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Monday Briefing: Putin Extends His Rule

Putin extends his rule after a predetermined votePresident Vladimir Putin claimed another six-year term in a presidential contest in which he faced no real...

Niger Orders American Troops to Leave Its Territory

Niger said it is revoking its military cooperation deal with the United States, ordering 1,000 American armed forces personnel to leave the country and...

Gaza Aid Chef, José Andrés, Calls for Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire

As a second ship towing desperately needed aid prepared to depart for Gaza on Sunday, José Andrés, the founder of the food charity sending...

Navalny’s Widow Votes in Berlin

Yulia Navalnaya, the widow of the opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny, lined up with voters outside the Russian embassy in Berlin on Sunday, in...

Ukrainian Drones Attack Russia on Final Day of Voting, Russian Officials Say

Ukraine fired a volley of exploding drones at Moscow and other targets on the final day of Russia’s presidential vote on Sunday, the local...

Long Lines of Russian Voters Signal Discontent With Vladimir Putin’s Rule

Long lines of voters formed outside polling stations in major Russian cities during the presidential election on Sunday, in what opposition figures portrayed as...

Russia elections: Protesters arrested on final day of vote set to give Vladimir Putin fifth term

RUSSIAN COMMUNIST PARTYCopyright: RUSSIAN COMMUNIST PARTYWhile we know from previous elections that a Vladimir Putin victory is more or less guaranteed, there are three...

Little Suspense Over Russian Vote. What Comes Next Is Less Certain.

Maria and her husband, Aleksandr, are certain that President Vladimir V. Putin will secure a fifth term as Russia’s leader in the presidential election...

Israel-Hamas War: Latest Updates – The New York Times

The United Nations human rights office has documented more than two dozen attacks on Gazans waiting for desperately needed aid since January, with hunger...

Iceland Volcano Erupts in Plumes of Fire With Little Notice

A volcano erupted with little notice in southern Iceland on Saturday night, the latest in a string of eruptions in the area, threatening local...

Gang Violence Pushes Haiti’s Health System to the Brink of Collapse

Taïna Cenatus, a 29-year-old culinary student in Haiti, lost her balance at school one day this month and toppled over, but it was not...

Little Suspense Over Russian Vote. What Comes Next Is Less Certain.

Maria and her husband, Aleksandr, are certain that President Vladimir V. Putin will secure a fifth term as Russia’s leader in the presidential election...

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