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2021-09-27 00:24:47
German Elections: Razor-Thin Lead for Social Democrats
Very early results show the party with an advantage of a percentage point or less.
2021-09-27 00:17:38
Your Monday Briefing
Germany’s election is neck and neck.
2021-09-26 23:30:36
Théoneste Bagosora, a Mastermind of Rwanda Genocide, Dies at 80
Mr. Bagosora was convicted of genocide for ordering a massacre in the capital and the killing of top officials, including the prime minister.
2021-09-26 22:33:41
To Get Back Meng Wanzhou, China Uses a Hardball Tactic: Seizing Foreigners
The speed at which Beijing returned two Canadians held seemingly tit-for-tat in exchange may signal comfort with the tactic.
2021-09-26 21:25:36
A Journey Through Merkel’s Germany: Affluent, Anxious and Almost Normal
As Germany heads into an election that will see Angela Merkel step down after 16 years as chancellor, she leaves behind a country profoundly changed — and anxious about changing more.
2021-09-26 21:19:27
Costco Limits Purchases of Toilet Paper, Water Amid Covid Surge
The retailer cited an uptick in demand because of the Delta variant and a shortage of truck drivers.
2021-09-26 21:19:27
As Covid Wave Pushes Up Demand, Costco Limits Purchases of Toilet Paper and Water
The retailer cited an uptick in demand because of the Delta variant and a shortage of truck drivers.
2021-09-26 21:09:36
Freed From Guantánamo, but Still in Limbo 15 Years Later
Abu Bakker Qassim, a Uyghur from China, was dumped in Albania after the U.S. concluded he was not a terrorist, as Chinese authorities had maintained. The only country that wants him is China.
2021-09-26 20:40:49
Intrigue Deepens at U.N. Over Myanmar and Afghanistan
On the final day of the General Assembly’s most important annual gathering, no one is expected to speak for Myanmar, but the envoy of Afghanistan’s ousted government may yet take the podium.
2021-09-26 20:26:52
So Organized It's Chaos: A Guide on Germany's Vote
Here’s a brief explainer on Germany’s vote.
2021-09-26 20:17:21
What Time Do Polls Open and Close in Germany Election?
Sixty million people are eligible to vote in the German national election on Sunday.
2021-09-26 19:58:56
Intrigue Deepens at U.N. Over Myanmar and Afghanistan
On the final day of the General Assembly’s most important annual gathering, no one is expected to speak for Myanmar, but the envoy of Afghanistan’s ousted government may yet take the podium.
2021-09-26 19:46:27
Polls Close and Voting Ends in Tight Germany Race
The voting is done, and exit polling throughout the day has suggested that the Social Democrats and the Christian Democratic Union are very close.
2021-09-26 19:46:26
Voting ends in Germany in a tight race.
The voting is done, and exit polling throughout the day has suggested that the Social Democrats and the Christian Democratic Union are very close.
2021-09-26 19:40:56
U.K. Offers Thousands of Visas to Foreign Truckers to Ease Driver Shortage
The move reflects growing alarm within the government about a disruption to supplies that has prompted panic buying and, in some cases, caused fuel to run out at gas stations.
2021-09-26 19:33:54
Five Years After Peace Deal, Colombia Is Running Out of Time, Experts Say
A treaty with rebels in 2016 called for the end of a decades-long war. But that is not the same as achieving peace, and the window for doing so may be closing.
2021-09-26 19:27:30
Polls Close in Germany in a tight race.
The voting is done, and exit polling throughout the day has suggested that the Social Democrats and the Christian Democratic Union are very close.
2021-09-26 19:23:13
A Portuguese TV Star, Known for Feuding With Immigrants, Wants to Run for Mayor
A mayoral bid by a TV commentator known for her inflammatory messaging on race raises a larger question: How should Portugal address its colonial legacy?
2021-09-26 19:16:48
Jonathan Mirsky, Journalist and Historian of China, Dies at 88
He brought a historian’s expertise to many decades of writing about China for The Observer of London, The New York Review of Books and other outlets.
2021-09-26 19:08:09
Five Killed in West Bank Shootouts
The Israeli military said the five were killed during raids to arrest members of a Hamas network planning terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians.
