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World News
Nicole Tung for The New York Times

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

Kiana Hayeri for The New York Times
A Year Under the Taliban
A single year of extremist rule has turned life upside down for Afghans, especially women. A photographer who has long called the country home captured the jarring changes.

By Kiana Hayeri

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldasia
AfghanistanKabul (Afghanistan)Taliban
Mauricio Lima for The New York Times
French Feminist Rabbi Captivates Multifaith Crowds With Musings on Mortality
With Paris locked down over Passover, a rabbi started holding weekly talks over Zoom about Jewish texts. Thousands have tuned in to hear her reflections on death. “She is my rabbi,” said an atheist.

By Julia Lieblich

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldeurope
Paris (France)Horvilleur, Delphine
Gulshan Khan for The New York Times
McKinsey Charged in South African Corruption Case
The South African branch of the global consulting firm has been charged in a corruption scandal related to its work with the country’s state-owned freight rail and port operator.

By Michael Forsythe and Walt Bogdanich

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldafrica
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Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Blast at Education Center in Kabul Kills at Least 19
The violence was the latest to target the country’s Hazara ethnic minority and increased fears about the Taliban’s ability to provide security for all of their citizens.

By Yaqoob Akbary and Christina Goldbaum

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldasia
AfghanistanIslamic State KhorasanTaliban
Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Even as Iranians Rise Up, Protests Worldwide Are Failing at Record Rates
Mass protests, once a grave threat to even the fiercest autocrat, have plummeted in effectiveness, a study shows. Factors appear to include polarization, social media and rising nationalist attitudes.

By Max Fisher

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

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IranIndonesiaHaitiCanadaChileChinaSri LankaSudanUnited States
Victor Moriyama for The New York Times; Dado Galdieri for The New York Times
Lula vs. Bolsonaro: What to Know About Brazil’s Election
Jair Bolsonaro has questioned the integrity of Sunday’s election and trails in polls to Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, a leftist and former president, who was imprisoned amid a corruption scandal.

By Ana Ionova

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

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BrazilLatin AmericaBolsonaro, Jair (1955- )Da Silva, Luiz Inacio Lula
Sophie Garcia/Associated Press
Military Officers Announce Coup in Burkina Faso
The officers said they had decided to remove the president because of his inability to stem a growing Islamist insurgency in the north and east of the country.

By Ruth Maclean and Elian Peltier

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldafrica
Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)
Getty Images
China Gets Its First mRNA Vaccine Approval. In Indonesia.
Indonesia has cleared an mRNA Covid-19 vaccine developed by a Chinese company. But those types of shots, considered among the most effective, aren’t yet available in China.

By Alexandra Stevenson

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

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ChinaIndonesiaWalvax BiotechnologySuzhou Abogen Biosciences
Kenny Holston for The New York Times
Countering China, the U.S. Signs a Broad Deal to Aid Pacific Nations
Beijing’s inroads in a strategic region are pushing the Biden administration to shore up withered ties.

By Damien Cave

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldasia
Solomon IslandsUnited StatesBiden, Joseph R Jr
Atta Kenare/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Despite Iran’s Efforts to Block Internet, Technology Has Helped Fuel Outrage
Online, Iranians engage in a world their leaders don’t want them to see.

By Vivian Yee

Published on : Thu Sep 29 2022

worldmiddleeast
IranGoogle IncInstagram IncTwitterAmini, Mahsa (2000-22)Khamenei, AliRaisi, Ebrahim
Victor Moriyama for The New York Times
On Eve of Election, Bolsonaro’s Party Attacks Brazil’s Voting Systems
Four days before Brazilians vote, President Jair Bolsonaro’s political party formally claimed, without evidence, that government employees could alter ballots.

By Jack Nicas and André Spigariol

Published on : Thu Sep 29 2022

worldamericas
BrazilBolsonaro, Jair (1955- )Da Silva, Luiz Inacio Lula
Matthew Abbott for The New York Times
The Last Days of an Outback Town Where Every Breath Can Be Toxic
The town of Wittenoom, ruined by asbestos mining, will be wiped off the face of the earth. But first the government had to remove those who wanted to stay.

By Yan Zhuang and Matthew Abbott

Published on : Thu Sep 29 2022

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Wittenoom (Australia)Australia
Dado Galdieri for The New York Times
Brazil’s Favorite Leftist Is Back From Prison and Trying to Defeat Bolsonaro
Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is trying to cap a stunning political comeback by defeating the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil’s elections on Sunday.

