New York Times : Europe
22h03 19  janvier
As Political Crisis Meets Pandemic, Italians Wonder, Why?
Jason Horowitz
The leader of Italia Viva, Matteo Renzi, in the backstage of a television show on Sunday. The government began to teeter last week, when he withdrew two ministers.
23h07 19  janvier
Navalny, From Jail, Issues Report Describing an Opulent Putin Palace’
Anton Troianovski
Supporters of the opposition leader Alexei A. Navalny outside a Moscow police station on Monday.
19h35 19  janvier
Vegan Restaurant ONA Gets Michelin Star in France, a First
Aurelien Breeden
Claire Vallée, the chef at ONA, which opened five years ago in southwest France.
15h25 19  janvier
A Bitter Archaeological Feud Over an Ancient Vision of the Cosmos
Becky Ferreira
A detail of the disk.
06h40 19  janvier
Your Tuesday Briefing
Natasha Frost
President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. delivers a speech at the Queen theater in Wilmington, Del., on Saturday, Jan. 16, 2021.
01h10 19  janvier
U.S. to Impose Sanctions on Ship Involved in Russian Gas Pipeline
Melissa Eddy
The Russian pipe-laying vessel Fortuna.
00h15 19  janvier
Covid Response Was a Global Series of Failures, W.H.O.-Established Panel Says
Selam Gebrekidan and Matt Apuzzo
Outside a hospital in January 2020 in Wuhan, China, the city where the coronavirus outbreak began.
20h01 18  janvier
Incest Scandal Sets Off a New #MeToo Movement in France
Constant Méheut
Olivier Duhamel in 2016. A social media campaign from victims of incest in France has taken off after accusations that Mr. Duhamel abused his stepson.
16h49 18  janvier
A Theater Serves as a Courthouse, Provoking Drama Offstage
Alex Marshall
Before the dispute, the Birmingham Repertory Theater had long been praised for its efforts to engage people of color.
21h17 19  janvier
Europe Welcomes Biden, but Won’t Wait for Him
Steven Erlanger
European leaders are optimistic about President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr., analysts said, but expect him to be largely tied up with issues at home.
01h09 19  janvier
Russian Court Orders Aleksei Navalny Held for 30 Days
Anton Troianovski and Ivan Nechepurenko
After recovering in Germany from a near-fatal poisoning, the Russian opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny returned to Moscow on Sunday. He was detained at the airport.
10h00 18  janvier
The Mystery of the Painting Thieves Love
Graham Bowley
The harbor in Hull, England, a few miles from Teal & Mackrill, which uses chemicals to make marine paint and other special paint products. Brexit is causing many chemical companies to reconsider their operations in Britain.
10h00 18  janvier
For Britain’s Chemical Industry, Brexit’s Red Tape Is Just Beginning
Stanley Reed
President-elect Joe Biden speaking in Wilmington, Del., on Saturday.
21h51 18  janvier
Your Monday Briefing
Natasha Frost
Hundreds of demonstrators rallied in Amsterdam on Sunday.
00h46 18  janvier
Dutch Police Clash With Protesters Denouncing Lockdown Measures
Thomas Erdbrink
George Gibney, former coach of the Irish Olympic swimming team, after the Seoul Olympics in 1988.
19h17 17  janvier
True-Crime Podcast Puts Spotlight on Irish Coach Accused of Abuse
Ed O’Loughlin
Gen. Nikolai T. Antoshkin in 2019.
14h01 18  janvier
Nikolai Antoshkin, Who Helped Halt Chernobyl Disaster, Dies at 78
Andrew E. Kramer
Alexei Navalny, Russia’s opposition leader, passing through passport control in Moscow on Sunday. He was detained by police not long after.
17h41 17  janvier
Cargo Ship Sinks Near Turkey, Leaving at Least 3 Dead, Officials Say
Isabella Kwai
01h25 18  janvier
Navalny Arrested on Return to Moscow in Battle of Wills With Putin
Anton Troianovski and Ivan Nechepurenko
10h00 17  janvier
How a Historian Got Close, Maybe Too Close, to a Nazi Thief
Nina Siegal