New York Times : world
12h29 06  mars
Pope Francis Begins Visit to Iraq
Jason Horowitz and Jane Arraf
Pope Francis was greeted by President Barham Salih of Iraq after arriving in Baghdad on Friday.
11h22 05  mars
She Was a Star of New Palestinian Music. Then She Played Beside the Mosque.
Patrick Kingsley
Sama’ Abdulhadi, a Palestinian D.J. who has drawn an international following, at her parents’ house in the West Bank city of Ramallah.
20h17
Eyeing Re-election, Macron Walks a Tightrope Above Swirling Crises in France
Roger Cohen
Backed by the left in 2017, President Emmanuel Macron now has more support on the right.
22h08
German Court Suspends Right to Surveil Far-Right AfD Party
Melissa Eddy
Joerg Meuthen, the co-leader of the far-right Alternative for Germany, or AfD, speaking at the party congress in November in Kalkar.
04h55 06  mars
They Were Journalists, and Women, and Targeted for Both
Amanda Taub
Relatives and mourners perform funeral prayers over the coffin of one of the three female media workers shot and killed in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, this week.
08h00 05  mars
In Iraq’s Christian Heartland, a Feud Over a Town’s Identity
Jane Arraf
A statue of the Virgin Mary on the grounds of St. George Catholic Church in Bartella, Iraq. The church was burned by the Islamic State when the group took control of the region in 2014.
13h17 06  mars
In Pictures: Pope Francis in Iraq
Marc Santora
Pope Francis attended an inter-religious prayer at the ancient archeological site of Ur, Iraq, traditionally believed to be the birthplace of Abraham.
21h00 05  mars
U.S. Sanctions Key Ukrainian Oligarch, Ihor Kolomoisky
Andrew E. Kramer
The Ukrainian billionaire Ihor Kolomoisky last year in Kyiv.
12h41
A Confident China Promises Robust Growth and a Hard Line on Hong Kong
Keith Bradsher, Chris Buckley and Vivian Wang
China’s premier, Li Keqiang, at the opening session of the National People’s Congress in Beijing on Friday. He said China would improve the people’s well-being and expand consumption.
16h40
China’s Plan to Win in a Post-Pandemic World
Amy Qin
China’s top leader, Xi Jinping, at the opening session of the National People's Congress in Beijing on Friday.
19h27
YouTube Removes Myanmar Military Channels
Paul Mozur
An armored military vehicle in downtown Yangon, Myanmar, last month.
04h27 06  mars
Covid-19 News: Restaurant Dining and Lack of Mask Mandates Are Each Linked to U.S. Virus Spread, C.D.C. Says
The New York Times
A school in Padang, Indonesia, in January. A Christian resident of the city protested a public school’s requirement that his daughter wear a head scarf.
18h15 05  mars
Indonesia Says Schools Can’t Make Girls Wear Head Scarves
Richard C. Paddock and Muktita Suhartono
Syringes being packed for shipment at Hindustan Syringes & Medical Devices in Ballabgarh, India.
12h47
The World Needs Syringes. He Jumped In to Make 5,900 Per Minute.
Karan Deep Singh
A breastplate and a ceremonial helmet during their official restitutions by the police to the Louvre Museum, in Paris.
14h15 06  mars
The Louvre Recovers Armor Pieces Stolen Nearly 40 Years Ago
Jenny Gross
Chloé Zhao, the director of “Nomadland,” at the drive-in premiere of the film last year in Pasadena, Calif., last year.
14h13
Chloé Zhao, ” Nomadland’ Director, Encounters a Backlash in China
Amy Qin and Amy Chang Chien
A picture appeared to show a ship hovering above the surface of the sea off southwestern England.
14h10
A ” Flying Ship,’ and the Superior Mirage Behind It
Elian Peltier
A group of FARC rebels in the jungle, months before the peace deal in 2016.
14h00
Colombia Seeks Justice for War Atrocities Via New Court
Julie Turkewitz
President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil on Thursday said he regretted any loss of life, but demanded to know: “How long are you all going to keep crying?”
13h34
As Covid Deaths Soar in Brazil, Bolsonaro Hails an Untested Nasal Spray
Ernesto Londoño, Letícia Casado and Adam Rasgon
Hikers on Lion Rock in Hong Kong in January.
10h00
In Hong Kong, Foreign Tourists Are Replaced by a Local Variety
Vivian Wang and Lam Yik Fei
ldquo;I wanted to do something with maximum impact,” U Kyaw Moe Tun said of his Feb. 26 speech at the United Nations, where he denounced the generals now ruling Myanmar
10h42
After Coup in Myanmar, a Career Diplomat Takes a Stand
Hannah Beech
ldquo;Patriarchal traditions are still strong, but we are finally moving,” said Saranda Bogujevci, who was elected to Kosovo’s Parliament last month
08h00
In a Land Dominated by Ex-Rebels, Kosovo Women Find Power at the Ballot Box
Andrew Higgins
Protesters and police officers battled in Asunción, the capital of Paraguay, on Friday night.
03h20
Protesters and Police Clash in Paraguay Amid Anger Over Pandemic Response
Reuters
Despite the pandemic, real estate sales are strong in Vancouver.
23h42 05  mars
Why the Canadian Housing Market Is Soaring in the Pandemic
Ian Austen
A demonstrator holding up a Senegalese flag during protests against the arrest of opposition leader and former presidential candidate Ousmane Sonko on Friday in Dakar, Senegal.
