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North Korea Fires Missiles Capable of Reaching Japan


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When Did the Anthropocene Start? Scientists Closer to Saying When.


Once a Figurehead of Change, Ireland’s Returning Leader Has Lots to Prove


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Russia Hits Ukraine With Waves of Missiles, Knocking Out Heat and Power


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New Covid Booster Shots Cut Risk of Hospitalization by Half, CDC Reports


J. Robert Oppenheimer Cleared of ‘Black Mark’ After 68 Years


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Russian Official in Africa Wounded by Package Bomb, Moscow Says


Peru Protest Photos


Former Palace Aide Makes Face-Face Apology to Ngozi Fulani Over Remarks


Joe Kennedy III to be Named Envoy to Northern Ireland


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Griner Says She Will Be Home for the Holidays


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Angelina Jolie Ending Her UN Work


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Russian Official in Africa Wounded by Package Bomb, Moscow Says


Suspected Crush at London Concert Leaves 3 Critically Injured


Qatar Bribery Case Cracks Open European Parliament — and Finds Hidden Cash


Berlin Hotel’s Huge Aquarium Bursts, With 1,500 Fish Inside


Israel’s Arab Allies Signal Business as Usual, Despite Far Right’s Rise


Russia Central Banks Keeps It’s Key Interest Rate Steady Amid Inflation


Japan Moves to Double Military Spending, With a Wary Eye on China


Fire in France Kills at Least 10, Including 5 Children


Will the African National Congress Buy President Ramaphosa’s Alibi?


Congress’s Productive Final Weeks


N​orth Korea Says It Has Tested a New ICBM Engine


Your Friday Briefing


Protesters in Peru Demand Justice for Ousted President Pedro Castillo


Biden Courts African Leaders, but Some Are Skeptical of Big Promises


US To Train More Ukrainian Troops in Germany on Advanced Battle Tactics


A Russian Missile in Kherson Upended Lives. Photos Show the Aftermath.


Your Friday Briefing: The U.S. Will Train More Ukraine Troops


A Look Inside New York’s Swirling Kaleidoscope of Faiths


Harry Takes Aim at William in New Episodes of Netflix Documentary


The US Imposes Sanctions on a Russian Oligarch and Other Officials


UN Peacekeeper Killed in Southern Lebanon


Boris Becker Returns to Germany After Release From British Prison


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