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Alarm in Ukraine as Russian Forces Mass at Border

Few analysts believe that Moscow intends to invade. But as Russia’s military buildup proceeds, the tension is rising in war-weary Eastern Ukraine.

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‘Follow the Party Forever’: China Plans a Communist Birthday Bash

Patriotic films. History lessons. Mass weddings. The Chinese Communist Party is going into overdrive to celebrate its 100th birthday.

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Iran Rattled as Israel Repeatedly Strikes Key Targets

Recent attacks suggest that Israel has a clandestine network inside Iran and that Iranian security services have been powerless to break it.

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Finland Is Again the World's Happiest Country, Report Finds

Finland, for the fourth consecutive year, topped a list of countries evaluated on the well-being of their inhabitants. “Really?” Finns ask.

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Caving to Islamists, Pakistan’s Parliament Debates Expelling French Ambassador

Just a week ago, the government declared Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan a terrorist group. But after violent protests spurred by the publication of caricatures in France, the government acquiesced to the Islamist party’s demands.

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On the Menu at a Lunch in Italy: Protected Songbirds

The Italian police were called to investigate a luncheon for a potential violation of coronavirus rules. They found a feast of migrating finches.

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Idriss Déby, President of Chad, Dies After Clashes With Rebels

Idriss Déby, who ruled with an iron fist for three decades and had just secured his sixth term in office, was considered by the West a linchpin in the fight against Islamist extremism in central Africa.

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France Enabled 1994 Rwanda Genocide, Report Says

A report commissioned by the Rwandan government accuses France of enabling the genocide of at least 800,000 people and of withholding “critical documents and testimony.”

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U.N. Reports Surge of Migrant Children Entering Mexico, Destined for U.S.

The number of children arriving in Mexico seeking to cross into the United States increased ninefold from January to March 2021. About 275 arrive each day.

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After a Tragedy at Sea, a Wrecked Ship Becomes a Powerful Symbol in Italy

The relic of the deadliest shipwreck in the Mediterranean in living memory — in which some 1,000 migrants died — is being re-envisioned as a human rights monument.

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E.U. Regulator Says J.&J. Shot Should Carry Rare Clot Risk Label

The European Medicines Agency did not recommend stopping use of the vaccine, leaving the decision on whether and how to limit it up to individual E.U. countries.

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Sleeping Too Little in Middle-Age May Raise Dementia Risk, Study Finds

The research, tracking thousands of people from age 50 on, suggests those who sleep six hours or less a night are more likely to develop dementia in their late 70s.

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In Ireland, a Grocery Chain Addresses ‘Period Poverty’ With Free Products

The move by Lidl comes as Ireland’s Parliament considers a legal measure to make period products free in the country. It’s among a growing number of such initiatives that aim to ease an inequality.

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Can Policing Change?

As the Derek Chauvin trial heads to the jury, a look at attempts to improve policing.

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A Global Tipping Point for Reining In Tech Has Arrived

Never before have so many countries, including China, moved with such vigor at the same time to limit the power of a single industry.

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Your Tuesday Briefing

Wider vaccine eligibility in the U.S.

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Handful of Unconfirmed Reports Are Being Examined After J.&J. Pause

Officials are trying to determine whether the reports might be cases of a rare, serious blood clotting disorder. It’s unclear whether the vaccine was responsible for the original cases.

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A confused federal effort to retrieve Americans overseas in the initial outbreak led to safety risks, a new report says.

The federal report concluded that the evacuation of Americans from China bogged down badly as different divisions within the federal health department argued over which was responsible.

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Your Tuesday Briefing

Shortages and mounting death tolls in India’s second wave.

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Emergent BioSolutions halts operations at its Baltimore plant, where J.&J. doses were ruined, at the F.D.A.’s request.

The Times had reported that production of new batches of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine would be put on hold while the review was underway.

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Israel plans a testing program to let children go where the vaccinated can.

With a negative test, those under 16 will be allowed access to sporting and religious events in lieu of a vaccination certificate.

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