The Israeli and German governments announced an agreement after the families said they would boycott a memorial observing the 1972 attack over what they called insufficient recompense.
Month: August 2022
U.N. Inspectors Set Out for Embattled Nuclear Plant
Shelling has raised concerns of a nuclear disaster at the Zaporizhzhia facility, which is controlled by Russia.
Ukrainian Soldiers Trade Tanks and Artillery on the Front Line
Most of the bartering involves items captured from Russian troops, which are exchanged for urgently needed supplies. “Let’s just call it a simplification of bureaucracy,” one soldier said.
How Reagan and Bush Overcame Skepticism to Collaborate With Gorbachev
Mr. Gorbachev was charming and presented himself as a reformer, but neither Reagan nor Bush was convinced he was for real. They would both be proved wrong.
Scenes from the Devastating Flooding in Pakistan
Months of rain has swollen rivers and inundated communities across Pakistan, killing more than 1,100 people.
Ukraine Steps Up Strikes in the South
Kyiv is seeking to disrupt Russian supply lines and isolate its forces, in what military analysts say could be the start of a broad counteroffensive.
More Vital Than Ever, Ukraine’s Trains Bind a Land Fractured by War
With the skies and ports closed, Ukraine’s railroads have been crucial to efforts to flee, to return, to keep the country going or to simply reclaim some semblance of normal life.
The First Shipment of Iranian Military Drones Arrives in Russia
Russia could deploy the drones in its war against Ukraine to conduct air-to-surface attacks, carry out electronic warfare and identify targets, according to U.S. officials.
Did My Cat Just Hit On Me? An Adventure in Pet Translation
Entrepreneurs are aiming to put A.I.-powered pet translation tools into our pockets.
Live Updates: Ukraine Announces Military Push in South; U.N. to Inspect Nuclear Site
The Ukrainian military said it had launched offensive operations in multiple areas in the Kherson region. United Nations experts are headed to the Russia-controlled Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, elsewhere in the south, this week.