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Here's the latest edition of Worldcrunch Magazine, a selection of our best articles of the week from top international journalists, produced exclusively in English for Worldcrunch readers.
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This week's edition features several international pieces analyzing the major turning point in the Hamas-Israel war, as a ceasefire deal is agreed upon: Pierre Haski for French radio channel France Inter looks beyond the four-day truce and discusses the difficulty for Western allies to keep supporting Israel in spite of its ruthless actions in Gaza. Writing for Worldcrunch, Elias Kassem describes how the ceasefire will see many Gazans dig through rubble to find their dead family members, while they struggle to find food and water, and wait until the inevitable resumption of Israel's offensive.
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Table of contents
Gazans Dig For Their Dead, Hunt For Food, Hope Ceasefire Sticks | Worldcrunch By Elias Kassem
Inside Camp Jenin, Ground Zero Of The Simmering War In The West Bank | La Stampa By Francesco Semprini
Sympathizing With Hamas? The West Made That Same Mistake With Khomeini | Kayhan-London By Bahram Farrokhi
Why Taiwan Backs Israel Even If Its Own Struggle Mirrors Palestine’s | The Initium By Josephine
Milei Elected: Argentina Bets It All On “Anything Is Better Than This” | Clarín By Eduardo van der Kooy
Russia’s Crackdown On LGBTQ+ Rights Is Out Of Control | Important Stories By Editorial
Teacher Shortages Are Spreading Around The World | Worldcrunch By Katarzyna Skiba
Meet The Italian Extreme Cyclist Set To Attempt Solo Antarctica Crossing | La Stampa By Andrea Joly