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Live Updates: Ukrainian Forces Denounce Russia’s Apparent Plans to Try Soldiers

Ukrainian officials fear that such trials would be a bid to deflect attention from atrocities that Russian forces have committed.

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His Next Move: A Ukrainian Boy Starts a New Life Through Chess

After fleeing the war in Ukraine with his mother, Maksym Kryshtafor, 8, is using his passion for chess to help him assimilate into the United Kingdom.

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Seven Injured in Shooting in Jerusalem

Two of the victims were seriously hurt in the episode in the Old City, which emergency responders are considering a suspected terror attack.

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Shots Fired at Airport in Australia’s Capital

There were no reports of injuries, but the episode was nonetheless shocking in a country where mass and random shootings are extremely rare.

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Salman Rushdie Attack Recalls Murder of His Japanese Translator

Hitoshi Igarashi, who translated “The Satanic Verses,” was fatally stabbed at a university near Tokyo where he taught Islamic culture. The crime remains unsolved.

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Ivory Coast, a Big Cocoa Exporter, Tries to Move Up the Ladder

A new generation of Ivory Coast chocolatiers is striving to change an industry that has long left cocoa farmers in poverty.

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The Tumultuous Summer That Changed the World

Over the span of just a few weeks in 2021, the Taliban’s offensive shifted from rural threat to urban conquest before they walked into Kabul on Aug. 15. Times photographers were there to document that fateful summer in Afghanistan.

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After Years of Languishing in Egypt’s Prisons, a Sudden Release

Political prisoners in Egypt live under constant uncertainty about how long they will be detained. So freedom often comes as a big, and welcome, surprise.

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In Wealthy City, a Marxist Mayor Wins Over Voters

Yes, this Communist politician in Graz, Austria, wants to redistribute wealth, but a focus on housing, her own modest lifestyle and a hard childhood have helped her popularity.

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How Sri Lankans Rose Up to Dethrone a Dynasty

An army of nuns, farmers and middle-class professionals felt a duty to save their virtually bankrupt nation. But their fight is far from over.

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Serbia’s Leader Rejects Putin Label Amid Fears of Russian Meddling

President Aleksandar Vucic’s ties to Moscow raise awkward questions as the Kremlin appears to be stirring unrest in the Balkans to deflect attention from the war in Ukraine.

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‘My School Had No Chairs, No Blackboards, No Books’

Despite her struggles to get an education in Afghanistan, Mursal Rahim holds fast to her dream of becoming a lawyer.

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‘Day by Day, I Realized I Have the Freedom Here’

A group of Afghan employees from the Kabul bureau of The New York Times adjust after evacuation to the United States. Their new lives are challenging, but full of opportunities.

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‘Regimes Like the Taliban That Impose Themselves on Nations Will Not Last Long’

Omar Ahmadi graduated from university with a degree in international relations, after evacuating from Afghanistan. He hopes to continue his studies in the United States.

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As U.S. Seeks to Close Guantánamo, Saudi Center Could Be Option

The Biden administration is looking for places to safely send cleared Guantánamo detainees who cannot go home. Could a program in Saudi Arabia provide a solution?

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Partition Survivors Seek Closure Through a YouTube Channel

The YouTube channel Punjabi Lehar, based in Pakistan, has reunited people who were separated by the partition of India in 1947.

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With New Weaponry, Ukraine Is Subtly Shifting Its War Strategy

Striking deep behind enemy lines, the Ukrainians are depleting Russia’s combat potential, slowing its advance in the east and creating new vulnerabilities in the south.

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Summer’s Down Elevator

Make the most of the last weeks of summer, whether you’re dreading the end of the season or dancing about it.

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Restaurants That Are Institutions as Much as Places to Dine

Edmonton’s Bistro Praha is among the rare spots to find a formula that has ensured longevity in a generally difficult business.

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American Lawyer Asim Ghafoor Freed From Detention in U.A.E.

Asim Ghafoor, who was convicted of financial crimes, was freed from a monthlong detention in Dubai after paying a $1.36 million fine.

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