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Aujourd’hui — 21 juillet 2019The Washington Post - World

The Latest: Ukraine’s president outlines main priorities

Par Associated Press
Ukraine’s president, buoyed by an exit poll showing his party taking the largest share of votes in parliamentary elections, says fighting corruption and establishing peace in the war-wracked east will be the country’s top tasks

  • 21 juillet 2019 à 21:00

Pompeo, Mexico’s Ebrard meet near end of Latin American tour

Par Amy Guthrie and Peter Orsi | AP
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Mexico City for discussions with counterpart Marcelo Ebrard near the end of a Latin American tour

  • 21 juillet 2019 à 20:50

The Latest: French NGO returns to migrant sea rescues

Par Associated Press
The French non-governmental organization SOS Mediterranee, partnered with Doctors Without Borders, has returned to sea with a new boat to save migrants seven months after the flag was pulled from its original ship, Aquarius
  • 21 juillet 2019 à 20:50

Two airlines cancel flights to Cairo after Britain warns of ‘heightened risk of terrorism’

Par Hannah Knowles
The flights were canceled over unspecified security concerns after the British government warned of a “heightened risk of terrorism against aviation” in Egypt.

  • 21 juillet 2019 à 20:43

Ex-Israeli justice minister Shaked to head New Right party

Par Associated Press
Former Israeli justice minister Ayelet Shaked has assumed the leadership of her right-wing nationalist party in September’s unprecedented repeat elections
  • 21 juillet 2019 à 20:27

Police launch tear gas as Hong Kong protest turns violent

Par Alice Fung and Yanan Wang | AP
Hong Kong’s protest movement has taken a violent turn, as police launched tear gas at protesters after a massive march, and subway riders were attacked by masked assailants who apparently were targeting pro-democracy demonstrators

  • 21 juillet 2019 à 20:06

President’s party leads Ukraine election, exit poll says

Par Yuras Karmanau | AP
An exit poll in Ukraine says that the president party took the largest share of votes in the country’s snap parliamentary election

  • 21 juillet 2019 à 19:41

British navy tried but failed to deter Iran from seizing tanker, leaked audio shows

Par By Liz Sly and William Booth
The seizure of the British-flagged Stena Impero shows the difficulty of defending international shipping from Iranian threats.

  • 21 juillet 2019 à 18:54

How Qatar’s cows show the growing resistance to a Saudi-led boycott

Par Steven Mufson
Wealthy Qatar is learning to adapt after being snubbed by some of its most powerful neighbors for more than two years.

  • 21 juillet 2019 à 15:00

Ukrainian president’s party well ahead in parliamentary elections, exit poll shows

Par By David L. Stern
Volodymyr Zelensky called the snap elections to gain the support he needs for his new party.

  • 21 juillet 2019 à 08:45

Two airlines cancel flights to Cairo after Britain warns of ‘heightened risk of terrorism’

Par By Hannah Knowles
The announcements by British Airways and Lufthansa, two of Europe’s biggest airlines, caught some passengers off guard as they prepared to board their flights, the BBC reported. 

  • 21 juillet 2019 à 08:43

Hong Kong protesters outmaneuver police and demonstrate in front of Chinese liaison office

Par By Shibani Mahtani
Authorities erected massive water-filled barriers around government buildings and glued bricks to the ground in an effort to prevent violence.

  • 21 juillet 2019 à 07:01

Want to understand Boris Johnson, Britain’s probable next prime minister? Read his incendiary journalism.

Par William Booth
His biographers, friends and rivals talk to The Washington Post about how they interpret his personality through his writing.

  • 20 juillet 2019 à 20:05

The London Police Twitter feed was hacked. Then Trump got in on the act.

Par Karla Adam
One tweet called for the release of Digga D, a drill rap artist who was jailed after he was caught with a group carrying machetes and baseball bats.

