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Hier — 19 janvier 2021The Washington Post - World

Mexico’s president continues to blast US investigation

Par By Christopher Sherman | AP
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has renewed his attack on the U.S. investigation of a former defense secretary and is warning the U.S. Justice Department to consider carefully its threat to suspend cooperation with Mexico
  • 18 janvier 2021 à 12:23

Pakistan PM angry over reports TV anchor knew about strike

Par By Munir Ahmed and Sheikh Saaliq | AP
Pakistan’s prime minister has reacted angrily to media reports of a text exchange between an Indian TV anchor and a former media industry executive that suggests a 2019 Indian airstrike inside Pakistan was designed to boost Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s chances for re-election
  • 18 janvier 2021 à 09:05

North Korea’s Kim could be planning missile launch to welcome Biden administration

Par By Simon Denyer and Joby Warrick
Satellite evidence suggests North Korea could be preparing for a significant missile launch as it gradually dials up pressure on the United States.

  • 18 janvier 2021 à 08:47
À partir d’avant-hierThe Washington Post - World

Woman ruled dead in 2017 fights to be declared alive

Par By Elaine Ganley | AP
Jeanne Pouchain has a problem

  • 18 janvier 2021 à 18:41

Merkel, governors to meet amid fears over virus variants

Par By Frank Jordans | AP
Chancellor Angela Merkel is holding a virtual meeting Tuesday with the heads of Germany’s 16 states to discuss the country’s pandemic measures amid concerns that new mutations of the coronavirus could trigger a fresh surge in cases
  • 18 janvier 2021 à 18:03

China’s economy is growing faster now than before the coronavirus pandemic

Par By Gerry Shih
The country notched 6.5 percent growth in the final three months of 2020, and 2.3 percent for last year overall, as other major nations grapple with a winter virus wave.

  • 18 janvier 2021 à 17:32

Greek president backs Olympic champion after abuse claim

Par By Derek Gatopoulos | AP
Greece’s first female president has met Olympic sailing champion Sofia Bekatorou to express her support for the athlete who publicly claimed she had been sexually assaulted 22 years ago by a senior sports official
  • 18 janvier 2021 à 17:16

Saudi Arabia says it executed 27 people in 2020, the lowest number in years, rights groups say

Par By Kareem Fahim
In previous years, the kingdom earned notoriety as a world leader in executions, along with China and Iran.

  • 18 janvier 2021 à 15:45

WHO chief warns of ‘catastrophic moral failure’ as rich countries dominate vaccine supplies

Par By Paul Schemm and Jennifer Hassan
Tedros warned that some countries fear they won’t get the vaccines promised under the WHO-led Covax initiative.

  • 18 janvier 2021 à 14:13

Russia ready for quick extension of last arms pact with US

Par By Vladimir Isachenkov | AP
Russia’s top diplomat says Moscow is ready for a quick deal with the incoming administration of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden to extend the last remaining arms control pact, which expires in just over two weeks
  • 18 janvier 2021 à 13:49

Flight to detention: On the plane with Russia’s most wanted

Par By Loveday Morris
Alexei Navalny answered reporters’ questions, tried to watch cartoons and kissed his wife as he flew toward imprisonment.

  • 18 janvier 2021 à 13:23

Long sidelined, Arab Israeli entrepreneurs looking to join tech boom with Emirati backing

Par By Shira Rubin
Israel’s Arab citizens see opportunities in the wider region after the Israel-UAE peace accord.

  • 18 janvier 2021 à 12:00

WHO raises ‘concerns’ about Mideast vaccine inequity

Par By Joseph Krauss | AP
The World Health Organization has raised “concerns” about the unequal distribution of coronavirus vaccines in Israel, which has given shots to more than 20% of its population, and the occupied territories, where Palestinians have yet to receive any
  • 18 janvier 2021 à 07:19

N. Korea’s parliament rubber stamps new development plans

Par By Kim Tong-Hyung | AP
North Korea’s rubber-stamp parliament has passed decisions made by a major ruling party meeting where leader Kim Jong Un vowed to bolster his nuclear deterrent and established plans to salvage a dismal economy
  • 17 janvier 2021 à 13:48

Guatemala forces stall migrant caravan with tear gas, batons

Par By Sandra Sebastian | AP
Guatemalan police and soldiers have used tear gas and wielded batons and shields against a group of Honduran migrants that tried to push through their roadblock
  • 17 janvier 2021 à 13:40

Israel OKs hundreds of settlement homes in last-minute push

Par By Josef Federman | AP
Israeli authorities say they have advanced plans to build nearly 800 homes in West Bank settlements
  • 17 janvier 2021 à 17:31

US military says its troop removal from Somalia is complete

Par By Cara Anna | AP
The U.S. military says its troop withdrawal from Somalia is complete, in one of the last actions of President Donald Trump’s presidency
  • 17 janvier 2021 à 16:31

U.S. pundits keep comparing Washington to a war zone. People who know war disagree.

