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  30.      <title>How the Israel-Hamas War in Gaza Galvanized the American Left</title>
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  136.      <description>The legislature approved a law to replenish Ukrainian forces. Lawmakers said the bill included incentives for volunteers and new penalties for those trying to evade conscription.</description>
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  152.      <title>What the Election Loss Means for President Yoon of South Korea</title>
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  157.      <dc:creator>Choe Sang-Hun</dc:creator>
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  170.      <media:description>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. </media:description>
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  173.      <title>Vietnamese Real Estate Tycoon Sentenced to Death in $12 Billion Fraud Case</title>
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  179.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 18:19:05 +0000</pubDate>
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  197.      <title>In Ancient Pompeii, Fresco Dining Room With Trojan Decor Offers New Insights</title>
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  213.      <title>What a Terror Attack in Israel Might Reveal About Psychedelics and Trauma</title>
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  217.      <description>Thousands of Israelis were using mind-altering substances when Hamas-led fighters attacked a desert festival on Oct. 7. Now, scientists are studying the ravers to determine the effects of such drugs at a moment of extreme trauma.</description>
  218.      <dc:creator>Natan Odenheimer, Aaron Boxerman and Gal Koplewitz</dc:creator>
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  233.      <media:credit>Avishag Shaar-Yashuv for The New York Times</media:credit>
  234.      <media:description>This photo of Yuval Tapuhi was taken at the Tribe of Nova festival on Oct. 7, before the Hamas-led terrorist attack.</media:description>
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  237.      <title>Global Stockpile of Cholera Vaccine Is Gone as Outbreaks Spread</title>
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  241.      <description>One company is going to great lengths to build it up, but it will be years before it returns to the minimum level.</description>
  242.      <dc:creator>Stephanie Nolen</dc:creator>
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  258.      <title>3 Men Rescued from Pacific Island After Writing ‘Help’ With Palm Leaves</title>
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  262.      <description>American rescuers found the lost sailors on a tiny uninhabited island in Micronesia with a damaged boat and the word spelled out on the beach.</description>
  263.      <dc:creator>John Yoon</dc:creator>
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  274.      <media:description>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.</media:description>
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  277.      <title>Iran’s Retaliation Likely to Be Limited, but Errors Could Lead to War, Experts Say</title>
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  281.      <description>After Israel killed several top Iranian commanders, Iran wants to respond without provoking further escalation, military analysts say, but there is a dangerous risk of miscalculation.</description>
  282.      <dc:creator>Aaron Boxerman</dc:creator>
  283.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 18:37:58 +0000</pubDate>
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  295.      <title>Back From Ukraine, a House Republican Makes the Case for More Aid</title>
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  299.      <description>Representative Chuck Edwards, a first-term North Carolinian, has emerged as a vocal proponent for U.S. aid to Ukraine in a party that has grown hostile to it. He recently saw the war up close.</description>
  300.      <dc:creator>Catie Edmondson</dc:creator>
  301.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 15:25:41 +0000</pubDate>
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  310.      <media:description>Representative Chuck Edwards, Republican of North Carolina, is willing to join Democrats to approve more aid for Ukraine.</media:description>
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  313.      <title>Coaches Have to Be Salesmen, Too</title>
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  317.      <description>David Moyes has established West Ham as a fixture in the top half of the Premier League and a regular presence in Europe. So why do so many fans want him out?</description>
  318.      <dc:creator>Rory Smith</dc:creator>
  319.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 14:59:34 +0000</pubDate>
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  326.      <media:description>David Moyes has twice taken over a troubled West Ham and guided it out of danger. </media:description>
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  329.      <title>Bank of England Will Overhaul Its Forecasting After Inflation Surprises</title>
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  333.      <description>The review, which was led by Ben S. Bernanke, a former Federal Reserve chair, came after the central bank had been criticized for underestimating inflation.</description>
  334.      <dc:creator>Eshe Nelson</dc:creator>
  335.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 18:07:07 +0000</pubDate>
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  347.      <media:description>Britain had managed economic shocks well under existing policy until a series of events, including Brexit and pandemic lockdowns, disrupted the economy.</media:description>
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  350.      <title>Autopsy’s Ketamine Error Compounds Grief After Balloon Pilot’s Death</title>
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  356.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 15:09:43 +0000</pubDate>
