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en-us Copyright 2017 The New York Times Company Fri, 22 Sep 2017 00:32:09 GMT NYT > World https://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.png https://www.nytimes.com/pages/world/index.html?partner=rss&emc=rss Battered, Not Broken: Pictures of Mexico After the Quake https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/20/world/americas/mexico-city-earthquake-photos.html?partner=rss&emc=rss https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/20/world/americas/mexico-city-earthquake-photos.html Volunteers searched a building that collapsed in the Roma neighborhood of Mexico City on Tuesday. Eduardo Verdugo/Associated Press. As Mexicans rush to one another’s aid, portraits of a country show that it is already dusting itself off.


Battered, Not Broken: Pictures of Mexico After the Quake

As Mexicans rush to one another’s aid, portraits of a country show that it is already dusting itself off.

(22/09/2017 @ 00:11)

Merkel Says Germans ‘Never Had It Better.’ But Many Feel Left Behind.

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s message of strength has dominated the election campaign, but poverty, economic insecurity and income disparity have grown during her tenure.

(21/09/2017 @ 23:35)

No Child Trapped in Rubble of Mexican Quake-Hit School, Officials Say

Rescue efforts at the school, where a girl was reported to be trapped, had transfixed the country. Officials later said all children were accounted for.

(21/09/2017 @ 23:45)

Trump Moves to Widen U.S. Sanctions on North Korea

An executive order that the president announced suggested that for now at least he was still committed to economic pressure, rather than military action.

(22/09/2017 @ 02:30)

Trump Likened to ‘a Dog Barking’ by North Korea’s Top Envoy

Threatened by President Trump with destruction, North Korea likens the American leader to a yapping canine and worries for his aides.

(21/09/2017 @ 19:53)

A Marine Le Pen Aide Leaves Far-Right Party

Florian Philippot said the National Front was taking “a terrible step backward” as it struggled to regroup.

(21/09/2017 @ 17:01)

Monticchiello Journal: A Tuscan Village Bares Its Soul on Stage, Again and Again

For 50 years, residents have acted out the story of their lives, in a kind of collective self-analysis. This year, they pondered whether their village can survive.

(21/09/2017 @ 17:35)

South Korea’s Leader Will Be Odd Man Out in Meeting With Trump and Shinzo Abe

As he meets President Trump and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan, President Moon Jae-in appears isolated in opposing military options against North Korea.

(21/09/2017 @ 06:02)

Karachi Journal: Daring to Celebrate, Sect in Pakistan Prepares for Honored Guest

The Dawoodi Bohras bear the scars of sectarian attacks, but they are going all out to host their sect’s leader for the first time in more than 20 years.

(21/09/2017 @ 05:28)

Fighting Breaks Out at Turkish President’s Speech in New York

In the middle of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s speech at a Times Square hotel, a protester screamed: “You’re a terrorist. Get out of my country!”

(22/09/2017 @ 01:17)

Reporter's Notebook: President Trump Inside and Outside the Lines at the U.N.

Sticking to a speech or veering off script, the president often seemed like a fish out of water at the General Assembly gathering.

(22/09/2017 @ 01:45)

North Korea, Puerto Rico, Mexico: Your Thursday Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

(22/09/2017 @ 00:03)

Iran Foreign Minister: If U.S. Wants New Nuclear Concessions, We Do Too

The 2015 agreement cannot be selectively “revisited” to address American complaints, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told The New York Times.

(22/09/2017 @ 00:00)

Acclaimed French Chef to Michelin: Take My Stars, Please

Sébastien Bras, who runs Le Suquet restaurant in Laguiole, France, doesn’t want the stress. He’s not the first to seek to surrender the accolade.

(22/09/2017 @ 00:56)

Saudi Textbook Withdrawn Over Image of Yoda With King

A Saudi artist says he has no idea how his image of the Jedi master and a Saudi monarch ended up in textbooks. The government was investigating.

(21/09/2017 @ 23:33)

Amid Quake Rubble in Mexico, ‘We Will Get Through It’

Hundreds of volunteers, military personnel and city workers came together to try to find survivors after a textile factory collapsed during Tuesday’s earthquake, burying several people in Mexico City.

(21/09/2017 @ 23:28)

Nine Elephants in Botswana Are Electrocuted by Power Line

The elephants were electrocuted when they knocked into the line and the power came into contact with water from a broken pipe, officials said.

(21/09/2017 @ 22:48)

Asia and Australia Edition: North Korea, Puerto Rico, Iran: Your Friday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

(22/09/2017 @ 01:32)

Syrian Refugee Held in London Tube Bombing Is Released

Five other men remain in custody over the Parsons Green subway explosion, which injured 30 people.

(21/09/2017 @ 21:22)

Pressure Mounts on Iraqi Kurds to Cancel Independence Vote

In a region where few people agree on anything, neighbors and allies are pressing the Kurds to delay a vote they say could unleash violence.

(21/09/2017 @ 20:42)

Ryanair Apologizes Over Mass Cancellations Caused by Pilot Vacations

The budget airline has faced a wave of customer anger over the cancellation of 2,100 flights over a six-week period in September and October.

(21/09/2017 @ 20:17)

3 Police Chiefs Are Killed in a Month in a Volatile Afghan District

The killings in Jaghatu District underscore the high casualties Afghan forces are suffering in defending against a resurgent Taliban.

