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Aujourd’hui — 20 septembre 2019The Washington Post - World

Minibus bombing outside Iraq’s Karbala kills 12, injures 5

Par Qassim Abdul-Zahra | AP
Iraqi security officials say an explosion in a minibus outside the Shiite holy city of Karbala has killed 12 people
  • 20 septembre 2019 à 21:36

Iraqi officials: 12 dead in minibus blast near Shiite holy city of Karbala, one of the biggest attacks since IS defeat

Par Associated Press
Iraqi officials: 12 dead in minibus blast near Shiite holy city of Karbala, one of the biggest attacks since IS defeat
  • 20 septembre 2019 à 21:18

Saudis show media scorched, shrapnel-blasted oil facility

Par Fay Abuelgasim and Jon Gambrell | AP
Saudi Arabia has taken journalists to the site of a missile-and-drone strike on the kingdom’s oil industry that shook global energy markets this week

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 20:52

For Saudi Arabia, an oil field attack was a disaster. For Russia, it’s a weapons sales pitch.

Par Adam Taylor
"The brilliant US air defense systems could not repel an attack," Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Friday.

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 19:33

Racist images are just the latest in a series of Trudeau scandals and gaffes

Par By Siobhán O'Grady
The images cast an uncomfortable shadow over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carefully honed image as a progressive politician with an inclusive, feminist agenda.

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 15:27

Even as rallies are bombed, Afghanistan’s Ghani plows ahead with a populist campaign

Par Pamela Constable
The president is already planning for a post-election role as chief interlocutor with the Taliban.

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 17:24

The Latest: Yemen rebels halting attacks on Saudi Arabia

Par Associated Press
Yemen’s Houthi rebels say they are halting all drone and ballistic missile attacks on Saudi Arabia and are waiting for a “positive response.”

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 20:55

Greek archaeologists uncover riches overlooked by robbers

Par Associated Press
Archaeologists in northern Greece have found more than 200 new graves in a vast ancient cemetery that was plundered in antiquity but still retained rich finds, including a gold mask and bronze helmets
  • 20 septembre 2019 à 17:14

Tour operator Thomas Cook in race to avoid collapse

Par Pan Pylas | AP
Thomas Cook, one of the world’s oldest and largest travel companies, is facing a race against time to stay afloat

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 17:14

US says airstrike against IS in Libya kills 8

Par Associated Press
US military says it has carried out an airstrike against the Islamic State group in Libya, 1st US airstrike in the country in over a year
  • 20 septembre 2019 à 17:07

Algeria protesters defy army chief’s tougher stance

Par Aomar Ouali | AP
Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters took to the streets of the capital on Friday, chanting defiantly in the face of a crackdown on the demonstration by the country’s powerful army chief.
  • 20 septembre 2019 à 16:55

Racist images are just the latest in a series of Trudeau scandals and gaffes

Par Siobhán O'Grady
The images were published just weeks before Canadian elections.

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 15:27

One reason young people inspired a global anti-climate-change movement? They lost trust in politicians.

Par Rick Noack
“I have the feeling that politicians are often just [focusing on] the next vote," one protester said Friday.

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 15:01

Twitter suspends account of former top Saudi aide implicated in Khashoggi killing

Par By Kareem Fahim
Saud al-Qahtani, a former adviser to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was sanctioned by the United States last year for his role in the killing of the Post columnist.

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 14:16

China confirms detention of American FedEx pilot suspected of smuggling ammunition

Par Gerry Shih
The case against Todd A. Hohn threatens to further strain ties between Washington and Beijing amid trade dispute.

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 12:33

Young protesters around globe demand climate change action

Par Jennifer Peltz and Frank Jordans | AP
Young people who want the world to step up the fight against climate change are pressing their point at demonstrations around the globe.

