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  • The New Yorker on NTP Software Maintenance
  • Uber's Former Security Chief Convicted of Covering Up 2016 Data Breach
  • Samsung Announces 36 Gbps GDDR7 Memory Standard, Aims for 3D NAND With 1000 Layers
  • Here’s How the Nord Stream Gas Pipelines Could be Fixed
  • Chess.Com Says Hans Niemann Likely Cheated More Than 100 Times
  • Linux Kernel 5.19.12 Can Damage Intel Laptop LCDs
  • How Oso's Security-as-Code Approach to Authorization Might Change How You Think About Security
  • The World's Largest Camera is Nearly Complete
  • Nobel Prize in Physics Won for Quantum Entanglement Findings
  • People Who Distrust Fellow Humans Show Greater Trust in Artificial Intelligence
  • You Don't Own the Software You Bought, You Own a License
  • NASA's Mars Helicopter Snags Mysterious Foreign Object on 33rd Flight
  • The White House Publishes Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights
  • Former Co-Owner of Russia's Baikal Microelectronics Goes Bankrupt
  • Know About Five Oceans on Earth? The Sixth has just been Discovered
  • NOW: Watch Live as SpaceX Attempts its Fifth Crewed Launch to the ISS
  • FCC Will Start Kicking Voice Providers Out of its Robocall Database
  • Scientists Have Discovered a New Set of Blood Groups
  • Linux 6.0 Releases Stable Branch Supporting Latest Architecture
  • New Theory Concludes That the Origin of Life on Earth-Like Planets is Likely
  • Asus Wants to Spark a 'Revolution' to Hide All PC Cables
  • Man 3D-Prints Guns for New York Buyback Event, Makes a Whopping $21,000
  • UK "Green" Power Station Owner Cuts Down Primary Forests in Canada
  • SEC Charges Kim Kardashian for Unlawfully Touting Crypto Security
  • China is Betting Big on Another Gas Engine Alternative: Methanol Cars
  • Redundancy Woes from Those who Were Not Fired
  • The Strange Behavior of Sound Through Solids
  • Games Are Starting to Require Cell Phones to Play
  • Our Ancestors Ate a Paleo Diet. It Had Carbs
  • Las Vegas and NTT Deploy Largest Private 5G Network in US
  • NASA Sets New Artemis I Launch Window, Says Hurricane Ian Didn't Harm Flight Hardware
  • China Spins Up Giant Battery Built With US-Patented Tech
  • Scientists Create AI-Powered Laser to 'Neutralize' Cockroaches
  • Fungi Find Their Way into Cancer Tumors, but What They’re Doing There is a Mystery
  • US Intelligence Researches Improved Radiation Detection
  • Deep Space: Massive Light Burst Detected on Earth Came From ‘Infant’ Universe
  • Delivery Drone Crashes Into Power Lines, Causes Outage
  • Scientists Find That Wolves Can Show Attachment Toward Humans
  • Google Announces Lyra V2 Low Bit-Rate Speech Codec
  • Firefly Aerospace Reaches Orbit With Alpha Rocket
  • Google Kills Stadia
  • New Encryption Method Based on Bacterial Growth Patterns
  • Researchers Discover Wreck of Ship that Tried to Warn the Titanic
  • New Regulations Will Force Airlines to Refund Air Travelers for Broken Wi-Fi
  • Bruce Willis Sells Deepfake Rights to His Likeness for Commercial Use
  • New Hubble and Webb Images Capture Aftermath of DART Asteroid Smash Up
  • Why Would a Government Invest in Games?