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  368.      <media:description>Cornelius van der Walt, a hot-air balloon pilot, died with three others in a crash in Arizona.</media:description>
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  371.      <title>U.S. Issues New Travel Restrictions Over Possible Iranian Strike</title>
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  375.      <description>The State Department has barred its employees from traveling to large parts of Israel. Iran has repeatedly vowed to strike back over the deadly bombing this month of an Iranian Embassy complex in Syria.</description>
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  377.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 16:58:49 +0000</pubDate>
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  390.      <category domain="">International Relations</category>
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  394.      <media:description>Jerusalem earlier this month. New State Department guidelines bar U.S. personnel from leaving the Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Beersheba metropolitan areas in Israel.</media:description>
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  397.      <title>Friday Briefing</title>
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  401.      <description>A U.S. general goes to Israel.</description>
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  403.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 05:00:23 +0000</pubDate>
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  406.      <media:description>Smoke billowing during Israeli bombardment in Gaza City on Thursday.</media:description>
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  408.    <item>
  409.      <title>Indigenous Authors and the Challenge of Telling Their Own Story</title>
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  413.      <description>A university program seeks to improve cross-cultural understanding in Australia’s publishing industry.</description>
  414.      <dc:creator>Julia Bergin</dc:creator>
  415.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 04:42:40 +0000</pubDate>
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  419.      <category domain="">Writing and Writers</category>
  420.      <category domain="">Indigenous Australians</category>
  421.      <category domain="">Poetry and Poets</category>
  422.      <category domain="">Intellectual Property</category>
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  424.      <media:credit>Asanka Brendon Ratnayake for The New York Times</media:credit>
  425.      <media:description>A view of the University of Melbourne.</media:description>
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  427.    <item>
  428.      <title>Europe’s A.I. ‘Champion’ Sets Sights on Tech Giants in U.S.</title>
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  433.      <dc:creator>Liz Alderman and Adam Satariano</dc:creator>
  434.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 04:01:12 +0000</pubDate>
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  439.      <category domain="">Open-Source Software</category>
  440.      <category domain="">Mistral AI SAS</category>
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  443.      <category domain="">France</category>
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  445.      <media:credit>Dmitry Kostyukov for The New York Times</media:credit>
  446.      <media:description>“The issue with not having a European champion is that the road map gets set by the United States,” Mr. Mensch said.</media:description>
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  449.      <title>Share Your Story About the Organ Transplant System</title>
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  453.      <description>We want to hear from doctors, nurses, technicians, patients and others with experience in the system. Tell us your experiences below.</description>
  454.      <dc:creator>Brian M. Rosenthal and Jessica Silver-Greenberg</dc:creator>
  455.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 23:11:34 +0000</pubDate>
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  458.      <category domain="">Health Care Workers</category>
  459.      <category domain="">Transplants</category>
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  461.    <item>
  462.      <title>Friday Briefing: U.S. General Visits Israel Amid Fears of Iranian Attack</title>
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  466.      <description>Also, O.J. Simpson died at 76.</description>
  467.      <dc:creator>Amelia Nierenberg</dc:creator>
  468.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 21:16:44 +0000</pubDate>
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  471.      <media:credit>Arash Khamooshi for The New York Times</media:credit>
  472.      <media:description>Trucks carrying the coffins of seven Iranian commanders killed in an Israeli airstrike in Syria passed by mourners in Tehran on Friday.</media:description>
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  474.    <item>
  475.      <title>Here’s What to Know About the Hunger Crisis in Gaza</title>
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  479.      <description>“The food production system has been completely obliterated, and the lack of entry of emergency aid within a short time has created a free fall,” a United Nations official said.</description>
  480.      <dc:creator>Matthew Mpoke Bigg</dc:creator>
  481.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 14:39:41 +0000</pubDate>
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  483.      <category domain="">Humanitarian Aid</category>
  484.      <category domain="">Israel-Gaza War (2023- )</category>
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  487.      <category domain="">World Central Kitchen</category>
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  490.      <media:description>A group receiving food aid last month in Jabaliya, in northern Gaza.</media:description>
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  492.    <item>
  493.      <title>U.S. Sends a Top General to Israel Amid Fears of Iranian Strikes</title>
