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Russia-Ukraine War: Zelensky Goes to Washington to Lobby for More Aid as Republicans Balk

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine, center, walking with the Senate minority leader, Mitch McConnell, left, and the majority leader, Chuck Schumer, before meeting with a group of senators on Capitol Hill.

U.S. Hopes to Tackle Migrant Crisis With Processing Centers in Latin America

Migrants preparing to cross the Panamanian border from Colombia through the Darién Gap in August. The Biden administration wants to deter people from making the treacherous journey by opening migration processing centers in Latin America.

India to Reserve One-Third of Parliamentary Seats for Women

Lawmakers from various opposition parties during a protest at the Parliament House in New Delhi in 2022.

After Libya Flooding, Signs Point to a Crackdown on Dissent

Protesters outside a mosque in Derna, Libya, on Monday demanded that those responsible for the floods that killed thousands be held to account.

India Suspends Visas for Canadians, Escalating Clash Over Sikh’s Killing

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada during a frosty meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India during the Group of 20 summit in New Delhi this month.

Mexico Feels Pressure of Relentless Migration From South America

People wait along rail lines in hopes of boarding a freight train north from Huehuetoca, Mexico, on Wednesday.

As Armenia and Azerbaijan Clash, Russia Is a Distracted Spectator

Protests flared on Tuesday against Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan of Armenia, who has distanced his government from this week’s conflict.

In Washington Visit, Zelensky Tries to Shore Up Critical Support

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine met with Senator Mitch McConnell, left, and Senator Chuck Schumer, right, at the Capitol on Thursday.

Darfur’s New Generation, Once Full of Promise, Now Suffers ‘Fire of War’

Refugees fleeing violence in Sudan at a transit camp last month in Renk, South Sudan. Those who left described an increase in robberies and killings by militias.

Syria’s Leader, al-Assad, Visits China in Search of Friends and Funds

President Bashar al-Assad of Syria and the first lady, Asma al-Assad, arriving at the airport in Beijing on Thursday in this image released by the Syrian Arab News Agency.

After Surrender in Nagorno-Karabakh, Leaders Discuss Armenians’ Fate

A photo released by the Azerbaijan State News Agency showed representatives of the Armenian community of Nagorno-Karabakh, Azerbaijan’s government and the Russian peacekeeping contingent at a meeting in Yevlakh, Azerbaijan, on Thursday.

Navigating a Perilous Mountain Pass After Morocco’s Devastating Earthquake

A car sits beneath rubble on the road to the Tizi N’Test pass through the Atlas Mountains in Morocco.

Portraits of Fire Victims: Two Toddlers Named ‘Memory,’ and a Teacher About to Wed

Lina Lutfiawati Sentenced to 2 Years After Eating Pork on Camera

A relative hugs Lina Lutfiawati, center, after her trial at court in Palembang, Indonesia, on Tuesday.

Residents of Kyiv Sift Through the Aftermath of a Missile Attack

Iryna, right, with her mother, Lyuda, on Thursday after a Russian missile attack damaged the building where they live in Kyiv.

Poland Says It Won’t Send New Weapons to Ukraine Amid Grain Dispute

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki of Poland in Warsaw in April.

Russian-Occupied Crimea Comes Under Large Ukrainian Air Attack

Bank of England Keeps Interest Rates Steady for First Time in Nearly Two Years

The Bank of England began raising rates in late 2021.

‘Only God Can Thank You’: Female Health Workers Fight to Be Paid

Ms. Yusuf, with her briefcase of supplies and cooler of vaccines, leaves a home where she checked on a sick child. She provides a vast range of primary health care services for a monthly salary of $90.

Thursday Briefing

The Climate Ambition Summit at the U.N.

Biden Is Caught Between Allies as Canada Accuses India of Assassination

President Biden has called the “battle between democracy and autocracy” the defining struggle of this era but lately has moved away from that phrasing in public.

Thursday Briefing: Climate and Ukraine at the U.N.

The Climate Ambition Summit was held Wednesday on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly.

Zelensky Tells U.N. Security Council It’s Useless While Russia Has a Veto

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine speaking at the Security Council on Wednesday.

Assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar Further Divides Indian Community

A cyclist near the temple in Surrey, British Columbia, where Hardeep Singh Nijjar was killed in June. The recent allegation that India was behind the killing has highlighted tensions within Canada’s Indian diaspora.

McCarthy Declines to Host House Forum for Zelensky Amid G.O.P. Rifts

President Volodymyr Zelensky’s tour of Washington follows appearances before world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

Biden and Netanyahu Meet to Try to Soothe Tensions, With Some Success

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, left, with President Biden Wednesday in New York. The meeting was the first in-person encounter for the two men since Mr. Netanyahu returned to office last December.

The Litany of #MeToo News Continues. Is anything really changing?

Russell Brand leaves the Troubadour Wembley Park Theater in northwest London after performing a comedy set on Saturday.

