fight ‘Recurrent Flu’

A government notice made no mention of Covid-19, but state media said the authorities were taking measures in the capital…

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Health

A Stylish Toast to the Year of the Rabbit

On Friday night, models, influencers and charming creatures of every type packed into the dining room of Congee Dim Sum…

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Arts

Review: ‘Poker Face’ Is the Best New Detective Show of 1973

Natasha Lyonne turns working-class sleuth in Rian Johnson’s breezy throwback to a familiar mystery formula.

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Health

The Art of Bundling Up

PARIS — With temperatures in the city below or near freezing last week, the scenes outside the men’s wear shows,…

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World

In New Zealand, Sauvignon Wishes and Sashimi Dreams

For my first night on New Zealand’s South Island, I’d booked an Airbnb in Hawkesbury, a hamlet in the middle…

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Food

4 Winter Salads That Are Anything but Sad

On a frigid day in the middle of January, at the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket in Brooklyn, Ray Bradley, a…

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World

Your Thursday Briefing: A Deadly Helicopter Crash in Ukraine

Also, why economists are alarmed about China’s demographic crisis.

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Travel

Los Angeles County’s Black Residents Are Most at Risk in Major Floods

Southern California has so far escaped the worst impact of recent rainstorms, but a new study shows a 100-year-flood event…

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