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Danish Dragons

Danish Dragons

The building in the background is Copenhagen's 17th century Borsen, the oldest stock exchange in Denmark. With its intriguing spire made of four dragon tails twined together, I wondered if Danish bankers appreciated the architect's twisted sense of humor...

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Photo of a doctor looking after ​premature newborns after being transferred from Al-Shifa Hospital to Al-Emarati Hospital in Rafah, southern Gaza.

Premature newborns receive treatment after being transferred from Al-Shifa Hospital to Al-Emarati Hospital in Rafah, southern Gaza.

Emma Albright, Valeria Berghinz, Laure Gautherin and Anne-Sophie Goninet

👋 Dumela!*

Welcome to Monday, where Gaza’s Indonesian hospital is targeted by Israeli airstrikes while premature babies are evacuated from the al-Shifa hospital, far-right candidate Javier Milei gets elected as Argentina’s new president, and Spain takes drastic measures to combat olive oil shoplifting. Meanwhile, Milan-based daily La Stampa has an interview with Omar Di Felice, the Italian “extreme cyclist” as he sets off to cover 963 miles of Antarctic ground in winter on his own.

[*Tswana, Botswana and South Africa]

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