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Senators Ask U.S. to Share Evidence of War Crimes With I.C.C.

Ukrainian soldiers attending a religious service for a fallen comrade in Lviv, in western Ukraine, on Thursday.

‘Hotel Rwanda’ Hero, Paul Rusesabagina, to Be Released From Prison

Paul Rusesabagina leaving a court hearing in Kigali, Rwanda, in 2020. His release will end two and a half years in captivity.

Rahul Gandhi Disqualified From Lok Sabha After Conviction

Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Indian National Congress Party, arriving at the New Delhi airport after his court appearance in Surat, India, on Thursday.

French Anger Shifts From Pension Law to Focus on Macron

Demonstrations in Paris against the French government’s pension plan have taken on an angier and more violent tone.

Israel’s Army Fears Effect of Judicial Crisis on Battlefield Readiness

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel at a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on Sunday. He has vowed to proceed with a judicial overhaul that has divided the country.

Spasms of Violence and ‘Wild Protests’ Jolt Paris

Protesters kicking tear gas pellets in Paris on Thursday.

Famed Antiwar Protester Was Once Cog in Russia’s Propaganda Machine

In Canada, Biden Offers Cooperation, Not Threats

President Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada before the President addressed Parliament on Friday in Ottawa.

Ukraine War Amputees Get New Limbs in U.S.

A Refuge for Russians and Ukrainians, Bali Rethinks Its Open-Door Policy

Echo Beach in Bali, Indonesia. Bali residents have found themselves at odds with the practices of some of the Ukrainians and Russians who’ve fled their home countries for refuge in Bali.

U.S. Due Diligence Firm Says China Detained Its Employees

The closed office of the Mintz Group in Beijing on Friday. The company said it had not been able to contact five Chinese employees since they were detained on Monday.

Canada Grew by a Record 1 Million People From Immigration

Migrants arriving at the Roxham Road border crossing in February in Quebec.

Centuries of Stargazing Leave Jesuit Names Written in the Heavens

Brother Guy Consolmagno, director of the Vatican’s observatory near Rome, in 2017. The observatory, or Specola Vaticana, has roots dating to Pope Gregory XIII in the 16th century.

No Letup in Bakhmut as Ukraine and Russia Brace for Battles Elsewhere

A Ukrainian soldier just after firing a grenade launcher on the front line near Bakhmut, Ukraine, on Friday. Ukrainian and Russian leaders said the battle for Bakhmut would rage on.

Senators Urge Biden to Send Evidence of Russian War Crimes to the ICC

Ukrainian security forces said this room, pictured in November, was used by Russian forces as a torture chamber in a makeshift prison in the city of Kherson, Ukraine.

Scotland’s Leader Apologizes for Past Practice of Forced Adoptions

Nicola Sturgeon delivers an apology in Scotland’s Parliament for the country’s legacy of forcing unmarried women to give up their babies for adoption.

What I’m Reading: The Rise of Fascism Edition

From left, Unity, Diana and Nancy Mitford in 1932. Nancy Mitford’s novel “Wigs on the Green” is a satire about two of her sisters who were involved in fascist movements in Britain and Germany.

China Denies Pressuring Companies Like TikTok to Spy on Users

Shou Chew, the chief executive of TikTok, testifying before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Thursday.

King Charles Postpones Trip to France Amid Pension Protests

Protesters in Paris demonstrated on Thursday against President Emmanuel Macron and his effort to raise the legal retirement age to 64 from 62.

Free Speech (or Not) at Stanford

Stanford University.

An Australian River Choking on Fish Corpses, and a Community Full of Anger

Millions of dead fish floating along parts of the lower Darling River in Menindee, Australia, on Wednesday.

In Held v. Montana, Young People Sue Montana Over Use of Fossil Fuels

Badge, left, and Lander Busse, teenage plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the state of Montana saying it violated the state Constitution that guarantees “the right to a clean and healthful environment.”

North Korea Says It Tested a Nuclear-Capable Underwater Attack Drone

News coverage of North Korea’s reported drone test, featuring a state media image of the North’s leader, Kim Jong-un, on a screen in a Seoul train station.

Melbourne Art and Design, Past and Present

That Missing Trump Portrait? Found, Next to Some Old Yoga Mats.

Francisco Antonio López Benavides, who painted a portrait of former president Donald J. Trump, showing a detail of the painting.

As Zelensky Visits Kherson, World Bank Says Ukraine Needs $411 Billion to Rebuild

A photograph released by the Ukrainian president’s office on Thursday showed Volodymyr Zelensky during a visit to the Kherson region. He said he saw evidence of rebuilding during his trip.

Track and Field Keeps Ban on Russia and Belarus, Adding to Debate on Olympics

From left, Sebastian Coe, the president of World Athletics, Jon Ridgeon, the group’s chief executive, and Rune Andersen, the leader of the group’s Russia task force, in Rome in November.

American Hopes for Canadian Military Leadership in Haiti Likely to Be Dashed

Canadian special forces soldiers with the Haitian police at the Port-au-Prince airport in 2004, after the overthrow of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.