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  497.      <description>The visit of Gen. Michael E. Kurilla, the U.S. military commander in the Middle East, came as diplomats sought to avert a wider war.</description>
  498.      <dc:creator>Cassandra Vinograd and Eric Schmitt</dc:creator>
  499.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 07:19:54 +0000</pubDate>
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  501.      <category domain="">Israel</category>
  502.      <category domain="">Netanyahu, Benjamin</category>
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  507.      <category domain="">Palestinians</category>
  508.      <category domain="">Defense and Military Forces</category>
  509.      <category domain="">International Relations</category>
  510.      <category domain="">Hamas</category>
  511.      <category domain="">Terrorism</category>
  512.      <category domain="">Haniya, Ismail</category>
  513.      <category domain="">United States International Relations</category>
  514.      <category domain="">United States Defense and Military Forces</category>
  515.      <category domain="">Kurilla, Michael E</category>
  516.      <media:content height="1800" medium="image" url="" width="1800"></media:content>
  517.      <media:credit>Agence France-Presse — Getty Images</media:credit>
  518.      <media:description>Smoke billowing during Israeli bombardment in Gaza City on Thursday.</media:description>
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  520.    <item>
  521.      <title>The Push for a Better Dengue Vaccine Grows More Urgent</title>
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  525.      <description>A public research institute in Brazil has proved a new shot protects against the disease, but can’t make it fast enough to stop the huge outbreak sweeping Latin America.</description>
  526.      <dc:creator>Stephanie Nolen</dc:creator>
  527.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 18:44:34 +0000</pubDate>
  528.      <category domain="">Dengue Fever</category>
  529.      <category domain="">Vaccination and Immunization</category>
  530.      <category domain="">Disease Rates</category>
  531.      <category domain="">Clinical Trials</category>
  532.      <category domain="">Deaths (Fatalities)</category>
  533.      <category domain="">Medicine and Health</category>
  534.      <category domain="">Global Warming</category>
  535.      <category domain="">Drugs (Pharmaceuticals)</category>
  536.      <category domain="">Infections</category>
  537.      <category domain="">Merck &amp; Company Inc</category>
  538.      <category domain="">National Institutes of Health</category>
  539.      <category domain="">Brazil</category>
  540.      <category domain="">your-feed-healthcare</category>
  541.      <category domain="">Instituto Butantan</category>
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  543.      <media:credit>Martin Mejia/Associated Press</media:credit>
  544.      <media:description>A nurse attending to a patient with dengue at Chulucanas Hospital in Peru in February.</media:description>
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  546.    <item>
  547.      <title>Mexico’s 2024 General Election: What to Know</title>
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  551.      <description>Mexico’s election will make history. It will be the largest in terms of voters and seats, and the country will elect a female president for the first time.</description>
  552.      <dc:creator>Emiliano Rodríguez Mega</dc:creator>
  553.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 14:34:50 +0000</pubDate>
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  555.      <category domain="">Morena (Mexican Political Party)</category>
  556.      <category domain="">Sheinbaum, Claudia</category>
  557.      <category domain="">Galvez, Xochitl (1963- )</category>
  558.      <category domain="">Lopez Obrador, Andres Manuel</category>
  559.      <category domain="">Mexico</category>
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  563.    <item>
  564.      <title>Julian Assange’s Family React to Biden Suggesting U.S. Might Drop Case</title>
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  568.      <description>The WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange spent five years in a London prison while contesting extradition efforts. Before that, he holed up in the Ecuadorean Embassy.</description>
  569.      <dc:creator>Megan Specia</dc:creator>
  570.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 18:51:30 +0000</pubDate>
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  572.      <category domain="">Biden, Joseph R Jr</category>
  573.      <category domain="">Classified Information and State Secrets</category>
  574.      <category domain="">First Amendment (US Constitution)</category>
  575.      <category domain="">WikiLeaks</category>
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  578.      <category domain="">Extradition</category>
  579.      <category domain="">United States Politics and Government</category>
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  582.      <media:credit>Daniel Leal/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images</media:credit>
  583.      <media:description>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.</media:description>
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  585.    <item>
  586.      <title>Deborah Feldman, the Author of ‘Unorthodox,’ Touches a Nerve in Germany</title>
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  590.      <description>Feldman, who wrote in “Unorthodox” about leaving her Hasidic community in New York, has been touching a nerve in Germany, where she is now a citizen.</description>
  591.      <dc:creator>Jason Farago</dc:creator>
  592.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 13:17:04 +0000</pubDate>
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  594.      <category domain="">Israel-Gaza War (2023- )</category>
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  605.      <media:description>The author Deborah Feldman has been outspoken about German politics since the beginning of the Israel-Hamas war.</media:description>
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  607.    <item>
