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Trump hammers China over Hong Kong; China responds with: What about Minneapolis?

Par By Anna Fifield
Although China was likely relieved by the lack of specifics in Trump’s latest broadside, analysts say the relationship will only get even worse.

  • 30 mai 2020 à 16:21

15 killed as extremists attack traders in Burkina Faso

Par By Sam Mednick | AP
Burkina Faso says at least 15 people, including children, are dead after Islamic extremists attacked a convoy of traders in the north
  • 30 mai 2020 à 16:59

Trump's exit from WHO met with dismay from global health experts

Par By Karla Adam
Germany said it was “disappointing” while the European Union asked Trump to “reconsider.”

  • 30 mai 2020 à 17:40

Congo militia leader arrested in 2017 murders of UN experts

Par By Jean-Yves Kamale | AP
Congolese authorities say a militia leader sought in connection with the murders of two United Nations experts has been arrested more than three years later
  • 30 mai 2020 à 17:44

Trump postpones the annual Group of Seven meeting of world leaders until September at the earliest, wants to include Russia

Par By Anne Gearan and Seung Min Kim
The decision came after German Chancellor Angela Merkel objected to Trump’s decision to revive an in-person meeting in Washington this month as a sign of recovery from the pandemic.

  • 30 mai 2020 à 15:31

Sports events in England allowed to resume from Monday

Par By Rob Harris | AP
Sports events will be allowed to resume in England from Monday without any spectators
  • 30 mai 2020 à 18:58

Montreal sets May record of 98 degrees as parts of Northeast U.S. also simmer in historic heat

Par By Matthew Cappucci
Mount Mansfield in Vermont on Wednesday recorded its highest temperature ever.

  • 28 mai 2020 à 07:51

With masks and gloves, Ukraine’s priests return to duties

Par By Mstyslav Chernov | AP
The Rev. Yaroslav Rokhman is hard to recognize as a priest when he visits terminally ill patients at a Ukrainian care center
  • 31 mai 2020 à 09:12

IS claims bombing attack on a TV station bus that killed 2

Par By Rahim Faiez | AP
The Islamic State group has taken responsibility for a roadside bomb attack against a bus belonging to a local TV station that killed two employees
  • 31 mai 2020 à 09:15

Egypt officials say 19 militants, 5 troops killed in Sinai

Par By Ashraf Sweilam | AP
The Egyptian military says its forces killed at least 19 militants in raids and airstrikes last week against an Islamic insurgency in the northern part of the Sinai Peninsula
  • 31 mai 2020 à 11:21

Roadside bomb near Somalia’s capital kills 8 civilians

Par By Abdi Guled | AP
A Somali police officer says at least eight civilians have died after a roadside bomb hit a minibus outside the Somali capital on Sunday morning
  • 31 mai 2020 à 12:44

Raising kids in Venezuela was already hard. Then schools shut down.

Par By Mariana Zúñiga
Before the coronavirus, poor families in Caracas relied on schools for child care, and meals.

  • 31 mai 2020 à 15:00

Ethiopia and Sudan urge cooperation to stop border violence

Par By Elias Meseret | AP
Ethiopia says a recent violent incident that flared up along the border with Sudan should be addressed by diplomatic discussions
  • 31 mai 2020 à 15:03

From the Andes to Tibet, the coronavirus seems to be sparing populations at high altitudes

Par By Simeon Tegel
Low-lying cities in Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru have been hit hard, but mountainous regions have avoided the worst. Scientists are calling for more study.

  • 31 mai 2020 à 16:02

Suriname opposition parties near power following election

Par By Harmen Boerboom | AP
Four parties have formed an alliance that would put them close to being able to choose Suriname´s next president
  • 31 mai 2020 à 16:21

Long-haul carrier Emirates says it fires staff amid virus

Par By Jon Gambrell | AP
Dubai’s long-haul carrier Emirates says it fired an undisclosed number of employees as the coronavirus pandemic has halted global aviation
  • 31 mai 2020 à 18:17

Protests over death of George Floyd, police killings spread to London, Berlin, Toronto

Par By William Booth and Loveday Morris
Demonstrators defied coronavirus restrictions to wave “I can't breathe” signs and chant “No justice, no peace” outside U.S. embassies.

