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  1. The Israeli prime minister called for dialogue as civil unrest and work stoppages reached a crisis point, grinding the country to a halt.
  2. The official met with President Volodymyr Zelensky to discuss the Zaporizhzhia plant, amid worries that a Ukrainian offensive could raise the already-high risk of disaster.
  3. His release ended more than two and a half years of captivity, during which he was tried on terrorism charges and sentenced to 25 years in prison.
  4. The delivery of Leopard 2 battle tanks from Germany and Challenger 2 tanks from Britain comes as Ukraine prepares for an expected spring offensive.
  5. Two government leaders delayed the time change so Muslims would not have to break their daytime fast an hour later during Ramadan. But after a firestorm ensued, they backtracked.
  6. Humza Yousaf is on course to become the first Muslim to lead a democratic western European nation, and when that happens, he will confront several daunting obstacles.
  7. In a weeklong trip to Ghana, Tanzania and Zambia, the vice president will face a balancing act as she tries to foster a collaborative U.S. relationship.
  8. One of the largest public transportation walkouts in decades was intended to give unions leverage as they seek raises to keep pace with rising inflation.
  9. President Biden is expected to mark the anniversary of a landmark peace accord, but his timing, and his itinerary, have raised questions about the signal they send to a close ally.
  10. Ukraine, with far more pressing needs, plans to rebuild the colossal Mriya cargo plane, a symbol of pride that was destroyed last year in a battle for its airfield.

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