New York Times : world
17h26 17  janvier
Navalny Returns to Moscow, Despite Threat of Arrest
Anton Troianovski and Ivan Nechepurenko
Aleksei A. Navalny boarding the plane to Moscow on Sunday. He had been in Germany since August.
16h56 17  janvier
There Is No Safe Area’: In Kabul, Fear Has Taken Over
Adam Nossiter
A police checkpoint in Kabul, Afghanistan, this month.
08h00 17  janvier
Thai Caves Attract Millions of Bats and Now Scientists Too
Hannah Beech and Adam Dean
A team of researchers catching bats as they fly out of the Khao Chong Phran cave at dusk.
11h25 17  janvier
Migrant Caravan, Now in Guatemala, Could Pose Early Test for Biden
Austin Ramzy
Honduran migrants on a highway in Chiquimula, Guatemala, on Saturday. The Mexican authorities have posted additional troops along the country’s southern border in anticipation of the caravan.
04h56 17  janvier
Philippines Helicopter Crash Leaves 7 Soldiers Dead
Jason Gutierrez
Philippine soldiers during a training exercise in 2019. Since November, at least two military helicopters have crashed in the Philippines.
22h47 16  janvier
A Step Toward a Post-Merkel World: Her Party Picks a New Leader Again
Katrin Bennhold
Armin Laschet, the leader of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, was elected as head of the Christian Democratic Union on Saturday.
19h11 16  janvier
Uganda’s Leader of 35 Years Is Re-elected Amid Accusations of Vote-Rigging
Abdi Latif Dahir
Two soldiers standing near the gate to Bobi Wine’s home in Magere, Uganda, on Friday.
10h00 16  janvier
In Hong Kong, a New Party Calls for Stability (and Raises Suspicions)
Keith Bradsher and Vivian Wang
Hong Kong’s Legislative Council in November. Businessmen in Hong Kong with ties to mainland China have created a new political party that some consider a Trojan horse for spreading mainland Chinese influence.
12h43 16  janvier
How British Scientists Found the More Infectious Coronavirus Variant
Benjamin Mueller
Prof. Ravi Gupta and Dr. Steven Kemp, at a University of Cambridge research institute, played a key role in identifying a more infectious coronavirus variant.
23h14 15  janvier
Mexico Frees a General, and Wounds Its Alliance With the U.S.
Bhadra Sharma
Gen. Salvador Cienfuegos was arrested in California in November and accused by American prosecutors of working for a Mexican drug cartel.
12h51 17  janvier
Nepali Team Says It Has Reached K2 Summit in a Wintertime First
Michael Forsythe
The K2 summit in August 2019. Even in more forgiving weather, climbers consider it daunting.
08h24 16  janvier
Hong Kong Protesters to Seek Asylum in U.S.
Emily Schmall and Karan Deep Singh
The national security law imposed on Hong Kong last year by the Chinese government has snuffed out many forms of dissent.
20h47 15  janvier
India’s Covid-19 Vaccine Drive Begins
Caelainn Hogan
Technicians work in a Serum Institute of India factory in Pune, India, where a vaccine is being produced.
17h59 15  janvier
In Ireland, Lifting a Veil of Prejudice Against Mixed-Race Children
Chris Cameron
Jess Kavanagh says she always knew that her mother, Liz, was adopted. It was obvious, she said. My grandparents were white and my mam was Black.
17h23 17  janvier
Top Biden Official Warns U.S. Covid Deaths Will Pass 500,000 in Weeks
Isabella Kwai
Ron Klain, the incoming White House chief of staff, coordinated the Obama administration’s Ebola response.
17h41 17  janvier
Cargo Ship Sinks Near Turkey, Leaving at Least 3 Dead, Officials Say
Bryan Pietsch
Gov. Jared Polis of Colorado opening the state’s first shipment of the Covid-19 vaccine on Dec. 14.
16h24 17  janvier
States Scramble After Trump Administration Vaccine Doses Promises Falls Short
Nina Siegal
A woman wearing a face mask is reflected in a shop window in Lisbon on Friday, as Portugal entered a new lockdown over a surge in coronavirus cases.
10h00 17  janvier
How a Historian Got Close, Maybe Too Close, to a Nazi Thief
Elian Peltier and Andrea Kannapell
The entrance to the former Nazi concentration camp Buchenwald, near Weimar in Germany.
03h10 17  janvier
Countries are bracing for the impact of more contagious virus variants.
Elian Peltier
James Reichert, 14, with his parents John and Cathleen, spent increasing hours on his Xbox and on social media during the long months of lockdown and closed school.
19h15 16  janvier
Germany’s Buchenwald Memorial Urges Visitors to Respect Graves
Matt Richtel
Although cars don’t carry enough people to host a traditional superspreader event, they are small, sealed spaces that can still carry the risk of Covid-19 transmission.
00h27 17  janvier
Children’s Screen Time Has Soared in the Pandemic, Alarming Parents and Researchers
Emily Anthes
A health care worker getting inoculated at a governmental hospital in Pune, India, on Saturday.
10h00 16  janvier
How to (Literally) Drive the Coronavirus Away
Emily Schmall and Karan Deep Singh
President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority in September. Mr. Abbas announced plans for presidential and parliamentary elections.
16h49 16  janvier
India Covid Vaccine Campaign Begins
Isabel Kershner and Adam Rasgon
President-elect Joe Biden isn’t worried about deficit spending, for now.
01h18 16  janvier
Abbas Announces Palestinian Elections After Years of Paralysis
Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Katie Thomas
A test launch of a hypersonic missile at the Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii, in March.