  608.      <title>European Central Bank Signals Coming Rate Cut, Setting Up Split With Fed</title>
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  612.      <description>The bank held rates for the fifth consecutive time, but said confidence was growing that inflation would return to its target and it could ease its stance soon.</description>
  613.      <dc:creator>Eshe Nelson</dc:creator>
  614.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 18:28:44 +0000</pubDate>
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  616.      <category domain="">European Central Bank</category>
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  620.      <category domain="">Lagarde, Christine</category>
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  623.      <media:description>The European Central Bank, its headquarters in Frankfurt, has been trying to work out the delicate timing of when to cut interest rates.</media:description>
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  625.    <item>
  626.      <title>Israel Announces New Attack on Hamas After Killing Top Leader’s Sons in Airstrike</title>
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  630.      <description>The military said it had carried out an operation in Gaza to kill members of Hamas, a day after attacking a car carrying three sons of Ismail Haniyeh, the group’s political leader.</description>
  631.      <dc:creator>Cassandra Vinograd</dc:creator>
  632.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 20:47:06 +0000</pubDate>
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  635.      <category domain="">Hamas</category>
  636.      <category domain="">Gaza Strip</category>
  637.      <category domain="">Israel</category>
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  640.      <media:description>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.</media:description>
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  642.    <item>
  643.      <title>In Warning to China, Biden Hosts Summit With Leaders of Japan and Philippines</title>
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  647.      <description>President Biden discussed security in the South China Sea with the leaders of Japan and the Philippines at the White House.</description>
  648.      <dc:creator>Michael D. Shear</dc:creator>
  649.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 00:38:01 +0000</pubDate>
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  655.      <category domain="">Defense and Military Forces</category>
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  658.      <category domain="">Marcos, Ferdinand Jr</category>
  659.      <category domain="">South China Sea</category>
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  661.      <media:credit>Yuri Gripas for The New York Times</media:credit>
  662.      <media:description>President Biden with President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. of the Philippines and Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan at the White House on Thursday. “I want to be clear, the United States defense commitments to Japan and to the Philippines are ironclad,” Mr. Biden said.</media:description>
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  664.    <item>
  665.      <title>Thursday Briefing</title>
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  669.      <description>Japan’s prime minister visits the White House.</description>
  670.      <dc:creator>Daniel E. Slotnik</dc:creator>
  671.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 05:16:00 +0000</pubDate>
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  673.      <media:credit>Haiyun Jiang for The New York Times</media:credit>
  674.      <media:description>President Joe Biden and first lady Dr. Jill Biden greeted Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Mrs. Yuko Kishida of Japan.</media:description>
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  677.      <title>Ukraine’s New Draft Unsettles the Young</title>
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  696.      <title>Akebono, Hawaii-Born Sumo Champion in Japan, Dies at 54</title>
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  700.      <description>Born in Hawaii, he moved to Japan in 1988 and won 11 grand championships. His success drove a resurgence in the sport’s popularity.</description>
  701.      <dc:creator>Victoria Kim, Hisako Ueno and Yan Zhuang</dc:creator>
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  713.      <title>Driven by China, Coal Plants Made a Comeback in 2023</title>
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  717.      <description>The country, along with India, is still building power stations that run on coal. Elsewhere, retirements of older plants have slowed.</description>
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  727.      <media:description>The coal terminal at the port in Lianyungang, China, in December.</media:description>
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  729.    <item>
  730.      <title>Hamas Says It Doesn’t Have 40 Hostages Who Meet the Terms of Cease-Fire Deal</title>
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  734.      <description>The claim raised fears that more hostages may be dead than previously believed.</description>
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  744.      <media:description>A rally on Sunday in Jerusalem calling for the release of the remaining hostages as the war in Gaza reached the six-month mark.</media:description>
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  747.      <title>Hamas Leader Ismail Haniyeh Defiant After Israeli Strike Kills 3 of His Sons</title>
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  751.      <description>Israel confirmed the killing of the sons of the Hamas political leader, Ismail Haniyeh, and said all three were Hamas military operatives.</description>
  752.      <dc:creator>Cassandra Vinograd, Aaron Boxerman and Thomas Fuller</dc:creator>
  753.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 08:54:34 +0000</pubDate>
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  760.      <category domain="">United States International Relations</category>
