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Challenger Benny Gantz fails to form Israeli government, deepening political crisis

Par By Steve Hendrix and Ruth Eglash
Lawmakers have three weeks to craft a ruling coalition before a third election is called.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 07:13

Iranian environmentalists sentenced to prison for ‘collaborating’ with U.S.

Par By Erin Cunningham
The verdict against 6 of the 8 jailed conservationists came as Iran grappled with a wave of socioeconomic unrest.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 07:29

Brazil’s Bolsonaro says Amazon deforestation is a ‘cultural’ phenomenon that ‘will never end’

Par By Marina Lopes
The pro-development president shrugged off government data showing deforestation has reached an 11-year high on his watch.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 07:30

Freeland named deputy prime minister in Trudeau new cabinet

Par By Rob Gillies | AP
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced his new cabinet and Chrystia Freeland is moving from foreign affairs to become deputy prime minister
  • 20 novembre 2019 à 08:09

UN Security Council members rebuke US on Israel settlements

Par By Edith M. Lederer | AP
All U.N. Security Council members except the U.S. have sharply rebuked the Trump administration for announcing it no longer considers Israeli settlements to be a violation of international law
  • 20 novembre 2019 à 08:16

Syrian opposition activists say government shelling of camp housing displaced people in northwestern Idlib kills 15

Par By Associated Press
Syrian opposition activists say government shelling of camp housing displaced people in northwestern Idlib kills 15
  • 20 novembre 2019 à 08:42

Syrian shelling of camp housing displaced people kills 15

Par By Associated Press
Syrian opposition activists say government shelling of a camp hosting displaced people near the Turkish border in the country’s northwest has killed at least 15 people
  • 20 novembre 2019 à 08:48

Britain’s Prince Andrew quits public duties after Epstein controversy

Par By Karla Adam and William Booth
The senior royal’s ties to the convicted sex offender have dominated news in Britain.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 09:13

Burisma means Biden? Diplomats say the link escaped them

Par By Colleen Long | AP
Diplomatic officials testifying before a House impeachment inquiry said they never connected the Ukrainian gas company Burisma with the son of Democrat Joe Biden
  • 20 novembre 2019 à 09:21

Testimony ensnares Pompeo in Ukraine scandal as he mulls political future

Par By John Hudson
Emails and conversations link secretary of state more closely to the effort to pressure Ukraine to investigate President Trump’s political rivals than previously known.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 09:31

Mining turned Indonesian seas red. The drive for greener cars could herald a new toxic tide.

Par By Ian Morse
On the island of Sulawesi, demand for nickel to supply electric-vehicle batteries brings worries of more environment blows.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 11:00

Why the U.S. lets wealthy hoteliers become ambassadors, when other nations don’t

Par By Adam Taylor
Sondland is the founder of a successful chain of hotels. Now he is mired in a diplomatic scandal.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 12:00

Years after freezing new projects, China is back to building coal power plants

Par By Gerry Shih
In the past two years, China has expanded its coal fleet by 43 gigawatts — roughly the entire coal-fired capacity of Germany.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 12:08

What’s on the menu at the trendy Kyiv restaurant where Sondland is said to have phoned Trump

Par By Adam Taylor
Caviar, a matcha latte or a $250 bottle of Grand Cru? All were on the menu at a key site referenced in the impeachment hearings.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 13:00

Britain’s Conservatives accused of misleading public with fake fact-checking account as election nears

Par By Rick Noack
In a response, Twitter said it would take “decisive corrective action” against similar attempts in the future.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 13:21

Two U.S. service members killed in helicopter crash during Afghanistan combat

Par By Susannah George and Sayed Salahuddin
The deaths bring to 19 the number of service members killed there this year.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 15:50

Israel strikes Iranian military targets in Syria following missile launch

Par By Steve Hendrix and Sarah Dadouch
An independent war monitoring group said 11 were killed, mostly non-Syrians, raising the specter of retaliatory strikes between the regional rivals.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 15:59

