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en-us Copyright 2017 The New York Times Company Wed, 13 Dec 2017 16:44:16 GMT NYT > World https://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.png https://www.nytimes.com/pages/world/index.html?partner=rss&emc=rss ‘Fake News,’ Trump’s Obsession, Is Now a Cudgel for Strongmen https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/12/world/europe/trump-fake-news-dictators.html?partner=rss&emc=rss https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/12/world/europe/trump-fake-news-dictators.html President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, center, answers questions at the Gostiny Dvor studio during the annual “Direct Line with Vladimir Putin broadcast live” by Russian TV channels and radio stations in Moscow in June. Mikhail Klimentiev/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images Leaders who don’t like to be criticized or investigated have embraced the term. Scholars fear that it further erodes trust in democracy.

‘Fake News,’ Trump’s Obsession, Is Now a Cudgel for Strongmen

Leaders who don’t like to be criticized or investigated have embraced the term. Scholars fear that it further erodes trust in democracy.

(13/12/2017 @ 06:45)

Naples Journal: Naples Celebrates as Its Pizza Makers ‘Conquer the World’

Unesco put the century-old art of Neapolitan pizza making on its annual list of “the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.”

(13/12/2017 @ 15:22)

Philippines Extends Martial Law in South for Another Year

President Rodrigo Duterte said continued military rule on the southern island of Mindanao was needed to ensure the “total eradication” of militancy there.

(13/12/2017 @ 08:51)

Belgium’s Lavish Energy Use Sheds Light on More Than Just Its Roads

The country keeps two million streetlights on overnight, generating profits for utilities and politicians at a cost for consumers and the environment.

(13/12/2017 @ 06:17)

Destroyed in Tsunami, a Temple Is Reborn

Join residents of a Japanese village devastated by the 2011 tsunami as they celebrate the rebuilding of the 1,000-year-old Buddhist Kongoji Temple on higher ground.

(13/12/2017 @ 10:00)

South African Court Rejects Jacob Zuma’s Bid to Block Corruption Inquiry

The ruling against the president came days before a major political gathering to choose a new leader of the African National Congress.

(13/12/2017 @ 15:33)

Baby Born With Heart Outside Her Body Is Saved by U.K. Surgeons

Vanellope Hope Wilkins, who had her first operation within an hour of birth, is believed to be first newborn in Britain to survive the corrective procedure.

(13/12/2017 @ 11:31)

Another Human Foot Washes Ashore in Canada. That Makes 13.

A man walking his dog on Vancouver Island found a leg with a foot in a black sneaker on a beach. The authorities are trying to get a DNA sample from it.

(12/12/2017 @ 22:53)

Rwanda Accuses France of Complicity in 1994 Genocide

The findings of an independent study could exacerbate a long diplomatic feud over accountability for one of Africa’s worst atrocities.

(13/12/2017 @ 16:06)

Arrests of Reporters in Myanmar Add to Fears About Press Freedom

News agencies said two Reuters journalists were accused of illegally possessing government documents. The U.S. Embassy called the arrests “highly irregular.”

(13/12/2017 @ 14:13)

China Names and Shames Tech Tycoon With Debt Blacklist

The ambitious head of an embattled tech company is the latest casualty of China’s efforts to rein in irresponsible borrowing through public humiliation.

(13/12/2017 @ 13:55)

Google, Looking to Tiptoe Back into China, Announces A.I. Center

The move also nods to the country’s growing strengths in artificial intelligence, and is the latest A.I. effort set up by a Western tech company in the country.

(13/12/2017 @ 11:46)

Pedophile Barred From Leaving Australia as Sex Tourism Law Takes Effect

A man convicted of child sex offenses was turned away from Sydney Airport on Wednesday as Australia’s “world first” sex tourism law came into effect.

(13/12/2017 @ 07:49)

Toshiba Settles Fight With Western Digital That Imperiled a Major Deal

The ailing Japanese conglomerate, which bet badly on U.S. nuclear power, can now proceed with a deal that will bring it $14 billion in needed cash.

(13/12/2017 @ 06:08)

Number of Jailed Journalists Hits Record High, Advocacy Group Says

The Committee to Protect Journalists identified 262 journalists imprisoned for their journalism as of Dec. 1. More than half were in Turkey, China or Egypt.

(13/12/2017 @ 05:02)

Artist Flees Beijing After Filming Devastation of Mass Evictions

Hua Yong, a painter, has shot and posted online dozens of videos documenting the forced removal of thousands of migrant workers from Beijing.

(13/12/2017 @ 02:51)

Sweden’s Prime Minister Condemns Anti-Semitism in His Country

Prime Minister Stefan Lofven, speaking after recent anti-Semitic episodes in two Swedish cities, said “hatred of Jews has no place in our society.”

(13/12/2017 @ 01:29)

Doug Jones, Kirsten Gillibrand, ‘Star Wars’: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

(13/12/2017 @ 04:57)

Macron Holds a Climate Summit, and Trump Casts a Shadow

Leaders, businesspeople and investors from around the world gathered near Paris at the invitation of the French president, who warned “we are losing the battle” against climate change.

(13/12/2017 @ 00:33)

Barcelona Journal: Catalonia’s New Conflict Echoes in the Halls of an Old Prison

Long before the current battle over secession, Catalonia played a central role in Spanish political strife. The cells of the Modelo prison tell that story of conflict.

(12/12/2017 @ 22:44)

Shivering Children, Pricier Spandex: The Impact of China’s Energy Stumble

China tried this fall to replace much of its coal with natural gas. But with supplies running short, chemical factories have been closed.

(13/12/2017 @ 03:09)

Oscar Pistorius Is Bruised in Prison Brawl

The South African prisons authorities said the altercation at Atteridgeville Correctional Center would be investigated and that “appropriate action” would be taken.

