The Washington Post : world
08h02 28  février
With new mass detentions, every prominent Hong Kong activist is now either in jail or exile
By Shibani Mahtani, Timothy McLaughlin and Theodora Yu
More than 40 were charged under the national security law on Sunday, the widest use of the draconian measure to date, and all face life in prison.
10h23 27  février
Libya risks losing control of its destiny as planeloads of fighters and arms flood the country
By Greg Miller, Missy Ryan, Sudarsan Raghavan and Souad Mekhennet
Libyans ousted a dictator, but an ensuing civil war has drawn in Russia, Turkey and others with a thirst for control.
FAQ: What Biden did and didn’t do after U.S. report on Khashoggi’s killing by Saudi agents
By Miriam Berger
Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Friday that the U.S. will not impose any direct punishment on Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
They dream of reaching America. Their forced service in Iran’s Revolutionary Guard locks them out.
By Kareem Fahim and Erin Cunningham
The Trump administration designated the IRGC as terrorists. Its ranks are filled with military conscripts.
After dissident vanishes in Canada, Saudi exiles fear they are in jeopardy
By Sarah Dadouch
Ahmed Abdullah al-Harbi resurfaced in Saudi Arabia after telling other activists he’d revealed their names to Saudi authorities.
Inside Russia’s mass arrests: Claims of beatings, threats and war’ against rights monitors
By Robyn Dixon
More than 11,000 people were arrested during protests for jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Their stories are starting to emerge.
09h36 26  février
Somalia’s politicians strike a last-minute deal, but fears of conflict remain high
By Max Bearak
An agreement to postpone anti-government protests did not yield a new election date.
What to know about Jamal Khashoggi as the U.S. releases intelligence report on his killing
By Miriam Berger
A U.S. intelligence report made public Friday implicates Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the 2018 killing of the Washington Post contributing columnist.
Mexico eases coronavirus restrictions in popular tourist cities ahead of spring break
By Shannon McMahon
Hotels, restaurants, shops and more will operate at 60 percent capacity beginning next week.
Nigeria confronts second mass kidnapping of schoolchildren in nine days after 317 girls vanish
By Danielle Paquette and Ibrahim Garba
No one has asserted responsibility for the latest attack in the country’s north.
Prince Harry defends his public service and the queen urges Brits to get their covid jabs, in dueling royal interviews
By Karla Adam and William Booth
The back-to-back TV appearances came as the Sussexes and the palace continue to hash out their differences.
U.K. Supreme Court rules woman who joined Islamic State as teen cannot return to Britain
By Adam Taylor
The right to a fair hearing does not trump all other considerations, such as the safety of the public, the court said in a statement.
Russian diplomats had to ride a hand-power railcar out of North Korea due to covid restrictions
By Erin Cunningham and Miriam Berger
North Korea, in a bid to shield itself and its poor health infrastructure from the pandemic, has halted all train and air transport to neighboring countries.
Russia says U.S. gave only a few minutes’ warning before strike in Syria
By Robyn Dixon and Sarah Dadouch
The notice came too late to deconflict the situation, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.
Massacre by Eritrean troops in Ethiopia’s Tigray region may constitute crime against humanity, Amnesty says
By Adam Taylor
Eritrean troops went on a rampage and systematically killed hundreds of civilians in cold blood.
Mexico is vaccinating its poorest citizens first against the advice of health experts
By Kevin Sieff and Paulina Villegas
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador campaigned on the slogan First, the poor. Critics say he’s prioritizing his supporters over the hardest hit.
One woman’s bomb-filled garden in Nagorno-Karabakh points to lingering perils from war
By Jack Losh
Unexploded munitions dot the enclave after last year’s fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
The end of Cold War thinking
By Ishaan Tharoor
On the 75th anniversary of a defining Cold War moment, does the U.S. need to devise a strategy of containment for China?
16h35 25  février
Costco to raise its minimum wage to 16, joining others in boosting pay during pandemic
By Erin Cunningham, Paul Schemm and Derek Hawkins
A new vaccine is expected to hit the market soon, while drugmakers are retooling the existing ones to combat the emerging, more virulent variants of the virus.
Sailor who fell overboard clung to sea rubbish’ for 16 hours and survived
By Jennifer Hassan
The man decided to leave the item where he’d found it, just in case it could save another person’s life.
07h36 28  février
Hong Kong detains 47 activists on subversion charges
By Zen Soo | AP
Hong Kong police have detained 47 pro-democracy activists on charges of conspiracy to commit subversion under the sweeping national security law
13h49 27  février
Amnesty report describes Axum massacre in Ethiopia’s Tigray
By Cara Anna | AP
An Amnesty International report says soldiers from Eritrea systematically killed many hundreds of people, the large majority men, in a massacre in late November in the Ethiopian city of Axum
Saudi Arabia says it intercepts missile attack over capital
By Isabel Debre | AP
Saudi Arabia says it has intercepted a missile attack over its capital launched by Yemen’s Houthi rebels, as well as bomb-laden drones targeting the southern province of Jizan
Libya media authority: Journalist detained after PM presser
By Samy Magdy | AP
Authorities in western Libya say they have detained a local journalist after he attended a news conference for the country’s newly appointed prime minister in the capital of Tripoli
Archaeologists find intact ceremonial chariot near Pompeii
By Colleen Barry | AP
The chariot was found on the grounds of what is one of the most significant ancient villas in the area around Vesuvius, with a panoramic view of the Mediterranean Sea. on the outskirts of the ancient Roman city.