  • 31 mai 2020 à 08:50

Scientists tackle starfish plagues on endangered Great Barrier Reef

Par By Allison Hirschlag
In the past 30 years, half of the reef’s coral has been lost, largely because of bleaching events and crown-of-thorns starfish outbreaks.

  • 31 mai 2020 à 15:30

AP PHOTOS: Thailand’s reopening is ‘same-same but different’

Par By Gemunu Amarasinghe | AP
As Thailand’s daily tally of new COVID-19 cases has fallen to single digits most days over the past two weeks, authorities continue to ease restrictions put in place to combat the pandemic.
  • 31 mai 2020 à 16:18

World Bank: Palestinian economy could shrink by 11%

Par By Joseph Krauss | AP
The World Bank says the Palestinian economy could shrink by as much as 11% in the coming year as the coronavirus pandemic inflicts yet another blow to the Palestinian Authority’s already shaky finances
  • 1 juin 2020 à 07:21

Nepal volunteers become local heroes during virus pandemic

Par By Binaj Gurubacharya | AP
When no ambulance would pick up the body of the first victim of the coronavirus in Nepal, a small group of volunteers transported the remains for cremation
  • 1 juin 2020 à 07:37

UN forced to cut aid to Yemen, even as virus increases need

Par By Maggie Michael and Maggie Hyde | AP
Aid organizations are making an urgent plea for donations to shore up their operations in war-torn Yemen
  • 1 juin 2020 à 08:34

Finland in pain as border closure blocks Russian tourists

Par By Jari Tanner | AP
The closure of Finland’s border with Russia amid the COVID-19 pandemic has hit the Nordic nation’s eastern border region hard
  • 1 juin 2020 à 09:35

Canada’s Nunavut: A vast territory with few people — and no coronavirus

Par By Amanda Coletta
With a limited medical system, Canada’s largest and least populated territory has imposed a strict lockdown. It’s the only state-level jurisdiction on the continent to be spared infection.

  • 1 juin 2020 à 12:00

A wave of protests puts a spotlight on U.S. hypocrisy

Par By Ishaan Tharoor
The upheaval sparked by the killing of George Floyd and the vociferousness of Trump's rhetoric shows the hollowness of his posturing over Hong Kong and human rights elsewhere.

  • 1 juin 2020 à 18:00

Indonesian police shoot militant who fatally slashed officer

Par By Edna Tarigan | AP
Indonesian police say they fatally shot a suspected Islamic militant who killed an officer at a police station with a samurai-style sword
  • 1 juin 2020 à 13:19

Hong Kong blocks Tiananmen vigil; rush on for UK passports

Par By Zen Soo | AP
Hong Kong police rejected an application for an annual candlelight vigil marking the anniversary this week of the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, as residents rushed to apply for passports that could allow them to move to the United Kingdom
  • 1 juin 2020 à 13:45

U.S. citizen held as political prisoner files torture lawsuit against Egypt’s ex-prime minister

Par By Spencer Hsu
Held 643 days, Mohamed Soltan has become an American human rights voice for prisoners of Egypt’s military crackdown.

  • 1 juin 2020 à 15:44

New Ebola outbreak declared in Congo city that last saw the virus in 2018

Par By Max Bearak
The river port city of Mbandaka is home to more than 1 million people.

  • 1 juin 2020 à 16:10

Mexico president kicks off ‘new normal’ phase amid pandemic

Par By Dan Christian Rojas and Maria Verza | AP
Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is kicking off Mexico’s return to a “new normal” with his first road trip in two months
  • 1 juin 2020 à 17:06

Congo now faces 2nd Ebola outbreak in northern province

Par By Krista Larson | AP
The head of the World Health Organization says authorities have confirmed a second Ebola outbreak in Congo
  • 1 juin 2020 à 17:31

Locked out: UK records sunniest month on record in May

Par By Pan Pylas | AP
The U.K.’s national weather agency has confirmed what most people cooped up at home during the coronavirus lockdown may have guessed — May was the sunniest month on record
  • 1 juin 2020 à 17:46

Israeli scientists dig up cannabis traces in ancient temple

Par By Ilan Ben Zion | AP
Israeli archaeologists say they’ve made a dope discovery, finding cannabis residue on artifacts from an ancient temple in southern Israel
  • 1 juin 2020 à 17:54

Trudeau says Russia won’t be included in the G7

Par By Rob Gillies | AP
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Russia won’t be included in the Group of 7 nations, disagreeing with U.S. President Donald Trump, who said he plans to invite Russia
  • 1 juin 2020 à 18:41

Officials in Colombia evicting poor families during coronavirus outbreak

Par By Steven Grattan
Bogota officials say they’re protecting the people in the unauthorized Altos de la Estancia settlement. Residents say they have nowhere else to go.