  • The Web Gains 13 Million Malicious New Domains Per Month
  • We Interviewed Linux OS Through an AI Bot to Discover its Secrets
  • MIT Engineers Create Wireless, Battery-Free Underwater Camera
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  • Space Billboards Could Cost $65 Million and Still Turn a Profit
  • Magic: the Gathering Celebrates 30 Year Anniversary By Selling $1,000 Boosters
  • Climate Change Made This Summer's Drought 20 Times More Likely, Study Finds
  • Google Shows Off Wireless Charging Dock That Turns the Pixel Tablet Into a Smart Display
  • China Upgrades Great Firewall To Defeat Censor-Beating TLS Tools
  • Court Blocks 13,445 'Pirate' Sites Proactively To Protect One Movie
  • Blizzard Axes Controversial Overwatch 2 Phone Number Requirement
  • Showtime May Be Merged Into Paramount+
  • The Pixel Watch Is Official: $349, Good Looks, and a Four-Year-Old SoC
  • Boston Dynamics Pledges Not To Weaponize Its Robots
  • Biden Pardons All Federal Simple Marijuana Possession Offenses
  • Amazon's Glow Goes the Way of the Fire Phone and Dodo
  • Celsius' Top 3 Execs Cashed Out $42M in Crypto Before Bankruptcy
  • 'Princeton Isn't Free - But It Could Be'
  • Big Tech, Banks, Government Departments Shred Millions of Storage Devices They Could Reuse
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  • Universe Today

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  • NASA had Been Designing Lunar Bases for Decades Before Armstrong First Set Foot on the Moon
  • Astronomers see Tantalizing Evidence for one of the First Stars to Form in the Universe
  • While SLS is Delayed, Crew-5 Zips in and Launches to the International Space Station
  • Here are the High-Resolution Images of Europa Captured by Juno During its Recent Flyby
  • How Should the World’s Governments Respond if We Detect an Alien Civilization?
  • A Year After a Failed Launch, Firefly Reaches Orbit and Deploys Satellites
  • 27 to 78 cm of sea Level Rise Could be Locked in From Melting Greenland ice Caps
  • Underground Liquid Water Detected on Mars? Maybe not
  • LICIACube Sends Home Images of the DART Impact and the Damage to Dimorphos
  • After Getting Slammed by DART, Asteroid Dimorphos has Grown a Tail
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  • [$] Fingerprinting systems with TCP source-port selection
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  • The Thorny Problem of Keeping the Internet’s Time (New Yorker)
  • Al-Qudsi: Implementing truly safe semaphores in rust
  • More stable kernel updates
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  • Ekstrand: Introducing NVK
  • Stable kernel update 5.19.13 released
  • OpenSSH 9.1 released
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  • Netdev 0x16 accepted sessions announced
  • FSF News
  • FSF voting members release and sign Code of Ethics
  • FSF board shares next steps in board nomination process
  • FSF job opportunity: Licensing and compliance manager
  • Free Software Awards winners announced: SecuRepairs, Protesilaos Stavrou, Paul Eggert
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  • FSF job opportunity: program manager
  • Free Software Foundation announces new executive director, Zo Kooyman
  • Publication of the FSF-funded white papers on questions around Copilot
  • Artist collective Hundred Rabbits to keynote LibrePlanet: "Living Liberation"
  • Waag founder Marleen Stikker to keynote LibrePlanet 2022
  • FSF expands process for associate members to nominate new members of the board
  • FSF Adopts New Governance Framework for Board Members
  • Activists around the world protest Disney+'s unethical streaming platform for International Day Against DRM
  • Life's better together when you avoid Windows 11
  • FSF job opportunity: Outreach and communications coordinator
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  • A National Lab Is Promoting a "Digital Police Officer" Fantasy for Law Enforcement and Border Control
  • Court’s Decision Upholding Disastrous Texas Social Media Law Puts The State, Rather Than Internet Users, in Control of Everyone’s Speech Online
  • Snowflake Makes It Easy For Anyone to Fight Censorship
  • New Federal and State Court Rulings Show Courts are Divided on the Scope of Cell Phone Searches Post-Riley
  • California Leads on Reproductive and Trans Health Data Privacy
  • EFF to NJ court: Give defendants information regarding police use of facial recognition technology
  • Victory! Court Unseals Records Showing Patent Troll’s Shakedown Efforts
  • Google Loses Appeal Against EU's Record Antitrust Fine, But Will Big Tech Ever Change?
