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5 months ago
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Palestinian Attack in Central Israel Kills One Woman, Injures 16, Police Say

Israeli authorities said they are treating the incident as a terrorist attack

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5 months ago
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After 100 Days, Israel-Hamas War Threatens to Spill Beyond Gaza, Disrupt Global Trade

The war has swung from a brutal Hamas attack to Israel’s ferocious retaliation—with no end in sight

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5 months ago
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Ukraine’s War Effort Is Stuck. This Heroic Battlefield Failure Shows Why.

The deadly rout of elite Ukraine forces in last year’s counteroffensive against Russian invaders is a lesson in why t...

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5 months ago
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The Cable Company That Wants to Take the Pain Out of Streaming

New subscribers to Charter’s Spectrum will watch TV via a streaming app that lives alongside Netflix, Disney+

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6 months ago
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The Epicenter of Gaza Humanitarian Crisis Is This Border Town

The U.N. warns that Rafah, on the Egyptian frontier, could soon host half of the Palestinian territory’s 2.2 million ...

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6 months ago
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Climate Change Made Their Homes Unsafe. Who Pays for Their Move?

Developing nations like Uganda, where more rain is causing deadly landslides, will press rich nations at internationa...

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7 months ago
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Israel-Hamas War Puts Palestinians Back on Arab World’s Agenda

U.S.-allied governments face a dilemma navigating public anger with Israel and their ties to Washington

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7 months ago
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Israel Takes Fight Underground to Hamas’s Vast Gaza Tunnel Network

Beneath Gaza, a labyrinth of tunnels used by Hamas will complicate any potential Israeli ground offensive in the Pale...

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7 months ago
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Ukraine War Slips Toward Violent Stalemate

Ukrainian and Russian offensives are struggling for a major breakthrough against strong defensive lines

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8 months ago
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This Russian Suicide Drone Is Blunting Ukraine’s Advance

Russia is catching up to Ukraine on battlefield drone use with unmanned vehicles like the Lancet and a new exploding ...

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8 months ago
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It’s U.S. vs. China in an Increasingly Divided World Economy

Trade and investment flows settle into new patterns around two rival power centers—with major risks

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8 months ago
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Americans Endure Anxious Wait to Leave Gaza as Israeli Forces Tighten Grip

Thousands of Sderot’s residents were evacuated after Hamas’s Oct. 7 attacks. Ben C. Solomon reports from the Israeli ...

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8 months ago
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Foreign Nationals Start to Leave Gaza at Egyptian Border

Foreign passport holders and severely wounded Palestinians started leaving Gaza via the Rafah border crossing for the...

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8 months ago
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Ukraine’s Slow Advance Challenges Kyiv, Allies

Country’s counteroffensive hasn’t achieved a breakthrough, and global attention is shifting to conflict in the Middle...

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8 months ago
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Hamas’s Gaza Chief, Once a High-Profile Prisoner in Israel, Is Now a ‘Dead Man Walking’

Israeli officials blame Yahya Sinwar for the Oct. 7 attacks and vow to kill him

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8 months ago
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How the West—and Israel Itself—Inadvertently Funded Hamas

Islamist organization diverted humanitarian assistance and levied taxes after blockade of Gaza was eased

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8 months ago
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Ignoring U.S. Calls for Peace, Egypt Delivered Drones to Sudan’s Military

Bayraktar drone deliveries are latest instance of regional powers meddling in Sudan’s civil war

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8 months ago
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Ukraine, Allies Push to Avoid Stalemate as Headwinds Grow

Concerns about the slow pace of Ukraine’s advances this year have been accentuated by doubts over the durability of W...

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8 months ago
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Israel’s Military Says It Has Regained Control of Southern Towns From Hamas

The Israel Defense Forces released footage showing what it said were airstrikes on hundreds of Hamas targets across G...