Par By Miriam Berger
People who have lived or worked in areas actually beset by conflict say the comparison trivializes the reality of war.

  • 17 janvier 2021 à 16:26

Europe sees a narrow window for Biden to revive Iran nuclear deal

Par By Loveday Morris and Erin Cunningham
Iran has been ramping up its breaches, while June elections may complicate diplomacy.

  • 17 janvier 2021 à 13:00

‘Frozen in time’: A year after Iran downed Ukrainian plane, victims’ families still hunt for justice

Par By Natalie Gryvnyak, Isabelle Khurshudyan and Erin Cunningham
All 176 people aboard the flight to Kyiv died when it was hit by a missile fired amid U.S.-Iran tensions.

  • 17 janvier 2021 à 12:00

Brothers jailed for attacking subway stationmaster in Greece

Par By Demetris Nellas | AP
Two brothers, aged 17 and 15, who attacked an Athens subway stationmaster because he told them to wear masks on a subway train, will appear before a magistrate Tuesday for depositions
  • 17 janvier 2021 à 09:51

Netanyahu rival hires anti-Trump Lincoln Project founders

Par By Laurie Kellman | AP
A rival to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the March elections is getting some American campaign help
  • 17 janvier 2021 à 09:43

Brazil’s health agency approves the use of two vaccines

Par By Marcelo Silva De Sousa | AP
Brazil’s health regulator has approved the urgent use of coronavirus vaccines made by Sinovac and AstraZeneca, enabling Latin America’s largest nation to begin an immunization program that’s been subject to delay and political disputes
  • 17 janvier 2021 à 08:24

Cambodian opposition figure blocked from planned return home

Par By Sopheng Cheang | AP
An effort by a self-exiled senior member of the banned opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party to return to her homeland has failed after after an airline refused to carry her
  • 17 janvier 2021 à 11:31

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny detained on his return to Moscow

Par By Isabelle Khurshudyan and Loveday Morris
The Kremlin critic arrived Sunday from Berlin, where he was treated for a near-fatal poisoning in Siberia.

  • 17 janvier 2021 à 11:02

Death toll from violence in Sudan’s West Darfur rises to 48

Par By Samy Magdy | AP
A Sudanese doctors’ union says the death toll from tribal violence between Arabs and non-Arabs in West Darfur province has climbed to at least 48, including women and children
  • 17 janvier 2021 à 11:10

‘Extreme urgent need’: Starvation haunts Ethiopia’s Tigray

Par By Cara Anna | AP
Starvation is threatening the survivors of more than two months of fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region
  • 17 janvier 2021 à 09:30

Official: Gunmen kill two women judges in Afghan capital

Par By Tameem Akhgar | AP
A court official says gunmen have fired on a car in northern Kabul, killing two women judges who worked for Afghanistan’s high court and wounding the driver
  • 17 janvier 2021 à 08:32

Report: Images show latest ‘attack’ on Ethiopia refugee camp

Par By Cara Anna | AP
New satellite images of a refugee camp in Ethiopia’s embattled Tigray region show more than 400 structures have been badly damaged in what a research group believes is the latest intentional attack by fighters
  • 17 janvier 2021 à 07:43

Head of Germany’s biggest state takes helm of Angela Merkel’s party — and shot to succeed her as chancellor

Par By Loveday Morris
The vote puts Armin Laschet in pole position ahead of September elections as Merkel steps away from power.

  • 16 janvier 2021 à 18:25

Britons lament ‘U.K. variant’ label, as highly contagious version of coronavirus spreads around the world

Par By Karla Adam and William Booth
The World Health Organization says it’s working on a more neutral naming system.

  • 17 janvier 2021 à 15:54

In Uganda, Museveni steamrolls to a sixth term. Billions in U.S. aid help him stay in power.

