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Aujourd’hui — 28 octobre 2020The Washington Post - World

As 2020 election nears, foreign interference matters less than a looming constitutional crisis

Par By Ishaan Tharoor
The Trump presidency has heightened focus on the degree to which Republican power in U.S. politics is now a matter of “minority rule.”

  • 28 octobre 2020 à 17:00

Nigeria’s army admits its soldiers were at Lagos shootings

Par By Sam Olukoya | AP
Nigeria’s army has admitted its soldiers were deployed at the Lekki Toll Plaza in Lagos where live rounds were fired last week, killing several peaceful protesters prompting global outrage
  • 28 octobre 2020 à 11:08

Poland’s ‘LGBT-free zones’ energize some activists, prompt others to leave

Par By Loveday Morris
The country has been ranked as the worst place in the E.U. to be gay or trans.

  • 28 octobre 2020 à 11:00

Sony’s profits rise as pandemic has people playing games

Par By Yuri Kageyama | AP
Profit at Japanese electronics and entertainment company Sony Corp. more than doubled in the last quarter on healthy gains in its video game sector, as people stayed home during the pandemic
  • 28 octobre 2020 à 10:24

Cake Lady helps wounded soldiers heal, one treat at a time

Par By Danica Kirka | AP
David Wiseman heard Kath Ryan before he met her
  • 28 octobre 2020 à 10:10

India holds first major state elections since pandemic

Par By Indrajit Singh | AP
Voting has begun in India’s third-largest state of Bihar, the first major election in the country since the pandemic and a test for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularity as he faces criticism on many fronts
  • 28 octobre 2020 à 08:34

Satellite photos show construction at Iran nuclear site

Par By Jon Gambrell | AP
Satellite photos show Iran has begun construction at its Natanz nuclear facility
  • 28 octobre 2020 à 07:43

Tanzania’s democracy faces a critical test in Wednesday’s election

Par By Rael Ombuor and Lesley Wroughton
The government’s heavy-handed tactics threaten to undermine the legitimacy of the election.

  • 27 octobre 2020 à 09:14
Hier — 27 octobre 2020The Washington Post - World

Nigeria to investigate the shooting of protesters in Lagos

Par By Sam Olukoya | AP
A Nigerian official says the shootings of peaceful protesters in Nigeria last week will be investigated by a judicial committee as some seek accountability for the worst turmoil in decades in Africa’s most populous country
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 17:55

Ukrainian tourist, Egyptian guide lose limbs in shark attack

Par By Samy Magdy | AP
Officials say a young Ukrainian tourist lost an arm and an Egyptian tour guide a leg in a rare shark attack over the weekend off Egypt’s Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 17:54

Rwandan official: Genocide suspect arrested in Netherlands

Par By Ignatius Ssuuna | AP
A Rwandan official says a man accused of participating in the country’s 1994 genocide has been arrested by authorities in the Netherlands
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 17:16

Thai students aim for ambitious political change

Par By Grant Peck and Chris Blake | AP
A student-led campaign has shaken Thailand’s ruling establishment with the most significant push for political change in years
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 16:47

UN watchdog: Iran building at underground nuclear facility

Par By David Rising | AP
Inspectors from the U.N.’s atomic watchdog have confirmed Iran has started construction on a new building near an underground nuclear facility that it says was sabotaged over the summer
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 16:46

American kidnapped in southern Niger, says local official

Par By Dalatou Mamane | AP
Local officials in Niger say that an American citizen has been kidnapped by gunmen in the West African country
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 16:18

Canadian Thanksgiving could be a cautionary tale for Americans amid coronavirus surge

Par By Amanda Coletta and Adam Taylor
Officials in at least three Canadian provinces have linked Thanksgiving gatherings held in October to rising case numbers.