2021-09-26 19:08:08
Five Killed in West Bank Shootouts
The Israeli military said the five were killed during raids to arrest members of a Hamas network planning terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians.
2021-09-26 18:36:04
South Korea to Start Vaccine Boosters Amid Surge in Covid Cases
The country has seen a spike in infections after Chuseok, a three-day holiday celebrating the fall harvest.
2021-09-26 17:54:37
Swiss Voters Approve Law Allowing Same-Sex Marriages
The legislation, endorsed in a referendum, will also allow same-sex couples to use sperm banks and to adopt children for the first time.
2021-09-26 17:29:26
These Are The Leading Candidates for the Chancellery
In Germany, political parties name their candidates for chancellor before campaigning begins.
2021-09-26 17:01:04
A Full Guide to the Germany Elections
Here’s a brief primer on the elections.
2021-09-26 16:09:50
German Protesters Call for Climate Action as Election Nears
Protests took place worldwide, but those in Germany had heightened urgency amid calls for the next government to do something about climate change.
2021-09-26 16:09:39
Germany After Angela Merkel
The chancellor’s long tenure is nearly over. Who’s next?
2021-09-26 15:29:04
Five Years After Peace Deal, Colombia Is Running Out of Time, Experts Say
A treaty with rebels in 2016 called for the end of a decades-long war. But that is not same as achieving peace, and the window for doing so may be closing.
2021-09-26 14:09:18
Women Enslaved by ISIS Say They Did Not Consent to a Film About Them
The acclaimed documentary “Sabaya” portrays the rescue of Yazidi women sexually enslaved by the Islamic State terrorist group. But many of the traumatized women said they never agreed to be in the film.
2021-09-26 14:09:17
Women Enslaved by ISIS Say They Did Not Consent to a Film About Them
The acclaimed documentary “Sabaya” portrays the rescue of Yazidi women sexually enslaved by the Islamic State terrorist group. But many of the traumatized women said they never agreed to be in the film.
2021-09-26 12:45:43
Labour’s Leader Struggles to Emerge From Boris Johnson’s Shadow
Competent but low on charisma, Keir Starmer has yet to give British voters a clear reason to support the main opposition party, critics say.
2021-09-26 12:45:43
Labour Leader, Keir Starmer, Struggles to Emerge From Boris Johnson’s Shadow
Competent but low on charisma, Keir Starmer has yet to give British voters a clear reason to support the main opposition party, critics say.
2021-09-26 11:17:31
NY Weighs Using the National Guard to Replace Unvaccinated Health Care Workers
Gov. Kathy Hochul has plans to use National Guard members and out-of-state professionals to cover staff shortages if thousands of health care workers fail to meet a state vaccination deadline on Monday.
2021-09-26 09:38:49
Gira Sarabhai, Designer Who Helped Shape Modern India, Dies at 97
The youngest daughter of an influential family of industrialists, she trained with Frank Lloyd Wright before returning to India and founding design institutions.
2021-09-26 07:07:02
How Record Rain and Officials’ Mistakes in China Led to Drownings on a Subway
The deluge in the city of Zhengzhou revealed how China’s years of go-go construction had left its cities vulnerable to climate change.
2021-09-26 02:24:11
In Reversal, Israel’s New Government Engages With Palestinian Authority
The government has held high-level meetings with Palestinian officials and aided the Palestinians economically, a sharp change from the previous government.
2021-09-26 00:48:42
Icelanders Vote in Volatile Election With Climate in Mind
Icelanders voted Saturday in a general election dominated by climate change, with an unprecedented number of political parties likely to win parliamentary seats.
2021-09-26 00:41:48
Hurricane Sam Strengthens to a Category 4 Storm
The fourth named storm to form in less than a week was forecast to strengthen Saturday night as it moved across the Atlantic Ocean.
2021-09-26 00:40:22
New York weighs using the National Guard to replace unvaccinated health care workers.
Gov. Kathy Hochul has plans to use National Guard members and out-of-state professionals to cover staff shortages if thousands of health care workers fail to meet a state vaccination deadline on Monday.
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