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en-us Copyright 2017 The New York Times Company Wed, 22 Nov 2017 21:56:03 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 Losing London: Where Brexit Hurts: The Nurses and Doctors Leaving London https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/21/world/europe/nhs-brexit-eu-migrants.html?partner=rss&emc=rss https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/21/world/europe/nhs-brexit-eu-migrants.html The liver unit at King’s College Hospital in southeast London is world famous and has a very European staff. “The English are in the minority,” according to Dr. Georg Auzinger, the clinical head of critical care. Andrew Testa for The New York Times Britain’s treasured health care system was used as rallying cry by anti-E.U. campaigners. Many of its European staff now feel betrayed. Thousands have quit.


Losing London: Where Brexit Hurts: The Nurses and Doctors Leaving London

Britain’s treasured health care system was used as rallying cry by anti-E.U. campaigners. Many of its European staff now feel betrayed. Thousands have quit.

(22/11/2017 @ 22:02)

Mladic Conviction Closes Dark Chapter in Europe, but New Era of Uncertainty Looms

Ratko Mladic received a life sentence for his role in one of the worst atrocities in 20th-century Europe. But nationalist passions are once again on the rise.

(22/11/2017 @ 21:28)

Emmerson Mnangagwa, Mugabe Ex-Deputy, Will Be Sworn In as Zimbabwe’s President

Mr. Mnangagwa’s ascension to the post long held by Robert Mugabe will cap a military-led campaign that his allies have tried to coat with a veneer of legality.

(22/11/2017 @ 19:26)

Yemen’s War Is a Tragedy. Is It Also a Crime?

Experts say the parties waging war in Yemen may be carrying out crimes against humanity. But what does that actually mean?

(22/11/2017 @ 22:31)

Saad Hariri Steps Back From Resignation in Lebanon

The prime minister caused a shock when he appeared in Saudi Arabia and vowed to quit. He now says he will stay in his post to allow for political dialogue.

(22/11/2017 @ 14:50)

As Malaria Resists Treatment, Experts Warn of Global Crisis

A strain of malaria resistant to two drugs, including artemisinin, which was once seen as a miracle cure, is spreading, and experts fear that it could reach Africa.

(22/11/2017 @ 04:13)

North Korea Accuses Trump of a ‘Serious Provocation’

North Korea criticizes Trump’s re-designation of it as a state sponsor of terrorism and vows to keep up its nuclear and missile programs.

(22/11/2017 @ 19:03)

U.K. Finance Minister Seeks to Placate Angry Young Voters

With Brexit looming large, more-affordable housing featured prominently as Philip Hammond presented his budget to Parliament.

(22/11/2017 @ 18:34)

Navy Aircraft With 11 Aboard Crashes Into Waters Off Japan

Eight people were rescued and a search was underway for the other three, the Navy’s Seventh Fleet said. It was the fleet’s fifth accident this year.

(22/11/2017 @ 12:20)

Rival Factions Battle for Control in Eastern Ukraine

With armored vehicles on streets, civilians fled a showdown between rival Moscow-backed political leaders in the breakaway Luhansk region.

(22/11/2017 @ 19:07)

7 In-Depth Articles About Ratko Mladic

The Bosnian Serb former general, convicted of war crimes for the slaughter of Bosnian Muslims, has shaped the region’s image in war and in peace.

(22/11/2017 @ 16:55)

Dramatic Video of North Korea Defector’s Getaway Under Fire

Footage of the actual escape by a North Korean soldier into South Korea, as seen from South Korean side.

(22/11/2017 @ 05:18)

North Korean Troops Violated Truce While Chasing Defector, U.N. Command Says

The United Nations Command accused North Korean troops of violating the armistice by firing weapons and crossing the border to chase a defector.

(22/11/2017 @ 06:00)

A Dictator’s Playbook: How Mugabe Clung to Power

After nearly four decades in power, Zimbabwe's ruler, Robert Mugabe, resigned in the wake of a military takeover. How did the notorious strongman manage to keep his opponents at bay for so long?

(22/11/2017 @ 02:32)

Prosecutor and Judge Issue Rare Response to Criticism From Turkey

The criminal case of Reza Zarrab, a Turkish gold trader, has been called a plot against the Turkish Republic by its president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

(22/11/2017 @ 20:02)

U.S. Agency Foresees Severe Famine in Yemen Under Saudi Blockade

The Famine Early Warning Systems Network added its voice to the alarms of imminent and widespread famine in Yemen because of the Saudi-led blockade.

(22/11/2017 @ 00:55)

Net Neutrality, John Conyers, Zimbabwe: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing

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

(22/11/2017 @ 00:14)

China’s Flashy Ex-Internet Censor Faces Corruption Investigation

The onetime gatekeeper of China’s internet, who purged China’s social media of its most beloved personalities, has been detained and is under investigation.

(22/11/2017 @ 00:35)

Greece, Looking to Move Past Bailouts, Unveils Ambitious Budget

The country is trying to wean itself off the international assistance that it has relied on in recent years, and is projecting strong economic growth for next year.

(21/11/2017 @ 22:56)

After a Mysterious Odyssey, Lebanon’s Prime Minister Is Home

Many questions remain, including whether he will make his resignation official or rescind it, and whether Saudi Arabia had pressed him to resign.

(21/11/2017 @ 23:50)

U.S. Bribery Case Sheds Light on Mysterious Chinese Company

A Justice Department complaint alleges that a vast private Chinese conglomerate used commercial and diplomatic channels to bribe African officials and win contracts.

(22/11/2017 @ 04:07)

Romania Gay Marriage Case Could Have Outsize Impact in Europe

The case addresses whether the American husband of a Romanian man should be afforded residency rights in Romania. But its impact could be felt further afield.

