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Auschwitz Memorial Criticizes Amazon for ‘Hunters’ and Sale of Nazi Propaganda 23 Feb 11:02pm Auschwitz Memorial Criticizes Amazon for ‘Hunters’ and Sale of Nazi Propaganda
The Auschwitz Memorial said the TV show’s human chess scene at a Nazi concentration camp was a dangerous caricature that welcomed “future deniers.”
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Israel Strikes Militants in Syria and Gaza After Clash Over Body at Border 23 Feb 7:35pm Israel Strikes Militants in Syria and Gaza After Clash Over Body at Border
A failed attempt to plant a bomb at the border cost a Palestinian militant his life. But the seizure of his body drew harsh criticism within Israel.
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The Fires Are Out, but Australia’s Climate Disasters Aren’t Over 23 Feb 5:38pm The Fires Are Out, but Australia’s Climate Disasters Aren’t Over
Devastating floods came soon after the bush fires. Scientists call it “compound extremes,” as one catastrophe intensifies the next.
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Knitters Chronicle Climate Change One Stitch at a Time 23 Feb 3:56pm Updated Knitters Chronicle Climate Change One Stitch at a Time
Volunteers use different colors of yarn to make “temperature scarves” that serve as fashionable records of a warming world.
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Israeli Bulldozer Wrests Gaza Militant’s Body From Palestinians 23 Feb 3:55pm Updated Israeli Bulldozer Wrests Gaza Militant’s Body From Palestinians
A failed attempt to plant a bomb at the border cost a Palestinian militant his life. But the seizure of his body drew harsh criticism within Israel.
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23 Feb 3:11pm Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Italy Locks Down Region After Spike in Infections
In South Korea, which has more than 600 confirmed cases, President Moon Jae-in empowered his government to restrict travel.
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Founder of French Charity Is Accused of Pattern of Abuse 23 Feb 2:46pm Updated Founder of French Charity Is Accused of Pattern of Abuse
The French-based charity, L’Arche International, revealed that its founder, Jean Vanier, had engaged in “manipulative sexual relationships” with women from 1970 to 2005.
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Founder of French Charity Is Accused of Pattern of Sexual Abuse 23 Feb 2:12pm Updated Founder of French Charity Is Accused of Pattern of Sexual Abuse
The French-based charity, L’Arche International, revealed that its founder, Jean Vanier, had engaged in “manipulative sexual relationships” with women from 1970 to 2005.
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‘Politics of Hate’ Takes a Toll in Germany Well Beyond Immigrants 23 Feb 1:50pm Updated ‘Politics of Hate’ Takes a Toll in Germany Well Beyond Immigrants
As the far-right gains traction, harassment and intimidation of local officials are growing, threatening democracy at the grass roots.
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How a Neighbors’ Feud in Paradise Launched an International Rape Case 23 Feb 11:53am Updated How a Neighbors’ Feud in Paradise Launched an International Rape Case
The fashion executive Peter Nygard has clashed for years with his neighbor in the Bahamas, the billionaire Louis Bacon. The latest development is a lawsuit saying Mr. Nygard sexually exploited teenage girls.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Xi Acknowledges ‘Shortcomings’ in Fight Against Outbreak 23 Feb 11:22am Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Xi Acknowledges ‘Shortcomings’ in Fight Against Outbreak
In nearby South Korea, which has more than 600 confirmed cases, President Moon Jae-in empowered his government to lock down cities and restrict travel.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: South Korea’s Leader Raises Alert Level to Maximum 23 Feb 7:56am Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: South Korea’s Leader Raises Alert Level to Maximum
With more than 600 cases confirmed, President Moon Jae-in empowered the government to lock down cities and restrict travel. Iran also reported eight deaths from the virus.
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23 Feb 7:32am Nine Dead in Turkey After Quake Hits Rural Iran Border Region
Nine people died and hundreds of buildings collapsed in southeastern Turkey on Sunday after a magnitude-5.7 earthquake struck near the border with Iran, injuring dozens in villages and towns in both countries, government officials said.
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Earthquake in Iran Kills at Least 9 in Neighboring Turkey 23 Feb 6:23am Earthquake in Iran Kills at Least 9 in Neighboring Turkey
People remained trapped under rubble after the magnitude-5.7 earthquake struck in western Iran on Sunday, a Turkish official said.
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Earthquake in Iran Kills at Least 7 in Neighboring Turkey 23 Feb 5:42am Earthquake in Iran Kills at Least 7 in Neighboring Turkey
People remained trapped under rubble after the magnitude-5.7 earthquake struck in western Iran on Sunday, a Turkish official said.
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‘We’re in a Petri Dish’: How a Coronavirus Ravaged a Cruise Ship 23 Feb 5:37am Updated ‘We’re in a Petri Dish’: How a Coronavirus Ravaged a Cruise Ship
More than three days passed before Japan imposed a quarantine. That delay and other missteps helped produce the largest outbreak of the virus beyond China.
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23 Feb 5:00am 1920: Britain, Italy and Japan Recognized Soviet Russia
Before peace talks, the French prime minister was faced with three countries agreeing to recognize the Soviet government in Russia.
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23 Feb 1:57am Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Infection Numbers Climb Higher in South Korea
The prime minister called the situation “grave.” More than 500 cases and four deaths have been confirmed.
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Infection Numbers Spike in South Korea, and Fear Builds 23 Feb 12:38am Infection Numbers Spike in South Korea, and Fear Builds
In total, 28 countries outside of China have reported more than 1,500 coronavirus cases.
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