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Live Updates: Israel Says Confrontation With Iran ‘Is Not Over’

After Bondi Stabbing Rampage, Australia Asks How and Why

A memorial in Bondi Junction, a suburb of Sydney, Australia, on Sunday, a day after six people were killed in a stabbing rampage.

She Was Kidnapped a Decade Ago With 275 Girls. Finally, She Escaped.

Saratu Dauda shares what happened after the terrorist group Boko Haram abducted her and her classmates.

Ukraine’s Draft Dodgers Run, and Swim, to Avoid the War

Ukrainian border guards patrolling along the Tysa River, facing Romania, in Tyachiv, Ukraine. The Romanian authorities say more than 6,000 men have turned up on their side of the river since Russia invaded Ukraine in 2022.

What We Know About Iran’s Military as It Threatens Israel

A military parade in Tehran last year. The Iranian armed forces are among the biggest in the Middle East, with 580,000 soldiers and officers and also 200,000 reservists.

State Dept. Is Sending Its Top Diplomat for East Asia to China

Daniel J. Kritenbrink, the assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, will travel to China on Sunday.

Cable Car Accident in Antalya, Turkey, Drops Passengers Onto Mountain

Rescuers used cranes, helicopters and ropes to evacuate passengers from a crippled cable car line outside Antalya, Turkey.

For Many Western Allies, Sending Weapons to Israel Gets Dicey

Israeli soldiers in January in the central Gaza Strip. The war there has prompted war crimes charges against Israel and allies that sell it weapons.

Protesters in Niger Call for U.S. Military Exit

Protesters on Saturday in Niger’s capital, Niamey. Some carried Russian flags alongside Niger’s green, white and orange version.

In Bogotá, Cyclists Fear Becoming Crime Victims

Bogotá is a Mecca for cyclists, but concerns over robberies are increasing.

New Zealanders Are Crazy for This Fruit. It’s Not the Kiwi.

The feijoa, a fragrant green fruit, being collected in a garden in Nelson, New Zealand.

Haiti Sets Up Transitional Council, Clearing Way for an Acting Leader

An improvised barricade last month in Port-au-Prince, Haiti’s capital. A coalition of armed gangs has controlled most of the city since it began an offensive in late February.

A Soccer Bridesmaid Readies the Crown, and Germany (Mostly) Likes the Look

Bayer Leverkusen fans may get to celebrate the team’s maiden German championship this weekend.

Myanmar Rebels Take Key Trading Town, but Counteroffensive Looms

Myanmar residents after crossing into the Thai border town of Mae Sot on Thursday.

Israel Used Iron Dome and Arrow 3 Systems to Block Attack

Israel’s Iron Dome defense system intercepting rockets launched from the Gaza Strip over Sderot last year.

A History of the Shadow War Between Iran and Israel

Emergency workers searched the rubble of a building that was part of the Iranian embassy complex in Damascus, Syria, a day after the April 1 airstrike.

Israel Faced a Sophisticated Attack From Iran

Drones or missiles being fired at Israel from Iran on early Sunday.

U.S. Intercepts Dozens of Iranian Drones and Missiles Aimed at Israel

A U.S. Marine stands on guard outside of the Oval Office, indicating that President Joe Biden remains in the Oval Office on Saturday evening after Iran launched drone attacks against Israel.

Tensions Flare in West Bank After Israeli Teenager Is Found Dead

Israeli settlers torched cars and buildings in Al Mughayir in the West Bank on Saturday, Palestinian officials said.

Sydney Mall Stabbing Attack: What We Know

Officials in New South Wales, Australia, confirmed that at least six people died in a knife attack carried out by a man who was later shot and killed by the police.

Stabbing Attack in Sydney Kills At Least 6

Emergency vehicles lined the street outside the Westfield Bondi Junction shopping mall in Australia on Saturday, after a stabbing attack killed six and injured at least two others.

Iran Seizes Israel-Linked Container Ship

Mall Attack Was Australia’s Worst Mass Violence in Years

The car used in a driving rampage that killed six people on a busy street in Melbourne, Australia, in 2017.

As ‘Sex and the City’ Ages, Some Find the Cosmo Glass Half-Empty

Israeli Teen’s Death Ignites More Violence in West Bank

A Palestinian man inspecting damage on Saturday after Israeli settlers attacked the village of Al Mughayir, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

Witnesses to Sydney Mall Stabbing Describe Harrowing Scenes

The police escorted members of the public from Bondi Junction after responding to reports of the stabbing attack in Sydney, Australia, on Saturday.

The Gen Z Crossword Era

Bondi Junction, Site of Sydney Stabbing Attack, Is a Busy Hub

Reacting outside the Westfield Bondi Junction shopping mall after the stabbings in Sydney, Australia, on Saturday.

Why a Liberal Premier Wants to Pause a Carbon Tax Increase

Andrew Furey, the premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, has called for a carbon tax pause.

China’s ‘Special Place’ in Modi’s Heart Is Now a Thorn in His Side

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Chinese leader, Xi Jinping, in 2016 at a BRICS meeting in Goa, India.

