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‘Veggie Discs’ Could Replace Burgers Under European Food Labeling Proposal

‘Veggie Discs’ Could Replace Burgers Under European Food Labeling Proposal

A Greggs vegan sausage roll in a photo illustration. A proposal in the European Parliament would ban the use of “burger,” “steak” and “sausage” to refer to plant-based products.
‘Veggie Discs’ Could Replace Burgers Under European Food Labeling Proposal

‘Veggie Discs’ Could Replace Burgers Under European Food Labeling Proposal

A Greggs vegan sausage roll in a photo illustration. A proposal in the European Parliament would ban the use of “burger,” “steak” and “sausage” to refer to plant-based products.
‘Veggie Discs’ Could Replace Burgers Under European Food Labeling Proposal

‘Veggie Discs’ Could Replace Burgers Under European Food Labeling Proposal

A Greggs vegan sausage roll in a photo illustration. A proposal in the European Parliament would ban the use of “burger,” “steak” and “sausage” to refer to plant-based products.

A Death on Video Makes Euthanasia Spain’s Issue of the Moment

With an election approaching, Spain’s prime minister promised to legalize euthanasia after watching footage of a husband helping his wife kill herself.
As Israel Charts a Future, Color and Chaos Abound in Its Election

As Israel Charts a Future, Color and Chaos Abound in Its Election

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, at a news conference in Jerusalem, is seeking a fourth consecutive term.
Elections in Israel: How the Country Chooses a Leader and What’s at Stake

Elections in Israel: How the Country Chooses a Leader and What’s at Stake

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel visiting a market in Jerusalem on Monday.
How Israel Chooses a Leader and What’s at Stake

How Israel Chooses a Leader and What’s at Stake

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel visiting a market in Jerusalem on Monday.
Israel Elections: How the Country Chooses a Leader and What’s at Stake

Israel Elections: How the Country Chooses a Leader and What’s at Stake

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel visiting a market in Jerusalem on Monday.
As Israel Holds a Pivotal Election, Voters Tell Us What Matters Most to Them

As Israel Holds a Pivotal Election, Voters Tell Us What Matters Most to Them

Supporters at a Blue and White party event last month in Beer Tuvia, Israel.
A Guide to Our Israel Election Coverage

A Guide to Our Israel Election Coverage

A polling station in Bnei Brak, Israel, on Tuesday.
New Zealand Passes Law Banning Most Semiautomatic Weapons, Weeks After Massacre

New Zealand Passes Law Banning Most Semiautomatic Weapons, Weeks After Massacre

Firearms and accessories at a gun shop in Christchurch.
In India, Voting Begins in Elections Unmatched in Size and Scope

In India, Voting Begins in Elections Unmatched in Size and Scope

Election officials carried equipment and materials near the Brahmaputra River in Majuli, Assam, India.
Netanyahu’s Coalition May Help Stave Off Indictment

Netanyahu’s Coalition May Help Stave Off Indictment

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, center, at his Likud party headquarters on Tuesday night. At least one of his potential coalition partners wants to grant him immunity from prosecution.
The Finns Party Campaigned Against Climate Action. It Came in 2nd.

The Finns Party Campaigned Against Climate Action. It Came in 2nd.

Riikka Slunga-Poutsalo, left, and Jussi Halla-aho of the Finns Party on Election Night in Helsinki.
What’s a Feminist Government? Canada, and Trudeau, Grapple With the Question

What’s a Feminist Government? Canada, and Trudeau, Grapple With the Question

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada at the “Daughters of the Vote” day in Parliament this month. Several dozen women stood up and turned their backs on him.
What’s a Feminist Government? Canada, and Trudeau, Grapple With the Question

What’s a Feminist Government? Canada, and Trudeau, Grapple With the Question

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada at the “Daughters of the Vote” day in Parliament this month. Several dozen women stood up and turned their backs on him.
Israel’s Ultra-Orthodox Parties Embrace Technology and Emerge Stronger

Israel’s Ultra-Orthodox Parties Embrace Technology and Emerge Stronger

Modiin Illit is an urban settlement in the occupied West Bank, inhabited by some 70,000 people, nearly all Ultra-Orthodox Haredi Jews.
Israel’s Ultra-Orthodox Parties Embrace Technology and Emerge Stronger

Israel’s Ultra-Orthodox Parties Embrace Technology and Emerge Stronger

Modiin Illit is an urban settlement in the occupied West Bank, inhabited by some 70,000 people, nearly all Ultra-Orthodox Haredi Jews.
The Remarkable Comeback of Rahul Gandhi

The Remarkable Comeback of Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi and his sister, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, acknowledging supporters in Wayanad, India., on April 4.