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Yuliya Talmazan

Yuliya Talmazan is a reporter for NBC News Digital, based in London.

Yuliya Talmazan is a reporter for NBC News Digital, based in London.


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U.S. restricts travel for Israel staff as Iran attack fears rise

The United States has restricted travel for its staff in Israel, as fears grow of an imminent retaliatory attack by Iran for the strike on its consulate in Syria.

Ukraine digs defenses, fears it could lose war without U.S. aid as Russia steps up attacks

Forced back, Ukraine is now digging in to stop a collapse across the war’s front lines as Russia attacks Kharkiv and American aid is held up in Congress.
4d ago

'Hey Jude' is out; 'Anti-Hero' is just right: Chechnya bans songs deemed too fast or too slow

Taylor Swift, Beyoncé and even The Beatles’ back catalog could be off playlists in Chechnya after the Russian republic instituted limits on musical tempo.

Israeli military pulls troops from southern Gaza

The Israeli military says it has reduced the number of ground troops in the southern Gaza Strip following the conclusion of its monthslong operation in the city of Khan Younis, raising questions about the future of its offensive in the enclave amid pressure from the U.S. to reduce the war’s humanitarian toll.
6d ago

$1.3 billion Powerball winning ticket sold in Oregon after draw delays

A lucky player from Oregon has scooped up the $1.3 billion Powerball jackpot on Saturday after the highly anticipated drawing was delayed over what the Multi-State Lottery Association said was one lottery’s need for additional time to complete security procedures.

The mother of an Israeli hostage details her fight 6 months after the Hamas attack

Rachel Goldberg-Polin is fighting to bring home her son Hersh Goldberg-Polin, who was seized by Hamas from the Nova music festival on oct.7.

Israel to open more aid routes to Gaza and increase deliveries after pressure from Biden

Israel committed to taking new steps that would boost the flow of aid into Gaza after a call between President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday.
8d ago

Charging elephant kills an American woman on 'bucket list trip' in Zambia

An American woman who was on what she had called her "last big trip" was killed when a charging elephant flipped over the car she was traveling in at a national park in Zambia.

Israeli strike kills 7 aid workers in Gaza, World Central Kitchen halts operations

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday his country’s forces had “unintentionally hit innocent people” in the Gaza Strip in the past day, after an airstrike killed seven aid workers with the disaster relief charity World Central Kitchen.
10d ago

Biden calls chef José Andrés after Israeli strike kills World Central Kitchen aid workers

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden has called world-renowned chef José Andrés "to express that he's heartbroken" after an Israeli airstrike killed seven aid workers in the Gaza Strip from the chef's World Central Kitchen organization.

U.S. sends more weapons to Israel amid growing calls for cease-fire

The U.S. is sending a fresh round of bombs to Israel, two senior administration officials told NBC News, undermining the Biden administration’s public expressions of frustration at Israel’s conduct in the war and its own efforts at brokering a cease-fire.