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 21:25

The Latest: Greek refugee camp unable to house new arrivals

Par Associated Press
Authorities on the Greek island of Lesbos say they can’t house more newly arrived migrants at a perpetually overcrowded refugee camp that now is 400% overcapacity

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 20:56

Scientists prepare for year-long expedition to Arctic center

Par Frank Jordans | AP
Scientists from more than a dozen nations are preparing to launch the biggest and most complex research expedition ever attempted in the central Arctic

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 12:20

Indonesia’s president delays vote on new criminal code

Par Associated Press
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has asked lawmakers to delay a vote on a proposed new criminal code because of public opposition
  • 20 septembre 2019 à 12:15

Google plans to invest 3 billion euros in Europe

Par Associated Press
Google is planning to invest 3 billion euros to expand its data centers across Europe in the next two years

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 12:09

Iran’s gamble: Analysts say brazen attack aimed to pressure U.S. with little fear of reprisal

Par Erin Cunningham
Iran may have wanted to jolt global energy markets and win leverage ahead of any negotiations, analysts say.

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 11:00

Paris police gird for weekend protests over Macron, climate

Par Associated Press
Paris is deploying thousands of police to protect landmarks and government buildings as yellow vest groups, unions and environmental activists plan a multitude of weekend protests
  • 20 septembre 2019 à 10:37

Turkey: Bloomberg journalists on trial for report on economy

Par Associated Press
Two reporters for the U.S.-based Bloomberg news agency have appeared in court accused of trying to undermine Turkey’s economic stability over a story they wrote on last year’s currency crisis
  • 20 septembre 2019 à 10:34

Marathon talks as German gov’t haggles over climate policy

Par Frank Jordans | AP
The German government is scrambling to agree a package of measures for tackling global warming, as protesters prepare to stage rallies across the country demanding decisive action against climate change

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 10:14

China intensifies Pacific offensive as Taiwan loses another ally

Par By David Crawshaw and Gerry Shih
Kiribati switches allegiances as Beijing continues to pick off Taipei’s diplomatic partners in an effort to pressure the government of Tsai Ing-wen.

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 12:05

The Latest: Residents of low-lying Lagos join climate rally

Par Associated Press
Residents of Africa’s most populous city, Lagos in Nigeria, have joined a global day of demonstrations over climate change

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 17:05

Zimbabwe doctor is found alive after alleged abduction

Par Associated Press
Activists in Zimbabwe say doctor whose alleged abduction led to days of protests is freed

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 09:52

Iraq’s stability on the line as US, Iran tensions soar

Par Qassim Abdul-Zahra and Zeina Karam | AP
As US, Israel step up efforts to contain Iran, countries in Tehran’s orbit feel the heat

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 09:28

In standoff with Iran, Trump is reaping what he sowed

Par Ishaan Tharoor
Trump is walking a seemingly contradictory line on the Middle East, empowering a foe willing to test his resolve.

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 06:59

Who is Benny Gantz? The former military chief could be Israel’s next prime minister.

Par Ruby Mellen
“Less than a year ago he was completely non-factor in the political system, and now he’s a few steps away from entering the prime minister’s office.”

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 16:48

Investment funds managing $16 trillion urge companies in Brazil to fight Amazon deforestation

Par Marina Lopes
A group of more than 200 funds called on businesses to play an active role in halting the degradation of the rainforest.

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 23:00

In Venezuela’s oil capital, life is a struggle. So is death.

Par Anthony Faiola
From boomtown to ghost town: Maracaibo, once a booming metropolis, is suffering the worst of the socialist nation’s collapse.

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 20:11

To pay for Trump’s wall, a hurricane-wrecked base in Puerto Rico loses funding 

Par Paul Sonne
Pentagon diverts hundreds of millions allocated by Congress for restoration of Camp Santiago to construction of barriers on southern border under emergency authorities.

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 18:19

Can Trump’s new national security adviser keep freeing hostages? Austin Tice’s family hopes so.