We Asked Readers to Spend the Summer Watching Birds. Here’s What Happened.

Jango Edwards, Clown Who Challenged His Art Form, Dies at 73

Jango Edwards in 1993. He could be lewd, performing in drag, fat suits, or, sometimes nothing at all.

The Reach of Wildfire Smoke Is Going Global and Undoing Progress on Clean Air

Smoke from Canadian wildfires turned the New York City sky dark yellow in June.

U.K. Police Officer to Be Charged With Murder in Shooting of Chris Kaba

Black Lives Matter protesters observed a minute of silence in front of the New Scotland Yard building in central London last year demanding justice for Chris Kaba.

Spain Women’s Team Will Play After Talks in Wake of World Cup Kiss

As she arrived for Spanish team preparations on Tuesday, reporters asked the goalkeeper Misa Rodríguez if she was happy to be on the roster. “No,” she said.

1923: Britain Frowns on Rum Running Stock Scheme

Azerbaijan Reclaims Armenian Enclave, Shifting Region’s Political Dynamics

A photograph released by the Nagorno-Karabakh human rights ombudsman showed a damaged car on a street in Stepanakert, in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, on Wednesday.

South Korean Police Accuse 17 U.S. Soldiers of Drug Crimes

Camp Humphreys, a United States Army base in Pyeongtaek, South Korea.

Rishi Sunak to Weaken U.K. Climate Targets as Election Approaches

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak of Britain traveling to India for the Group of 20 summit this month. His proposals may be designed to set a dividing line with the opposition Labour Party.

What We Know About Canada’s Murder Claim Against India

The Sikh temple in Surrey, British Columbia, that was led by Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

New Zealand Warriors Surpass All Blacks to Capture Country’s Imagination

Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad of the New Zealand Warriors scoring a try during a rugby match in Auckland on Saturday.

Wednesday Briefing

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine speaking to the General Assembly on Tuesday.

Ukrainian Grain on Cargo Ship Reaches Romania

The Resilient Africa leaving the port of Chornomorsk, Ukraine, on Tuesday.

Zelensky, at U.N., Urges World Leaders to Help Ukraine

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine speaking to the General Assembly on Tuesday.

Wednesday Briefing: Zelensky’s Warning at the U.N.

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine addressed the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday.

Trudeau Rejects India’s Denial of Involvement in Assassination in Canada

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada on his way to a cabinet meeting in Ottawa on Tuesday.

Ukraine’s Counteroffensive Looms Large as Zelensky Addresses U.N.

Ukrainian soldiers near the southern front in September last year.

Britain Passes Sweeping New Online Safety Law

The British law goes further than other efforts to regulate online content.

East Libya’s Leader Keeps Tight Control Over Flood Aid

Khalifa Hifter, the strongman who rules eastern Libya, visited Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates in February. Mr. Hifter has made clear he will be the arbiter of the aid operation following the deadly flooding in Derna.

Who Was Hardeep Singh Nijjar? Canada Says India Was Behind His Killing.

A photo of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who was killed in June, during a protest that month outside the Consulate General of India in Vancouver.

Ancient Earthworks Trodden by Golfers Become a World Heritage Site

The Moundbuilders Country Club in Newark, Ohio, operates a private golf course on Native American earthworks.

In Switzerland, Ex-Soldier Faces Trial Over Disappearances in Belarus

Yuri Harauski, left, a former member of the Belarusian special security forces, during a break on Tuesday from his trial in St. Gallen, Switzerland.

Biden Aides and Saudis Explore Defense Treaty Modeled After Asian Pacts

President Biden and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Saudi Arabia last year. U.S. officials have made numerous trips to the kingdom since May as part of the push on normalization.

Biden, in U.N. Speech, Calls for Action on Ukraine and Other Crises

President Biden addressed the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Tuesday.

Yemen Gets Ownership of Artifacts, but Met Will Still Display Them

What’s Behind Canada and India’s Diplomatic Tension?

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada and Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India ahead of a Group of 20 meeting in New Delhi this month.

Azerbaijan Begins a Military Operation in Nagorno-Karabakh

Apartments damaged by shelling in Stepanakert, the capital of the breakaway territory of Nagorno-Karabakh.

Keir Starmer Meets Emmanuel Macron, Building European Ties

Keir Starmer, Britain’s Labour Party leader, left, with President Emmanuel Macron of France on Tuesday in a photo provided by the French Presidential Office.

What Is the U.N. General Assembly?

The United Nations headquarters in Manhattan. The General Assembly has undergone tremendous changes as its influence has waned.

Wall Street Journal Reporter Evan Gershkovich Appears in Russian Court

Evan Gershkovich, a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, in court in Moscow on Tuesday.

Australia Officially Declares Arrival of El Niño

A controlled burn in Sydney, Australia, this month. The area is experiencing temperatures far above normal.