Par By Max Bearak
A U.S. envoy called the election “fundamentally flawed.” But Uganda remains a key player for U.S. policies in Africa.

  • 16 janvier 2021 à 15:42

The U.S. sent Central American asylum seekers to Guatemala to seek refuge. None were granted asylum, report says.

Par By Kevin Sieff and Mary Beth Sheridan
A Senate report details failures in a Trump program that the Biden administration appears ready to drop.

  • 16 janvier 2021 à 15:00

Leaders in Mexico and Poland look to curb power of social media giants after Trump bans

Par By Adam Taylor
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says he plans to raise the issue at the G20, but it is not clear how much international support there is.

  • 16 janvier 2021 à 12:00

Massive blackouts have hit Iran. The government is blaming bitcoin mining.

Par By Miriam Berger
Iran's cheap energy and high inflation have made it a center for cryptocurrency mining.

  • 16 janvier 2021 à 11:56

Sudan imposes curfew in West Darfur amid deadly clashes

Par By Samy Magdy | AP
Sudanese authorities have imposed a round-the-clock curfew across the entire West Darfur province
  • 16 janvier 2021 à 13:46

Stuck in Bosnia, migrants sleeping rough face up to winter

Par By Kemal Softic | AP
Temperatures have dropped way below zero in Bosnia where hundreds of migrants and refugees, including entire families, are sleeping rough while trying to reach Western Europe
  • 16 janvier 2021 à 12:28

India starts world’s largest COVID-19 vaccination drive

Par By Aniruddha Ghosal and Sheikh Saaliq | AP
India has started inoculating health workers in what is likely the world’s largest COVID-19 vaccination campaign, joining the ranks of wealthier nations where the effort is already well underway
  • 16 janvier 2021 à 18:44

A black market for illegal coronavirus vaccines is thriving in the Philippines

Par By Regine Cabato
The country has not approved a vaccine for general use, but Chinese workers at online casinos and presidential security officials have obtained the shots.

  • 16 janvier 2021 à 11:00

UN: Pandemic reduced migrants by 2 million by mid-2020

Par By Edith M. Lederer | AP
A new U.N. report estimates that the COVID-19 pandemic reduced the number of international migrants by 2 million by the middle of 2020 because of border closings and a halt to travel worldwide
  • 16 janvier 2021 à 09:41

Official: 2 insider attackers kill 12 Afghan militiamen

Par By Tameem Akhgar | AP
Afghan police say an insider attack by at least two members of an Afghan militia has killed 12 of their fellow militiamen
  • 16 janvier 2021 à 08:36

China builds hospital in 5 days after surge in virus cases

Par By Joe McDonald | AP
China has finished building a 1,500-room hospital for COVID-19 patients to fight a surge in infections the government said are harder to contain and that it blamed on infected people or goods from abroad
  • 16 janvier 2021 à 07:47

Trump’s presidency not just a blip in US foreign policy

Par By Deb Riechmann and Matthew Lee | AP
President-elect Joe Biden’s plan to scrap President Donald Trump’s vision of “America First” in favor of “diplomacy first” will depend on whether he’s able to regain the trust of allies and convince them that Trumpism is just a blip in the annals of U.S. foreign policy
  • 16 janvier 2021 à 07:11

‘This is not a game’: Global virus death toll hits 2 million

Par By Chris Sherman, Maria Cheng, John Leicester and Joshua Goodman | AP
The global death toll from COVID-19 has topped 2 million
  • 15 janvier 2021 à 18:49

Mexico declines to prosecute ex-Defense Minister Cienfuegos on drug charges

Par By Mary Beth Sheridan
U.S. authorities said Cienfuegos helped a cartel ship thousands of kilos of drugs to America.

  • 15 janvier 2021 à 18:44

US shifts command plan to reflect warming Israeli-Arab ties

Par By Robert Burns | AP
The Pentagon has tweaked its global command structure to shift Israel to the sphere of U.S. Central Command
  • 15 janvier 2021 à 17:55

China strips license of lawyer for Hong Kong activist

Par By Huizhong Wu | AP
A Chinese lawyer who represented a Hong Kong pro-democracy activist has been stripped of his law license amid efforts by Beijing to crush opposition to its tighter control over the territory
  • 15 janvier 2021 à 16:13