The New York Times International Edition in Print for Saturday, July 23, 2022

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    Crowds around the Trevi Fountain in Rome earlier this month. Reported coronavirus cases in Italy have risen steadily since mid-June.
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    Deep in a Covid Wave, Europe Counts Cases and Carries On

    Even in countries that once took strict measures, the authorities are relying on vaccination and past infections to take the sting out of Omicron subvariants.


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    CreditPhotographs by Emile Ducke for The New York Times; Illustration by Gluekit

    Inside Ukraine’s Thriving Tech Sector

    Ukrainian technology companies have earned billions. But with most executives unable to meet foreign clients, the good times may not last.


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      Zohra was convinced from a young age that she wanted to be a professional musician.
      CreditIsabella Lanave for The New York Times

      Culture, Displaced

      Far From Kabul, Building a New Life, With Music and Hope

      The students of the Afghanistan National Institute of Music fled after the Taliban seized power. Now they are trying to remake their school, and their dreams, in Portugal.



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