23h12
Senegal Erupts in Protests, With a Rape Charge Only the Spark
Ruth Maclean and Mady Camara
Gov. Philip D. Murphy of New Jersey applauded as the state’s first doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine were administered at the Union Plaza Apartments in Union City, N.J., on Friday.
19h38
More in U.S. Embrace Covid Vaccines, Pew Poll Shows
Ruth Graham
A man receiving his Covid-19 vaccine at a clinic at Olympic Stadium in Montreal on March 1, at the start of mass vaccinations in the Province of Quebec.
22h53
Canada approves the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, giving it a fourth option.
Ian Austen
A protest against rape last year in Gauhati, India.
01h16 06  mars
Women Call for India’s Chief Justice to Quit Over Remarks in Rape Cases
Shalini Venugopal Bhagat and Hari Kumar
People in masks outside a restaurant in the Atwater Village neighborhood in Los Angeles in January.
16h24 05  mars
Wisdom, the World’s Oldest Known Wild Bird, Has Another Chick
Anna Schaverien
Employees at Juniper Village, a nursing home in Bensalem, Pa.
06h48 06  mars
The C.D.C. links restaurant dining and a lack of mask mandates to the virus’s spread in the U.S.
Roni Caryn Rabin
Downtown Innsbruck, Austria, The Tyrol region has been under a strict lockdown to combat the spread of a variant of the coronavirus.
13h27 05  mars
Can long-term care employers require staff members to be vaccinated?
Paula Span
A medical team turned over a coronavirus patient on a respirator inside the intensive care unit at Kent Hospital, in Warwick, R.I., in December.
20h15
Austrian district will study how the Pfizer vaccine works against a variant.
Melissa Eddy
Joe Manchin walked with reporters last month at the Capitol.
11h57
In Rhode Island, all the factors that lead to a virus outbreak converged.
Apoorva Mandavilli
Suella Braverman has become Britain’s first senior government official to take parental leave without having to step down from her post.
11h26
Voting Rights or the Filibuster?
David Leonhardt
The arrivals hall at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport in January.
08h50
British Law Highlights Parental Leave for Lawmakers
Anna Schaverien
Protesters leading a rally in Yangon, Myanmar, last month.
20h58
China subjects some travelers to anal swabs, angering foreign governments.
Vivian Wang
Early indications suggest that President Biden is moving slower on the world stage than he is at home.
03h50
As a Doctor, I Was Skeptical About the Covid Vaccine. Then I Reviewed the Science.
Amaali Lokuge
Elaine Chao, then the transportation secretary, was given portraits of her parents as gifts from the Chinese transportation minister during a trip to Beijing in 2018.
03h38
Your Friday Briefing
Natasha Frost
Ivermectin does not speed recovery in people with mild cases of Covid-19, according to a randomized controlled trial published in the journal JAMA today.
16h03
For Biden, Deliberation and Caution, Maybe Overcaution, on the World Stage
David E. Sanger
Members of the World Health Organization’s team investigating the origins of the coronavirus arrived at the Wuhan Institute of Virology last month.
14h59
Elaine Chao’s Mix of Work and Family Drew Early Ethics Scrutiny
Eric Lipton, Michael Forsythe and Katie Benner
Thousands of people relocated to higher ground during tsunami warnings near Waitangi, New Zealand.
02h34
Ivermectin Does Not Alleviate Mild Covid-19 Symptoms, Study Finds
Emily Anthes
A healthcare worker administering a coronavirus vaccine in Rome on Wednesday.
14h39
Some Scientists Question W.H.O. Inquiry Into the Coronavirus Pandemic’s Origins
James Gorman
Rodd’s Restaurant in Bristol, Conn., where patrons were socially distanced and separated by plastic partitions.
01h01
Tsunami Warning Lifted for New Zealand After 8.1-Magnitude Earthquake
Damien Cave, Neil Vigdor and Natasha Frost
Malika Boumendjel, the widow of Ali Boumendjel, with her two children in 2001. President Emmanuel Macron admitted that Mr. Boumendjel, pictured in the photo frame, was tortured and killed by French troops in 1957.
08h21
Desperate Italy Blocks Exports of Vaccines Bound for Australia
Benjamin Mueller and Matina Stevis-Gridneff
Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, with Oprah Winfrey, during an interview that is set to air in the United States on Sunday night.
00h04
Connecticut Eases Coronavirus Restrictions
Michael Gold
The city of Innsbruck in Austria’s Tyrol State, which has struggled to contain the coronavirus variant first found in South Africa.
18h16
In Reconciliation Act, Macron Acknowledges Truth of Algerian Lawyer’s Death
Roger Cohen
Transporting the body of a female doctor who was killed by a magnetic bomb attached to a rickshaw in Jalalabad on March 4.
13h50
32 Rescued From Sinking Fishing Boat: ” Every Moment Counts’
Ian Austen
The Bridge Between Continents, a footbridge linking the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates, near Grindavik, Iceland. The residents of Gridavik have been on alert for potential volcanic activity.
08h49
Before Oprah’s Interview With Harry and Meghan, Royal Accusations Fly
Mark Landler
A demonstration in Berlin during the International Women’s March in 2019, calling for equal rights including closing the pay gap between women and men.
21h50 04  mars
Pfizer Vaccine Will Be Tested Against Variant from South Africa
Melissa Eddy
A number of C.I.A. officers and diplomats working at the American embassy in Havana first came down with the symptoms in 2016 and 2017.
20h08
Afghan War Casualty Report: March 2021
Fahim Abed
Pro-democracy supporters outside a courthouse in Hong Kong on Thursday. China’s election overhaul overlaps with the trial of 47 people who were charged after they organized an election primary in July.