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Aujourd’hui — 2 avril 2020The Washington Post - World

Nearly 3,000 sailors to leave carrier amid virus outbreak

Par By Lolita C. Baldor | AP
U.S. Navy officials say nearly 3,000 sailors aboard a U.S. aircraft carrier where the coronavirus has spread will be taken off the ship by Friday as military leaders struggle to quarantine crew members in the face of an outbreak
  • 2 avril 2020 à 18:12

A coronavirus test for anyone? In Iceland, it’s possible.

Par By Siobhán O'Grady
As other countries limit tests, Iceland has undertaken an ambitious model to test anyone who is willing.

  • 2 avril 2020 à 18:00

Live updates: Coronavirus cases nearing 1 million worldwide as death toll soars; staggering U.S. employment claims expected

Par By Adam Taylor, Teo Armus, Jennifer Hassan, Rick Noack and Brittany Shammas
Italy, France and Spain have been hit especially hard by the coronavirus outbreak. Meanwhile, the White House has issued grim predictions about the U.S. death toll.

  • 2 avril 2020 à 13:14

UN: 95% of Europe’s virus dead over 60 but young not immune

Par By Jamey Keaten | AP
More than 95% of those who have died of coronavirus in Europe have been over 60 but young people should not be complacent
  • 2 avril 2020 à 13:04

Tourists stranded in India because of coronavirus lockdown

Par By Shonal Ganguly | AP
Dozens of tourists from Britain, Canada and Australia are finding themselves stranded in the Indian capital with their vacations abruptly ended by India’s three-week lockdown and stopping of international flights amid new coronavirus
  • 2 avril 2020 à 12:59

Pakistan court overturns convictions in killing of journalist Daniel Pearl

Par By Shaiq Hussain
Omar Saeed Sheikh’s sentence was reduced to life in prison, and three co-conspirators were freed. The decision by the Sindh High Court can still be appealed to Pakistan’s Supreme Court.

  • 2 avril 2020 à 12:21

Top court rules 3 anti-migrant quota countries broke EU law

Par By Lorne Cook | AP
The European Union’s top court says the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland broke EU law when they refused to comply with a refugee quota program launched after more than a million migrants entered Europe in 2015
  • 2 avril 2020 à 10:52

Extremists see global chaos from virus as an opportunity

Par By Cara Anna | AP
The Islamic State group and al-Qaida see the global coronavirus crisis as an opportunity to strike harder than before
  • 2 avril 2020 à 10:11

N.Y. halfway house hit by coronavirus balked at judge’s order to release at-risk inmate, his lawyers say

Par By Shayna Jacobs
The Brooklyn House has the second-highest number of confirmed covid-19 cases of any federal detention facility.

  • 1 avril 2020 à 12:17

How a prayer meeting at a French megachurch may have led to scores of deaths

Par By James McAuley
France’s health minister calls the Mulhouse gathering the “tipping point” in the country’s coronavirus epidemic.

  • 1 avril 2020 à 11:47
Hier — 1 avril 2020The Washington Post - World

Taliban ready to begin cease-fires in virus-hit Afghan areas

Par By Kathy Gannon | AP
The Taliban says the group is ready to declare a cease-fire in areas of Afghanistan under its control if they are hit by a coronavirus outbreak
  • 1 avril 2020 à 18:49

Borders are closing to fight the coronavirus. Now this village is split in two.

Par By Danielle Paquette
How one small village on the Gambia-Senegal border is grappling with the travel ban fallout.

  • 1 avril 2020 à 18:40

Trump called Russia’s coronavirus aid to U.S. ‘nice.’ Putin may use it as a propaganda coup.

Par By Robyn Dixon
The world’s biggest cargo plane, Russia’s Antonov-124, carried boxes of medical supplies to the United States.

  • 1 avril 2020 à 12:01

Virus data: What’s known and not known about China’s numbers

Par By Ken Moritsugu | AP
Every few days brings another grim milestone in the coronavirus outbreak
  • 1 avril 2020 à 18:01

Virus lockdown changes how Hindus celebrate holy period

Par By Biswajeet Banerjee and Gary Fields | AP
Rukmani Sharma, 71, fears getting sick from the coronavirus but as a devout Hindu, she also fears for her soul because she won’t be allowed to go to temple in Lucknow, India April 2 to celebrate the birthday of the Hindu god Ram
  • 1 avril 2020 à 08:24

Correction: Brazilian churches bristle at virus quarantines

Par By Diane Jeantet | AP
In a story March 31 about Brazilian churches bristling at quarantine measures, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Presbyterian choir members in the U.S. were infected by the new coronavirus
  • 1 avril 2020 à 07:24

Fifth Guajajara tribesman killed in Brazil in five months

Par By David Biller | AP
A member of the Brazilian indigenous group known for its forest guardians who fight illegal deforestation in their territory has been slain
  • 1 avril 2020 à 07:21

Coronavirus reopens Europe’s angry divide

Par By Ishaan Tharoor
In a time of crisis, major European countries are at loggerheads over how to send out the rescue boats.