Par By Alex Horton and Siobhán O'Grady
Robert C. O’Brien spent the last year as the State Department’s top hostage negotiator. While some Americans have been brought home under his watch, several others are still held abroad, including Austin Tice, a freelance journalist and Marine Corps veteran who was abducted in Syria in 2012.

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 17:27

PM vs. PM: John Major argues against Boris Johnson in U.K. Supreme Court case

Par Karla Adam
The court is considering whether Johnson broke the law in suspending Parliament.

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 20:40
Hier — 19 septembre 2019The Washington Post - World

‘This thing is a wildfire’: Trudeau apologizes again as campaign reels from racist makeup revelations

Par Amanda Coletta
The Canadian prime minister was already facing a tough reelection battle. Video of a third incident emerged Thursday.

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 00:29

Iran envoy: ‘All-out war’ to result if hit for Saudi attack

Par Jon Gambrell | AP
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is warning that any US or Saudi military strike on Iran will result in ‘all-out war’

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 19:30

The Latest: Czech company: Our engine wasn’t used in attack

Par Associated Press
A Czech company whose small jet engine is believed to have been used in a cruise missile that attacked a key Saudi Arabian oil installation says it was a low-quality copy, not their genuine product

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 19:16

Israel defends checkpoint shooting as video raises concern

Par Joseph Krauss | AP
Israeli police say security guards at a checkpoint near Jerusalem were in “immediate danger” when they shot and killed a Palestinian woman carrying a knife, after a widely circulated video of the shooting raised concerns about excessive force

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 19:10

Greece: Oxygen-starved fish dying in drought-hit lake

Par Costas Kantouris | AP
Tens of thousands of dead fish have been found on the banks of a lake in northern Greece after high temperatures and drought conditions caused a severe drop in water levels

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 18:56

After oil field attacks, Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman straddles line between victim and villain

Par Adam Taylor
Almost a year after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Saudi Arabia retains little international sympathy.

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 18:34

For China’s embattled Uighurs, a bank transfer abroad can become a ‘terrorism’ ordeal

Par Anna Fifield
One family’s plight suggests wider efforts by Beijing to break ties between mostly-Muslim Xinjiang and its diaspora.

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 18:25

‘I couldn’t breathe’: Hong Kong protesters allege beatings and torture by city’s police

Par Shibani Mahtani
An Amnesty International report offered evidence of mistreatment of people in police custody and called for an independent investigation into use of force.

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 18:01

Can Trump’s new national security adviser keep freeing hostages? Austin Tice’s family hopes so.

Par Alex Horton
Robert C. O’Brien spent the last year as the State Department's top hostage negotiator. Now he'll have a whole new portfolio.

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 17:27

Tunisian despot whose ouster helped spark Arab Spring dies at 83

Par By Adam Bernstein
His downfall sent a wave of revolutionary fervor coursing through Egypt, Bahrain, Iran, Libya and Jordan.

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 17:20

Golden rule broken? David Cameron says queen agreed to intervene in British politics.

Par By William Booth and Karla Adam
He asked for her help ahead of the Scottish independence vote.

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 17:02

Canada’s Trudeau faces furor over brownface photo from 2001

Par Rob Gillies | AP
New images are emerging of Canadian leader Justin Trudeau in brownface and blackface makeup at costume parties just as he faces a crucial election

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 18:53

US takes back $100 million from Afghan govt over corruption

Par Associated Press
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Washington is taking back $100 million intended for an Afghan energy infrastructure project, citing unacceptably high levels of corruption in the Afghan government

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 16:00

Third incident of Canadian PM Justin Trudeau in racist makeup emerges

Par By Amanda Coletta, Hannah Knowles and Reis Thebault
The photograph, taken while Trudeau was a teacher at the private West Point Grey Academy in Vancouver, shows him smiling while wearing a feathered turban, his face darkened in a practice with racist roots that has gotten other politicians in hot water.

  • 19 septembre 2019 à 15:52