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en-us Copyright 2017 The New York Times Company Wed, 18 Oct 2017 12:50:09 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 ‘Come Out and Surrender’: Inside Raqqa, With the Fighters Who Drove Off ISIS https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/17/world/middleeast/raqqa-islamic-state.html?partner=rss&emc=rss https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/17/world/middleeast/raqqa-islamic-state.html A fighter with the Syrian Democratic Forces, an American-backed militia group made up of Syrian Kurds and Arabs, walked down an empty street in Raqqa last week. Ivor Prickett for The New York Times A New York Times photographer accompanied Kurdish fighters as they entered Raqqa, the Syrian city that had been a stronghold of the Islamic State.


‘Come Out and Surrender’: Inside Raqqa, With the Fighters Who Drove Off ISIS

A New York Times photographer accompanied Kurdish fighters as they entered Raqqa, the Syrian city that had been a stronghold of the Islamic State.

(18/10/2017 @ 01:50)

Xi Jinping Opens China’s Party Congress, His Hold Tighter Than Ever

Warning of deep and complicated changes but describing the outlook as “extremely bright,” the president is set to make himself the indispensable man.

(18/10/2017 @ 11:43)

Rohingya Refugees Fleeing Myanmar Await Entrance to Squalid Camps

Thousands of Rohingya fleeing violence have crossed the border to Bangladesh, but their journey is far from over.

(18/10/2017 @ 11:29)

News Analysis: After the Caliphate, What’s Next for ISIS? ISIS 2.0, Experts Say

With the fall of its capital and loss of territory, the Islamic State may be reeling but not vanquished.

(18/10/2017 @ 11:09)

In Italian Schools, Reading, Writing and Recognizing Fake News

A new program, aided by companies like Facebook, will aim to teach students how to recognize and stop the sharing of fake news and conspiracy theories.

(18/10/2017 @ 11:05)

U.S. Stood by as Indonesia Killed a Half-Million People, Papers Show

The killings in 1965-66 played to anti-Communist attitudes, and U.S. diplomats mostly stayed silent while tallying the deaths, documents show.

(18/10/2017 @ 13:13)

Catalan Leaders Accuse Madrid of Killing Chance of Talks

The regional government said hopes of dialogue had been “dynamited” after a judge ordered the arrest of two leaders of the independence movement.

(18/10/2017 @ 01:23)

Iraqi Forces Retake All Oil Fields in Disputed Areas as Kurds Retreat

Kurdish independence aspirations appeared to stall — at least for now — as Iraqi forces seized oil facilities that supply most of the region’s revenue.

(18/10/2017 @ 12:23)

Memo from Lombardy: First Scotland, Then Catalonia. And Now? Milan and Venice

Two regions of northern Italy will vote on whether to request greater autonomy. They’re not demanding secession, but the referendums are being closely watched.

(18/10/2017 @ 01:14)

Xi Jinping’s Marathon Speech: Five Takeaways

President Xi Jinping of China gave a 205-minute speech to open the Communist Party congress. Here is what mattered.

(18/10/2017 @ 13:50)

Food Inequality in Venezuela: Feeding Eight on Scraps

Food shortages and rising inflation have made basic groceries unaffordable for many Venezuelans, over 80 percent of whom now live in poverty. After losing her job two years ago, Francia has been feeding her family from the garbage of a supermarket in Caracas.

(18/10/2017 @ 11:00)

Europe Edition: Raqqa, Catalonia, Andrej Babis: Your Wednesday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

(18/10/2017 @ 06:38)

U.N. Peacekeeping Chief Issues Warning on South Sudan

The under secretary general for peacekeeping exhorted South Sudan’s antagonists to “bring the country back from the impending abyss.”

(18/10/2017 @ 03:07)

Lawsuit Claims Three U.S. Companies Funded Terror in Iraq

The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Washington, cited as evidence contracts between the companies and the Iraqi government, leaked diplomatic cables, and the testimony of informants.

(18/10/2017 @ 02:40)

Iranian News Media on Trump: ‘He Just Whined’

When President Trump announced that the United States would not recertify Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal, Iran’s news media reacted.

(18/10/2017 @ 01:23)

Health Care, Raqqa, N.B.A.: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing

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

(18/10/2017 @ 05:08)

After Drone Hits Plane in Canada, New Fears About Air Safety

Pilots are filing reports of drones flying too high on a weekly, almost daily basis, despite new rules and fines.

(18/10/2017 @ 01:22)

Navy SEALs Were Ready if Pakistan Failed to Free Family Held as Hostages

American officials asked Pakistan to rescue an American woman, her Canadian husband and their children. With new intelligence on their whereabouts, officials had limited time to act.

(18/10/2017 @ 02:19)

Asia and Australia Edition: Raqqa, Kirkuk, Marawi: Your Wednesday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

(18/10/2017 @ 05:05)

France Considers Fines for Catcalls as Women Speak Out on Harassment

A French social media campaign inspired by the scandal around the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has put the spotlight on proposed new laws.

(17/10/2017 @ 22:22)

For Theresa May, the Brexit News Only Gets Worse

Things have gotten so bad that European Union officials are considering offering positive tidbits, if only to help her fend off cabinet hard-liners.

(17/10/2017 @ 18:24)

U.K. Reports Big Rise in Hate Crime, Citing Brexit and Terrorist Attacks

The number of such violations climbed by about 30 percent, although part of the rise was attributed to increased awareness and changes in the law.

(18/10/2017 @ 10:18)

In Czech Election, a New Threat to European Unity

With a populist media tycoon likely to become prime minister, the results may determine if an East-West fissure in the European Union becomes a chasm.

