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Casting Rafah strike as ‘massacre,’ Hamas urges Palestinians to ‘rise up and march’

IDF says it killed Hamas commanders in ‘precise’ action in line with international law * Tlaib: Pro-Palestinian voters will make Biden pay for...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Sovereignty with Chinese Characteristics? Norms in a Changing World Order

The modern state system is understood to be based on the 1648 Treaty of Westphalia, which is said to have established the primary norms of state...

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E-International

Merete Looft

Man serious injured in exploding minibus, police say incident organized crime attack

Driver of vehicle, 60, suffers 2nd and 3rd degree burns to half his body when bomb goes off inside vehicle driving near the central city of Holon

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Jailed Nukhba terrorists regularly sexually harass female guards, soldier says

A female reserve soldier details lax security at terrorist detention facility and sexual harassment she has experienced

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Police clash with ultra-Orthodox pilgrims at closed-off holy site in Mount Meron

Video shared by police shows worshipers throwing chairs and crates at cops; Border Police officer removed from duty after being filmed throwing...

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The Times of Israel

Emanuel Fabian

China to host Arab leaders this week, with Israeli-Palestinian conflict on agenda

Leaders of Egypt, Bahrain, Tunisia and United Arab Emirates to convene in Beijing for talks on general cooperation, plan to issue ‘common voice’...

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The Times of Israel

Agencies

‘A political corpse’: Tuesday primary could mark revival of ailing Labor party

Former Meretz MK Yair Golan is expected to win Labor’s top spot, opening possibility for merger of two leftist parties as Meretz says it’s...

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The Times of Israel

Sam Sokol

ToI’s Lidor, Channel 12’s Simchayoff receive B’nai B’rith Diaspora coverage awards

Canaan Lidor honored for his reporting on Jewish communities in the Netherlands, Tunisia, US

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The Times of Israel

Charlie Summers

EDITORIAL: Israel should obey ICJ order to halt attack on Palestine’s Rafah

The International Court of Justice, the supreme judicial body of the United Nations, on May 24 ordered Israel to immediately halt its military...

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The Asahi Shimbun

The Asahi Shimbun

The ICJ Ruling Against Israel Is a Slap in the Face to Israel's Justice System

If I had been able to advise Karim Khan, the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, I would have suggested first...

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Haaretz

Odeh Bisharat

To rescue Korea's declining population

Reversing the decline in population in Korea is going to take radical, even revolutionary steps. I have one to propose. It is that the "gwaoe"...

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The Korea Times

Mark Peterson

Offensive in Gaza: Don’t Sit Idly by as Humanitarian Crisis Spread

Editorial 16:24 JST, May 26, 2024 How many casualties does Israel intend to cause by indiscriminately attacking homes, hospitals and other...

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The Japan News

The Japan News Editorial

From Snarky to Sublime: A Conversation With a Stranger Made My Day

A Personal Perspective: Chance encounters can be opportunities to deeply connect.

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Psychology Today

Michele Weiner-Davis Lcsw

Learning about the changing times

I'm just about six years behind most people. For example, I just discovered the book "Factfulness" by Hans Rosling, as well as the informative...

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The Korea Times

William R. Jones

Royal Noble Consort Huibin Jang: Magic (Part 2)

The silent beauty of Daebinmyo, Jang’s tomb at Seooreung in April 2023, hides an ugly and dark past. Robert Neff Collection In 1694, Huibin Jang...

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The Korea Times

Robert Neff

Maxims for the AI Age

PERUGIA – Debates about technology have increasingly been reduced to stark dichotomies. Artificial intelligence should be curtailed, or it should...

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Project Syndicate

Reid Hoffman

Government and society are at odds on national security

In recent years, Tokyo has strengthened its military capabilities in response to an unstable regional security environment. Japanese people have...

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The Japan Times

Sayo Saruta

OpenAI is making journalism an offer it can’t refuse

Content deals between artificial intelligence companies and top publishers are coming fast and furious. The latest, claimed to be the biggest, was...

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The Japan Times

Dave Lee

The case for Ukraine’s NATO accession

At the signing ceremony of the North Atlantic Treaty on April 4, 1949, then-United States President Harry Truman remarked that if this “simple...

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The Japan Times

Yuriy Gorodnichenko And Ilona Sologoub

Reckoning with a new authoritarian bloc

Joschka Fischer BERLIN – Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent visit to China – his first trip abroad since being “re-elected” –...

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The Korea Times

Joschka Fischer

EU-China EV tariffs: German carmakers fear backlash

The EU could soon follow the US and impose duties on imports of Chinese electric vehicles. That's set off alarm bells among German auto CEOs, who...

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Deutsche Welle

Rob Mudge

Dominion

For aeons, life has fundamentally reorganised Earth. This process began roughly 2 billion years ago, when a tiny form of microbial algae,...

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Aeon

Hugh Desmond

Tlaib claims US voters will make Biden pay for defending ‘genocidal maniac Netanyahu’

‘You are an enabler,’ far-left lawmaker says of president’s backing for arms sales to Israel, opposition to anti-Israel campus encampments...

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The Times of Israel

Jacob Magid

Seeking to end silence around sexual violence in war, an MK raises her voice abroad

Feeling she has to ‘shock the world to take notice of what’s happening,’ freshman Yesh Atid lawmaker Shelly Tal Meron is trying to build a...

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The Times of Israel

Sam Sokol

Is a rules-based international order truly possible?

At the 1919 Paris Peace Conference, which sought to craft a new world order out of the ruins of World War I, Japan introduced the following clause...

