Military analysts and U.S. officials said it was too soon to judge the success of Ukraine’s offensive, which is looking for weaknesses to exploit, in the face of fierce resistance.
The change is part of a broader push in several countries to limit gender-related medical treatments for young people.
The former prime minister quit after getting a confidential report about whether he had lied to lawmakers about lockdown-breaking parties.
The health conditions of two of Italy’s most prominent octogenarians have in recent years often kept the country in suspense.
The implosion of Three Arrows Capital, a cryptocurrency hedge fund, devastated the industry. Its two founders spent the next year surfing, meditating and traveling the world.
President Aleksandar Vucic, who has been the target of protests in Belgrade, has been playing up his role defending Serbs in Kosovo, where tensions have recently flared.
Washington is trying to raise the pressure on Tehran and make it more difficult to complete the work on the factory, which would enable Russia’s military to produce drones domestically.
U.S. spy agencies still do not have any solid evidence to determine who caused the destruction, the senior administration official said.
Two adults and four children were injured in the assault, which shocked the country and could have been worse if not for the intervention of a 24-year-old man known only as Henri.
NATO is more optimistic that Turkey will approve Sweden’s membership before or soon after an alliance summit next month.
The main thrust of the Ukrainian counteroffensive is expected in the Zaporizhzhia and Donetsk regions, not along the Dnipro River, where the fighting quickly resumed after the disaster.
For an architect trying to renovate his beloved but crumbling Palace of Justice in Brussels, once the largest building in the world, the design challenges pale compared with the political ones.
The Italian island, long in the shadow of its fashionable neighbor, Capri, is newly chic, but remains deeply authentic, with rocky harbors more likely to dock fishing boats than megayachts.
The assaults, with Western tanks and armored vehicles, appear to mark a long-awaited counteroffensive that Ukraine hopes will retake territory and shore up allies’ resolve to keep supplying weapons.
President Volodymyr Zelensky traveled to the city of Kherson, trying to rally rescue crews. Russian forces shelled the city not long after his visit.
President Biden and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak of Britain said the new plan would strengthen economic ties between the two countries.
Evidence found in encrypted messages helped speed the fall of Milo Djukanovic in Montenegro. His successor, Jakov Milatovic, says he plans to clean up the country.
Ukraine’s interior ministry said that eight people were injured in an attack near an evacuation point where medics, emergency workers and rescue teams have been gathering.
Scientists in Norway have observed the effects of the fires, some of which have been burning for weeks.
The 86-year old pontiff had a “day of rest” after hernia surgery, and was able to take communion in his room, the Vatican said.
A senior U.S. official said that fighting intensified overnight near Zaporizhzhia days after an attack farther east prompted claims the push had begun.
A weak recovery has been underway since then, but growth is expected to remain tepid for the remainder of the year.
Photographs released by Planet Lab offer some of the clearest glimpses yet of the situation in cities and villages downstream from the destroyed Kakhovka dam in Ukraine.
A local prosecutor said there was “no apparent sign of a terrorist motive” after a knife-wielding man violently assaulted people in a park in the southeastern city of Annecy.
A vast fungal web braids together life on Earth. Merlin Sheldrake wants to help us see it.
Over nearly two decades, the British artist has painted the same shop interiors again and again. A new exhibition in England tracks how his approach has changed.
Even as new attacks have brought the war into Russia, the Russians have responded with force, raising the threat for the few civilians left in towns along the border.
The U.K. prime minister is under pressure to establish post-Brexit Britain as a reliable global player and is looking to strengthen economic ties.
This Croatian port city is fueled by long seafood lunches, ancient traditions and wine-filled evenings.
“We were getting used to the shelling, but I’ve never seen a situation like this,” said one woman rescued in Kherson after a dam upstream was destroyed.
As rescue efforts plucked people from rooftops, and offered fresh water and shelter, Turkey’s president called for an international investigation into what caused a dam to fail.
Prince Harry ended his testimony in his trial against a newspaper group. “For my whole life, the press have misled about me and covered up their wrongdoing,” he said.
While economic corporation the challenges posed by artificial intelligence are on the agenda, Russia’s invasion presents immediate threats.
Rome’s fabled Cinecittà movie studios are as full as they’ve ever been, as productions come for the tax incentives, high production values and Italian glamour.
The lira plunged 7 percent against the U.S. dollar, as a new finance minister promising “rational” economic policy takes charge
Harry’s testimony was part of the lawsuit that he and three other plaintiffs have brought against three Mirror titles. The newspaper group has denied wrongdoing.
He has his own supersuit for the trial.
Judges at a special U.N. tribunal said they would create a procedure to allow them to hear evidence in the case against Félicien Kabuga, who has dementia, without the possibility of a conviction.
Low-lying areas of Kherson were a panorama of water and floating debris. One man stood on a cabinet in his living room waiting for hours for help.
How a video sent to The Times exposed what happened to migrants in Greece.
The 86-year-old pontiff had the medical procedure to treat a hernia.
An extensive poll of 11 European countries finds citizens less eager for competition and rivalry with China than Washington — or European elites — have become.
With Russia and Ukraine blaming each other for the collapse of the Kakhovka dam, experts say that an external attack or even structural failure might explain the disaster, but that it is not likely.