(21/11/2017 @ 21:53)

Victims of Canada’s ‘Gay Purge’ to Get Apology from Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will apologize next week for a program that removed perhaps thousands of gays and lesbians from the public service, the military and the Mounties.

(21/11/2017 @ 21:37)

Merkel’s Troubles May Spell Trouble for All of Europe

The German leader’s failure to form a coalition government is a blow to hopes for a strong Franco-German engine to drive European Union reform.

(21/11/2017 @ 21:01)

Six of Our Favorite Stories on Germany’s Politics

Some of our recent coverage of Germany and its leader, Angela Merkel, who is now facing an enormous challenge in forming a new government.

(22/11/2017 @ 13:21)

10 of Our Best Reads on Zimbabwe

The southern African nation is at a pivotal moment after the reported resignation of Robert Mugabe as president.

(21/11/2017 @ 20:08)

Russia, in Reversal, Confirms Radiation Spike

The state weather service in Moscow acknowledged “extremely high pollution” in a region close to a sprawling Soviet-era nuclear plant.

(21/11/2017 @ 20:51)

Germany Arrests 6 Syrian Migrants Suspected of ISIS Links

The detentions fanned fears that extremists posing as asylum seekers were targeting Europe.

(21/11/2017 @ 18:46)

Assad and Putin Meet, as Russia Pushes to End Syrian War

Russian officials have said they want the Syrian leader’s support for political reform, but doubts remain about how much Moscow was willing or able to push.

(22/11/2017 @ 01:45)

Nigeria Mosque Targeted in Deadly Suicide Bombing

The authorities blamed Boko Haram for the attack, which targeted worshipers at morning prayers. One official said at least 50 people had been killed.

(21/11/2017 @ 21:30)

Robert Mugabe Resigns as Zimbabwe’s President, Ending 37-Year Rule

It seemed to be an abrupt capitulation by Mr. Mugabe, who had refused only two days earlier to step down.

(22/11/2017 @ 00:40)

En France, la « révolte » contre le harcèlement sexuel se heurte aux résistances culturelles

De nombreuses personnes en France appellent à faire du harcèlement sexuel une urgence nationale, mais des obstacles légaux et culturels découragent les femmes qui souhaitent porter plainte pour harcèlement sexuel au travail.

(21/11/2017 @ 13:31)

Restoring North Korea to Terrorism Blacklist Dims Hopes for Talks

Analysts say the North may use the American move as an excuse for more weapons tests.

(21/11/2017 @ 23:28)

Damascus Journal: They Stayed Put, but Their City Disappeared

In Syria’s capital, those who remain wonder why they’re still there when so many friends have packed up, died or vanished.

(21/11/2017 @ 14:00)

China Finds Lawyer Who Exposed Torture Allegations Guilty of Inciting Subversion

Jiang Tianyong got a two-year term after helping bring to light another lawyer’s claims of being brutalized in custody.

(21/11/2017 @ 06:08)

Protesting Coal Mining From a Treehouse

For years, activists have been protesting the expansion of coal mining in the Hambach Forest in Germany by living in treehouses. A court ruling may soon change that.

(21/11/2017 @ 06:01)

Prosecutor’s Move in Afghan War Inquiry May Mean Clash With U.S.

An International Criminal Court prosecutor requested permission to start an inquiry that could implicate members of the U.S. military and the C.I.A.

(21/11/2017 @ 16:56)

Saudi Arabia Squeezes Detainees as It Tries to Seize Assets

Saudi Arabia’s efforts to get princes and businessmen detained on corruption charges to hand over their assets have raised legal concerns abroad.

(21/11/2017 @ 04:49)

After Mugabe, What’s Next for Zimbabweans?

Zimbabwe may have a new leader for the first time in 37 years. Now, those who grew up under Robert Mugabe share a mix of hope and skepticism about the country’s future.

(21/11/2017 @ 01:43)

AT&T, North Korea, Angela Merkel: Your Monday Evening Briefing

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

(21/11/2017 @ 03:10)

U.S. Airstrikes in Afghanistan Take Aim at Taliban Opium Labs

The airstrikes are part of what is expected to be a sustained campaign targeting a lucrative source of funding for the Taliban.

(21/11/2017 @ 00:05)

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Celebrate 70 Years of Marriage

Britain’s longest-serving monarch and her husband noted the occasion with the release of new photographic portraits.

(20/11/2017 @ 20:20)

‘Nut Rage’ Whistle-Blower Says Korean Air Retaliated Against Him

The flight attendant who exposed a Korean Air executive’s actions says he was illegally demoted and ostracized.

(20/11/2017 @ 20:11)

Workers Lured to Australia Find Low Pay and Tough Conditions

Many of the country’s more than 900,000 temporary foreign workers make less than minimum wage but feel they can’t complain, a new survey showed.

(20/11/2017 @ 20:01)

Key European Agencies Move to Continent, Signs of Brexit’s Toll

The relocation of the European Medicines Agency and the European Banking Authority indicate how Britain’s impending exit from the European Union could diminish its economic clout.

(20/11/2017 @ 21:36)

U.N. Chief ‘Horrified’ by Report of Libya Slave Auction

After CNN reported that migrants had been sold at auction, Secretary General António Guterres said the acts depicted “may amount to crimes against humanity.”

(20/11/2017 @ 18:42)

Wake Up and Smell the Traffic? London Tries Coffee to Power Buses

In an effort to curb toxic diesel fumes, oil from used grounds has been added to the fuel for the British capital’s iconic red double-deckers.

(21/11/2017 @ 05:57)

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