  • Automated License Plate Readers Threaten Abortion Access. Here's How Policymakers Can Mitigate the Risk
  • EFF Urges FTC to Address Security and Privacy Problems in Daycare and Early Education Apps
  • Google’s Perilous Plan for a Cloud Center in Saudi Arabia is an Irresponsible Threat to Human Rights
  • Ban Government Use of Face Recognition In the UK
  • Study of Electronic Monitoring Smartphone Apps Confirms Advocates’ Concerns of Privacy Harms
  • San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors Grants Police More Surveillance Powers
  • Lawsuit: SMUD and Sacramento Police Violate State Law and Utility Customers’ Privacy by Sharing Data Without a Warrant
  • How to Ditch Facebook Without Losing Your Friends (Or Family, Customers or Communities)
  • Giving Big Corporations “Closed Generic” Top-Level Domain Names to Run as Private Kingdoms Is Still a Bad Idea
  • EFF’s DEF CON 30 Puzzle—SOLVED
  • It’s Time For A Federal Anti-SLAPP Law To Protect Online Speakers
  • Members of Congress Urge FTC to Investigate Fog Data Science
  • The Fight to Overturn FOSTA, an Unconstitutional Internet Censorship Law, Continues
  • San Francisco Police Must End Irresponsible Relationship with the Northern California Fusion Center
  • EFF’s “Cover Your Tracks” Will Detect Your Use of iOS 16’s Lockdown Mode
  • U.S. Federal Employees Can Take A Stand for Digital Freedoms
  • EFF to California Governor: Protect Abortion Data Privacy
  • VICTORY: Slack Offers Retention Settings to Free Workspaces
  • FTC Sues Location Data Broker
  • EFF to Ninth Circuit: Social Media Content Moderation is Not "State Action"
  • Arizona Law Tramples People’s Constitutional Right to Record Police
  • Honoring Peter Eckersley, Who Made the Internet a Safer Place for Everyone
  • Hollywood’s Insistence on New Draconian Copyright Rules Is Not About Protecting Artists
  • How Ad Tech Became Cop Spy Tech
  • Fog Revealed: A Guided Tour of How Cops Can Browse Your Location Data
  • What is Fog Data Science? Why is the Surveillance Company so Dangerous?
  • Fog Data Science Puts our Fourth Amendment Rights up for Sale
  • How Law Enforcement Around the Country Buys Cell Phone Location Data Wholesale
  • Inside Fog Data Science, the Secretive Company Selling Mass Surveillance to Local Police
  • The SECURE Notarization Act Will Create a Race to the Bottom for Privacy
  • EFF Calls for Limiting Mandatory Cooperation, Safeguarding Human Rights in International Cybercrime Investigations as Talks Resume for Proposed UN Cybercrime Treaty
  • Over-the-Horizon Drones Line Up But Privacy Is Not In Sight
  • TechCrunch Launches Lookup Tool to Help Android Users Know if Their Device Was Compromised by a Family of Stalkerware Apps
  • Trans Youths Need Data Sanctuary
  • Victory! South Carolina Will Not Advance Bill That Banned Speaking About Abortions Online
  • Federal Judge: Invasive Online Proctoring "Room Scans" Are Unconstitutional
  • How YouTube’s Partnership with London’s Police Force is Censoring UK Drill Music
  • Indonesia’s New Draft Criminal Code Restrains Political Dissent
  • Victory: Government Finally Releases Secretive Court Rulings Sought By EFF
  • New Proposal Brings Us a Step Closer to Net Neutrality
  • Google’s Scans of Private Photos Led to False Accusations of Child Abuse
  • Code, Speech, and the Tornado Cash Mixer
  • RT - Daily news

    RT - Daily news

  • Lavrov explains Kiev’s threat to Russia
  • Russia’s Rublev powers on at Kazakh showpiece
  • Zelensky aide attempts to walk back call for ‘preemptive strike’
  • Ukrainian missile hits bus in Kherson, killing 5 – medics
  • Inflation pressure turns daily morning habit into expensive luxury — Eurostat