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Al Jazeera

Patrick Gathara

Daily Briefing May 27: Day 234 – Hamas calls to ‘rise up’ after deadly airstrike in Rafah

Editor David Horovitz on the competing narratives after an IDF mission that targeted Hamas commanders – against the backdrop of Friday’s...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Police to indict two daycare teachers on almost 600 charges of abusing babies

Investigative team says it found hundreds of cases of abuse in hours of surveillance footage from recent months in Kiryat Gat facility

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

‘No longer justifiable’: Israel faces international condemnation for strike in Rafah

Palestinian Authority, Egypt accuse Israel of deliberately targeting civilians at displaced people camp while Qatar says strike could hinder...

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The Times of Israel

Agencies

Israel orders Spanish consulate to stop providing services to Palestinians

Foreign Minister Israel Katz says the order is meant to punish Spain for recognizing a Palestinian state, as feud between Jerusalem and Madrid...

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The Times of Israel

Agencies

Amnesty urges ICC to probe alleged war crimes in recent Israeli strikes on Gaza

Human rights organization accuses Israel of killing 44 Palestinian civilians, including 32 children, in three airstrikes in April, says no military...

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The Times of Israel

Agencies

IDF top lawyer says ‘very grave’ Rafah incident being investigated

Legal chief says army committed to probe of civilian deaths in airstrike, stresses IDF’s robust legal branch and self-review, pans international...

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The Times of Israel

Agencies

Perú avanza en la búsqueda de litio

Conocido como el nuevo “oro blanco”, el litio se ha convertido en uno de los minerales más codiciados a nivel mundial, ante su creciente demanda...

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América Economía

América Economía

Papua New Guinea says 2,000 people buried under landslide, requests help

It is unclear how the number was reached after initial estimates said 670 were killed in village of Yambali, with six bodies recovered by Monday...

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The Times of Israel

Rod Mcguirk

VOX POPULI: For deaf pupils, sign language is their required mother tongue

Imagine if in Britain, an adult who can only speak basic English got a job as an elementary school homeroom teacher. There would likely be anxiety...

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The Asahi Shimbun

The Asahi Shimbun

We Need a Word for This Emotion

Have you ever desired to alleviate someone's suffering without the ability to do so?

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Psychology Today

Jennifer Gerlach Lcsw

3 Reasons Why We Replay Conversations in Our Minds

Mulling over old conversations isn't an uncommon habit. Here's why we do it.

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Psychology Today

Mark Travers Ph.d

Can You Regain Lost Talents After Brain Injury?

Personal Perspective: Fictional characters remind, but a facilitator helps.

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Psychology Today

Shireen Jeejeebhoy

Once the dust has settled

After the closure of a mine that once gave the town its name, the residents of Asbestos long for its industrial past - by Aeon Video Watch at Aeon

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Aeon

Aeon Video

How will Japan respond to new U.S. investment rules?

In recent years, as countries increasingly focus on their economic security, much of the discussion on bolstering investment regulations has been...

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The Japan Times

Satoshi Yamada

Taiwan Continues Toward US-Engineered “Ukraine-ization”

The Chinese Island province of Taiwan continues to be targeted by the US and its political proxies through efforts to further consolidate political...

10

New Eastern Outlook

Brian Berletic

Erdoğan's visit to the U.S. has been postponed until July

Ankara wants to outline the contours of a new relationship with Washington, while the White House is looking for an opportunity to engage with a...

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New Eastern Outlook

Alexandr Svaranc

Nairobi Visits Washington; Notes about the US-Kenya relations during the Kenyan President’s State Visit

Nairobi station of Chinese built Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) in Kenya Background Kenya’s president in Washington on 23rd May 2024, to mark the...

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New Eastern Outlook

Simon Chege Ndiritu

The oligarch behind Georgia's pivot to Russia

Bidzina Ivanishvili, an oligarch and Georgia's former prime minister, is thought to have masterminded the "foreign influence" bill, which critics...

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Deutsche Welle

Maria Katamadze

Who is behind Georgia's pivot to Russia?

Bidzina Ivanishvili, an oligarch and Georgia's former prime minister, is thought to have masterminded the "foreign influence" bill, which critics...

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Deutsche Welle

Maria Katamadze

Palestinians claim 35 dead in strike on Gaza’s Rafah, as IDF says it targeted Hamas

Army says it killed 2 commanders behind West Bank terror attacks, adds attack was precise and adhered to international law; Hamas, PA cast it as...

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The Times of Israel

Emanuel Fabian

‘No rest till Brown divests’: Anti-Israel protesters interrupt university graduation

College president’s speech briefly disrupted by alumni-led protest calling for it to divest from firms contributing to Israel’s war against Hamas

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The Times of Israel

Emanuel Fabian

A Vision of Zeros

At the end of the 1990s, an official of the Swedish Transport Administration made a revolutionary statement in an interview: Asked to name a goal...

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Haaretz

Noa Limone

ROK-US alliance and Trump's possible return

Choo Jae-woo The talk of the town in Seoul lingers around Trump's almost derogatory-like contempt for the value of the ROK-U.S. alliance. Should he...

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The Korea Times

Choo Jae-Woo

The Meeting of China’s and South Korea’s Foreign Ministers — Political Background and Perspective of the China–Japan–South Korea summit

On May 13-14, 2024, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea Cho Tae-yul came with an official visit to China, the first such visit...

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New Eastern Outlook

Vladimir Terehov

Dosmrtni zapor, 2.

V znanosti o človeku že dlje časa velja, da na njegovo vedenje vplivajo dednost, okolje in lastna aktivnost. Edino, česar ne moremo z...

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Dnevnik

Dragan Petrovec

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