  • 27 octobre 2020 à 17:34

‘We’re working on it:’ Pope’s COVID advisers and the mask

Par By Nicole Winfield | AP
Pope Francis’ decision to forego wearing a mask has been noticed, with some concern, by the commission of Vatican experts he appointed to help chart the Catholic Church’s path through the coronavirus pandemic and the aftermath
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 15:29

Thai royalists rally in counterpoint to student protesters

Par By Tassanee Vejpongsa | AP
Several hundred Thai royalists have staged a rally in central Bangkok to display their loyalty to the country’s king as growing protests by young activists have made unprecedented criticism of the monarchy
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 15:27

Armenia, Azerbaijan report more fighting despite cease-fire

Par By Avet Demourian | AP
Armenia and Azerbaijan exchanged more accusations of shelling on Tuesday, with fighting over the separatist territory of Nagorno-Karabakh in its fifth week and largely unhindered by the U.S.-brokered cease-fire that was announced over the weekend
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 15:06

How the coronavirus made it nearly impossible to renounce U.S. citizenship

Par By Adam Taylor
A record number of Americans are seeking to give up citizenship this year. But disruptions to consular services have made it nearly impossible.

  • 27 octobre 2020 à 15:00

Venezuelans brave COVID wing to bathe, feed sick loved ones

Par By Scott Smith | AP
Family members of patients sick with the novel coronavirus risk their lives are stepping inside Venezuelan hospitals to feed and bathe their loved ones
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 14:53

Argentina locked down early and hard. Now cases are exploding.

Par By Terrence McCoy, Ana Herrero, Heloísa Traiano and Maite Fernández Simon
Masks are required everywhere, and gatherings remain limited to 10 or fewer people. But more people are flouting the rules.

  • 27 octobre 2020 à 14:35

Macron vs. Erdogan is a fight both leaders want

Par By Ishaan Tharoor
“In each other,” the French and Turkish leaders “have found the ideal enemy.”

  • 27 octobre 2020 à 17:00

U.S. citizen kidnapped in West African nation of Niger, officials say

Par By Danielle Paquette
The citizen was kidnapped in the southern region known for Islamic State linked militants.

  • 27 octobre 2020 à 17:24

Yemeni officials say armed men kill rebel official in Sanaa

Par By Ahmed Al-Haj | AP
Yemeni officials say armed men shot dead a rebel official Tuesday as he was heading to his office in the capital Sanaa
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 11:43

Here’s why Ant Group is about to shatter IPO records

Par By Zen Soo | AP
Over a billion people in China use Alipay, a digital wallet, to do everything from making payments to online and offline stores, splitting restaurant bills with their friends, and managing their investments
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 11:36

With eye on China, India and U.S. sign accord to deepen military ties

Par By Joanna Slater
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper traveled to New Delhi to meet their Indian counterparts.

  • 27 octobre 2020 à 12:05

Thousands of Bangladeshi Muslims rally against France

Par By Julhas Alam | AP
About 10,000 Bangladeshis from an Islamist group have marched through the capital to denounce the display of caricatures of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad in France
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 10:30

Thousands in Bangladesh protest against French cartoons

Par By Julhas Alam | AP
Around 10,000 people in Bangladesh have rallied in the South Asian nation’s capital to protest France’s president
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 10:04

A Kabul student survived an attack on his classroom. Two years later, his brother died in a suicide bombing at the same place.

Par By Sharif Hassan and Pamela Constable
Terrorism has returned to the Afghan capital at a time of growing insurgent violence in rural areas.

  • 27 octobre 2020 à 10:00

World’s largest IPO shows power of mobile payments in China

Par By Eva Dou
Ant Group has become an integral part of daily life in China. It’s now set for a $34 billion listing.

  • 27 octobre 2020 à 09:59

Embattled Malaysian PM gets respite but survival in balance

Par By Eileen Ng | AP
A key ally’s reaffirmed support for Malaysia’s prime minister offers him a respite after his failed bid to declare a coronavirus emergency, but his political survival still hangs in the balance
  • 27 octobre 2020 à 07:31

Italy, resisting another coronavirus lockdown, shows peril of piecemeal restrictions

Par By Chico Harlan and Stefano Pitrelli
The country has instituted new restrictions four times this month. But infections are soaring.

  • 26 octobre 2020 à 17:30

The U.S. and Europe are losing the coronavirus battle

Par By Ishaan Tharoor
Infections and hospitalizations are spiking as an autumnal surge hits both sides of the Atlantic.

  • 26 octobre 2020 à 17:00

China’s Kashgar had a coronavirus outbreak. Within two days, 4.5 million people were tested.

Par By Eva Dou
The government has responded to new outbreaks with massive testing campaigns, slowing the virus’s spread.

