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Israel-Hamas War: Israeli Soldiers Start Invasion of Gaza’s South, Satellite Images Show

A Prison at War: The Convicts Sustaining Putin’s Invasion

Will COP28’s Climate Fund Promises Become a Reality?

Vice President Kamala Harris spoke on Saturday at the COP28 summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

This Building Was Deemed ‘Outright Inhumane.’ But They Say It’s Home.

Residents of a derelict building on Davies Street in Johannesburg in September. Owners of this and other similar buildings are asking a court to evict hundreds of desperate dwellers who say they can’t afford to go anywhere else.

What We Know About Sexual Violence During the Oct. 7 Attacks on Israel

Investigators have gathered “tens of thousands” of testimonies of sexual violence committed by Hamas on Oct. 7, according to the Israeli police, including at the site of a music festival that was attacked.

Evan Gershkovich Is Still Awaiting Trial in Russia, 250 Days Later

Evan Gershkovich, a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, attended a hearing in Moscow in October.

The Wild Card in Taiwan’s Election: Frustrated Young Voters

Zhongshan District in Taipei, Taiwan. Many voters on the island, especially those in their 20s and 30s, say they are weary of geopolitics and yearn for a campaign more focused on their needs at home.

Militant Rocket Hit Base Linked to Israeli Nuclear Missile Program

White House Warns Ukraine Aid Is Running Out, Pressing Congress for More

Ukrainian soldiers with the 22nd Mechanized Brigade firing at Russian positions in the direction of Bakhmut last week.

Agnes Chow, a Hong Kong Activist, Not Likely to Return from Canada

Agnes Chow, a Hong Kong pro-democracy activist, being arrested by police at her home in Tai Po, Hong Kong, in August 2020.

Volcanic Eruption Kills at Least 11 Hikers in Indonesia

A farmer in West Sumatra Province in Indonesia on Monday, with Mount Marapi in the distance.

5 Bodies Found After Days-Long Search for U.S. Military Osprey in Japan

A floating object believed to belong to the U.S. military aircraft V-22 Osprey that crashed into the sea, off Yakushima Island, last week.

Kiwi Eggs Hatch in the Wild Near New Zealand’s Capital

Israeli Mothers Knew Their Sons Would Serve. But They Didn’t Expect War.

Mothers of Israeli soldiers praying and making challah together in Jerusalem last month.

Putin to Visit Saudi Arabia and U.A.E. on Wednesday

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia at a G20 summit in 2018. Oil efforts helped build ties between the leaders.

Got Climate Angst? At the U.N. Summit, There’s a Quiet, Spiritual Place.

Renewable Energy Could Be a Casualty in the War on Inflation. Here’s Why.

Maintenance on solar panels in Nairobi, Kenya, in October. High interest rates are straining government budgets in developing countries.

On the Ground in Wars and Disasters, the U.N. Plays a Vital Role

A school in Khan Younis, in Gaza’s south, that is affiliated with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency and that was damaged by an airstrike in October.

Math Scores Dropped Globally, but the U.S. Still Trails Other Countries

In math, the U.S. ranked 28th out of 37 participating countries from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, a group that includes mostly industrialized democracies.

As World Heats, Energy for Air-Conditioning Could Double by 2050

Ten percent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions in 2050 could come from air-conditioning and other efforts to keep cool.

Rohingya Refugees Stuck on Boats in Andaman Sea, U.N. Says

Members of the Rohingya ethnic group reached Aceh Province in Indonesia by boat last month. Many Rohingya make the dangerous journey across the Andaman Sea from Bangladesh or Myanmar each year.

Tuesday Briefing

A convoy of Israeli tanks maneuvers near Israel's border with Gaza

Can Boris Johnson Keep His Cool at U.K.’s Covid Inquiry?

Boris Johnson in London in March. On Wednesday, Mr. Johnson will become the latest political figure to be scrutinized by the Covid-19 inquiry, an independent, public examination of Britain’s response to the pandemic.

Accounts of Sexual Violence by Hamas Are Aired Amid Criticism of U.N.

Sheryl Sandberg, the former Meta executive who, along with Gilad Erdan, Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, was among the event’s primary organizers.

Harris Takes Forceful Tone With Israel in a Foray Into Mideast Diplomacy

Vice President Kamala Harris’s trip to the United Arab Emirates over the weekend offered her a chance to seize the international spotlight.

Global Carbon Budget Report Finds Fossil Fuel Emissions Still Rising

Unloading coal in a port in Rugao, in China’s Jiangsu province, last month.

Israeli Forces Near Khan Younis in Southern Gaza

Palestinians carrying the body of a victim in Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip, on Monday.

Tuesday Briefing: Israel Expands Operations Across Gaza

Palestinians fled from Khan Younis to Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on Monday, after the Israeli army called on people to leave certain areas in the city.

68,000 Gallons of ‘Unfit’ Olive Oil Seized by Italy and Spain

Netanyahu’s Corruption Trial Resumes Amid War

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel in Tel Aviv in October. He has been on trial since 2020.