(17/10/2017 @ 17:17)

Ireland Reckons With Damage From Its Deadliest Storm for Decades

The remnants of Hurricane Ophelia left three people dead and a trail of destruction, with electricity and water compromised for thousands.

(17/10/2017 @ 23:12)

Raqqa, ISIS ‘Capital,’ Is Captured, U.S.-Backed Forces Say

Loss of the Syrian city is a heavy blow to the militants, but the destruction there is immense, and questions linger about who will govern and rebuild.

(18/10/2017 @ 01:07)

Philippines Calls City ‘Liberated,’ Months After ISIS Allies Seized It

President Rodrigo Duterte said Marawi was free from “terrorist influence” a day after two militant leaders were killed, but gunfire could still be heard.

(18/10/2017 @ 02:25)

Taliban Breach Afghan Police Posts, Killing Dozens

Militants in suicide vests used explosive-laden vehicles to enter security compounds in two eastern provinces, killing at least 46 police officers.

(18/10/2017 @ 01:55)

Why Investors Can’t Get Enough of Tajikistan’s Debt

Risky bonds issued by poorer countries are all the rage among investors. Some bankers worry the frenzy will end badly.

(17/10/2017 @ 23:20)

Australian TV Host’s Departure Raises Questions on Gender Pay Gap

The abrupt defection of Lisa Wilkinson, a co-host of the popular “Today Show,” to a rival network is reigniting a debate about a gender pay gap in media.

(17/10/2017 @ 11:01)

Europe Edition: Iraq, Catalonia, #MeToo: Your Tuesday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

(18/10/2017 @ 13:35)

Mexico’s Attorney General Resigns Under Pressure

Anti-corruption activists charge that Raúl Cervantes, an ally of President Enrique Peña Nieto, was appointed to protect the political establishment.

(17/10/2017 @ 08:44)

Investigative Journalist in Malta Is Killed in Car Bombing

Using the leaked Panama Papers, the journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia, exposed Malta’s links to offshore tax havens.

(17/10/2017 @ 04:09)

Venezuelan Opposition Denounces Latest Vote as Ruling Party Makes Gains

The results, with pro-government candidates winning a majority of state races, shocked many and raised new questions about the integrity of the nation’s electoral system.

(17/10/2017 @ 03:29)

Israel Moves Ahead on West Bank Settlements, but Guardedly

The Netanyahu government is trying to balance domestic demands with international opposition to new construction in the occupied territories.

(17/10/2017 @ 01:41)

Trump, Weinstein, Kirkuk: Your Monday Evening Briefing

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

(17/10/2017 @ 01:08)

After Anti-Gay Crackdown in Chechnya, a Witness Steps Forward

The witness, Maksim G. Lapunov, who says he was abducted and beaten by the police, has filed a formal complaint with the authorities and publicly identified himself.

(16/10/2017 @ 23:16)

Mexico Braces for the Possible Collapse of Nafta

Officials say they are prepared to exit the talks rather than accept a deal they see as harmful. Already, they are looking to contain the effects and to adapt.

(17/10/2017 @ 10:13)

Somalia Blasts Expose Security Failings and Possible Shabab Infiltration

Even in a country accustomed to pervasive violence, the double truck bombings that killed hundreds in Mogadishu on Saturday were a shock.

(17/10/2017 @ 04:48)

Iraq Ousts Kurdish Forces From Kirkuk

Three weeks after the Kurds voted for independence, Iraqi forces overtook the Kurdish-held city of Kirkuk and its valuable oil fields on Monday.

(16/10/2017 @ 22:01)

Trump Blames Cuba for Attacks That Sickened U.S. Diplomats

The statement broke with the State Department, whose officials have said repeatedly that they did not know the cause of the illness.

(17/10/2017 @ 01:32)

For Sebastian Kurz, Austria’s 31-Year-Old New Leader, a Swift Rise

Mr. Kurz, who began in politics as a teenager, is on track to become the world’s youngest head of government.

(18/10/2017 @ 00:15)

Asia and Australia Edition: Ophelia, Kirkuk, Abu Sayyaf: Your Tuesday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

(17/10/2017 @ 06:48)

As U.S. Confronts Internet’s Disruptions, China Feels Vindicated

It censors online expression, but it has also taken a hard line against fake news, hacking and deception.

(17/10/2017 @ 09:53)

Israel Carries Out Airstrike on Syrian Anti-Aircraft Battery

Israel said it was the first time since Syria’s civil war began that its planes were fired toward while in Lebanese airspace.

(17/10/2017 @ 08:33)

Melbourne Journal: For Older Gays Who Might Re-enter the Closet, a Ball Invites Them Out

As Australia votes on same-sex marriage, a party honors gay, transgender and intersex people who helped pave the way for rights and recognition.

(17/10/2017 @ 01:47)

Austria’s Rightward Lurch Is Europe’s New Normal

In a challenge to the European Union, hard-right parties are surging by confronting the neoliberal consensus on opening borders to trade and immigration.

(16/10/2017 @ 14:59)

Powerful Storm Lashes Ireland, Killing at Least 3 People

The national weather service described the storm, Ophelia, as the most powerful ever recorded in the northeastern Atlantic.

(16/10/2017 @ 22:12)

Iraqi Forces Sweep Into Kirkuk, Checking Kurdish Independence Drive

Government troops seize a crucial city and oil fields from separatists who have been pressing for an independent state in northern Iraq.

(17/10/2017 @ 02:28)

Dernière mise à jour : 18/10/2017 @ 02:01




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