Former British consulate worker tells of torture by China over Hong Kong

Par By Simon Denyer
The standoff at Polytechnic University appeared to be nearing a conclusion, as demonstrators elsewhere disrupt transit.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 16:44

The ‘Amazon of Africa’ shutters in Cameroon — just before Black Friday

Par By Danielle Paquette
“They’re afraid to deliver,” one customer said, amid a conflict that has claimed thousands of lives over two years.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 17:20

Oxford Union president resigns after blind student was dragged from debate ‘by his ankles’

Par By Jennifer Hassan
A video of blind student Ebenezer Azamati being dragged from his seat sparked fury in Britain.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 17:27

Skepticism runs deep at NATO as Pompeo meets with allies

Par By Carol Morello
Many Europeans are worried that the United States is no longer willing to exercise its leadership in NATO and that the alliance is growing obsolete.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 18:17

Trump’s real Middle East plan

Par By Ishaan Tharoor
The administration's decision to accept the legality of Israeli settlements is "untethered from any strategy" and all about domestic politics, says a former U.S. diplomat.

  • 20 novembre 2019 à 18:59

Climate activist’s remarks downplaying Holocaust spark anger

Par By Frank Jordans | AP
A British environmental activist has sparked anger after appearing to downplay the Holocaust in an interview
  • 20 novembre 2019 à 10:25

China says Trump is on ‘edge of precipice’ as Hong Kong rights bill hits his desk

Par By Simon Denyer and Tiffany Liang
Protesters in the Asian financial center called for the U.S. president to sign a bill designed to safeguard the territory’s freedoms.

  • 21 novembre 2019 à 07:19

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu indicted on charges of bribery, fraud, breach of trust

Par By Steve Hendrix and Ruth Eglash
After a nearly three-year investigation, Israel’s attorney general brought charges as Netanyahu clings to power in a political stalemate.

  • 21 novembre 2019 à 08:52

With nationwide strike, Colombia joins South America’s season of protest

Par By Anthony Faiola and Rachelle Krygier
Students, unions, indigenous groups and leftists share rising anger against President Iván Duque.

  • 21 novembre 2019 à 09:15

The charges against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, explained

Par By Miriam Berger
Israel's embattled prime minister was formally indicted Thursday, after months of speculation.

  • 21 novembre 2019 à 10:08

Argentine prosecutors seek abuse-related arrest of bishop who worked with Pope Francis

Par By Chico Harlan
Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta is reported to have gone dark inside Vatican City.

  • 21 novembre 2019 à 10:30

Islamic State claims massacre of troops in Mali, where it is gaining ground

Par By Danielle Paquette
Terrorists are plotting and launching attacks in Africa’s troubled Sahel region.

  • 21 novembre 2019 à 13:09

In Ukraine, the U.S. impeachment hearings are met with a big yawn

Par By Michael Birnbaum and David L. Stern
Ukrainians are much more concerned about war in the east, the economy and the anniversary of their revolution.

  • 21 novembre 2019 à 13:35

It’s not just Prince Andrew: Four other royal interviews that completely stunned viewers

Par By Jennifer Hassan
From Prince Charles's “whatever in love means” comment to Princess Diana's “there were three of us in this marriage.” The monarchy is no stranger to explosive interviews.

  • 21 novembre 2019 à 14:15

Video shows car driving into crowd of protesters in Chile after weeks of violence

Par By Michael Brice-Saddler and Rachelle Krygier
Chilean police asserted the driver has no connection to law enforcement, but some online were skeptical.

  • 21 novembre 2019 à 15:29

Iranians protested. Then, the Internet was cut, in a new global pattern of digital crackdown.

Par By Rick Noack
For much of the week, Iran’s Internet connectivity was at 5 percent of usual levels.

  • 21 novembre 2019 à 15:33

Trump: Navy will not strip sailor acquitted of murder of SEAL status

Par By Missy Ryan and Dan Lamothe
The statement is the latest move to block military moves to discipline those in the ranks.