  • 26 octobre 2020 à 16:31

Australia concerned about ‘grossly disturbing’ strip searches of female passengers at Qatar airport

Par By Rick Noack
“It is not something I have ever heard of occurring in my life, in any context,” Australia's foreign minister said.

  • 26 octobre 2020 à 15:12

British special forces storm oil tanker in English Channel to arrest stowaways who threatened crew

Par By William Booth
Special forces descended from helicopters to the ship, as the crew sheltered in the “citadel.”

  • 26 octobre 2020 à 13:46

Japan, world’s third largest economy, vows to become carbon neutral by 2050

Par By Simon Denyer and Akiko Kashiwagi
After years of relying on coal, Japan will undergo a major shift in climate policy, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga announced.

  • 26 octobre 2020 à 11:16

Indigenous people in Nova Scotia exercised their right to catch lobster. Now they’re under attack.

Par By Amanda Coletta
Their lines have been cut, their traps pulled and their pounds ransacked. Commercial lobstermen say they’re threatening the fishery.

  • 26 octobre 2020 à 11:00

In Nagorno-Karabakh, a chronicle of ‘endless’ strife

Par By Brian Murphy and Alexis Pazoumian
The conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh is older than many of the soldiers fighting it. Paris-based photographer and filmmaker Alexis Pazoumian began an ongoing documentary project in the mostly ethnic Armenian enclave in 2019.

  • 26 octobre 2020 à 11:00

Airstrikes kill or injure dozens of fighters in camp for Turkish-backed rebels in Syria

Par By Sarah Dadouch and Kareem Fahim
Rebels said Russian warplanes attacked a training site in northwestern Syria, escalating tensions between Turkey and Russia.

  • 26 octobre 2020 à 08:16

U.S. announces new cease-fire between Armenia, Azerbaijan over disputed enclave

Par By Isabelle Khurshudyan and Karen DeYoung
The two countries have been engaged in heavy fighting after an initial truce brokered by Russia two weeks ago quickly fell apart.

  • 25 octobre 2020 à 11:30

Polish demonstrators disrupt Sunday Mass as some of Europe’s tightest abortion laws get tighter

Par By Loveday Morris
Women’s rights activists are protesting after a court ruling amounted to a near-ban.

  • 25 octobre 2020 à 09:57
À partir d’avant-hierThe Washington Post - World

Clashes over separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh continue

Par By Avet Demourian | AP
Fighting over the separatist Nagorno-Karabakh region is continuing unabated after four weeks
  • 25 octobre 2020 à 16:58

Thousands of Iraqis head back to the streets, a year after protests swept their nation

Par By Louisa Loveluck and Mustafa Salim
Iraq is on the verge of economic collapse amid falling oil prices and a coronavirus pandemic.

  • 25 octobre 2020 à 16:30

AP PHOTOS: New virus curfew brings silence to Milan streets

Par By Luca Bruno | AP
After 11 p.m., Milan is a ghost town. The piazzas are empty, the streets dark and quiet.
  • 25 octobre 2020 à 16:25

Blast kills 3 in Pakistan city hosting opposition rally

Par By Asim Tanveer | AP
Pakistani police say an explosive device has killed at least three people in the capital of southwestern Pakistan’s restive Baluchistan province
  • 25 octobre 2020 à 16:13

Tropical Storm Zeta to threaten Gulf Coast as 2020 ties record for most named storms

Par By Matthew Cappucci
Wind, rain and storm surge to accompany landfall along the U.S. Gulf Coast.

  • 25 octobre 2020 à 14:12

Italy imposes harshest coronavirus restrictions since spring lockdown as second wave sweeps Europe

Par By Ruby Mellen
National rules in several countries suggest a growing belief that regional restrictions might not be enough to beat back covid-19.

  • 25 octobre 2020 à 09:35

Pope Francis names Washington Archbishop Wilton Gregory first African American cardinal

Par By Chico Harlan, Michelle Boorstein and Ann Marimow
Gregory is one of 13 cardinals in a new class announced Sunday. The appointment comes as he’s trying to rebuild trust in an archdiocese rocked by sexual abuse cases.

  • 25 octobre 2020 à 08:22

Clashes over separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh continue

Par By Avet Demourian | AP
Fighting over the separatist Nagorno-Karabakh region is continuing unabated after four weeks
  • 25 octobre 2020 à 07:46