Experts suspect an explosion collapsed the dam on the Dnipro River. Kyiv and Moscow blamed each other, and residents downstream were forced to evacuate to escape the cascading waves.
Also, a victory for the Saudi-backed golf tour.
In a remarkable court scene, the prince took the stand for five hours to make his case that his phone was hacked by a newspaper group, as a lawyer for the defense grilled him about his claims.
Many Ukrainians have learned to live with occupation and shelling. On Tuesday a new menace began lapping at their doors.
The self-exiled British prince did not mince words as he finally got his day in court.
Will Keen embodies Russia’s president in a West End production. “It’s been fascinating how the perception of him and the play keep changing,” he said.
An accomplished painter (and memoirist) in her own right, she was long his lover until she did what no other mistress of his had ever done: She walked out.
In written testimony, the prince said his and Ms. Davy’s phones were repeatedly hacked while the two were dating.
After months of widespread protests failed to budge the government, opponents acknowledge that the chances of turning the tide now are slim.
Videos verified by The New York Times show downstream flooding after the destruction of the Kakhovka dam and hydroelectric plant on the Dnipro River.
Prince Harry’s lawyers filed a statement with the High Court in London before he took the stand in his lawsuit against the Mirror newspaper group.
Statement by Prince Harry in his lawsuit against Mirror Group Newspapers.
The U.K. news landscape has shifted since the prince says he was hacked more than a decade ago, with hefty legal settlements, prison time for journalists and the threat of regulation forcing change.
Assaults on trenches can be stealthy, or deafeningly loud. Either way, they are nerve-racking. Here’s how one Ukrainian unit says it carried out a successful attack earlier this month.
“The Dress Diary” is an intimate record of one wardrobe — and its era.
The iconic courts at Roland Garros can tell the tale of a match if you look closely enough.
The lawyer leading the courtroom arguments, David Sherborne, has taken on Britain’s tabloid press several times.
A dam in southern Ukraine was split in half, but it is unclear who caused the damage. Thousands are being evacuated as dangerous volumes of water gush downstream.
As climate change speeds coastal erosion in France, can memory be preserved if the famous landing sites of the Allied invasion disappear?
Illiberalism in the country is alive and well.
Video verified by The New York Times shows a significant volume of water flowing freely through a destroyed dam and power plant in Nova Kakhovka, Ukraine, posing a threat to communities and infrastructure along the waterway.
The prince is getting his day in court as he takes on the tabloids that scrutinized his every move for years, even hacking his phone.
Kyiv has not formally announced the start of operations. But on Tuesday, Ukraine said the Russians had blown up a dam on the Dnipro River, potentially imperiling residents and the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant.
The Kremlin said it was investigating what it called a “hack” after a bogus speech aired on some radio and television networks.
Poland’s justice minister called the E.U. court of justice “corrupt,” after it ruled a judicial overhaul was illegal. He vowed not to comply, though that could cost Poland billions.
Two environmental organizations criticize the approach offered in an essay. Also: Trump’s MAGA army; Erdogan’s victory; canned music; A.I.; social media.
Se espera un espectáculo mediático mientras el duque de Sussex se prepara para subir al estrado y señalar a los tabloides de un grupo periodístico de haber invadido su privacidad ilegalmente.
Prince Harry’s expected courtroom testimony this week will be the first time that a prominent member of Britain’s royal family has been cross-examined in over 130 years.
A beluga whale named Hvaldimir was first spotted in 2019 wearing what looked like a camera harness. He has recently been moving toward busier waters, prompting fears for his safety.
Arab countries re-establishing diplomatic ties with Syria are making repatriation of Syrian refugees a top priority. “Even if they shoot me, I won’t go back,” a refugee in Lebanon said.
Troops’ use of patches bearing Nazi emblems risks fueling Russian propaganda and spreading imagery that the West has spent a half-century trying to eliminate.
Oxford Business College and others like it make millions, largely by recruiting immigrants. They operate in an opaque corner of the British education system.
The cause of the problem, which prompted widespread travel delays starting Sunday, had still not been determined.
A media spectacle will unfold this week as the prince prepares to take the stand against newspapers he says invaded his privacy by hacking his cellphone.
The country’s largest antigovernment gathering in years sought to reclaim the legacy of the Solidarity movement that led the struggle against a Communist system imposed by Moscow.
Supporters and members of opposition parties protested against the conservative Law and Justice party in Poland’s largest antigovernment gathering in years.
S&P Global restated a negative outlook for France’s ability to repay mounting debt. Two other ratings agencies have lowered their views in recent weeks.
He played a prankster and adoring father in “Toni Erdmann,” the Oscar-nominated 2016 comedy that made him an international star, but he had long been a celebrity at home.
The panel denounced the United States and seven other nations. It also called for the release of Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, who is accused of orchestrating the bombing of the Navy destroyer Cole.
China’s defense minister says the best way to avoid accidental conflict is for countries outside the region, like the United States, to leave and “mind your own business.”
A wire-to-wire victory for Max Verstappen in Barcelona gave Red Bull seven wins in seven starts, and renewed talk of a season sweep.