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  763.      <category domain="">Gaza Strip</category>
  764.      <category domain="">Israel</category>
  765.      <category domain="">Iran</category>
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  768.      <media:description>The car in which three sons of the Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh were reportedly killed during an Israeli strike in Al-Shati camp, west of Gaza City, on Wednesday.</media:description>
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  771.      <title>Thursday Briefing: Japan’s Leader Visits Washington</title>
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  775.      <description>Also, South Korean exit polls suggest a defeat for the president’s party.</description>
  776.      <dc:creator>Amelia Nierenberg</dc:creator>
  777.      <pubDate>Wed, 10 Apr 2024 20:50:14 +0000</pubDate>
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  780.      <media:description>President Biden and Prime Minister Fumio Kishida celebrated the U.S.-Japan relationship.</media:description>
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  782.    <item>
  783.      <title>Biden Says U.S. Is Considering Dropping Assange Case</title>
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  787.      <description>The WikiLeaks founder has been held in London as he has battled extradition to the United States on charges related to his publication of classified documents.</description>
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  789.      <pubDate>Wed, 10 Apr 2024 19:51:42 +0000</pubDate>
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  803.      <media:description>Julian Assange in London in 2011. He has been jailed for nearly five years after being indicted by the United States with 18 counts of violating the Espionage Act.</media:description>
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  806.      <title>Biden Says Israel Has Improved Aid Flow to Gaza but Must Do More</title>
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  810.      <description>Mr. Biden said he was “blunt and straightforward” with Israel’s leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, but declined to say explicitly whether he would condition future U.S. arms shipments on the response.</description>
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  812.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 20:47:23 +0000</pubDate>
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  821.      <media:description>President Biden said that Israel had done more to provide aid but that he expected additional action.</media:description>
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  824.      <title>Nijole Sadunaite, Lithuanian Nun Who Opposed Soviet Rule, Dies at 85</title>
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  829.      <dc:creator>Sam Roberts</dc:creator>
  830.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 17:06:56 +0000</pubDate>
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  841.      <title>Death Toll Likely to Rise After Explosion at Hydroelectric Plant in Italy</title>
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  845.      <description>Emergency workers were searching for four other workers who were missing after the blast in northern Italy, which has galvanized unions in the region.</description>
  846.      <dc:creator>Elisabetta Povoledo</dc:creator>
  847.      <pubDate>Wed, 10 Apr 2024 19:23:24 +0000</pubDate>
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  849.      <category domain="">Workplace Hazards and Violations</category>
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  852.      <category domain="">Energy and Power</category>
  853.      <category domain="">Organized Labor</category>
  854.      <category domain="">Explosions (Accidental)</category>
  855.      <category domain="">Levees and Dams</category>
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  858.      <media:description>The Enel hydroelectric power plant, after a fatal explosion and fire south of Bologna on Wednesday.</media:description>
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  860.    <item>
  861.      <title>Jacob Zuma Will Run Again in South Africa’s Presidential Election</title>
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  865.      <description>The 81-year-old former leader has been cleared to appear on the ballot as an opposition candidate in May’s parliamentary election. Unless the decision is reversed, he could become a kingmaker — or even president once again.</description>
  866.      <dc:creator>Lynsey Chutel</dc:creator>
  867.      <pubDate>Wed, 10 Apr 2024 18:48:41 +0000</pubDate>
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  877.      <media:description>Former South African President Jacob Zuma, in blue, at an event near Cape Town, last month. He has broken with the governing African National Congress, and is heading a new political party.</media:description>
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  879.    <item>
  880.      <title>Floods in Russia and Kazakhstan Force Thousands to Evacuate</title>
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  884.      <description>More than 100,000 people had to leave their homes after spring floods engulfed cities and villages in vast sections of neighboring countries.</description>
  885.      <dc:creator>Ivan Nechepurenko</dc:creator>
  886.      <pubDate>Wed, 10 Apr 2024 17:13:26 +0000</pubDate>
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  892.      <category domain="">Tokayev, Kassym-Jomart</category>
  893.      <category domain="">Ural Mountains (Russia)</category>
  894.      <category domain="">Kazakhstan</category>
  895.      <category domain="">Russia</category>
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  898.      <media:description>Emergency workers near a flooded street in Orsk, Russia, on Monday after a dam burst on the Ural River, near Russia’s border with Kazakhstan.</media:description>
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  900.    <item>
  901.      <title>Few Signs of Progress on Aid to Gaza After Israeli Pledges</title>
