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Recent articles by Daniel:

Boat Packed With Rohingya Refugees Capsizes Off Bangladesh

At least 15 people drowned, reports said. One official said the 50-person boat was carrying 130 away from refugee camps. → Read More

Israeli Voters: Data of All 6.5 Million Voters Leaked

The website for an election app used by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s party made it possible to view full names, addresses, identity card numbers and more. → Read More

After Volcanic Blast in New Zealand, Relatives Await Word of Loved Ones

The death toll was expected to rise as rescuers searched for the missing. But already relatives and friends of those on the volcanic island were fearing the worst. → Read More

Shelley Morrison, ‘Will & Grace’ Actress, Dies at 83

Ms. Morrison’s portrayal of the memorable maid Rosario, who stood up to her socialite boss, made her a fan favorite. → Read More

Powerful Earthquake Strikes Albania

The 6.4-magnitude quake, the country’s strongest in decades, struck near Tirana, the capital. At least two deaths were reported. → Read More

Victoria’s Secret, Struggling on Many Fronts, Cancels Annual Fashion Show

The decision comes as the lingerie giant has sought to overcome a host of challenges, including criticism of objectification of women and its financial woes. → Read More

Evo Morales Urges Resistance to New Bolivian Government

The former president’s stance could complicate efforts to form a transitional administration and hold fresh elections. → Read More

Trump Administration Sues Gilead, Maker of H.I.V.-Prevention Drugs

The lawsuit accused the pharmaceutical company of profiting billions of dollars off taxpayer research without paying royalties. → Read More

Daniel Cameron Becomes First Black Attorney General Elected in Kentucky

Once a legal counsel for Senator Mitch McConnell, he became the first Republican to be elected to the office in more than 70 years. → Read More

Shelly Simonds, Who Lost Random Draw in 2017 Race, Wins Handily in Virginia

The Democrat finally won the seat she lost when her Republican opponent’s name was randomly drawn from a bowl after a tie vote. → Read More

At Least 9 Members of Mormon Family in Mexico Are Killed in Ambush

Six children were among the victims in a massacre attributed to organized crime, relatives said. Other children were rescued, some of whom hid along a roadside. → Read More

Black Cat Takes the Field at N.F.L. Game

A Cowboys-Giants Monday Night Football match was interrupted by something arguably more exciting: a cat that was unconcerned with the N.F.L.’s rules. → Read More

These Sure Are Photos of Kim Jong-un on a Horse

North Korea’s state news agency said the dictator’s eyes were “full of noble glitters” during his Putin-esque photo shoot. → Read More

Fortnite Is Back, Ending Gamers’ Long Nightmare

After a black hole consumed everything in the game this weekend, the popular game was back online Tuesday, featuring a new map. → Read More

DreamWorks Film ‘Abominable’ Is Pulled by Vietnam Over Chinese Map Scene

The animated movie briefly shows China’s disputed “nine-dash line” in the South China Sea, which includes territory claimed by Vietnam and other countries. → Read More

Death Toll Climbs as Turkish Offensive in Syria Enters 2nd Day

At least 16 Kurdish fighters were reported to have been killed as Turkish ground forces assaulted towns in northeastern Syria. → Read More

Blizzard Sets Off Backlash for Penalizing Hearthstone Gamer in Hong Kong

The gaming company suspended the player and made him forfeit his prize money after he expressed support for the protest movement in Hong Kong. → Read More

‘South Park’ Creators Offer Fake Apology After Show Is Erased in China

“Like the N.B.A., we welcome the Chinese censors into our homes and into our hearts,” the show’s creators said in a tongue-in-cheek response. “We too love money more than freedom and democracy.” → Read More

Hong Kong Leader Invokes Emergency Powers to Ban Masks During Protests

The chief executive exercised a rarely used colonial-era law, a step long feared by opposition lawmakers. → Read More

Powerful Earthquake Strikes Indonesia

The epicenter of the 6.5-magnitude earthquake was about 23 miles from Ambon, the capital of Maluku Province. → Read More