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Theresa May Is Grilled Over U.K. Missile Test Failure

Sun, 22 Jan 2017 16:16:02 GMT

Prime Minister Theresa May spoke about Britain’s nuclear weapons program on the BBC. She would not say whether she knew about the reported failure of an unarmed missile during a test.The prime minister refused to comment about the 2016 missile test or about reports that its failure had been covered up by her predecessor.

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For France’s Left, a Time of Crisis

Sun, 22 Jan 2017 09:47:58 GMT

Manuel Valls, the former Socialist prime minister, at a debate at a union center in Puteaux, France, this month. France’s election is being watched as a barometer of European disaffection.The governing Socialists are deeply unpopular and given little chance in the coming presidential election, as European voters abandon the left.

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Leaders Abroad, Joyful or Wary, Face Uncertainty of Trump Era

Sat, 21 Jan 2017 19:28:41 GMT

Protesters set fire to an American flag with a picture of President Trump’s face outside the United States Embassy in Manila on Friday.Germany’s vice chancellor said the inaugural speech reflected a “drastic radicalization” of U.S. politics. But some world leaders embraced the new reality.

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A Colonial-Era Wound Opens in Namibia

Sun, 22 Jan 2017 00:34:24 GMT

Protesters splashed paint on a statue in Swakopmund, Namibia, that commemorates German soldiers who helped crush a rebellion by the Herero and Nama ethnic groups.More than a century after the genocide of two African ethnic groups, a city that retains strong German ties is divided over the fate of a war memorial.

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Defeated Gambian Leader Ends Standoff and Boards a Flight Into Exile

Sat, 21 Jan 2017 22:53:44 GMT

A ferry bringing back people who fled Gambia because of its political crisis arrived at the port in Banjul on Saturday.Yahya Jammeh, who was defeated in an election last month, announced that he would step down, sending a wave of relief through the nation.

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Train in Southern India Derails, Killing Scores

Sun, 22 Jan 2017 14:27:57 GMT

A train went off the tracks Saturday night in the Vizianagaram district of Andhra Pradesh. Rescue workers struggled into the early morning to extract the injured and the dead, the authorities said.Rescue workers struggled into the morning to pull the injured and dead from the train in the latest disaster for India’s overburdened railway.

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Pakistani Taliban Claim Deadly Market Bombing

Sat, 21 Jan 2017 17:18:21 GMT

The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the blast Saturday in Parachinar, capital of the Kurram tribal region.The blast ended a long lull in militant violence in Parachinar, a Shiite town that has been a center of resistance to the Pakistani Taliban.

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Historian’s Latest Book on Mao Turns Acclaim in China to Censure

Sat, 21 Jan 2017 17:12:32 GMT

The Chinese author Yang Jisheng in 2013. Mr. Yang, a noted chronicler of the Mao era, has published “The World Turned Upside Down,” a history of the Cultural Revolution.Yang Jisheng’s effort to “recover the history” of the Cultural Revolution has become part of the struggle over China’s Communist past, which has widened under President Xi Jinping.

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Trump Inspires Cheers, and Alarm, Around the World

Sat, 21 Jan 2017 16:38:10 GMT

The newly formed European Trump Society in Sofia, Bulgaria, watched live coverage of President Trump’s inauguration on Friday.The president’s inauguration was a cause of worry for many around the world, but some greeted it with wine and celebration.

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What in the World: For a Modest Price, the Streets of Paris Can Be Yours

Fri, 20 Jan 2017 10:00:19 GMT

Some Paris streets still have visible cobblestone paving, but on many the stones have been buried under asphalt and are often torn up during construction. Rather than dump them, the city has started to salvage and sell the stones.Cobblestones have lined Paris’s streets since the 12th century. When the city began selling used ones, an entrepreneur saw a chance to make unique souvenirs.

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Marine Le Pen Extols Far Right During Speech in Germany

Sat, 21 Jan 2017 20:16:58 GMT

In Koblenz, Germany, on Saturday, Marine Le Pen, leader of the National Front in France, said that the far right would awake in Europe this year.The triumph of anti-Europeans in Britain and Donald J. Trump in the United States has galvanized the Continent’s far-right parties, who are wooing disillusioned voters.

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Avalanche Death Toll in Italy Reaches 5 as Search of Hotel Rubble Continues

Sat, 21 Jan 2017 17:20:50 GMT

Rescuers at the avalanche-hit Hotel Rigopiano, near the village of Farindola, Italy.Rescue workers on Saturday pulled three more bodies from the rubble and snow that covered a hotel in the Apennine Mountains when it was hit by an avalanche caused by an earthquake on Wednesday.

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A Third of Afghans Will Need Aid This Year, U.N. Says

Sat, 21 Jan 2017 16:35:04 GMT

The world body launched an appeal Saturday for more than half a billion dollars to help civilians feeling the brunt of an intensifying war.

The Neediest Cases: After Escape From Syria, Another Dangerous Foe: Diabetes

Sat, 21 Jan 2017 16:00:15 GMT

Nisreen al-Najjar’s son Hisham, center, at home in Jordan. Hisham has Type 1 diabetes.A Neediest Cases beneficiary agency tries to help bridge a health care gap for a young refugee in Jordan, far from home.

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15 of the Best Journals by Our Reporters Around the World

Fri, 30 Dec 2016 14:00:52 GMT

A man folding blankets that are rented out to the homeless in Delhi.The conversational and visual on-the-ground reports offered a glimpse of captivating people and places, from a “sleep mafia” in Delhi to a monastery seeking salvation in beer.

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‘I Didn’t Want to Lose My Identity’: 16,000 Readers Reflect on Their Surnames

Sat, 24 Dec 2016 11:00:44 GMT

Katherine Yuk from Toronto was one of more than 16,000 readers who responded when The New York Times asked women around the world why they kept or changed their surnames when they married.The Times asked women around the world why they had kept or changed their surnames when they married. For many, the decision carried significant weight.

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Opinion: I Went to Aleppo to Study. I Left in a Convoy of Refugees.

Fri, 20 Jan 2017 14:23:12 GMT

A man carrying the body of his child, who was killed in an airstrike on eastern Aleppo, in 2016.In the last weeks of the siege, we were desperate for the world to hear and help us.

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Opinion: How Not to Be Afraid

Fri, 20 Jan 2017 08:21:01 GMT

I had an apocalyptic evangelical upbringing, a father who told me too much about the Holocaust, and a grandfather who was a neo-Nazi and Jew — and I was terrified.

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Op-Ed Contributor: South Sudan Cannot Be Allowed to Collapse

Fri, 20 Jan 2017 11:48:51 GMT

Peacekeeping troops patrol at night in the town of Abyei, disputed territory between Sudan and South Sudan, in December.Current leaders on all sides must be given a graceful exit and guarantees they won’t face criminal prosecution.

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