(12/12/2017 @ 14:33)

Austria Gas Explosion Leaves One Dead and 18 Injured

The blast at the Baumgarten facility, the country’s largest entry point for natural gas, raised concerns about tightening energy supplies across Europe.

(12/12/2017 @ 16:05)

India Bans Condom Ads From Prime-Time TV

Conservative social groups pressured the government to crack down on the commercials, saying they were inappropriate for children.

(13/12/2017 @ 04:24)

Talk of Trump Visit Tests U.K.’s ‘Special Relationship’

The American ambassador in London said he hoped a planned trip by President Trump would go ahead despite vocal opposition.

(12/12/2017 @ 22:24)

Sri Lanka, Struggling With Debt, Hands a Major Port to China

With many countries owing China for “One Belt, One Road” projects, some critics said Sri Lanka was setting a dangerous precedent of signing over territory.

(12/12/2017 @ 10:28)

Brazil Fights H.I.V. Spike in Youths With Free Preventive Drug

The country is the first in Latin America to make a blue pill called PrEP an integral part of its health care policy.

(12/12/2017 @ 18:50)

In Spending Spree, European Mall Operator Bets on Westfield

Though malls are struggling, Unibail-Rodamco is set to acquire Westfield, the owner of shopping centers including the mall at One World Trade Center.

(12/12/2017 @ 23:57)

News Analysis: Afghan President Under Fire as Critics Chafe at Overdue Vote

Opponents of the increasingly isolated Ashraf Ghani are holding rallies, issuing ultimatums and calling for a tribal referendum on his performance in office.

(12/12/2017 @ 22:32)

Australian Lawmaker Quits Amid Questions Over China Ties

Sam Dastyari, a Labor Party member, faced accusations that he pushed policies favorable to China after accepting money from Chinese-born political donors.

(12/12/2017 @ 06:19)

At Australian Refugee Camp, a Mix of Hope and Doubts Over U.S. Plans

The men said that more than 60 refugees had been given appointments with American officials, but that President Trump’s travel ban might limit who was resettled.

(12/12/2017 @ 10:25)

Officer Said He Fled Turkey, Carrying Evidence of Corruption

A Turkish police officer, testifying in Manhattan, said he had fled to the United States carrying what he called evidence of corruption from an investigation in Turkey.

(12/12/2017 @ 01:54)

Hezbollah Leader Calls for Arab Countries to Stop Seeking New Ties With Israel

At a rally protesting President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Hassan Nasrallah said, “Today we are witnessing a true intifada.”

(12/12/2017 @ 12:13)

Ukrainian Court Frees Ex-Leader of Georgia From Detention

Mikheil Saakashvili, an opposition leader in Ukraine, was freed after a judge refused prosecutors’ request to place him under house arrest.

(11/12/2017 @ 23:26)

New York City, Alabama, Putin: Your Monday Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

(11/12/2017 @ 23:14)

Au-devant du Brexit, Paris tente un relooking économique

Paris espère séduire les entreprises qui quittent Londres en remplaçant la paperasse par le tapis rouge.

(11/12/2017 @ 21:17)

Theresa May Quiets Brexit Deal Critics — in Her Own Party

The U.K. prime minister had to calm waters roiled by her own cabinet members, who seemed to undercut a hard-won agreement Friday to keep talks alive.

(12/12/2017 @ 04:46)

A Nasty, Nafta-Related Surprise: Mexico’s Soaring Obesity

Few predicted when Mexico joined the free-trade deal that it would transform the country in a way that would saddle millions with diet-related illnesses.

(12/12/2017 @ 08:35)

Video of Starving Polar Bear ‘Rips Your Heart Out of Your Chest’

A team of conservationists documented the plight of an emaciated polar bear in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Now some wonder what can be done to save them.

(11/12/2017 @ 18:59)

Europe’s Thirst for Cheap Labor Fuels a Boom in Disposable Workers

Employment agencies across the region recruit thousands of migrants for Foxconn and other businesses, with conditions and pay that few in-country nationals would accept.

(12/12/2017 @ 00:32)

Campaign to Drive Out Migrants Slams Beijing’s Best and Brightest

Tens of thousands of hopeful college graduates moved to the city seeking better jobs and better lives. Now the authorities are telling them to leave.

(12/12/2017 @ 04:22)

Hunting Taliban and Islamic State Fighters, From 20,000 Feet

B-52s have once again been called into action in Afghanistan. A New York Times correspondent flew on one.

(12/12/2017 @ 05:23)

HSBC Says U.S. Is Preparing to Dismiss Criminal Charges Against It

The bank said the Justice Department was expected to seek dismissal of a case related to money laundering as part of a so-called deferred prosecution agreement.

(11/12/2017 @ 22:36)

E.U. Leaders Reject Netanyahu on Jerusalem Recognition

After President Trump’s decision about the Israeli capital, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tried, and failed, to get a similar endorsement from Brussels.

(11/12/2017 @ 16:07)

Whirlwind Putin Tour Highlights Moscow’s New Reach in Mideast

The Russian president visited Syria, Egypt and Turkey all in a day, a trip underscoring new alliances and his role as a statesman.

(12/12/2017 @ 12:40)

An Unexpected New Stop on the Road to Broadway: Edmonton

Smaller and out-of-the-way theaters are increasingly presenting musicals angling for the big time. For the creators of “Hadestown,” the path veered way north.

(11/12/2017 @ 14:16)

Fearing the Worst, China Plans Refugee Camps on North Korean Border

A Chinese county has a blueprint in place if a crisis in North Korea results in thousands of refugees crossing the border.

(11/12/2017 @ 13:46)

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