  • 20 juillet 2019 à 17:28
Hier — 20 juillet 2019The Washington Post - World

Libyan militia declares ‘zero hour’ for capturing Tripoli

Par Associated Press
The self-styled Libyan National Army is declaring ‘zero hour’ in its offensive to capture the capital, Tripoli, from the UN-backed government
  • 20 juillet 2019 à 14:27

Ahead of vote, Ukrainian museum shows ‘election trash’

Par Yuras Karmanau | AP
A Darth Vader costume, playground equipment, pastries and boxes of food all are part of an exhibit at Ukraine’s National History Museum displaying the colorful behavior and questionable practices that characterize the country’s elections

  • 20 juillet 2019 à 14:23

Iran tanker seizure linked to earlier act by UK marines

Par Gregory Katz | AP
Iran’s tanker seizure seems closely linked to British action against Iranian supertanker on July 4

  • 20 juillet 2019 à 14:21

Sheila Dikshit, Delhi’s longest-serving chief minister, dies

Par Associated Press
Veteran Indian politician Sheila Dikshit, New Delhi’s longest-serving chief minister, has died after a prolonged illness

  • 20 juillet 2019 à 14:05

Putin: Russians, Ukrainians are ‘one people’

Par Associated Press
Russian President Vladimir Putin says he believes Russians and Ukrainians constitute one nation and that the countries should find a way to integrate

  • 20 juillet 2019 à 14:01

He once attacked Tripoli. Now a Libyan militia leader defends it from another invader.

Par Sudarsan Raghavan
Salah Badi calls himself the “George Washington of Libya.” He’s also under U.N. and U.S. sanctions.

  • 20 juillet 2019 à 14:00

From Iran, defiance after tanker capture and a message: It could happen again 

Par Liz Sly
The seizure of the British ship suggests a new front in Tehran’s resistance to expanding sanctions by the Trump administration.

  • 20 juillet 2019 à 22:35

Monsoon flooding death toll rises to 152 in South Asia

Par Wasbir Hussain and Anupam Nath | AP
The death toll has risen to 152 in monsoon flooding in South Asia as millions of people and animals continue to face the brunt in three countries

  • 20 juillet 2019 à 13:57

Imran Khan visits Trump’s White House amid hopes for a reset in U.S.-Pakistan ties

Par Shaiq Hussain
The two leaders are expected to discuss counterterrorism, defense, energy and trade. 

  • 20 juillet 2019 à 13:00

Is something wrong with Spain’s political leaders?

Par Bonnie N. Field
Nearly three months after parliamentary elections, the parties still haven’t formed a government.

  • 20 juillet 2019 à 13:00

Netanyahu is now Israel’s longest-serving leader

Par By Loveday Morris and Ruth Eglash
On Saturday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu overtook David Ben-Gurion's longevity record.

  • 21 juillet 2019 à 16:29

Algeria has dominated in the Africa Cup soccer tournament. The French far right has a problem with that.

Par Claire Parker
The French far right has seized on Algeria fans' raucous celebrations across France after Africa Cup wins to push their anti-immigrant message.

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 21:50

Senegal before Africa Cup final: Water sacrifices. Prayers. Vuvuzelas. 

Par Danielle Paquette
Scenes from the West African country before its first championship match in 17 years.

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 20:51

Algeria has dominated in the Africa Cup soccer tournament. The French far right has a problem with that.

Par By Claire Parker
The French far right has seized on Algeria fans' raucous celebrations across France after Africa Cup wins to push their anti-immigrant message.

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 09:50
À partir d’avant-hierThe Washington Post - World

Spain’s Socialists, far-left party move closer to govt deal

Par Associated Press
Spain’s center-left Socialist party and the United We Can party are edging closer to a deal on forming a coalition government
  • 19 juillet 2019 à 18:21

Strong quake hits near Greek capital of Athens, no injuries

Par Derek Gatopoulos and Costas Kantouris | AP
A strong earthquake centered northwest of Athens shook Greece on Friday, causing frightened residents to run into the capital’s streets and damaging several buildings

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 18:08

Lebanon lawmakers vote on budget, protesters up the pressure

Par Fadi Al-Tawil | AP
Lebanese protesters rallying against a proposed austerity budget have broken through a security cordon outside parliament, where lawmakers were voting on the controversial draft bill