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9 months ago
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Children Fed on Grass, No Medication for Rape Victims: Aid to African Crises Cut Back as Needs Soar

Aid groups in Africa face biggest funding shortfalls in decades amid new humanitarian emergencies, price increases, U...

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9 months ago
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Ukrainian Armored Vehicles Breach Russian Defensive Line in Southeast

Small, secret boat raids along the Dnipro River are playing an outsized role in Ukraine’s counteroffensive strategy—r...

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9 months ago
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Ukraine Says It Eliminated Advanced Russian Air-Defense System in Crimea

Latest strike to target occupied peninsula used Ukrainian-made cruise missiles, official says

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10 months ago
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Electric Cars Power China’s Economic Hopes as Internet Titans Take a Back Seat

China is now the world’s largest auto exporter with Russia becoming its biggest buyer this year. WSJ explains how Chi...

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10 months ago
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Two Cyclones Hit Days Apart. Can Scientists Prove Climate Change Caused Them?

Many in Vanuatu cite global warming, but science struggles to connect weather events to rising temperatures

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10 months ago
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Ukrainian Counteroffensive Pierces Main Russian Defensive Line in Southeast

After three months of grinding advances in Western-backed operation, Kyiv accelerates advances along main line of attack

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10 months ago
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The Last Days of Wagner’s Prigozhin

The final two months of Wagner Group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin’s life were full of speculation about his whereabouts a...

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10 months ago
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China’s Crisis of Confidence in Six Charts

Chinese households are losing faith in the nation’s future and could drag down the entire economy

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10 months ago
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Ukraine Hatches Plan to Reopen Black Sea Grain Route, Defying Russian Blockade

Russia launched a wave of drone strikes on Ukraine’s grain storage and port infrastructure early on Wednesday. The po...

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10 months ago
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Ukraine’s Reset: A Slow and Bloody Advance on Foot

After the failures of the initial armored assaults, which were blunted by Russian defenses, Kyiv resorted to small un...

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10 months ago
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Ukraine Uses Small-Unit Tactics to Retake Captured Territory From Russia

On the southeastern front, platoons backed by artillery fight to dislodge Russians

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11 months ago
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Ukrainian Naval Drones Attack Russian Black Sea Port

Russia launched a wave of drone strikes on Ukraine’s grain storage and port infrastructure early on Wednesday. The po...

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11 months ago
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Behind Ukraine’s Deadly Drones: Putin’s Invasion and Biden’s Limits

Russia blamed Ukraine for an alleged drone attack that struck a building in Moscow’s business district. The same buil...

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11 months ago
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Russia Boosts Rates as Ukraine War Costs Mount

The economy is at an inflection point. A falling ruble, soaring wages and booming debt-fueled state spending have rei...

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11 months ago
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Why Russia Killed the Ukraine Grain Deal

Disrupting Black Sea trade could boost Russian exports; Ukraine responds with counter-threat

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11 months ago
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Ukraine Adopts Slow Approach to Counteroffensive: “Our Problem Everywhere Is the Sky”

The recent turmoil in Russia could provide an opportunity for Ukraine's battlefield forces. WSJ reporter Ian Lovett a...

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12 months ago
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Ukraine Counterattack Is Heavy Going, West Says, as Russia Resists

As Ukraine’s counteroffensive grinds on, Kyiv has been hitting military infrastructure and supply lines deep inside R...

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12 months ago
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Drones Are Downed in Moscow, Disrupting Flights

Drone attacks on the Kremlin and residential buildings in Moscow have brought the Ukraine war to Russia’s capital. WS...

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about 1 year ago
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Russian Strikes Kill Six in Ukraine as Moscow Looks to Undermine Kyiv’s Counteroffensive

Moscow’s attacks in the south and east of the country are designed to disrupt Kyiv’s moves to retake territory

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about 1 year ago
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Ukraine Targets Russian Defensive Lines in Sign Counteroffensive Is in Motion

Residents in Kherson came under fire as they tried to evacuate from flooded areas in Ukraine Thursday, after the dest...

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