  • 1 juin 2020 à 07:48

Mexico begins to lift coronavirus lockdown, but officials say the country is still ‘in danger’

Par By Mary Beth Sheridan
The 70-day quarantine is replaced by a patchwork of sometimes contradictory measures.

  • 1 juin 2020 à 10:47

Taliban continues to back al-Qaeda in Afghanistan, despite deal with U.S., report says

Par By Karen DeYoung and Dan Lamothe
The report from the U.N. Security Council said the relations between the Taliban, especially its Haqqani network, and al-Qaeda “remain close.”

  • 1 juin 2020 à 13:10

Mexico’s hospitals strain to treat coronavirus as officials say cases are peaking

Par By Mary Beth Sheridan
The country has limited testing, and workers have increasingly ignored a lightly enforced lockdown. Doctors worry the fragile health system could be overwhelmed.

  • 2 juin 2020 à 11:45

North Korea eases coronavirus lockdown because even totalitarian states need trade

Par By Simon Denyer and Min Joo Kim
The country may have been spared the worst of the pandemic, but it hasn’t escaped the economic pain.

  • 2 juin 2020 à 13:26

EU says Russia should not yet rejoin G7, despite Trump plan

Par By Lorne Cook | AP
The European Union says U.S. President Donald Trump as host of an upcoming Group of Seven summit can invite who he wants but that Russia should not be allowed permanently back into the fold
  • 2 juin 2020 à 14:31

Kenyans protest as police accused of killing homeless man

Par By Tom Odula | AP
Residents of a slum in Kenya’s capital have protested the death of a homeless man who they say was killed by police for violating a dusk-to-dawn curfew for the coronavirus
  • 2 juin 2020 à 15:22

Amid domestic US unrest, Pompeo hits China over Tiananmen

Par By Matthew Lee | AP
Amid domestic U.S. unrest, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is taking aim at authorities of China and Hong Kong for barring a vigil to mark this week’s anniversary of China’s deadly 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Tiananmen Square
  • 2 juin 2020 à 16:02

Iran’s Zarif says Iranian scientist deported from U.S.

Par By Erin Cunningham
Sirous Asgari was acquitted last year of stealing U.S. trade secrets.
  • 2 juin 2020 à 16:04

Group: Lack of virus tests pushes Afghanistan toward crisis

Par By Rahim Faiez | AP
A prominent international aid organization has warned that Afghanistan is on the brink of a humanitarian disaster because the government is unable to test at least 80% of possible coronavirus cases
  • 2 juin 2020 à 16:30

Putin signs Russia’s nuclear deterrent policy

Par By Vladimir Isachenkov | AP
President Vladimir Putin has endorsed Russia’s nuclear deterrent policy which allows him to use atomic weapons in response to a conventional strike targeting the nation’s critical government and military infrastructure
  • 2 juin 2020 à 17:04

Why the U.S. protests matter to the world

Par By Ishaan Tharoor
The outpouring of international solidarity with Black Lives Matter protesters reflects a particular hold America has on the global imagination.

  • 2 juin 2020 à 18:00

Trump questions render Trudeau speechless for 21 seconds

Par By Rob Gillies | AP
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians are watching what’s unfolding in the United States with “horror and consternation” and he paused for 21 seconds when asked about U.S. President Donald Trump and the use of tear gas against protesters to clear the way for a photo opportunity
  • 2 juin 2020 à 07:13

A massive Raphael exhibit reopens in Rome. Six people can enter every five minutes.

Par By Chico Harlan and Stefano Pitrelli
Lasting covid-19 restrictions limit access to Italy’s cultural sites.

  • 2 juin 2020 à 07:33