  • Saudi Arabia hikes oil prices for US – Bloomberg
  • White House pardons cannabis offenders
  • Biden warns of nuclear ‘Armageddon’
  • Ebola screenings imposed at US airports
  • US clarifies position on deploying nuclear weapons to Poland
  • Enough evidence to indict Hunter Biden – WaPo
  • Biden responds to Putin meeting speculation
  • Belarus in nuclear danger – president
  • Russians detained in Alaska after unusual arrival – media
  • Taipei issues warning to Beijing
  • Ukraine conflict spurs shady US arms trade
  • Kremlin accuses Zelensky of trying to start a world war
  • German cities overwhelmed with Ukrainian refugees – media
  • British boxing grudge match called off after drug-test drama
  • Israel puts military on alert after rejecting Lebanon deal
  • German MEPs call for expulsion of Berlusconi
  • Russia and Iran agree to swap supplies of oil and gas – senior official
  • Seoul responds to North Korean warplanes near its border
  • Former Uber executive convicted of data breach cover-up
  • Medvedev and Djokovic march on in Kazakhstan
  • Serbia furious over latest anti-Russia sanctions
  • EU bans Russians from crypto market
  • Top Russian senator urges Ukraine to start talks ‘today’
  • Kremlin questions if US knows Ukrainian plans for terror attacks
  • Pound slides amid UK rating cut
  • What Brazil’s ongoing presidential election means for Latin America and the world
  • Hockey icon furious after Russians cleared for Euro tour
  • EU must decide where it stands on Ukraine – Kremlin
  • Russia set for record grain harvest – Sberbank
  • Europe faces deindustrialization and social unrest – Belgian PM
  • President apologizes for son’s invasion threat
  • Polish president sets out nuclear ambition
  • Inflation rate falling in Russia – Putin
  • Kremlin responds to boxing ban u-turn
  • Russian-British activist faces 20-year sentence for ‘treason’ – media
  • London exchange further restricts Russian metals
  • EU sanctions new Russian territories
  • Russia ready to send gas to EU via Nord Stream 2 — Minister
  • Protester files police report after being floored by NFL star
  • US may offer sanctions relief to Venezuela for oil – WSJ
  • German police believe Nord Stream blasts were ‘targeted sabotage’ – Spiegel
  • Be careful what you post: How Facebook and the US government have united against Americans with the 'wrong' views
  • UFC title rival was desperate to dodge me, says Russia’s Makhachev
  • German newspaper debunks false Ukrainian claim of 'Russian torture'
  • US imports from Russia increase despite sanctions – US Census Bureau
  • US and Russia make headway in nuclear talks – media
  • Under-fire US chess star responds in cheating row
  • EU approves new anti-Russia sanctions
  • Telegram CEO issues warning about WhatsApp security
  • US should learn lessons from 'Cuban Missile Crisis' – Russian ambassador
  • Djokovic delights crowd with Russian language skills
  • EU makes u-turn on sanctioning diamond giant – media
  • EU commissioner warns Ukraine on NATO bid
  • Another EU member may seek war reparations from Germany
  • Ukraine World Cup bid is pure politics – Russian official
  • Musk feuds with US Senator over Ukraine
  • More than 30 killed in shooting at children’s center
  • UN issues dire warning on world economy
  • Fast-food giant accepts crypto
  • Deadly blast hits arms plant in Eastern Europe
  • Assange’s wife spars with John Bolton
  • US redeploys aircraft carrier to Korea
  • Saudi Arabia rebukes oil 'weaponization' claims
  • EU open to 'diplomatic solution' on Ukraine – Borrell
  • Russia speaks out on Nord Stream blasts probe