(21/09/2017 @ 19:56)

Citizens Mobilize After Mexico Quake

Volunteers are banding together to help rescue workers clear rubble and distribute resources after the 7.1 magnitude earthquake shook Mexico City on Tuesday.

(21/09/2017 @ 19:53)

Skadden, Big New York Law Firm, Faces Questions on Work With Manafort

The Justice Department wants information about Skadden’s work on behalf of a Russia-aligned former president of Ukraine.

(21/09/2017 @ 21:49)

Liliane Bettencourt, L’Oréal Heiress Vexed by Swindling Case, Is Dead at 94

Mrs. Bettencourt, ranked as the world’s richest woman, tried to live down her family’s fascist associations, and her final years were overtaken by scandal.

(22/09/2017 @ 01:20)

In New Zealand, a Malay-Chinese Beekeeper Is an Unlikely Envoy for Maori

The candidacy of Wetex Kang, the first Asian to run under the Maori Party ticket, is an attempt to see if the party can gain support from a growing Chinese community.

(22/09/2017 @ 00:22)

S.&P. Downgrades China’s Debt, Citing a Surge in Lending

The firm’s move, spurred by a borrowing spree that it said threatens the world’s No. 2 economy, comes just before a sensitive Communist Party meeting.

(22/09/2017 @ 00:11)

Hurricane Maria Live Updates: In Puerto Rico, the Storm ‘Destroyed Us’

Puerto Ricans are facing the crushing devastation wrought by Hurricane Maria — splintered homes, uprooted trees and floodwaters coursing through streets.

(22/09/2017 @ 01:38)

Europe Edition: Mexico, Iran, Catalonia: Your Thursday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

(21/09/2017 @ 07:19)

Letter 26: Why Is The New York Times in Australia?

This week’s newsletter provides answers to frequently asked questions about The New York Times’s new bureau in Australia.

(21/09/2017 @ 23:59)

Critics Fear Trump’s Attacks on Iran Could Backfire

Critics of Mr. Trump’s threats to vacate the nuclear agreement with Iran say they may have created empathy for the country — not an outcome he sought.

(21/09/2017 @ 02:30)

Pakistan’s Leader Says Military Has Routed Taliban From Afghan Border

The U.S. and Afghanistan doubt that claim and say Pakistan must do more to thwart militants.

(21/09/2017 @ 02:10)

‘These Were Our Children’: School Collapses in Mexico Earthquake

At least 30 children were killed when the Enrique Rebsamen school collapsed in Tuesday’s earthquake.

(21/09/2017 @ 01:27)

Mexico City, Hurricane Maria, Iran: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

(21/09/2017 @ 00:43)

Asia and Australia Edition: Hurricane Maria, Mexico City, Iran: Your Thursday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

(21/09/2017 @ 02:01)

Wild Bison Killed After Wandering Across Border Into Germany

A local official ordered hunters to kill the rare animal last week after it crossed over from Poland. “Animals don’t know country borders,” a conservationist said.

(21/09/2017 @ 12:27)

Emboldened China Wields Its Laws to Silence Critics From Abroad

The case of a rights activist from Taiwan awaiting sentencing in China for subversion is emblematic of a wider, global campaign, critics say.

(20/09/2017 @ 21:00)

Where to Donate to Mexico Earthquake Victims

Here is a list of local and international organizations that are helping those affected.

(20/09/2017 @ 23:53)

Why Mexico Is So Prone to Strong Earthquakes

Two powerful quakes, 12 days apart, have killed hundreds of people in Mexico this month. We look at how, where and why the big ones happen.

(20/09/2017 @ 19:19)

Photos from the Mexico Earthquake

Photos from the Mexico Earthquake

(20/09/2017 @ 19:00)

At Mexican School Hit by Quake, Heartbreak and Dwindling Hope

At least 30 children died when the earthquake collapsed their school. As the hours passed, rescuers found mostly lifeless bodies, but also some survivors.

(21/09/2017 @ 12:44)

Parliament Square in London Is Closer to Having First Female Statue

The British artist Gillian Wearing presented her design of a bronze statue of Millicent Garrett Fawcett, the women’s rights campaigner.

(20/09/2017 @ 18:08)

Trump Pushes to Revisit Iran Nuclear Deal, and Asks Allies to Help

With a deadline looming, the president seeks support from allies to toughen provisions of the pact rather than scrap it, with mixed reaction from Europeans.

(21/09/2017 @ 04:24)

As Catalonia Referendum Nears, Tensions Rise in Spain

The Spanish police have raided regional government offices and detained at least 14 people less than two weeks before a vote Madrid has vowed to block.

(21/09/2017 @ 08:59)

Kenya Court Says It Nullified Election Over Possible Hacking

It said the electoral commission had failed to instill confidence in the results, but the justices stopped short of calling the vote rigged.

(20/09/2017 @ 17:16)

The Contradiction Buried in Trump’s Iran and North Korea Policies

The president calls the Iran nuclear deal an “embarrassment,” but ending it would destroy his credibility in any talks over North Korea’s arsenal.

(21/09/2017 @ 02:31)

Mexico City Volunteers Venture Out in Force to Aid Quake Victims

Parque España, the verdant refuge of dog-walkers and young lovers, became the venue for something else: a frenetic, impromptu relief center.

(21/09/2017 @ 01:33)

In Deal Trump Called ‘Dumb,’ U.S. Taking 50 Refugees From Australia

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said a group of asylum seekers being held in camps on Nauru and Manus Island would be resettled in the United States.

(20/09/2017 @ 22:51)

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