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Democracy Under Siege From Autocrats, Social Media and Its Own Failures

This article is from a special report on the Athens Democracy Forum, which convenes this week in the Greek capital…

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She Was One of Spain’s ‘Stolen Babies.’ Can She Find Justice?

Listen to This Article Audio Recording by AudmTo hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download…

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Germany is investigating leaks in Nord Stream gas pipelines from Russia.

Authorities were trying to determine the cause of leaks in two gas pipelines running from Russia to Germany under the…

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Your Tuesday Briefing

You're reading the Morning Briefing: Europe Edition newsletter.  Get what you need to know to start your day, delivered to your…

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Two Cities, Two Armies: Pivot Points in the Fight in Ukraine’s East

DONETSK REGION, Ukraine—The Ukrainian soldier walked to the edge of the river, looked toward the sound of artillery in the…

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Edward Snowden Is Granted Russian Citizenship

President Vladimir V. Putin on Monday granted Russian citizenship to Edward J. Snowden, the former U.S. intelligence contractor who became…

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Ukrainian Soldier Whose Bracelet Made Him a Symbol Gets Posthumous Honors

President Volodymyr Zelensky has conferred posthumous honors on a Ukrainian soldier who became a national symbol of suffering and resilience…

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Putin Ally Acknowledges Founding Wagner Mercenary Group

Yevgeny V. Prigozhin, a Russian businessman and close associate of President Vladimir V. Putin, acknowledged on Monday that he is…

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Europe Looks at Italy’s Meloni With Caution and Trepidation

BRUSSELS — Italy’s likely new prime minister, the far-right, populist and Euroskeptic Giorgia Meloni, once wanted to ditch the euro…

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At Least 9 Killed in School Shooting in Russia, Including Children

At least nine people have been killed and 20 injured in a school shooting on Monday in the Russian city…

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