  • 1 avril 2020 à 18:00

As U.S. death toll surpasses 4,600, Fauci says the real turning point in coronavirus mitigation won’t happen until there’s a vaccine

Par By Rick Noack, John Wagner, Lateshia Beachum, Alex Horton, Miriam Berger, Brittany Shammas, Eva Dou, Felicia Sonmez, Meryl Kornfield, Candace Buckner, Michael Brice-Saddler, Sindya N. Bhanoo and Teo Armus
Vice President Pence issued a dire prediction of the spread of the coronavirus, comparing its potential impact in the United States to Italy.

  • 1 avril 2020 à 17:53

Hezbollah shifts attention from Syria fight to battle virus

Par By Bassem Mroue | AP
Lebanon’s Hezbollah group has mobilized the organizational might it once deployed to fight Israel or in Syria’s civil war to battle the spread of the novel coronavirus in the country
  • 1 avril 2020 à 16:44

Measures to control the spread of coronavirus are a nightmare for victims of domestic violence. Advocates are demanding governments step up.

Par By Miriam Berger
“We are asking these people to isolate themselves with their perpetrator, which cuts them off from any support system they have,” said one advocate.

  • 1 avril 2020 à 16:27

LGBT community raided in Uganda over social distancing

Par By Rodney Muhumuza | AP
A gay rights leader in Uganda says 20 members of the local LGBT community have been detained after police raided their shelter and accused them of violating coronavirus-related social distancing measures
  • 1 avril 2020 à 16:22

Syrian ex-VP, foreign minister dies of heart attack in Paris

Par By Bassem Mroue | AP
Arab media reports say Abdul-Halim Khaddam, Syria’s former vice president and foreign minister who was one of the most influential figures in the country before he defected in 2005 to France, has died of a heart attack in Paris
  • 1 avril 2020 à 14:41

Virus gives asylum-seekers chance to thank Dutch villagers

Par By Mike Corder | AP
Raffat Altekrete is battling the coronavirus one shopping cart at a time
  • 1 avril 2020 à 13:53

Public health experts: Coronavirus could overwhelm the developing world

Par By Anthony Faiola, Sudarsan Raghavan, Max Bearak and Terrence McCoy
Covid-19 is poised to engulf nations plagued by fraying health-care systems, fragile governments and impoverished populations for whom social distancing is impossible.

  • 1 avril 2020 à 13:00

U.S. military puts Korean workers on unpaid leave as talks over costs continue

Par By Simon Denyer and Min Joo Kim
The commander of U.S. Forces Korea called the decision to furlough 4,000 South Koreans “heartbreaking.”

  • 1 avril 2020 à 12:28

I returned to the U.K. from Thailand in January with a fever of 103. I wasn’t tested for coronavirus.

Par By Jennifer Hassan
If I did have covid-19, the doctors treating me were likely exposed, and friends who came to see me in the weeks following could have contracted and spread it, too.

  • 1 avril 2020 à 12:00

US again accused of killing civilians in Somalia airstrikes

Par By Cara Anna | AP
The U.S. military is facing more allegations of killing civilians with airstrikes in Somalia, and now says it will address the issue more fully in upcoming public reports
  • 1 avril 2020 à 08:12

As virus spikes among ultra-Orthodox, Israel deploys security forces to make them stay home

Par By Steve Hendrix and Ruth Eglash
The insular religious communities have resisted restrictions and emerged as covid-19 hotspots.

  • 31 mars 2020 à 17:55

The world’s indigenous peoples, with tragic history of disease, implore outsiders to keep coronavirus away

Par By Amanda Coletta and Heloísa Traiano
The pandemic is exacerbating deep-seated inequities. That makes indigenous peoples particularly vulnerable.

  • 31 mars 2020 à 16:24

Vast coronavirus ‘field hospitals’ fill spaces that hosted wedding expos and dog shows

Par By William Booth, Christine Spolar and Pamela Rolfe
London’s could be staffed by flight attendants.

  • 31 mars 2020 à 16:23

Facing coronavirus travel bans, the Mormon church has chartered jets to bring thousands of missionaries home

Par By Siobhán O'Grady
The coronavirus pandemic has wrought logistical nightmares and disrupted one of the faith’s most cherished traditions.

