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Undercover and Dries Van Noten Dress the Forgotten Woman

“As always, she wakes up just before the alarm goes off.” “As always, she gets up in the dark and walks into the bathroom.” “As always, she quickly looks into the mirror. Yes, That’s her. Forty years old, mother of one, single, working.” So went the voice-over at the Undercover show: a prose poem written and read by the film …

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Thursday Briefing

U.N. warns of dire food shortages in Gaza.

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In Britain, Shockwaves From Israel-Hamas War Are Jolting Domestic Politics

Inside Britain’s Parliament, lawmakers jeered, booed, and stormed out of the House of Commons to protest the speaker’s handling of a vote calling for a cease-fire in Gaza. Outside, a crowd of pro-Palestinian demonstrators projected the slogan, “From the river to the sea,” on to the facade of Big Ben, drawing denunciations from those who view it as a rallying …

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