‘Climate-Controlled’ Sausage? Courts Crack Down on ‘Greenwashing’

Members of Fossil Free Netherlands, which has brought a lawsuit against the Dutch airline KLM for misleading consumers with its sustainability claims, outside the Amsterdam court in December.

Argentine Court Blames Iran for 1990s Bombings of Israeli Embassy and Jewish Center

Emergency personnel at the site of the bombing in Buenos Aires in 1994.

U.S. Targets May Not Be on List in Possible Iran Attack, Officials Say

A funeral procession in Tehran last week included photos of seven Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps members killed during an airstrike by Israeli forces on Iran’s Embassy complex in Syria.

Iran’s Retaliation Likely to Be Limited, but Errors Could Lead to War, Experts Say

Iranians gathered at the funeral last week for the military officers killed by an Israeli airstrike in Damascus, Syria.

Iran Likely Will Strike Israel, Not U.S. Forces, U.S. and Iranian Officials Say

A photograph released by Iranian state news shows Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader. Iran has vowed revenge for the April 1 airstrike on its embassy complex in Damascus, Syria.

Back From Ukraine, a House Republican Makes the Case for More Aid

Representative Chuck Edwards, Republican of North Carolina, is willing to join Democrats to approve more aid for Ukraine.

Coaches Have to Be Salesmen, Too

David Moyes has twice taken over a troubled West Ham and guided it out of danger.

Bank of England Will Overhaul Its Forecasting After Inflation Surprises

Britain had managed economic shocks well under existing policy until a series of events, including Brexit and pandemic lockdowns, disrupted the economy.

Autopsy’s Ketamine Error Compounds Grief After Balloon Pilot’s Death

Cornelius van der Walt, a hot-air balloon pilot, died with three others in a crash in Arizona.

U.S. Issues New Travel Restrictions Over Possible Iranian Strike

Jerusalem earlier this month. New State Department guidelines bar U.S. personnel from leaving the Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Beersheba metropolitan areas in Israel.

War or No War, Ukrainians Aren’t Giving Up Their Coffee

In Kyiv, Ukraine, coffee kiosks staffed by trained baristas serving tasty mochas for less than $2 have become a fixture of the streetscape.

China Feels Boxed In by the U.S. but Has Few Ways to Push Back

President Biden with President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. of the Philippines and Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan at the White House on Thursday.

Even Before the Olympics, a Victory Lap for a Fast-Moving French Mayor

Karim Bouamrane in his office in St.-Ouen, France. “I’m using the Olympic Games as a political weapon,” he said.

Friday Briefing

Smoke billowing during Israeli bombardment in Gaza City on Thursday.

Indigenous Authors and the Challenge of Telling Their Own Story

A view of the University of Melbourne.

Europe’s A.I. ‘Champion’ Sets Sights on Tech Giants in U.S.

“The issue with not having a European champion is that the road map gets set by the United States,” Mr. Mensch said.

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Friday Briefing: U.S. General Visits Israel Amid Fears of Iranian Attack

Trucks carrying the coffins of seven Iranian commanders killed in an Israeli airstrike in Syria passed by mourners in Tehran on Friday.

Here’s What to Know About the Hunger Crisis in Gaza

A group receiving food aid last month in Jabaliya, in northern Gaza.

U.S. Sends a Top General to Israel Amid Fears of Iranian Strikes

Smoke billowing during Israeli bombardment in Gaza City on Thursday.

In Ancient Pompeii, Fresco Dining Room With Trojan Decor Offers New Insights

The Push for a Better Dengue Vaccine Grows More Urgent

A nurse attending to a patient with dengue at Chulucanas Hospital in Peru in February.

Global Stockpile of Cholera Vaccine Is Gone as Outbreaks Spread

A health worker administering a dosage of the cholera vaccine during an immunization campaign in Harare, Zimbabwe, in January.

Mexico’s 2024 General Election: What to Know

Julian Assange’s Family React to Biden Suggesting U.S. Might Drop Case

Julian Assange leaving a London court in a prison van in 2019. He has been asking Britain’s courts to prevent his extradition to the United States.

Deborah Feldman, the Author of ‘Unorthodox,’ Touches a Nerve in Germany

The author Deborah Feldman has been outspoken about German politics since the beginning of the Israel-Hamas war.

3 Men Rescued from Pacific Island After Writing ‘Help’ With Palm Leaves

In this image provided by the U.S. Coast Guard, the word “help” is written in palm fronds on the beach of a small island in Micronesia.

European Central Bank Signals Coming Rate Cut, Setting Up Split With Fed

The European Central Bank, its headquarters in Frankfurt, has been trying to work out the delicate timing of when to cut interest rates.

Israel Announces New Attack on Hamas After Killing Top Leader’s Sons in Airstrike

Ismail Haniyeh, who leads the political wing of Hamas from exile, on a visit to Tehran last month. He said three of his sons had been killed in an Israeli airstrike.

Vietnamese Real Estate Tycoon Sentenced to Death in $12 Billion Fraud Case

Truong My Lan during her trial in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on Thursday.

What the Election Loss Means for President Yoon of South Korea

President Yoon Suk Yeol of South Korea casting his early vote for the parliamentary election, in Busan, this month. Voters delivered a decisive defeat for his party.

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