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Arts

Ukraine, Gaza and the Long Shadow of German Guilt

In “Out of the Darkness,” Frank Trentmann details the way people in the country that started World War II are…

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Business

The New York Times Wins 3 Polk Awards

The Times was honored for its coverage of the Israel-Hamas war. And ProPublica won a prize for revealing the lavish…

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World

Navalny Challenged Russians to ‘Live Not by Lies’

For most of the 12 or so years in which Alexei Navalny crusaded against the rule of Vladimir Putin, the…

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Travel

Trump’s NATO Threat Reflects a Wider Shift on America’s Place in the World

Alliances that were once seen as the bulwark of the Cold War are now viewed as an outdated albatross by…

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World

Israel Media Report Netanyahu Has Pulled Out of Cease-fire Talks in Egypt

As talks continued in Cairo toward an Israel-Hamas cease-fire, Israeli media reported on Wednesday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had…

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World

Egypt Warily Eyes Gaza as War Builds Pressure on Its Border

Egypt has reinforced its frontier with Gaza and warned Israel that any move that would send Gazans spilling into Egyptian…

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World

As Fears Rise, Some Australians Seek U.S.-China Détente

Many countries are trying to figure out what to do about a more insecure, more nuclear-driven world. Australia has an…

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World

Wednesday Briefing

Donald Trump’s immunity claim in court.

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World

Herman Raucher, Screenwriter Best Known for ‘Summer of ’42,’ Dies at 95

His screenplay, based on his own youthful experience, was nominated for an Oscar. His other films included “Sweet November,” based…

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Business

World Bank Warns of Energy Price Surge if Mideast War Spreads

A new economic report predicted a year of weak growth and said the world faced a decade of “wasted opportunity.”

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