10h30 16  janvier
Biden Plans Covid Vaccine Push
William J. Broad
The Turcot Interchange in Montreal was empty on Saturday as the Quebec government imposed a curfew to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
21h42 15  janvier
Hypersonic Superweapons Are a Mirage, New Analysis Says
Dan Bilefsky
The opening of the United Nations’ Human Rights Council’s main annual session in Geneva, Switzerland, last year.
20h44 15  janvier
Does a Woman Walking’ Her Boyfriend on a Leash Signal Covid Ennui?
Nick Cumming-Bruce
Vials of Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine in Santa Rosa, Calif., on Wednesday.
19h58 15  janvier
Fiji Will Lead U.N. Rights Body, Over Russian and Chinese Opposition
Katie Thomas and Abby Goodnough
A funeral in Indonesia on Monday for someone who died from the coronavirus.
21h14 15  janvier
Trump Officials Try To Clarify Vaccine Comments
Marc Santora and Lauren Wolfe
Two soldiers standing near the gate to Bobi Wine’s home in Magere, Uganda, on Friday.
23h56 15  janvier
Covid Death Toll Over 2 Million Worldwide
Abdi Latif Dahir
A portrait of Nargis Mohammad Hasan hanging in her home in 2012. Ms. Hasan, an Iranian woman who served as an Afghan police officer, has been in prison until this past fall.
19h59 15  janvier
Uganda Forces Surround Home of Opposition Leader Bobi Wine
Thomas Gibbons-Neff, Julian E. Barnes and Adam Goldman
Investigators removed items from the Oslo home of Laila Anita Bertheussen and her partner, Tor Mikkel Wara, a former justice minister, in March 2019.
19h27 15  janvier
Why Did the Taliban Free an Imprisoned Afghan Police Officer?
Henrik Pryser Libell and Elian Peltier
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia in a videoconference on Friday, in a handout photograph released by the Kremlin.
17h23 17  janvier
Partner of Norwegian Ex-Minister Is Sentenced for Staging Attacks
Anton Troianovski and David E. Sanger
Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, shown last month, has led her country for the past 15 years. She stepped down as party leader in 2018.
21h59 15  janvier
Russia to Exit Open Skies Treaty, Escalating Rivalry With U.S.
Melissa Eddy
Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the Netherlands in The Hague on Friday.
00h30 16  janvier
Merkel’s Party, the Largest in Germany, to Choose New Leader
Thomas Erdbrink
North Korean state media released this photo of missiles at a military parade in Pyongyang, the capital, on Thursday night.
18h07 15  janvier
Dutch Government Resigns After Benefits Scandal
Choe Sang-Hun
Joe Biden unveiled his spending package yesterday in Wilmington, Del.
18h18 15  janvier
North Korea Unveils New Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile
David Leonhardt
Sales in the Bronx on November.
11h43 15  janvier
Biden’s Plan
Dana Rubinstein and Jesse McKinley
President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. unveiled a 1.9 trillion spending package aimed at combating the health and economic crises of the coronavirus pandemic.
15h28 15  janvier
The virus drains 2.5 billion from N.Y.C.’s property tax revenue.
Jim Tankersley and Michael Crowley
Outside a hospital in London. The number of hospitalized Covid-19 patients in England now dwarfs the spring peak by 70 percent.
21h40 15  janvier
The very health of our nation is at stake’: Biden proposes a 1.9 trillion virus package.
Josh Holder and Marc Santora
Dr. David Kessler headed the Food and Drug Administration during the presidencies of George Bush and Bill Clinton.
13h53 15  janvier
Hospitals in England struggle as the virus maintains its deadly grip.
Sheila Kaplan and Sheryl Gay Stolberg
Australian Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack, center, speaks during House of Representatives Question Time at Parliament House in Canberra, in October.
23h04 15  janvier
Biden picks a former F.D.A. chief to lead federal vaccine efforts, which will drop the name Operation Warp Speed.
Yan Zhuang and Damien Cave
Melvis Kwok, who died last month at 68, was a full-time Elvis impersonator in Hong Kong. Elvis is my savior, he once told The New York Times.
10h03 15  janvier
From the Capitol to Australian Skies, Misinformation Finds Supporters
Mike Ives
Rescuers looked for survivors of the quake in the Indonesian city of Mamuju on Friday.
20h22 15  janvier
Hong Kong Elvis Impersonator Dies at 68
Richard C. Paddock and Dera Menra Sijabat
The racing pigeon named Joe was found by Kevin Celli-Bird in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia.
07h46 16  janvier
Indonesia Earthquake Kills Dozens and Injures Hundreds
Yan Zhuang
Gen. Salvador Cienfuegos Zepeda, then defense secretary, and President Enrique Pe a Nieto of Mexico in 2016.
11h40 15  janvier
Australia Decides Not to Kill Joe the Pigeon
Oscar Lopez
President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. presented his plans for economic relief and vaccine distribution on Thursday in Delaware.
13h36 15  janvier
Mexico Clears Salvador Cienfuegos, Ex-Defense Minister, in Drug Case
Natasha Frost
Municipal workers removing ice from a street in Madrid on Thursday. The storm brought the heaviest snowfall the city has seen in almost 50 years.
06h48 15  janvier
Your Friday Briefing
Damien Cave
Yemenis collecting donated food in the port of Hudaydah.
02h33 15  janvier
Australia’s States Are Feuding Like Siblings. What Else to Do but Laugh?
Christopher F. Schuetze
A TAP Air Portugal check-in desk at Heathrow Airport in London last month. Britain has banned travelers from Portugal and Latin America, citing concern about a new variant of the coronavirus.
22h38 14  janvier
Helga Weyhe, Germany’s Oldest Bookseller, Dies at 98
Raphael Minder
Children in Knutsford, England, returning to school this month following a Christmas break.