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Rachel Elbaum

Rachel Elbaum is a London-based editor, producer and writer. 

Rachel Elbaum is a London-based editor, producer and writer. 

Latest from Rachel Elbaum

2d ago

China hits out at NATO after alliance singles it out alongside Russia

Beijing presents “systemic challenges to the rules-based international order,” according to NATO.
3d ago

Woman killed after car drives into protesters in Minneapolis

The area where the incident took place was the scene of protests after U.S. Marshals shot dead a Black man, Winston Boogie Smith Jr., this month.
4d ago

Netanyahu era ends in Israel as new government survives key parliament vote

"He’s been here for so many years, and won so many elections, that for so many Israelis it’s difficult to imagine any other reality," said one analyst.

New Covid variant and rising cases spark fears over U.K.'s post-lockdown reopening

"We are a country with a vaccine-only strategy, and we’ve imported a variant that is more transmissible and more likely to escape,” said one epidemiologist.
9d ago

Hundreds arrested around the world in huge global organized crime sting

The FBI and Australian officials developed an encrypted device company which eventually gave them access to hundreds of criminal networks.
10d ago

Harry and Meghan's choice of 'Lilibet Diana' loaded with significance

"I think that a lot of people are saying, quite rightly, that this is a form of olive branch to the royal family," historian Andrew Roberts said.
22d ago

Italy cable car crash: 3 men arrested over accident that killed 14, police say

Police believe the men “blocked the safety brakes,” said the commander in charge of the investigation.
24d ago

Current and former Texas constable's deputies file lawsuit alleging abuse from commanding officers

The lawsuit alleges that “prostitution stings soon grew into a booze-fueled playground for sexual exploitation."

Beloved Gaza bookshop becomes a casualty of Israel-Hamas conflict

"If I compare it to what’s happening, this is minimal, but destroying the main bookshop we have is something serious," Refaat Alareer, an academic, said.
38d ago

Hamas fires rockets into Israel as tensions in Jerusalem boil over

The violence comes on Jerusalem Day, the anniversary of Israel's capture of parts of the city in the 1967 Six-Day War.
44d ago

After Israel stampede, some ultra-Orthodox are looking at their role in the tragedy

"It's a call for rethinking what is it that we didn't do right," said Yehoshua Pfeffer, an ultra-Orthodox rabbi in Jerusalem.