U.S. and Canada Reach an Agreement on Diverting Asylum Seekers

President Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada greeting each other in Ontario on Thursday while their wives, Jill Biden and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, do likewise. The two North American leaders are said to have a “Justin and Joe” relationship.

Your Friday Briefing: U.S. Lawmakers Blast TikTok’s C.E.O.

Spain’s Prime Minister to Visit Xi in China to Discuss Ukraine

Primer Minister Pedro Sánchez of Spain says he intends to discuss Russia’s invasion of Ukraine with President Xi Jinping of China during a visit to Beijing next week.

Slovakia Makes Its First Delivery of Pledged Soviet-Era Fighter Jets to Ukraine

A MIG-29 fighter jet flying near an air base in Malacky, Slovakia, in August of last year.

The U.K.’s Wave of Strikes Explained: Why Is It Ending?

Demonstrators gathering in Parliament Square in London to rally in support of striking Royal Mail workers in December. Though few of the labor disputes from last year are fully settled, agreements are taking shape in many.

Netanyahu Digs In on Court Overhaul, in the Face of Mass Protests

Demonstrators in Tel Aviv on Thursday protesting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s plans to overhaul Israel’s judicial system.

New Day of Strikes in France as Pension Anger Persists

Demonstrators in Paris on Thursday. It was the ninth day of nationwide strikes and protests over French pension changes.

The Threat of TikTok

Rahul Gandhi Is Sentenced in Defamation Case

Rahul Gandhi speaking in Jammu, India, in January. Mr. Gandhi is the de facto leader of the Indian National Congress and has been trying to revive the party’s fortunes.

West African Commandos Train to Battle Terrorists by Land and Sea

The waterborne mission included this year reflects rising concern about security in the Gulf of Guinea.

Migration Tops Agenda as Biden Meets With Trudeau During Canada Visit

President Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada during the Summit of the Americas last year. Migration will be a key topic of discussion when Mr. Biden visits Canada this week.

Ukrainian Commanders Frustrated With Slow Pace of Western Tank Deliveries

Servicemen from the Adam Battalion preparing to head toward the front line near Bakhmut, Ukraine

Your Thursday Briefing

In a photo released by the Ukrainian government, Volodymyr Zelensky met soldiers near Bakhmut.

Zelensky Makes Morale-Boosting Trip to Bakhmut

In a photo released by the Ukrainian government, President Volodymyr Zelensky met soldiers on Wednesday near Bakhmut.

The DeSantis Foreign Policy: Hard Power, but With a High Bar

Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida has worked to align himself with the increasingly nationalistic Republican base, which he will need to win the 2024 presidential primary if he runs.

Your Thursday Briefing: U.S. Raises Interest Rates

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell speaks during a press conference to announce a new interest rate decision, in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday.

Prince William Visits Poland to Thank Troops Supporting Ukraine

Prince William met with the Polish defense minister, Mariusz Blaszczak, and visited British and Polish troops stationed in Rzeszow, Poland, on Wednesday.

Ship Owned by U.S. Navy Tips Over at Edinburgh Port, Injuring Dozens

The Petrel, a 250-foot-long research vessel, toppled over at a shipyard in Edinburgh on Wednesday. The ship had been fitted to take part in expeditions to explore shipwrecks around the globe.

U.K. Defends Sending Ukraine Weapons with Depleted Uranium

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia at the Kremlin on Tuesday, following talks with President Xi Jinping of China.

In Paris, Protests Over Pension Law Take On a Hint of Menace

Protesters gathering for a demonstration in the Place de la Concorde in Paris last week. Unofficial protests have spread since the government pushed through an unpopular pension law.

U.K. Lawmakers Approve Stormont Brake in Northern Ireland Brexit Deal

The strong backing for the measure was good news for Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, who has championed the broader trade deal.

Geothermal Power, Cheap and Clean, Could Help Run Japan. So Why Doesn’t It?

Macron Denounces Violent Protests in France

President Emmanuel Macron of France spoke on Wednesday in a televised interview with two journalists, his first remarks since pushing through a rise in the retirement age.

Boris Johnson Faces Inquiry Over Whether He Lied to U.K. Parliament

The former British prime minister Boris Johnson, center, on his way to to attend a hearing that could result in his suspension from Parliament, or even his ejection.

The I.C.C.’s Arrest Warrant for Putin is More Than ‘Just Symbolic’

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia on Wednesday in a photo released by Russian state media.

Uganda Passes Strict Anti-Gay Bill That Imposes Death Penalty for Some

Ugandan legislators debated the anti-gay bill in Parliament in the capital, Kampala, on Tuesday. It passed by a vote of 387 to 2.

In a Brother Act With Putin, Xi Reveals China’s Fear of Containment

A photo released by Russian state media on Tuesday showing the Chinese leader, Xi Jinping, who was greeted with pomp and pageantry on his visit to Moscow.

The Fed’s Unpleasant Choice

Federal Reserve building on Tuesday.

Russian Faced Prison Time for Instagram Post About War in Ukraine

Olesya Krivtsova in court in Russia. She said she later fled the country because she did not believe her chances of being exonerated were high amid a broader Kremlin crackdown on free speech.