  • 21 novembre 2019 à 15:56

Beyond the U.S., these countries are immersed in their own election dramas

Par By Miriam Berger
The U.S. isn't alone: Catch up on Israel, Britain, Bolivia, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Algeria and Afghanistan.

  • 21 novembre 2019 à 18:54

Ukraine is an afterthought in Washington’s impeachment drama

Par By Adam Taylor
For Ukrainian officials, the best thing to do may be to stand back and try to avoid the cross-fire.

  • 21 novembre 2019 à 18:59

Hong Kong protesters trickle out from besieged campus as city prepares for elections

Par By Simon Denyer, Tiffany Liang and Anna Kam
Sunday’s district council vote looms as a test of support for the pro-democracy movement after months of anti-government unrest.

  • 22 novembre 2019 à 10:28

In Iran, ‘rage is escalating’ as economic stress reaches new level

Par By Erin Cunningham
What's different this time: A wider spectrum of society may have joined the clashes with police, and not just the lower-income Iranians who have protested the government's decisions in the past.

  • 22 novembre 2019 à 11:00

The Latest: Officials: 3 Iraqi protesters killed in Baghdad

Par By Associated Press
Iraqi officials say three protesters have been killed and 25 wounded amid ongoing clashes with security forces near a strategic bridge in Baghdad
  • 22 novembre 2019 à 12:33

Under U.S. pressure, South Korea holds off ending intelligence pact with Japan

Par By Min Joo Kim and Simon Denyer
Seoul made a last-minute decision to maintain the pact for the time being after Washington weighed in.

  • 22 novembre 2019 à 12:41

Merkel says climate change, digitalization top challenges

Par By Associated Press
Taking the stage exactly 14 years after becoming German chancellor, Angela Merkel has told party faithful in Leipzig she had never imagined being in power for so long, but that the work isn’t done
  • 22 novembre 2019 à 12:44

AP PHOTOS: France’s night-time campaign for justice

Par By Associated Press
Under cover of night, activists act to draw attention to the level of domestic violence in France
  • 22 novembre 2019 à 13:01

UN: Bodies of at least 6 migrants found on Libyan coast

Par By Associated Press
The U.N. migration agency says the bodies of at least 6 migrants were found on Libya’s Mediterranean coast
  • 22 novembre 2019 à 13:32

Spain court seeks to try Assad’s uncle for money laundering

Par By Associated Press
A Spanish judge is recommending that former Syrian Vice President Rifaat Assad, the exiled uncle of Syrian President Bashar Assad, and 13 others be put on trial in Spain on charges of criminal organization and money laundering
  • 22 novembre 2019 à 13:35

India is the best place in the world to have a smartphone. That’s about to change.

Par By Joanna Slater
Telecom companies reeling from bruising competition are planning to raise prices.

  • 22 novembre 2019 à 18:14

Trump administration’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ program to shuttle migrants from Tucson to El Paso

Par By Arelis Hernández, Nick Miroff and Maria Sacchetti
Tucson was one of the last major areas on the southern border that has not been diverting asylum seekers to Mexico to await their immigration court hearings.

  • 22 novembre 2019 à 11:20

Netanyahu’s indictment exposes Trump, too

Par By Ishaan Tharoor
Not only is a close Trump ally in legal jeopardy, but Netanyahu's situation also echoes that of the American president.

  • 22 novembre 2019 à 18:59

Bosnian govt fires care home overseers over abuse claims

Par By Associated Press
The government of one of Bosnia’s two autonomous parts has fired members of the oversight team of a public care home after an opposition lawmaker published photos of abuse of children
  • 22 novembre 2019 à 14:24

Algerian protesters mark 40th week of anti-government demos

Par By Aomar Ouali and Thomas Adamson | AP
Many thousands of Algerians have taken to the capital’s streets to mark the 40th consecutive Friday of vociferous protests against the North African nation’s leadership amid their fears that next month’s presidential poll will be rigged
  • 22 novembre 2019 à 14:46