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 17:58

Explosion at gas factory in central China kills at least 2

Par Associated Press
An explosion at a gas factory in central China has killed two people and left 12 unaccounted for
  • 19 juillet 2019 à 17:49

Drone drops explosives on base in north Iraq, wounding 2

Par Khalid Mohammed | AP
Iraqi security officials say an unmanned drone has dropped explosives on a base belonging to Iran-backed paramilitary forces in northern Iraq, wounding two people
  • 19 juillet 2019 à 17:43

Polish towns advocate ‘LGBT-free’ zones while the ruling party cheers them on

Par Rick Noack
The attacks on gay rights have replaced rhetoric against migrants.

  • 21 juillet 2019 à 10:50

Terrorism does increase with immigration — but only homegrown, right-wing terrorism

Par Richard J. McAlexander
That includes the attacker who killed German politician Walter Lübcke for his pro-refugee policies, the Christchurch mosque shooter, and more.

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 13:00

This Afghan ambassador in Moscow mixes diplomacy and Dostoevsky

Par Amie Ferris-Rotman
Afghanistan’s top diplomat in Moscow is translating Russian literary classics into Pashto for the first time. 

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 12:30

These twin brothers from Buenos Aires have never lived apart since the day they were born

Par Kenneth Dickerman
Argentinian photographer Ignacio Colo was driving down the road one day when he saw twin brothers Eduardo and Miguel Portnoy walking down the street. He found them and spent three years with them, telling their story.

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 12:00

Iran seizes British tanker in Strait of Hormuz; denies Trump’s claim that drone was brought down 

Par Liz Sly
The latest incident comes as tensions rise again in the Persian Gulf, a month after Trump threatened to attack Iran for destroying an American drone.

  • 20 juillet 2019 à 04:42

The Latest: Clarke makes triple bogey on final hole

Par Associated Press
The Latest from the British Open: Darren Clarke made a triple bogey on the final hole to finish the second round at 3-over overall, which may be too high to make the cut and play this weekend

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 17:52

Hand signals and Post-its: The Hong Kong protester playbook

Par Yanan Wang and Alice Fung | AP
Hand signals and Post-its: The Hong Kong protesters have honed their tactics to maximize effectiveness and maintain momentum

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 11:25

Swedish activist Thunberg joins German climate protest

Par Associated Press
Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg joined thousands of other young protesters in Berlin for a rally calling for action to fight climate change

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 11:19

Gone rogue: At least 17 injured at UK ‘car cruise’ event

Par Associated Press
British police say 17 people have been injured in a crash at a “car cruise” event

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 11:18

Myanmar marks anniversary of killing of founding father

Par Associated Press
Myanmar’s civilian and military leaders have jointly commemorated the anniversary of the assassination of the country’s independence hero, who was gunned down 72 years ago

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 11:16

Global shares rebound, extending Wall Street gains

Par Elaine Kurtenbach | AP
World shares advance hopes for progress in trade talks between China and the U.S., extending overnight gains on Wall Street

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 11:07

Kyoto Animation fire: Tributes flow for victims as Japan reels from deadly blaze

Par Akiko Kashiwagi
Investigators identified the suspect as 41-year-old Shinji Aoba, while anime fans expressed horror at the loss of life.

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 14:03

As Trump wages a race war, intellectual nationalists try to keep pace

Par Ishaan Tharoor
Set against Trump, the efforts of a coterie of nationalist intellectuals seem like an attempt to put a rather rickety cart before a particularly ornery horse.

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 06:59

Angela Merkel says she rejects Trump’s racist remarks, stands ‘in solidarity’ with Ilhan Omar

Par By Jennifer Hassan, Kayla Epstein and Adam Taylor
The German chancellor is the latest foreign official to condemn President Trump's comments and show her support for the Somali-born U.S. congresswoman.

  • 19 juillet 2019 à 14:12

El Salvador judge gives new charges for El Mozote massacre

Par Associated Press
A Salvadoran judge ruled that a group of former members of the El Salvador military, including leaders of armed forces, will face new charges related to the 1981 El Mozote massacre
  • 18 juillet 2019 à 23:27