By Jack Nicas and Flávia Milhorance

Published on : Thu Sep 29 2022

worldamericas
BrazilWorkers' Party (Brazil)Bolsonaro, Jair (1955- )Da Silva, Luiz Inacio Lula
Jeon Heon-Kyun/EPA, via Shutterstock
North Korea Launches Two Ballistic Missiles, Fourth Test in a Week
The test came a day after the United States, Japan and South Korea conducted their first joint anti-submarine exercise in five years.

By Choe Sang-Hun

Published on : Sat Oct 01 2022

worldasia
North KoreaSouth KoreaKim Jong-unYoon Suk-yeol
Alexander Ermochenko/Reuters
Biden Calls on World to Punish Russia for Attempt to Annex Ukrainian Land
The U.S. imposed new sanctions on Russian officials and companies, and penalized foreign businesses aiding the Russian military. But officials are holding back on energy sanctions.

By Michael Crowley and Edward Wong

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

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RussiaUkraineCentral Bank of RussiaCommerce DepartmentNorth Atlantic Treaty OrganizationTreasury DepartmentBiden, Joseph R JrPutin, Vladimir VZelensky, Volodymyr
Alexander Nemenov/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
With Bluster and Threats, Putin Casts the West as the Enemy
Declaring that Russia would annex four regions of Ukraine, which the West rejects as illegal, the Russian president accused the U.S. and its allies of “despotism’’ and “Satanism.’’

By Anton Troianovski and Valerie Hopkins

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldeurope
RussiaMoscow (Russia)North Atlantic Treaty OrganizationSecurity Council (UN)Putin, Vladimir VZelensky, VolodymyrBiden, Joseph R Jr
Karim Jaafar/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Yusuf al-Qaradawi, Influential Muslim Scholar, Dies at 96
Considered a moderate by some and an extremist by others, he backed political Islam, attacked Al Qaeda and dispensed advice in a TV show viewed by millions.

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldmiddleeast
EgyptQatarAl JazeeraMuslim Brotherhood (Egypt)Qaradawi, Yusuf al-
Brendan Hoffman for The New York Times
Moscow Pounds Regions in Eastern Ukraine, Then Declares Them Part of Russia
The strikes killed a total of 30 civilians and wounded 107 in one of the bloodiest attacks in recent weeks.

By Andrew E. Kramer

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldeurope
Donetsk (Ukraine)Lyman (Ukraine)Moscow (Russia)RussiaUkraineNorth Atlantic Treaty OrganizationPutin, Vladimir VZelensky, Volodymyr
Jakub Sukup/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Arrests and Warnings as Iranian Soccer Stars Take Side in Protests
Some of the country’s most famous players have expressed support for street protests over the death of a young woman. On Thursday, an activist group went further: It asked FIFA to bar Iran from the World Cup.

By Rory Smith and Tariq Panja

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

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International Federation of Association Football (FIFA)Open StadiumsAmini, Mahsa (2000-22)Infantino, Gianni
Pete Marovich for The New York Times
Biden Declares West Will Not Be Intimidated by Putin’s Actions
The president also said that Mr. Putin should not dare to take his fight into NATO territory, underscoring the unity among the alliance.

By Alan Rappeport

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldeurope
RussiaUnited StatesNorth Atlantic Treaty OrganizationBiden, Joseph R JrPutin, Vladimir V
Maja Smiejkowska/Reuters
Truss Tried to Reassure Britons With Media Blitz. Her Woes Multiplied.
In a round of interviews, the prime minister showed little sympathy for the pain that high interest rates could inflict on mortgage holders, critics said.

By Mark Landler

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldeurope
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via Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Iran Protests Continue Despite Heavy Crackdowns
Dozens of people have been killed in nationwide demonstrations that erupted almost two weeks ago after Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman, died in police custody.

By Farnaz Fassihi and Cora Engelbrecht

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldmiddleeast
IranAmini, Mahsa (2000-22)
Alexandre Meneghini/Reuters
Protests Erupt in Cuba Over Government Response to Hurricane Ian
Demonstrators in Havana blocked street traffic, chanting “we want the light.” Many were angry that the lack of electricity this week has rotted what little food they had stored.