  • 31 mars 2020 à 16:00

6 European nations condemn North Korean missile launches

Par By Edith M. Lederer | AP
The U.N. Security Council didn’t issue a statement after discussing North Korea’s latest missile tests
  • 31 mars 2020 à 12:58

Toronto cancels city-led and permitted events to June 30

Par By Rob Gillies | AP
Canada’s largest city, Toronto, is canceling city-led and permitted events through June 30
  • 31 mars 2020 à 11:24

Coronavirus border closures are threatening Europe’s food supply

Par By Michael Birnbaum and Quentin Ariès
Farmers fear coronavirus issues mean there will be no one to work in their fields.

  • 31 mars 2020 à 11:16

UN chief says COVID-19 is worst crisis since World War II

Par By Edith M. Lederer | AP
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is warning that the world faces the most challenging crisis since World War II
  • 31 mars 2020 à 10:51

As Wuhan reopens, China revs engine to move past coronavirus. But it’s stuck in second gear.

Par By Anna Fifield
Businesses that recently resumed operations have been told to close again as the country weighs an economic reboot against the risk of new infections.

  • 31 mars 2020 à 10:43

U.S. proposes transitional government for Venezuela, without Maduro or Guaidó

Par By Anthony Faiola and Carol Morello
Pompeo offers sanctions relief for transitional government, departure of Cuban security personnel, and free and fair elections.

  • 31 mars 2020 à 10:26

Facebook joins resistance to Bolsonaro virus claims

Par By Mauricio Savarese and David Biller | AP
Major social media companies are taking aim at Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s dismissal of social distancing, joining others in the country who are lining up against his controversial stance regarding the new coronavirus
  • 31 mars 2020 à 08:24

Ethiopia postpones major election because of coronavirus

Par By Elias Meseret | AP
Ethiopia’s election set for August has been postponed as the national election board says the coronavirus makes it impossible to prepare
  • 31 mars 2020 à 07:50

Kenyan police shot dead a teenager on his balcony during a coronavirus curfew crackdown

Par By Max Bearak and Rael Ombuor
Covid-19 has killed one in Kenya. Police have killed two and injured dozens enforcing a curfew.

  • 31 mars 2020 à 07:01
À partir d’avant-hierThe Washington Post - World

UN adopts 4 resolutions, voting by email because of COVID-19

Par By Edith M. Lederer | AP
The U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted four resolutions on Monday,  with its 15 members voting by email for the first time because of the coronavirus pandemic
  • 31 mars 2020 à 18:54

Coronavirus kills its first democracy

Par By Ishaan Tharoor
The new pandemic powers won by Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán may be a fatal blow for the country's immunocompromised democratic system.

  • 31 mars 2020 à 18:00

White House task force projects 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in U.S., even with mitigation efforts

Par By Rick Noack, Meryl Kornfield, Derek Hawkins, Teo Armus, Adam Taylor and Marisa Iati
Americans told to brace for 200,000 coronavirus deaths as world leaders push pandemic response further.

  • 1 avril 2020 à 18:02

In packed, dirty cells, political prisoners fear virus

Par By Maggie Michael, Sarah El Deeb and Lee Keath | AP
In some cells in Iran, Syria and other countries in the Middle East, prisoners are crammed in by the dozens, with little access to hygiene or medical care
  • 31 mars 2020 à 08:11

Crammed in filthy cells, political prisoners fear infection

Par By Maggie Michael, Sarah El Deeb and Lee Keath | AP
In some cells in Iran, Syria and other countries in the Middle East, prisoners are crammed in by the dozens, with little access to hygiene or medical care
  • 31 mars 2020 à 08:07

Brazilian pews become trenches in fight against quarantine

Par By Diane Jeantet | AP
Brazil’s churches and evangelical temples have landed on the front lines of a battle between state governors, who have introduced quarantine measures designed to contain the spread of the new coronavirus, and President Jair Bolsonaro, who is actively undermining them, saying confinement will ultimately destroy the country’s economy
  • 31 mars 2020 à 07:06

South Korea shoe cobbler donates for needy amid coronavirus

Par By Hyung-Jin Kim | AP
A South Korean shoe repairman is in news after he revealed plans to donate his property to help support people facing economic difficulties amid the coronavirus outbreak
  • 31 mars 2020 à 07:04

Stranded ship with sick passengers crosses Panama Canal, aims for Florida

Par By Hannah Sampson
Holland America Line's Zaandam and Rotterdam are making progress toward land -- but it's still unclear where and when passengers will be allowed to leave the ships.

  • 30 mars 2020 à 18:31

World’s 70 million displaced people face a coronavirus disaster, report says

Par By Karen DeYoung
Refugees International questioned the effectiveness of border closures in preventing the spread of the disease.

  • 30 mars 2020 à 17:47