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US and UK launch joint strikes on Yemen’s Houthis as attacks in Red Sea continue

Pentagon chief warns Iran-backed rebels ‘will bear the consequences’ for targeting ships * Lapid slams police for ‘antidemocratic’ violence in...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

As hope for a deal fills Hostages Square, chaos erupts at nearby anti-Netanyahu rally

Using mounted officers and water cannons, police in Tel Aviv clash with protesters in scenes reminiscent of pre-Oct. 7 civil unrest over judicial...

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The Times of Israel

Canaan Lidor

Netanyahu's Coalition Partners Want an All-out Regional War. Gaza Is Just a First Step

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Haaretz

Ehud Olmert

‘Strange to be here without them’: Soldiers who survived Oct. 7 return to Nahal Oz base

Survivors who escaped command center inferno make emotional visit to its charred remains, which they recall were once filled with military...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Hezbollah fires rockets, drone at Galilee as Israeli jets pounds southern Lebanon

Rockets fired at Kiryat Shmona knocked down by Iron Dome; IDF says it targeted terror group arms depot site after seeing operatives go inside

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The Times of Israel

Emanuel Fabian

US House speaker slams Biden admin for restoring policy against Israeli settlements

Mike Johnson says decision an ‘absolute disgrace,’ calls to ‘stop undermining Israel’ as it ‘fights terrorists on multiple fronts’

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The Times of Israel

Jacob Magid

Economic possibilities for our overworked grandchildren

By Kaushik Basu   Kaushik Basu ITHACA, NEW YORK – In 1930, John Maynard Keynes published his short essay “Economic Possibilities for Our...

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The Korea Times

Guest Column

Dysfunction in US makes it clear that Europe is at risk for outsourcing its security

By Elizabeth Shackelford The Munich Security Conference, the world’s preeminent annual gathering on international security, wrapped up last...

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The Korea Times

Tribune Service

Calligraphy teacher

By Lee Jee-young Childish laughter and warm consideration welcome the trainees to the calligraphy class. Later, the instructor teaches me how to...

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The Korea Times

Thoughts Of The Times

Living beyond loss

By Bernard Rowan This world glorifies winning, victory, prevailing and success. Many disdain talk of anything but the positive. To discuss losing,...

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The Korea Times

Bernard Rowan

Poll shows bipartisan American concerns over distant conflicts

By John J. Metzler John J. Metzler Two years following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, some 74 percent of Americans view the war in the...

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The Korea Times

John J. Metzler

Increase in Criminal Offenses: Abuse of Social Media Increasing Social Concerns

Editorial 15:17 JST, February 25, 2024 As the COVID-19 pandemic has passed and the flow of people has returned, the number of crimes has also...

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The Japan News

The Japan News Editorial

Terms for Secondary Evacuation: Take Necessary Steps to Help Evacuees Find Accommodations

Editorial 15:15 JST, February 25, 2024 The period of time that evacuees from the Noto Peninsula Earthquake can stay at hotels and inns serving as...

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The Japan News

The Japan News Editorial

A Taiwan crisis is coming

The more United States President Joe Biden’s administration has sought to ease tensions with China through high-level dialogue, the more brazenly...

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The Japan Times

Brahma Chellaney

IDF says probe indicates no troops were in area where 6-year-old Gazan girl was killed

Army’s initial investigation does not show responsibility for deaths of Hind Rajab, family and medics after she spent hours on phone begging for...

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The Times of Israel

Emanuel Fabian

A NY Yiddish center finds Nazis lurking deep within Hamas’s ideology

Starting Feb. 26, YIVO Institute for Jewish Research sponsors a 3-part webinar with scholars countering the view that October 7 was ‘payback’...

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The Times of Israel

Renee Ghert-Zand

For Netanyahu and Ben-Gvir, the Bigger the Flame, the Greater the Unity

We don't know a lot about what's happening. They're not speaking with us. Bibi and Defense Minister Gallant's flowery and juvenile speeches are...

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Haaretz

Yossi Klein

After Israel's Racism and Harassment, We Are All Al-Aqsa

I'm not a religious person; it has been a long time since I visited the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. But after National Security Minister Itamar...

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Haaretz

Zouheir Bahloul

Daily Briefing Feb. 25: Day 142 – As Gaza war winds down, winds of war blow in north

Military reporter Emanuel Fabian on a strategic Navy drill in the north, drone strikes in the West Bank, anti-ballistic missiles near Eilat and...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

UK Conservatives suspend ties with MP who said London mayor controlled by Islamists

British ruling party announces step against Lee Anderson after he refused to apologize for saying Sadiq Khan has ‘actually given our capital city...

10

The Times of Israel

Agencies

Two soldiers killed in Gaza; IDF says gunmen found hiding among fleeing civilians

Hamas-run health ministry claims 98 killed in past day as airstrikes pound Strip from north to south; army confirms Nasser Hospital raid over, says...

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The Times of Israel

Emanuel Fabian

Probe announced into alleged police violence at stormy anti-government protest

Incident of man being smacked with reins by mounted cop to be investigated; cousin of hostage doused by water cannon speaks out against police

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The Times of Israel

Michael Horovitz

Trump wins South Carolina’s GOP primary, beating Nikki Haley in her home state

Despite again losing to former US president, his onetime UN ambassador vows to fight on, saying ‘I don’t believe Donald Trump can beat Joe...

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The Times of Israel

Meg Kinnard

Charlie Biton, Black Panther founder who fought for Mizrahi equality, dies at 76

With others from his working-class Jerusalem neighborhood, the activist and Knesset member shook up a country that had for years discriminated...

