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China’s Crackdown on North Korea Over U.N. Sanctions Starts to Pinch

22:48 16.08.2017

 

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BEIJING — Trucks packed with seafood were backed up, bumper to bumper, at the Chinese border with North Korea. Protesters carried red banners demanding compensation. And Chinese businessmen who have b...

Squeezed by an India-China Standoff, Bhutan Holds Its Breath

06:45 16.08.2017

 

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HAA, Bhutan — India’s main garrison in the Kingdom of Bhutan sits only 13 miles from a disputed border with China. There is a training academy, a military hospital, a golf course — all testament to In...

London Inferno Inquiry Will Scrutinize How Officials Dealt With Complaints of Fire Risk

04:18 16.08.2017

 

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LONDON — A British government inquiry into the deadly inferno at a London high-rise for working-class tenants will examine the conduct of the local authorities, but not the broader issues involving lo...

Grace Mugabe Is Accused of Assault at Johannesburg Hotel

04:18 16.08.2017

 

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JOHANNESBURG — Grace Mugabe, the wife of the president of Zimbabwe, appeared voluntarily at a police station in South Africa on Tuesday after she was accused of assaulting a young woman at an upscale...

Guam on Alert for North Korean Missile Test, but Residents Take It in Stride

04:18 16.08.2017

 

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INARAJAN, Guam — Against the back wall of the command center at Guam Homeland Security, a nondescript telephone is perched on a shelf. It’s the phone no one in the room wants to hear ringing: It alert...

Hong Kong Police Say Activist Faked Account of Kidnapping and Torture

04:18 16.08.2017

 

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HONG KONG — The police in Hong Kong said on Tuesday that a pro-democracy activist falsified his account last week of being abducted by men he said were mainland Chinese security officers who put stapl...

Trump Reminded Threats Work Differently in Diplomacy Than in Real Estate

04:15 16.08.2017

 

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During his rise to power, President Trump proved he has a finely honed sense of what threats, intimidation and bluster can accomplish. In recent days, he has received reminders — including from South...

Iran’s President Threatens to Restart Nuclear Program

04:14 16.08.2017

 

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TEHRAN — Iran’s nuclear program could be restarted in a matter of “hours,” if the American government imposes further sanctions on Tehran, the country’s president, Hassan Rouhani, said on Tuesday. Mr...

Australian Government Accuses New Zealand of Trying to Undermine It

04:14 16.08.2017

 

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Among countries of the world, Australia and New Zealand are like siblings, with a shared colonial history and close trade, military and cultural ties. They even have a joint holiday to commemorate the...

Chaos in Central African Republic Imperils Aid Groups’ Work

04:14 16.08.2017

 

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The United Nations warned on Tuesday of a rapidly worsening armed conflict in the Central African Republic, where tens of thousands of people have fled their homes and aid groups say formerly peaceful...

Donald Trump, Charlottesville, North Korea: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing

04:14 16.08.2017

 

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(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good evening. Here’s the latest. Photo Credit Al Drago for The New York Times 1. President Trump defended his weekend remarks over th...

North Korea, Iran, Sierra Leone: Your Wednesday Briefing

04:14 16.08.2017

 

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Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: Photo Credit Ahn Young-Joon/Associated Press • President Moon Jae-in of South Korea issued a blunt rebuke to the United States, the latest sign th...

‘This Is Too Much for Us’: Sierra Leone Deluged by Mud and Grief

04:14 16.08.2017

 

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DAKAR, Senegal — The bodies floated down the streets and piled up at the morgue, where the coroners struggled to find room for all of the dead. An already devastating flood the day before produced ev...

Dr. Ruth Pfau, Savior of Lepers in Pakistan, Dies at 87

04:14 16.08.2017

 

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Dr. Ruth Pfau, a German-born medical missionary who was hailed as the “Mother Teresa of Pakistan” for her pivotal role in containing leprosy there, died on Thursday in a hospital in Karachi. She was 8...

Tillerson Condemns the Islamic State for Religious Persecution

04:14 16.08.2017

 

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WASHINGTON — The Trump administration criticized the Islamic State on Tuesday for its persecution of religious minorities but made no mention of a recent rise in attacks against Muslims in the United...

Galicia’s Wild Horse Roundup Runs Headlong Into Modernity

04:07 16.08.2017

 

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OIA, Spain — Since medieval times, the people of Galicia have ritually rounded up the horses that roam wild in the green forests and hills of northwestern Spain. At least once a year, during the Rapa...

Why Was an Italian Graduate Student Tortured and Murdered in Egypt?

04:07 16.08.2017

 

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The target of the Egyptian police, that day in November 2015, was the street vendors selling socks, $2 sunglasses and fake jewelry, who clustered under the arcades of the elegant century-old buildings...

Britain Offers Plan to Avoid Immediate ‘Brexit’ Trade Chaos

01:17 16.08.2017

 

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To Guy Verhofstadt, the European Parliament’s coordinator on Britain’s exit from the European Union, it is “fantasy”; to Britain’s opposition Labour Party, “contradictory”; and to Nicola Sturgeon, the...

Grace Mugabe Back in Zimbabwe After Being Accused of Assault in South Africa

22:50 15.08.2017

 

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JOHANNESBURG/HARARE — Zimbabwe's first lady, Grace Mugabe, returned home on Tuesday from South Africa after failing to turn herself in to police in Johannesburg to face charges of assaulting a model i...

When Russia Owned Part of America

18:58 15.08.2017

 

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Mikhail Malakhov has been to the North Pole 31 times, he says, following in the footsteps of generations of Russian explorers. He even did a trip on skis. So his latest adventure is a cinch. For nea...

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