By Camila Acosta and Maria Abi-Habib

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldamericas
CubaHavana (Cuba)
Andrew Testa for The New York Times
‘You Can Feel the Fear’: U.K. Borrowers Face Up to a Broken Mortgage Market
The financial turmoil in Britain has led to soaring interest rates, prompting many lenders to withdraw products and stoking worry among homeowners about rising costs.

By Isabella Kwai

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

business
EnglandEssex (England)Bank of England
Ukrainian Presidential Press Office, via Associated Press
Ukraine submits an application to join NATO, with big hurdles ahead.
Ukraine’s desire to join the alliance has long been a source of conflict with Russia, which sees the eastward expansion of NATO as a existential threat.

By Andrew E. Kramer and Dan Bilefsky

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldeurope
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Phil Fisk/Sky Atlantic
Britain Wonders, Is It Too Soon to Dramatize the Pandemic?
A new Sky Atlantic mini-series, “This England,” depicts the early days of Covid-19 in the country, with Kenneth Branagh playing Boris Johnson.

By Mark Landler

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

artstelevision
Great BritainBranagh, Kenneth
Gavriil Grigorov/Agence France-Presse, via Sputnik
Despite international condemnation, Putin signs decrees declaring four regions of Ukraine part of Russia.

By Anton Troianovski, Andrew E. Kramer and Dan Bilefsky

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldeurope
Haiyun Jiang/The New York Times
Gerrymandering, the Full Story
A Times analysis finds that the House of Representative has its fairest map in 40 years, despite recent gerrymandering.

By David Leonhardt

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

briefing
Sakchai Lalit/Associated Press
Thai Prime Minister Can Stay in Power, Constitutional Court Rules
The former general seized power in a 2014 coup. The opposition had argued that the Constitution stipulated he leave office this year.

By Sui-Lee Wee and Ryn Jirenuwat

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldasia
ThailandBangkok (Thailand)Prayuth Chan-ocha
Matthew Abbott for The New York Times
The Invisible Risks of a Town Ruined by Asbestos
Despite its deadly history, visitors continue to travel to the ghost town of Wittenoom.

By Yan Zhuang

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldaustralia
Australia
Brendan Hoffman for The New York Times
Ukraine says 30 people are dead in an attack on a civilian convoy in Zaporizhzhia.
Russia launched a flurry of strikes, creating scenes of destruction inside Ukraine as the Kremlin planned an elaborate, and widely dismissed, annexation ceremony.

By Michael Schwirtz and Andrew E. Kramer

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldeurope
Associated Press
Putin is expected to illegally annex Russian-occupied parts of Ukraine following sham votes.

By Dan Bilefsky

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

worldeurope
Alexander Nemenov/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Your Friday Briefing
Russia moves to annex Ukrainian territory.

By Amelia Nierenberg

Published on : Fri Sep 30 2022

briefing
BrazilUnited StatesUkraineFloridaRussiaBolsonaro, Jair (1955- )Da Silva, Luiz Inacio LulaHichilema, Hakainde (1962- )Putin, Vladimir V
Alexander Zemlianichenko/Associated Press
With Annexation Plans, Putin Escalates Battle of Wills With the West
There was no sign that any other country would recognize Russia’s move, but Mr. Putin may try to use the plans to shift attention away from his losses on the battlefield.

By Anton Troianovski

Published on : Thu Sep 29 2022

worldeurope
Crimea (Ukraine)RussiaUkraineCarnegie Endowment for International PeaceLevada CenterBlinken, Antony JPutin, Vladimir VZelensky, Volodymyr
Drone Base, via Reuters
Downpours From Ian Prompt Florida Treatment Plants to Release Waste
Concern turns to industrial sites and huge farms farther north as the storm heads toward South Carolina.

By Winston Choi-Schagrin

Published on : Thu Sep 29 2022

climate
Agence France-Presse/Getty Images
What to Know About Russia’s Annexation of Four Ukrainian Provinces
The Kremlin is using pageantry and a show of adhering to Russian legal formalities to give the move a veneer of legitimacy.

By Andrew E. Kramer

Published on : Thu Sep 29 2022

worldeurope
Donetsk (Ukraine)Luhansk (Ukraine)Kharkiv (Ukraine)Kherson (Ukraine)Putin, Vladimir VZelensky, Volodymyr
Associated Press
With annexation plans, Putin escalates a battle of wills with the West.

By Anton Troianovski

Published on : Thu Sep 29 2022

worldeurope

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