  • US spies believe Ukraine killed Darya Dugina – NYT
  • US should work for 'regime change' in Russia – John Bolton
  • Vladislav Ugolny: Ukrainian elites are really pissed off with Elon Musk, here's why
  • Bulgaria sees ‘no real benefit’ in supporting Ukraine’s NATO drive
  • Top Russian MP blasts Defense Ministry over Ukraine
  • Türkiye is importing Donbass coal – DPR
  • British boxing blockbuster in doubt after positive drugs test
  • EU nation temporarily waives anti-Russia sanctions
  • Putin transfers Europe’s largest nuclear plant to Russian control
  • Estonia wants NATO to expand missions
  • New Russian pipeline a priority – Serb leader
  • Austria ready to host de-escalation talks with Russia – media
  • Putin ‘surprised’ by referendum results
  • French spies deployed in Ukraine – Le Figaro
  • Baseball fan fails in desperate bid to snatch ‘$2 million home-run ball’ (VIDEO)
  • OPEC+ confirms oil production cut
  • Secret societies: Harmless members-only clubs or dire threats to democracy?
  • Russia sets out how it will financially support new regions
  • Erdogan responds to Greek request for US help
  • Ukraine shells hotel – Kherson officials
  • French official explains which Russians may be granted entry
  • Police investigating threats against Russian ex-Chelsea director – media
  • OPEC+ agree deep supply cuts – Reuters
  • Decision to lift Russian boxing ban is example for all sport – official
  • Taiwan outlines ‘major challenge’ for military
  • Kremlin responds to rumors over Ukraine operation rebrand
  • UK minister blames Queen’s death for policy debacle
  • Ukrainian World Cup bid confirmed
  • Will French officials’ turtlenecks save the country from crisis?
  • EU public support for Ukraine drops – poll

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  • Samsung and SK Hynix could be spared harshest chip export restrictions in US-China tech war
  • At 34, Burkina Faso’s new junta chief Ibrahim Traore is world’s youngest leader
  • A new Covid-19 wave is looming in Europe
  • Russian TV host claims Ukraine’s counteroffensive was timed to ‘ruin’ Putin’s birthday
  • Ukraine war: Joe Biden says nuclear ‘Armageddon’ risk highest since 1962 Cuban missile crisis
  • Kremlin lets state media tell some truths about Putin’s stalling Ukraine war: ‘Our people aren’t stupid’
  • 2 Russians flee to remote Alaskan island to escape Vladimir Putin’s Ukraine war draft
  • Joe Biden pardons thousands in US for ‘simple possession’ of marijuana
  • Joe Biden says US$20 billion IBM investment will boost US in tech competition with China
  • Why Russia’s Arctic agenda should be of more concern than China’s actions
  • Parkland school shooter wanted to ruin Valentine’s Day forever: ‘No one would love me’
  • Prince Harry, Elton John and others sue Daily Mail publisher over privacy breaches
  • US tourist smashes 2,000-year-old sculptures at Vatican after being told he can’t see the pope
  • Kevin Spacey in court for civil trial on sexual assault claims
  • Nord Stream gas leak was ‘serious sabotage’, investigators confirm
  • Brittney Griner at ‘weakest moment’ in Russian jail, her wife says
  • Four lessons Britain’s self-inflicted financial crisis holds for the world
  • Nobel Literature Prize awarded to French author Annie Ernaux for her ‘admirable and enduring’ work
  • New boat lift on a canal linking Berlin and Poland is an engineering feat that can carry ‘the weight of 50 blue whales’
  • Dramatic rescues as boats sink off Greece, 16 dead and dozens missing
  • In Ukraine war, a shadowy key player emerges: Russia’s mercenaries
  • Scrubs producer Eric Weinberg charged with 18 counts of sexual assault
