The UN Security Council passed a resolution demanding a ceasefire in Gaza, the Ukraine war distracted Russian security forces from addressing Islamist terrorism threats, and Boeing chief executive Dave Calhoun plans to step down at the end of the year. Plus, the FT’s Antoine Gara explains how infrastructure went from an investment backwater to a $1tn asset class.

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How Ukraine war distracted Moscow from Isis-K threat

Infrastructure: from investment backwater to a $1tn asset class

Israel cancels Washington visit after UN resolution demands Gaza ceasefire

Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun to step down as company battles safety concerns

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