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    Emerging From One Plague, Some Romans Face Another: Attacking Crows

    Rome’s residents are venturing outdoors, only to face an annual threat of violence from the skies as crows protect their young.

    A Plague on Your Houses: Reading Covid-19 Into Disease Onstage

    Efforts like ‘The Oedipus Project’ are worthy, but in an attempt to draw contemporary parallels, they can misread drama and mislead about the present.
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    U.N. General Assembly Demands Myanmar Junta End Coup and Stop the Killings

    A resolution adopted Friday by the General Assembly is the most widespread condemnation yet of the Feb. 1 coup, a sharp diplomatic slap that...

    Israeli-Palestinian Vaccine Deal Collapses Amid Expiry Date Dispute

    After months of resisting sending vaccine doses to the Palestinian Authority, Israel on Friday morning said it would deliver a million or more. Hours...

    My Night in a Quarantine Hotel

    “I was beginning a prison sentence at a Canadian Alcatraz.” A Times reporter returning from Europe experiences isolation, panic and a touch of luxury...

    Kim Jong-un Says He’s Ready for ‘Dialogue and Confrontation’ With Biden

    During a Workers’ Party meeting, the North Korean leader reviewed the new U.S. policy on his country and ordered “counteraction,” state news media reported.