Tuesday Briefing – The New York Times

Tomorrow an airstrike killed dozens of displaced Palestinians in the southern Gaza city of Rafah, Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, called the deaths a “tragic accident” and accused Hamas of hiding among the population.

“For us, every unrelated civilian who gets hurt is a tragedy,” he said. “For Hamas, it is a strategy. That’s the whole difference.”

The Israeli military said the attack targeted a Hamas compound and killed two Hamas officials. However, an unnamed Israeli official said the initial investigation had concluded that the attack or shrapnel from it may have accidentally ignited a flammable substance at the site.

According to the Gaza Ministry of Health, at least 45 people were killed, including 23 women, children and the elderly. The ministry said 249 people were injured. Witnesses and survivors described horrifying scenes The victim suffered burns and the tent was in flames.

The attack took place two days after the International Court of Justice issued a 13-2 ruling ordering Israel to stop its attack on Rafah. President Emmanuel Macron of France said he was “outraged” by the airstrike in Rafah and added, “These operations must stop.”

Help: Aid flows into Gaza dropped so sharply in May that humanitarian officials said The threat of widespread famine is more acute than ever.

More than 2,000 people were buried alive in the landslide suffocating a village and a labor camp on Friday in the remote northern highlands of Papua New Guinea, authorities told the United Nations. The numbers, including those reported Monday, could not be independently verified.

This area is in Enga province, densely populated and close to the Porgera gold mine. This is an area of ​​remote and rugged jungle terrain, and reaching survivors has proven to be a huge challenge.

Western countries have long pursued green technology – in 1970, US President Jimmy Carter installed solar panels on the White House. But no country can match China’s scale and tenacity.

In 2022, China accounts for 85% of the world’s clean energy production investment, and the country controls more than 80% of every step of solar panel production.

China’s unparalleled clean energy technology manufacturing capacity is built on earlier developments in the chemical, steel, battery and electronics industries. Here’s how it got there.

United States, President Biden is trying making Chinese electric cars expensive to protect domestic industry. But Donald Trump has promised that if elected, he will Step on the brake when converting EV.

The line to watch the show was long, with people having to wait up to seven hours to buy tickets at the theater in downtown Kyiv, Ukraine. There, audiences flocked to see “Witch of Konotop,” a dark play based on a classic 19th-century Ukrainian novel, aims to explain the meaning of life during war.

The play dramatizes the story of a Cossack chieftain as he attempts to root out witches that local townspeople believe are responsible for the drought. This action took place against the backdrop of a military threat from tsarist Russia.

The play’s success underscores the renewed interest in Ukraine’s cultural heritage since the Russian invasion began, while also capturing the fear with which the people live. Mykhailo Matiukhin, an actor in the film, said: “Tragedy comes and takes everything away from you, your love and your home.

That’s all for today’s meeting. Thank you for spending part of your morning with us and see you tomorrow. — Justin

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