  • China sends criminal experts to halt kidnappings in mineral-rich Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Iran schoolgirls join protests over Mahsa Amini death as classrooms stage rebellions
  • Fake heiress Anna Sorokin wins release from US jail, but is banned from using social media
  • Uber’s former security chief convicted of data hack cover-up as court rejected claims other executives were responsible
  • In a first, detailed video captures orcas hunting great white sharks in South Africa
  • 2024 presidential elections in US, Taiwan could help spur trade deal, says former State Department official
  • Joe Biden visits hurricane-hit Florida, marking truce with rival Ron DeSantis
  • Vladimir Putin finalises ‘annexation’ in Ukraine even as Russian troops flee front
  • SpaceX capsule heads for space station with Nasa crew and Russian
  • Ukraine war: Europe turning back fleeing Russians only plays into Putin’s hands
  • Opec+ makes big oil cut to boost prices
  • Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin reaches settlement with shooting victim’s family
  • Russia finding new ways to spread propaganda videos, say experts
  • ‘Insensitive’: Ukraine beauty queen slams pageant for making her share room with Russian rival
  • Mexican army-run airline in the works, president confirms after documents hack; 11 planes including one unwanted presidential jet
  • UK PM Truss vows ‘I will not allow the anti-growth coalition to hold us back’, as Greenpeace protesters disrupt speech
  • Nobel Chemistry Prize awarded to three scientists for ‘snapping molecules together’ for use in cancer drug trials
  • Russia warns of ‘direct military clash’ with West as US boosts weapons aid to Ukraine
  • China and Ugandan leader decry EU’s call to halt planned African oil pipeline
  • Haiti in ‘low-intensity civil war’ as economy tanks, violence soars
  • US unveils artificial intelligence ‘Bill of Rights’ to safeguard civil rights from technological abuse
  • Uganda’s president fires son from leading army after Kenya invasion tweet
  • Eugene Yu, CEO of election software firm, held in US for alleged data theft
  • Elon Musk says buying Twitter will help create an ‘everything app’ more like WeChat and TikTok
  • Brad Pitt ‘choked’ one child, hit another during plane fight, Angelina Jolie says in court papers
  • New Chinese premier pick could mean ‘more continuity than change’ in economic policies, says analyst
  • Miss Crimea punished for singing popular Ukrainian song on Instagram
  • New US report outlines ‘devastating effect’ of national security law on Hong Kong
  • The Intercept
  • Ron DeSantis Claim That "Regime Media" Wanted Hurricane Ian to Hit Tampa Echoed Fox News Rant
  • Entrevista: 'Em estado de exceo, vale a lgica da guerra da comunicao', diz Letcia Cesarino sobre vdeo da maonaria
  • The CIA Thought Putin Would Quickly Conquer Ukraine. Why Did They Get It So Wrong?
  • Inside the Chinese Government’s Growing Surveillance State
  • Amazon, Google e Facebook ajudaram a bancar fim do aborto legal nos EUA
  • Mdicos protestam contra Bolsonaro no Hospital das Clnicas
  • Dead Presidents, Fortunate Sons, and Raytheon Flacks: A K Street Kegger Party Report
  • NIH Awards New Grant to U.S. Organization at Center of Covid-19 Lab Leak Controversy
  • Documentos inditos mostram que Exrcito abraou o Centro desde a Constituinte
  • Com Senado bolsonarista, impeachment de ministros do STF fica ao alcance de Jair
  • Meet the Military Contractor Running Fare Collection in New York Subways — and Around the World
  • Barry Jones Is Running Out of Options. Will He Ever Leave Death Row?
