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02  décembre     09h46
Taliban blocks two U.S.-funded radio stations in Afghanistan
Pamela Constable    The blocking came as the government has expressed growing displeasure with what it calls unfair and inaccurate depictions of its actions by foreign media and officials
    09h01
China pledges to slowly exit zero covid’
Lyric Li    Beijing vowed to take baby steps to ease coronavirus containment measures and kept watch for possible protests ahead of former leader Jiang Zemin s funeral
    08h28
North Korean schools in Japan? Geopolitics may shutter them.
Michelle Ye Hee Lee    Longstanding issues between the two countries further complicated of late by North Korea s missile tests have made the schools a target
    09h46
Taliban blocks two U.S.-funded radio stations in Afghanistan
Pamela Constable    The blocking came as the government has expressed growing displeasure with what it calls unfair and inaccurate depictions of its actions by foreign media and officials
    09h01
China pledges to slowly exit zero covid’
Lyric Li    Beijing vowed to take baby steps to ease coronavirus containment measures and kept watch for possible protests ahead of former leader Jiang Zemin s funeral
    08h28
North Korean schools in Japan? Geopolitics may shutter them.
Michelle Ye Hee Lee    Longstanding issues between the two countries further complicated of late by North Korea s missile tests have made the schools a target
    07h38
Prosecutors drop charge in Australia’s Parliament House rape case
Frances Vinall    Concern over the accuser s mental health was cited as the reason for the decision The first trial this fall ended in a mistrial
    07h09
Ukraine live briefing: Biden lays out conditions for meeting Putin; a third of Kherson without power
Andrew Jeong    President Biden said he had no intention of meeting the Russian leader until the Kremlin signaled an intention to end the war in Ukraine
    06h14
Zombie’ viruses are thawing in melting permafrost. But don’t panic yet
Michael Birnbaum    Zombie viruses are buried in the Arctic permafrost European researchers warn they may increasingly be unleashed as global warming thaws it
    06h00
Russia and Ukraine are fighting the first full-scale drone war
Isabelle Khurshudyan    Orlans Baraktyars Switchblades Kamikazes Phoenix Ghosts Coyote interceptors A dizzying array of drones are battling in the historic air war in the skies of Ukraine
    05h01
What it’s like being at the World Cup
Ishaan Tharoor    Ishaan Tharoor The Post s foreign desk columnist chronicles his week at the World Cup in Qatar
    00h39
Minors in Iran could face death penalty on protest-related charges
Miriam Berger    Three teenagers are on trial for charges that carry capital punishment in Iran in a potential escalation of the state s crackdown against protesters
    00h15
Aline Kominsky-Crumb, feminist underground cartoonist, dies at 74
Michael S. Rosenwald    Her autobiographical raunchy and darkly absurd comics in the s made her a feminist heroine to a generation of women She was married to fellow underground cartoonist Robert Crumb
01  décembre     23h22
Ukraine live briefing: Shelling leaves Kherson dark; Biden and Macron condemn Russia
Rachel Pannett    The U S Army has signed a new contract worth up to billion with Raytheon to send air defense missile systems to Ukraine
    22h56
Pentagon eyes major expansion of Ukraine military training
Dan Lamothe    The plan would build on Western arms transfers by showing Ukrainian forces how to wage a more sophisticated campaign deepening U S involvement in the war
    21h40
Susan Hussey was the queen’s right-hand woman. Her downfall was swift.
Karla Adam    Britons debated whether the comments of year old Susan Hussey Prince William s godmother to a Black activist were racist or just out of touch
    18h58
Suspicion swirls over Russia’s plans for Belarus after minister’s death
Robyn Dixon    After the unexplained death of Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei U S analysts issued a report suggesting Russia might be plotting against dictator Alexander Lukashenko
    16h49
Regret your Kanye West tattoo? This studio will remove it for free.
Jennifer Hassan    Yeezy come Yeezy go London based tattoo removal studio Naama said adding that Ye has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons
    15h13
Letter bombs strike Spain, including premier’s office, U.S. and Ukraine embassies
Beatriz Rios    Letters bombs were found at the prime minister s office the Defense Ministry an air base and a weapons company in addition to the Ukrainian Embassy where a staffer was injured
    14h31
Britain saves grandparent’ of all modern skyscrapers, built in 1796
William Booth    An engineering marvel the Ditherington Flax Mill was the world s the first building to use cast iron framing
    13h39
Biden to meet Prince William, Catherine as race controversy roils royals
Jonathan Edwards    The controversy over William s godmother asking a Black British woman where she was really from could overshadow the royal visit to the United States
    13h32
Iranian forces kill man celebrating country’s World Cup loss, activists say
Victoria Bisset    Mehran Samak who was allegedly shot in the head was identified by Iran national player Saeid Ezatolahi as a childhood friend
    13h14
Experimental treatment for chronic illness in winter: Paid-for heating bills
Leo Sands    Britain s Warm Home Prescription will pay the heating bills of people with chronic illnesses that flare up in the winter hoping to stop them from getting sick
02  décembre     09h48
US names anti-Pakistan groups ’terrorist’ organizations
Munir Ahmed"‰|"‰AP    The State Department says it has added a key anti Pakistan militant group and its al Qaida branch to its list of global terrorists
    09h34
Official says over 10,000 Ukrainian troops killed in war
Jamey Keaten"‰|"‰AP    A top adviser to Ukraine s president has cited military chiefs as saying to Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the country s nine month struggle against invading Russian troops
    08h46
Elton John to play Glastonbury as epic tour draws to close
Associated Press    Elton John is scheduled to perform at the Glastonbury Festival in June in what organizers say will be his farewell show in Britain
    07h09
Ukrainian engineers scramble to keep mobile phones working
Vasilisa Stepanenko and Jamey Keaten"‰|"‰AP    An army of engineers from Ukraine s phone companies has mobilized to help the public and policymakers stay in touch during repeated Russian missile and drone strikes
    05h02
Lagoon dries up as drought grips Peru’s southern Andes
Franklin Briceà‘o"‰|"‰AP    The small Cconchaccota lagoon has been the axis of life in Vilma Huamanï s community high in Peru s southern Andes
    04h36
UN: Iraq Christians were victims of Islamic State war crimes
Edith M. Lederer"‰|"‰AP    A U N team says evidence it collected in Iraq strengthens preliminary findings that Islamic State extremists committed crimes against humanity and war crimes against the Christian community after it seized about a third of the country in
    03h38
After suicide bomb, Pakistan demands Taliban prevent attacks
Munir Ahmed"‰|"‰AP    Pakistan has demanded neighboring Afghanistan s Taliban rulers prevent terrorist attacks coming from their soil
01  décembre     23h30
Last of Mexico’s World War II veterans dies at age 98
Associated Press    The last veteran of Mexico s relatively small contingent of World War II veterans has died
    23h29
Canadian man charged in deaths of 3 more Indigenous women
Associated Press    Police in Canada allege a man previously charged with murdering an Indigenous woman also killed three other women two also confirmed to be Indigenous and one believed to be
    21h27
Mayor: More than 12 killed in Haiti as gangs vie for control
Evens Sanon"‰|"‰AP    A mayor in Haiti tells The Associated Press that more than people have been killed and numerous homes set on fire in a community near the country s capital as gangs fight to control more territory