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  905.      <description>Israel promised last week to open a border crossing and a port to aid shipments, but it is not clear when either change will occur. Israel and the U.N. also disagree on how much aid is reaching Gaza.</description>
  906.      <dc:creator>Matthew Mpoke Bigg, Vivian Yee and Lauren Leatherby</dc:creator>
  907.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 02:33:54 +0000</pubDate>
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  910.      <category domain="">Famine</category>
  911.      <category domain="">Palestinians</category>
  912.      <category domain="">United Nations Relief and Works Agency</category>
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  914.      <category domain="">Oxfam</category>
  915.      <category domain="">Gaza Strip</category>
  916.      <category domain="">Israel</category>
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  919.      <media:description>Aid was unloaded at Kamal Adwan Hospital in northern Gaza on Saturday.</media:description>
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  922.      <title>In Latin America, From Nasty Personal Insults to an Embassy Raid</title>
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  926.      <description>Ecuador’s raid of Mexico’s embassy shows how foreign policy is often driven by personal politics, not national interest.</description>
  927.      <dc:creator>Julie Turkewitz, Natalie Kitroeff and Genevieve Glatsky</dc:creator>
  928.      <pubDate>Thu, 11 Apr 2024 00:51:30 +0000</pubDate>
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  930.      <category domain="">Diplomatic Service, Embassies and Consulates</category>
  931.      <category domain="">Asylum, Right of</category>
  932.      <category domain="">Lopez Obrador, Andres Manuel</category>
  933.      <category domain="">Noboa, Daniel</category>
  934.      <category domain="">Glas, Jorge (1969- )</category>
  935.      <category domain="">Milei, Javier</category>
  936.      <category domain="">Latin America</category>
  937.      <category domain="">Mexico</category>
  938.      <category domain="">Ecuador</category>
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  941.      <media:description>Police and military officials outside the Mexican Embassy on Friday in Quito, Ecuador, where they forcibly removed a former Ecuadorean vice president, Jorge Glas.</media:description>
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  944.      <title>E.U. Migration Overhaul Clears Final Hurdle</title>
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  948.      <description>Years in the making, the legislation is intended to update migration policy and cool anti-migrant sentiments ahead of E.U. elections in June.</description>
  949.      <dc:creator>Matina Stevis-Gridneff</dc:creator>
  950.      <pubDate>Wed, 10 Apr 2024 17:32:15 +0000</pubDate>
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  952.      <category domain="">Illegal Immigration</category>
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  954.      <category domain="">Politics and Government</category>
  955.      <category domain="">Middle East and Africa Migrant Crisis</category>
  956.      <category domain="">Legislatures and Parliaments</category>
  957.      <category domain="">European Parliament</category>
  958.      <category domain="">European Union</category>
  959.      <category domain="">Europe</category>
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  962.      <media:description>Members of the European Parliament voting on the migration overhaul in Brussels on Wednesday.</media:description>
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  965.      <title>Hong Kong Detains and Expels Journalism Advocate, Group Says</title>
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  969.      <description>A representative of Reporters Without Borders was attempting to monitor the national security trial of a media tycoon, Jimmy Lai.</description>
  970.      <dc:creator>David Pierson</dc:creator>
  971.      <pubDate>Wed, 10 Apr 2024 23:11:27 +0000</pubDate>
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  973.      <category domain="">Freedom of the Press</category>
  974.      <category domain="">Reporters Without Borders</category>
  975.      <category domain="">Radio Free Asia</category>
  976.      <category domain="">Lai, Jimmy</category>
  977.      <category domain="">China</category>
  978.      <category domain="">Hong Kong</category>
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  981.      <media:description>Reporters outside the entrance to the Hong Kong court where Jimmy Lai began standing trial last year.</media:description>
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  983.    <item>
  984.      <title>Ocean Heat Has Shattered Records for More Than a Year. What’s Happening?</title>
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  988.      <description>There have been record temperatures every day for more than a year. Scientists are investigating what’s behind the extraordinary measurements.</description>
  989.      <dc:creator>Delger Erdenesanaa</dc:creator>
  990.      <pubDate>Wed, 10 Apr 2024 16:51:14 +0000</pubDate>
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  992.      <category domain="">Global Warming</category>
  993.      <category domain="">Greenhouse Gas Emissions</category>
  994.      <category domain="">Heat and Heat Waves</category>
  995.      <category domain="">El Nino Southern Oscillation</category>
  996.      <category domain="">Copernicus Climate Change Service</category>
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  1000.      <title>A Reverse Art Heist? Museum Finds Employee’s Painting on Its Wall</title>
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  1004.      <description>The Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich said it had fired a worker for hanging one of his own pieces in its modern art collection.</description>
  1005.      <dc:creator>Christopher F. Schuetze</dc:creator>
  1006.      <pubDate>Fri, 12 Apr 2024 00:45:53 +0000</pubDate>
  1007.      <category domain="">Museums</category>
  1008.      <category domain="">Art</category>
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