Sheera Frenkel

New York Times

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Sheera Frenkel is a cybersecurity correspondent for the New York Times. She has formerly covered the Middle East for BuzzFeed, McClatchy newspapers, NPR and The Times of London.

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The cyberattack that began yesterday in Ukraine has now reached 64 countries, including the United States.

Cyberattacks spread global chaos

The cyberattack that began yesterday in Ukraine has now reached 64 countries, including the United States.

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Israel's parliament, called the Knesset, has 120 seats. In Tuesday's election, neither of the two major political parties is expected to win more than 25.

Is "Bibi" on the Ropes in Israel?

Israel's parliament, called the Knesset, has 120 seats. In Tuesday's election, neither of the two major political parties is expected to win more than 25.

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Four rabbis — three Americans and one Briton, and all joint citizens of Israel -- were killed today in a Jerusalem synagogue by two Palestinians armed with knives, axes and guns.

Three Americans, Briton Killed in Jerusalem Synagogue

Four rabbis — three Americans and one Briton, and all joint citizens of Israel -- were killed today in a Jerusalem synagogue by two Palestinians armed with knives, axes and guns.

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