Monday Briefing

Residents of Khan Younis in southern Gaza fleeing their homes.

Israel Orders Southern Gaza Residents to Evacuate

An Israeli airstrike left a crater on Sunday in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip.

Paris Attack Suspect Pledged Allegiance to Islamic State

French forensic policemen in Paris early Sunday following a knife attack.

Monday Briefing: Big State Victories for Modi

Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh and a B.J.P. member, greeted supporters yesterday.

U.S. Navy Shoots Down Drones in Red Sea After Houthis Claim to Target Israeli Ships

The destroyer Carney near the Suez Canal in October, the same month it shot down drones and cruise missiles in the Red Sea.

U.S. Is Pressing Israel and Hamas to Resume Negotiations, Kirby Says

Photos of those who are believed to remain captive in Gaza on a wall in Jerusalem on Sunday.

With Big State Victories, Modi Expands His Dominance in India

Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the chief minister of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh and a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party, is greeted by supporters in Bhopal, India, on Sunday.

Maduro’s Vote to Annex Territory From Guyana Is Seen as a Diversion

A mural of the Venezuelan map, with the Guyanese territory of Essequibo included, last week in Caracas, Venezuela.

Ukrainian Refugees in Germany Weigh Tough Choice: Stay or Go Home

The decommissioned Tegel airport in Berlin is a first stop for many Ukrainians arriving in Germany. About 3,000 are housed in large white halls close to a former runway.

Munich Airport Resumes Operations After Major Snowfall

Munich’s closed airport after heavy snowfall hit Bavaria on Saturday.

Explosion at Catholic Mass in Philippines Kills 4 and Injures Dozens

Police investigators on Sunday at the site of an explosion at Mindanao State University in the south Philippine city of Marawi.

Paris Knife Attack Leaves One Dead and Others Injured

Near the Bir-Hakeim Bridge in Paris after a man armed with a knife and a hammer attacked people, killing a German tourist.

Freed Israeli Hostages Give Tel Aviv Protesters Hope for Those in Captivity

Yelena Trupanob, right, and her mother, Irena Tati, who were recently released from captivity in Gaza, appearing at a rally in Tel Aviv on Saturday. Ms. Trupanob’s son, Sasha, is still being held hostage in Gaza.

Harris Says U.S. Strongly Opposes ‘Forced Relocation of Palestinians From Gaza’

Vice President Kamala Harris’s trip had been announced as climate-related, but she spent far more time talking with Arab leaders about the Israel-Hamas war.

Israeli Intelligence Errors Over Hamas Attack Plan Prompt Scrutiny, but Little Backlash

A house at a kibbutz in southern Israel that was overrun by Hamas fighters on Oct. 7.

U.S. Expels Ex-Chile Army Officer to Face Charges in Killing of Víctor Jara

Pedro Barrientos, center, was deported from the United States to Chile on Friday, after being charged with the torture and killing of the folk singer Víctor Jara in 1973.

7.6-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Philippines but Tsunami Warnings Are Lifted

Israel Orders Evacuations Amid ‘Intense’ Attacks on Southern Gaza

Palestinians fled their homes in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Friday.

Why Don’t We Dance More?

Canada Fast-Tracks 10.4 Billion Dollar Military Purchase

U.S. Navy Poseidon planes at a base in Japan.

Israelis Are Angry at Netanyahu, but Replacing Him Is Difficult

A woman writes on a poster in Tel Aviv depicting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and pictures of hostages seized by Hamas on Oct. 7.

Tracing the Deep Roots of Ireland’s Support for Palestinians

A pro-Palestinian mural in Dublin last month. Ireland’s support for Palestinian civilians is rooted in what many see as a shared history of colonialism.

Crossing the Dnipro: What a Ukrainian Military Operation Might Mean

Ukrainian soldiers on the shores of the Dnipro River at the front line near Kherson in October.

He Won Election to Canada’s Parliament. Did China Help?

Han Dong, speaking in February and elected to Canada’s Parliament in 2019 as a member of the Liberal Party, is the subject of an investigation into Chinese election interference.

At COP28, More Than 20 Nations Pledge to Triple Nuclear Capacity

President Emmanuel Macron of France at the United Nations climate summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on Saturday. He said nuclear power was an “indispensable solution” in efforts to curb climate change.

Biden Administration Unleashes Powerful Regulatory Tool Aimed at Climate

Tucked in its new rules to curb methane emissions, the E.P.A. set a new social cost for carbon, a number almost four times its previous amount: $190 a ton.

After Watching 10 Migrants Die at Sea, He Now Pleads: ‘Stay’

Southern Gaza girds for the war’s next phase.

Mourning relatives in Khan Younis, in southern Gaza, on Friday.

Japan to Limit Unusual Baby Names

Yuuki Matsumoto, formerly Yuni, at his residence in Yokohama, Japan.

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