  • How Amazon, Google, and Facebook Helped Fund the Campaign to Overturn Roe
  • Partidos investiram at sete vezes mais em campanhas de reeleio
  • Bolsonaro pode perder eleies e acabar com PL ao mesmo tempo
  • Pennsylvania Lawmakers Prepare to Impeach Larry Krasner
  • House Democratic Leadership Designed Stock Trade Ban to Fail, Negotiators Say
  • Abin monitora risco de violncia prximo a clubes de tiro no dia das eleies em So Paulo
  • Bolsonaro on the Brink as the Far Right Rises in Europe
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  • Is a Christian Group Advertising ‘JesusWeen’ as Substitute for Halloween?
  • Elon Musk Argues Twitter is Better Off Without a Board of Directors – Is He Right?
  • ‘Dude Food’ is Patriotic? This Historian Doesn’t Think So
  • Biden Pardons Thousands for ‘Simple Possession’ of Marijuana
  • Did Berry Global Forbid Employees from Eating Lunch in Their Cars?
  • Was ‘Amazing Grace’ Penned By a Repentant Slave Trader?
  • Yes, Biden Said ‘No One F*cks with a Biden’ on ‘Hot Mic’
  • Pope Francis Smiled with President Obama, Frowned with President Trump?
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  • Farming together fosters ties between Burundian refugees and their Congolese hosts
  • Nearly 1 million people have fled five years of northern Mozambique violence
  • Iraqi doctor provides care and comfort to Yazidi survivors
  • Angela Merkel to receive UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award for protecting refugees at height of Syria crisis
  • Refugee firefighters honoured for their bravery in protecting Mauritania's environment
  • Civil society group hailed for supporting displaced people in remote parts of Myanmar
  • Former midwife delivers safety and hope to Nicaraguan refugee women
  • A safe space for Ukraine's refugees in Romania
  • Somalis abandon their homes in search of food, water and aid as drought deepens
  • Renewed as UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Grandi will keep striving for solutions
  • Nearly 6,000 Congolese refugees return home from Zambia with UNHCR support
  • The passion, vision and action of Fridtjof Nansen, humanitarian extraordinaire
  • To my refugee Grandma, who feeds me love and wisdom: a letter from a grateful grandson
  • UNHCR and Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development Launch Global Islamic Fund for Refugees
  • UNHCR warns of surging needs in Sudan amid skyrocketing prices and gaps in humanitarian funding
  • IOM, UNHCR, and UNRWA: Latest tragedy at sea off Syria must prompt action
  • UNHCR survey: Refugees from Ukraine eager to work but need sustained support to ensure inclusion
  • Congolese refugee reunites with parents she thought she had lost
  • Joint press release: International community shows solidarity with efforts to enhance protection and find solutions for people forced to flee and host communities in Central America and Mexico
  • UNHCR, UNICEF establish dozens of support hubs in countries hosting Ukrainian refugees

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  • The New Yorker October 10, 2022
  • Inside Russia’s “Filtration Camps” in Eastern Ukraine
  • Are You the Same Person You Used to Be?
  • The Bodies in the Cave
  • Bertrand Piccard’s Laps Around the World
  • The Polymorphous Genius of Wolfgang Tillmans
  • Immigrants and Refugees Seeking a Home
  • Gayle, and the Rise of Meta-Pop
  • A New Biography of John Donne, Reviewed
  • Has the C.I.A. Done More Harm Than Good?
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  • Cate Blanchett Is Imperious and Incandescent in “Tár”
  • An Undercover Rock Star at the Virgil Abloh Exhibition
  • Anderson Cooper Among the Freaks
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  • Kor Skeete’s Un-Rehearsed Celebrity Life
  • The Supreme Court’s Big New Term
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  • “Take Half, Leave Half,” by Thomas McGuane
  • The Crossword: Wednesday, September 28, 2022
  • “True Apothecary,” by Natalie Shapero
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  • The Tudor Dynasty, at the Met
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  • Will Abortion Be Enough to Save Democrats in November?
  • How NASA Launched Its Asteroid Killer
  • “Triangle of Sadness,” Reviewed: We’re on a Yacht and We’re Puking
  • Pro-Life, with One Exception—for Herschel Walker

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