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The Times of Israel

Charlie Summers

US, UK pummel Houthi sites across Yemen as Red Sea attacks escalate

In 4th joint operation, fighter jets hit 18 targets in 8 locations; Iran-backed rebels denounce ‘US-British aggression’ while Washington admits...

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The Times of Israel

Lolita C. Baldor

Candidate selection in peril

Conflicts of interest, dubious standards taint integrity of nominations Backlash from disgruntled politicians against a selection committee is a...

10

The Korea Times

Editorial

When It Comes to a Palestinian State, Who's Asking Israel, Anyway?

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Haaretz

Carolina Landsmann

The Gaza war isn't a Holocaust, but it's still a nightmare

Visiting Ethiopia, Brazil’s President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva declared Israel’s devastating war in Gaza as a genocide conducted by soldiers on...

10

The Japan Times

Marc Champion

Are social norms really the main cause of low female employment?

In China, the painful custom of binding young girls’ feet to alter their shape began in the 10th century and continued for a millennium, until it...

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The Japan Times

Ashwini Deshpande

Farm­ers’ protests in Eu­rope and the dead­end of ne­olib­er­al­ism

On February 26, the World Trade Organization (WTO) will hold its 13th ministerial conference in Abu Dhabi. While few would make the connection...

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Al Jazeera

Morgan Ody

CPAC 2024: Trump steals the show at conservative conference

The annual conference of US conservatives is already celebrating Donald Trump as the country's next president, and he's winning over many...

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Deutsche Welle

Franziska Wüst

رأس الحكمة

رأس الحكمة الإماراتية هو في اتخاذ قرار عظيم في وقت حساس بالنسبة للاقتصاد المصري...

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العين الإخبارية

د. علي محمد العامري

Two Hezbollah members killed as Israel allegedly strikes Syria-Lebanon border

Several rockets fired at northern Israel after attack on truck near in Qusayr south of Homs, thought to be a Hezbollah stronghold

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The Times of Israel

Emanuel Fabian

Talks on Gaza truce, hostage deal said to resume in Qatar as optimism mounts

War cabinet reportedly gives delegation ‘limited mandate’ to discuss technical aspects of deal, as negotiators await Hamas response to...

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The Times of Israel

Agencies

What Birds Teach Us About Life, Social Change, and Nature

"Birding to Change the World" is a story of science and social engagement.

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Psychology Today

Marc Bekoff Ph.d

4 Ways a Narcissistic Partner Controls a Couples Counselor

When couples counseling fuels your partner's narcissism.

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Psychology Today

Erin Leonard Ph.d

What Did You Sign Up For?

Accepting your contract with life.

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Psychology Today

Ben Bernstein Ph.d

Global public square: India sets a stage for geopolitical dialogie the divided world needs now

“A large part of foreign policy today is communication,” Indian External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said as the 9th Raisina...

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RT.com

Aaryaman Nijhawan

Lula's row with Israel has 'divided his own base'

The Brazilian president's comparison of the Gaza conflict with the Holocaust has sparked a diplomatic row. Political scientists are bewildered, and...

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Deutsche Welle

Thomas Milz

How Israel plans to run postwar Gaza

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has presented his plan for governing Gaza after the war, which involves full military control and shutting down...

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Deutsche Welle

Silja Thoms

When Rudeness Meets You

A two-step cognitive strategy to cope with rudeness around you.

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Psychology Today

Rodney Luster Ph.d

Growing Old Gracefully Requires Flexibility and Resilience

Aging is not a time for excessive rigidity.

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Psychology Today

Geraldine K. Piorkowski Ph.d

Is Philippines' Marcos Jr. the EU's new best friend?

Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has managed to improve his country's relations with the West. But what is this sudden friendship based on...

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Deutsche Welle

David Hutt

Why Germany's far-right AfD youth wing faces a ban

The so-called Young Alternative is the radical youth wing of Germany's far-right AfD party. Courts have deemed the organization "extremist," and...

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Deutsche Welle

Hans Pfeifer

The Neuroscience of Pulling Oneself Up by the Bootstraps

Personal Perspective: Who or what is responsible for our motivations?

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Psychology Today

Gary R Simonds Md Ms Faans

Watch­ing the watch­dogs: Biden, US me­dia and Arab-Amer­i­can po­lit­i­cal pow­er

Arab- and Muslim-Americans and some 60 percent of all Americans have wanted for months for US President Joe Biden to pressure Israel into accepting...

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Al Jazeera

Rami G Khouri

Error reveals vending machine at Canada university secretly using facial recognition

University of Waterloo promises to get rid of machines amid privacy concerns; manufacturer denies storing or transferring information

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Political Pulse / Could This Be the Year of Japan’s First Female Prime Minister?

By Yukiko Ishikawa / The Yomiuri Shimbun 8:00 JST, February 24, 2024 While it is unclear whether the Koishikawa Alliance will work together...

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The Japan News

Yukiko Ishikawa

Netanyahu’s post-war plan for Gaza Strip draws cool US reception

White House spokesperson says Biden administration ‘consistently clear with Israeli counterparts’ on what is needed in Palestinian enclave after...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

A young Arab woman seeks to make history by being voted into Jerusalem city council

In sit-down with Jewish voters, Sondos Alhoot speaks of her efforts to break a decades-long election boycott among the city’s Arab population and...

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The Times of Israel

Gianluca Pacchiani

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